In this episode, Davide Vigano, co-founder and CEO of Sensoria Health, speaks about the importance of interoperability and personal health data for patient monitoring.
He uses the discussion about patients owning their data as a jumping point to discuss data liquidity, collection, and quality. Davide shares lessons from his experience with the HealthVault Initiative at Microsoft and explains how companies like Sensoria Health are focusing on interoperability in the digital health space to reduce paper records and enable real data liquidity.
Sensoria, like Google, Amazon, and Microsoft, enables multiple devices in the internet of things to improve monitoring as self-reported patient data is insufficient or not accurate enough. Davide argues those devices with integrated soft robotics can collect quantified data that, combined with self-reported data, are meaningful enough to train AI and ML algorithms to help providers and patients. He gives an example of how this technology can digitize gait and optimize its analysis.
Listen to Davide Vigano’s fascinating lecture on bringing technologists and clinicians together for better interoperability and data!