“This is a unique moment in time, especially for the University of North Carolina Pembroke campus as we look to build a new College of Health Sciences with innovative ideas of what it means to architect health for people from rural, underserved areas like Robeson, Scotland, and Cumberland counties. This Summit and DHIT give us great hope and we are excited to build the future of healthcare together while partnering with our community stakeholders, and patients, to understand their hardships and bring amazing products, services, and technology to bear from North Carolina and from around the world,” commented Dr. Telemeco.
The DHIT team is thrilled to have had such a successful event that results in new, long-term relationships that are key to creating a vibrant, productive, global digital health community that serves our local communities. DHIT will continue building talent and technology highways to Quebec and other progressive communities around the world. The next DHIT Summit is scheduled for November 2020.
The Digital Health Institute for Transformation (DHIT) is a non-profit education and research institute supporting communities through the process of digital health transformation. We collaborate with leading academic institutions, associations, and industry to cultivate talent and ecosystems with our immersive learning platform, harnessing real-world experiences that drive the adoption of next generation skills, emerging technologies, and mindsets needed to foster the digital health leaders and innovators of the future, today. For more information, visit dhitglobal.org.
Funding for the DHIT Summit was provided in part by a grant through the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.
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