We are excited to introduce our guest Faramarz Farhoodi. He is the CEO of AI Nexus Healthcare. With more than 3 decades of experience in business innovation through technology, he has a proven track record in creating and delivering novel AI applications in a variety of industries over 30 years, including consumer retail/multi-channel Ecommerce and healthcare. In this episode we discuss the benefits, capabilities and challenges of AI solutions in healthcare. He provides valuable insights on how leveraging AI technology can improve healthcare delivery, equity and facilitate both patients and providers for better care.
We are excited to introduce our guest Josh Pappas. He is the Director of Sales at Tendo. He has worked with 3 VC backed companies to to accelerate new sales revenues, secure new health system logos to quickly to allow rapid company sales growth. In this episode we discuss the rising wave of remote patient monitoring and the role of patient engagement in improved patient outcomes, particularly for chronic, rural and population care delivery. We also shed light on the challenges to adoption and future possibilities of healthcare innovation.
We are excited to introduce our guest Liz McFarland. She is the Vice President of Sales, RWS and has extensive experience working with global customers with diverse local needs and building deep relationships to optimize growth of services throughout their organizations. She helps Life Science Businesses speak to their patients, customers, and employees in their native language. In this episode we discuss the importance of linguistic validation and accurate and inclusive translations of clinical documents. We also shed light on how translation technologies like machine translation are bringing about a wave of digitization in the LS industry.
We are excited to introduce our guest John Reaves. He is the CEO of OpenAccess Health and focuses on community engagement and innovation to address societal challenges. The goal of OpenAccess.Health is to accelerate new applications of digital sensors and AI technologies that improve healthcare access. In this episode we discuss how traditional care models compare to innovative business models, their challenges and how they impact adoption, implementation and care delivery.