Apple employed director of Standford Medicine's digital health Dr. Sumbul Desai in June 2017 to work with Apple Watch's health services. Desai had led a groundbreaking telemedicine project involving Apple Watch. Today, a new interview with Dr. Desai has discovered where we're going to learn a little more about Apple's health strategy without giving away and acting secrets about what's closest to the company.
MobiHealthNews had the opportunity this week to sit down with one of the top Cupertino leaders, who are technically VP of Apple's heath services.
The first question was about how doctors responded to the Apple Watch ECG feature. The reporter noted that "When it was first announced, there were some setbacks from doctors thinking" Should we get all these people from the street who think they have a-fib and they don't? "
Desia's answer shows that Apple may already is well aware of the reaction of patients who burden doctors and that they may already be able to handle that type of incoming work at work to find a solution to that problem.
Desai attempted to Change the theme by utilizing the company's line as it helps save lives as Tim Cook's message on this topic has been for months supported by a series of Apple Videos on this issue like the one below.
MobiHealthNews reporter Jonah Comstock then shifted the gear a little by saying that he believed that on the consumer side was the ECG that everyone is excited about, but when talking to doctors, Health Records is where they see it real change that Apple is inspiring. So how do these two pieces fit together?
Dr. The Desai response was that the two projects fit together. By putting the ECG in one's hand and having the PDF [file] designed for the doctor to undergo, there is really a new way for the patients to engage with their doctor in a different way.
Dr. Desai added in the same way as health records – and we are very proud of what the team has done with VA recently too – Greeting Records now lets you get all your records, if you go to different systems in particular, in one place.
Desai also talked about a project on health items that can quickly tell a doctor what your medicines are. Apple offers "Health Records" App today, and a recent patent tells us there is more to it in the work of a cooperative health management system. Some of the screenshots of this system are presented below.
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