Raising the Bar: Defining Clinical-Grade Digital Health

Presenters: Carolyn Bradner Jasik and Kelsey McNamara, Omada Health 

Original program date: December 9, 2020 (available for on-demand viewing through March 2021)

Program length: 60 minutes

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The tragic crisis of COVID-19 in the U.S. has provided a catalyst for health care innovation at a velocity previously unimagined. It’s become clear that telehealth and digital care are going to be integrated elements of the healthcare experience now expected by patients. Industry leaders are already seeing the impact, resulting in a sharp rise in demand for digital solutions. But, just because the mode of healthcare delivery is changing doesn’t mean buyers should accept a lower standard of evidence, validation or effectiveness from digital providers. In this program, Omada Health's chief medical officer, Carolyn Jasik, and clinical strategy manager, Kelsey McNamara will share key insights to consider when ensuring the highest level of clinical-grade digital health.

Speaking on this webcast About the Presenters: Carolyn Bradner Jasik, MD, is a board-certified clinical informatics physician with experience in the areas of both the clinical management of diabetes, as well as the creation of digital health solutions for health behavior change. At Omada Health, she supports the clinical and research teams to create and test the next generation of diabetes and obesity programming via digital therapeutics. Prior to joining Omada, Jasik worked at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) where she directed the implementation of the Epic electronic health record, integrated digital health programming into clinical practice and conducted clinical trials on health technology.

Kelsey McNamara, MPH, is a public health professional with experience in workplace wellness, behavioral interventions and obesity-related chronic diseases. As the clinical strategy manager at Omada Health, she analyzes evidence and outcomes to reveal how Omada provides value to customers and partners. Prior to joining Omada, McNamara worked at Google where she led health behavior interventions for Google employees and spent time conducting research at the Harvard Center for Work, Health and Wellbeing.

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