Technology-driven Behavior Change in Health Care
As we move toward a value-based health care system, weighing benefits against costs at every level, it's becoming apparent that we must rely on each individual to be the arbiter of his or her own health. We will need tools to help us manage our health, creating huge new opportunities in the marketplace, enabled by sensors and mHealth. This is a market opportunity in which Colorado is already taking a leadership position with companies such as Welltok, iTriage, CirrusMD, LeoTech, Kindara and others.
Modern behavioral frameworks include motivation, capabilities and triggers. How do we combine mHealth, sensors and behavioral theory into new solutions that actually work? We will explore these topics during an interactive discussion with experts in the field of digital healthcare.