Last Friday’s installment of the COVID Unites Us All series shifted from the recent focus on remote monitoring and biometrics to big data and the determinants of health. With insights from three distinguished guests, DHIT and the ASSIST Center explored the connections between remote monitoring, data usage, and social determinants of health in the current moment and beyond. The first panelist was Dr. Eric Eskioglu, Chief Medical Officer at Novant Health, who shared his experiences within this major health system. Brian Carter, Senior Vice President at Validic, discussed his company’s data processing platform and use cases for COVID-19. Finally, Dr. Gul Ege, Senior Director of Research and Development at the SAS Institute, emphasized the importance of parsing and refining data to optimize usage.
By Olivia R. Weidner, DHIT Global Intern | June 30, 2020 On Friday, June 26th, 2020, the Digital Health Institute for Transformation (DHIT) hosted the seventh installment of its digital web series in collaboration with the ASSIST Center at North Carolina State University. The DHIT Frequency Webinar Series, which takes [...]
By Olivia R. Weidner, DHIT Global Intern | May 5, 2020 On Friday, May 1st, the Digital Health Institute for Transformation (DHIT) hosted the third installment of its digital web series. The DHIT Frequency Webinar Series, which takes place biweekly, is a way to keep our community connected while many [...]
DHIT to Offer Subsidized Digital Transformation Support to Eligible Healthcare Providers Timeline Applications open April 20th, 2020 Purpose DHIT is a 501(c)(3) non-profit academic and research institute with a mission to reduce health inequities in communities across the nation by providing equal access to global advancements in care. The consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic [...]
A Journey of Discovery, Transformation, and Newfound Opportunities in North Carolina by Keith Duprey My family made a very intentional move to North Carolina a few years ago to improve the quality of our lives – be outdoors more, be closer to family, and benefit from world-class institutions. It was also at this time that [...]
Health inequities are a problem for us all — the burden of disparities in health adversely affects our nation's children, business efficiency and competitiveness, economic strength, standing in the world, and our national character and commitment to justice and fairness of opportunity. The time is now to STOP doing the same thing over and over and expecting [...]