Value Based Care and Patient Centricity have emerged as global paradigms to address how patient and overall health care are delivered and paid for. This transformation promises to drive down costs and improve patient outcomes. It will incentivize care providers to better engage patients and to more consistently adopt evidence-based medicine in diagnosis and treatment decisions. A major driving force behind this transformation is the emergence of the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) and the concept of Digital Health or more specifically connectivity between patients, clinicians, machines and care environments. The results of such a transformation promise improved outcomes, reduced costs and ultimately, provide greater access to high-quality care for more people across the globe. The Medical Internet of Things and Digital health will be critical in addressing many challenges and opportunities related to care delivery inefficiencies, access, costs, quality and personalization.
Presented By: Dr. Mark Wolff, Chief Health and Life Science Analytics Strategist for the SAS Global IoT Division
Dr. Mark Wolff has over 25 years of experience in the health and life science industries as a scientist and analyst working in the U.S. and Europe. Mark joined SAS in 2005 and is an Advisory Industry Consultant and Chief Health and Life Science Analytics Strategist for the SAS Global IoT Division. Mark’s areas of expertise include the development and application of advanced and predictive analytics in healthcare and life sciences with a particular interest in outcomes and safety. Current work focuses on methods and application of Machine Learning to real time sensor/IoT data in support of outcomes and safety research, visualization and development of intelligent, decision support systems. Prior to joining SAS Mark held a variety of research and leadership positions in academia, government and industry. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Loyola College in Maryland, a Master of Science in Entomology and a Doctorate in Toxicology from North Carolina State University.