HealthTech June 6, 2022
Jordan Scott

The HealthTech influencer and chief innovation officer of the American College of Cardiology shares how technology can improve patient outcomes and access to care.

Digital health tools can make healthcare more accessible to patients in medical deserts or who have difficulty attending in-person appointments. They can also help physicians identify risk factors for disease early and provide preventative care. Healthcare technology can empower and engage patients while supporting clinicians, but it must be implemented with intentionality to ensure patient and community needs are met equitably.

Dr. Ami Bhatt is chief innovation officer at the American College of Cardiology, director of Massachusetts General Hospital’s Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program, and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. She is...

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