October 26, 2022 The Digital Health Institute for Transformation (DHIT) hosted another chapter of our rotating Happy Hour series on a crisp, autumn evening at Raleigh Founded, a preeminent innovation and entrepreneurship hub in the Triangle. DHIT was joined by an engaging audience of digital health transformers to [...]
October 3, 2022 In the latest edition of our Digital Health Institute for Transformation (DHIT) Happy Hour series, the DHIT team took the energy to Charlotte, North Carolina! Alongside Novant Health, Kapstone Medical, Launch Tower Health, sponsored by Duke University’s Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi), and [...]
August 29, 2022 On a cool, refreshing August evening (we almost forgot what a breeze felt like!), we hosted the latest edition of our Digital Health Institute for Transformation (DHIT) Happy Hour series. The growing DHIT team was joined by digital health transformers, entrepreneurs, clinicians, researchers and [...]
Health Transformation Leader at CipherHealth Highlights How Increased Patient Engagement Can Drive Better Health OutcomesRosie Fitzgerrel2022-08-23T07:51:28-04:00
July 31, 2022 It was another blistering summer day and another Digital Health Institute for Transformation (DHIT) Happy Hour networking event! Our DHIT team convened at American Underground, the Triangle area’s front door for the resources that startups, their founders, and their employees need to build a [...]
NC Senators Highlight Role That Digital Health Can Play in Reducing Health Inequities On a sweltering June 15th afternoon, the Digital Health Institute for Transformation (DHIT) team were joined by health transformers from across the digital health ecosystem at Raleigh Founded, a networking hub fostering an inclusive community of entrepreneurs, to snack, drink craft beer, and engage in stimulating conversations surrounding the burgeoning health inequities that plague the NC health system and the United States at large. The evening was sponsored by Duke University's Master of Management in Clinical Informatics (MMCi) program and discussions were driven by Senator Sydney Batch, a triple tarheel and Wake County representative who has worked as a family law attorney, child welfare advocate, and social worker for over a decade, and Senator Paul Lowe, a revered 20+ year clergyman representing Forsyth County who has served as the chairman of the North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus (NCLBC), adjunct professor at Shaw University Divinity School, and as a leader of the General Baptist Convention of North Carolina.
May 31, 2022 “Now is the time to harness the power of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare” declared Dr. Erik Eskioğlu, an aerospace engineer, turned neurosurgeon, turned MBA graduate. Dr. Eskioğlu, the Chief Medical and Scientific Officer for Novant Health and esteemed Board Member of the Digital Health Institute [...]