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DiMe Virtual Journal Club

To participate in this discussion live, you must be a member of DiMe.

Each month we will select a manuscript tackling an important topic in digital medicine and DiMe members can register to participate in an intimate discussion with the manuscript author(s).

Sessions will take an AMA (“ask me anything”) approach

Immediately after the session, the recording will be posted to a new Slack channel in DiMe’s Workspace. For the next week, we will moderate a discussion in Slack between all of DiMe’s members and the author(s).

Upcoming Discussion


Date/Time

April 20, 2021

Discussants

Cynthia Sieck, PhD, MPH

Professor at The University of Ohio College of Medicine

Digital inclusion as a social determinant of health

Greater reliance on digital tools has the potential to increase disparities between those who have skills and access to digital tools and those who do not and thereby existing health disparities. So as clinical care incorporates more technology in more contexts, it’s critical for our industry to facilitate equitable adoption of mobile health technology. Join Cynthia Sieck, PhD, MPH for an AskMeAnything discussion on her recent NPJ publication, “Digital inclusion as a Social Determinant of Health,” which addresses these issues and proposes a robust framework to provide solutions.


To participate in this discussion live, you must be a member of DiMe.

Listen to Previous Journal Club Discussions


Biopharma and Digital Health: Winning with digital medicine products

Digital medicine products—digital therapeutics and digital companions—are transforming research and care models, and changing regulations aim to expand access. To what extent are biopharma companies effectively capitalizing on these opportunities today?

Join us to discuss the current state and see how organizations are aligning for success in the Future of Health™, where digital medicine products will be used at scale for prevention, proactive care, and personalized therapies.

This Deloitte & DiMe co-hosted workshop will feature presentations by Brett Davis, Principal and Global Asset Leader of Deloitte Consulting LLP and General Manager of ConvergeHEALTH, Natasha Elsner, Market Insights Manager of the Deloitte Center for Health Solutions and Jen Goldsack, Executive Director of DiMe.

Digital Health – The Need to Assess Benefits, Risks, and Value.

Perakslis E, Ginsburg GS. Digital Health—The Need to Assess Benefits, Risks, and Value. JAMA. 2021;325(2):127–128

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Telehealth Impact: Physician Survey Analysis

Prepared by The COVID-19 Healthcare Coalition Telehealth Impact Study Work Group. November 16 2020

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Rethinking CMS Coverage and Reimbursement for the Fourth Industrial (AKA Digital) Revolution

“Rethinking CMS Coverage And Reimbursement For The Fourth Industrial (AKA Digital) Revolution, ” Health Affairs Blog, October 23, 2020.

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Using Smartphones and Wearable Devices to Monitor Behavioral Changes During COVID-19.

Narayan VA,et al RADAR-CNS Consortium. “Using Smartphones and Wearable Devices to Monitor Behavioral Changes During COVID-19.” J Med Internet Res 2020;22

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Digital Measures That Matter to Patients: A Framework to Guide the Selection and Development of Digital Measures of Health.

Manta, Christine, Bray Patrick-Lake, and Jennifer C. Goldsack. “Digital Measures That Matter to Patients: A Framework to Guide the Selection and Development of Digital Measures of Health.” Digital Biomarkers 4.3 (2020).

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Fit‐for‐Purpose Biometric Monitoring Technologies (BioMeT): Leveraging the Laboratory Biomarker Experience.

Izmailova, E., Godfrey, A. A., Vandendriessche, B., Bakker, J. P., Fitzer‐Attas, C., Gujar, N., Hobbs, M., … & Zipunnikov, V. Clinical and Translational Science. (2020).

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Germany’s Digital Health Reforms in the COVID-19 Era: Lessons and Opportunities for Other Countries

Gerke, S., Stern, A.D. & Minssen, T. “Germany’s digital health reforms in the COVID-19 era: lessons and opportunities for other countries.” npj Digit. Med. 3, 94 (2020).

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Unregulated Health Research Using Mobile Devices: Ethical Considerations and Policy Recommendations

Rothstein, Mark A., et al. The Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 48.1_suppl (2020): 196-226.

 

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Precision Health: The Role of the Social and Behavioral Sciences in Advancing the Vision

Indicators of retention in remote digital health studies: a cross-study evaluation of 100,000 participants

Indicators of retention in remote digital health studies: a cross-study evaluation of 100,000 participants

Pratap, Abhishek, et al. NPJ digital medicine 3.1 (2020): 1-10.

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Investigating Sources of Inaccuracy in Wearable Optical Heart Rate Sensors

Bent, B., Goldstein, B.A., Kibbe, W.A. et al. Investigating sources of inaccuracy in wearable optical heart rate sensors. npj Digit. Med. 3, 18 (2020).

 

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Development of digital biomarkers for resting tremor and bradykinesia using a wrist-worn device

Mahadevan, N., Patel, S. et al. Development of digital biomarkers for resting tremor and bradykinesia using a wrist-worn wearable device. npj Digit. Med. 3, 5 (2020).

 

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Continuous digital monitoring of walking speed in frail elderly patients: non interventional validation study and longitudinal clinical trial.

Mueller, Arne, et al. “Continuous digital monitoring of walking speed in frail elderly patients: noninterventional validation study and longitudinal clinical trial.” JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7.11 (2019): e15191.

 

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How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Health Care Delivery

Sanders, Samantha F., et al. “How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Health Care Delivery.” NEJM Catalyst 5.5 (2019).

 

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The Case for a Hippocratic Oath for Connected Medical Devices

A Systematic Review of Feasibility Studies: Promoting the Use of Mobile Technologies in Clinical Research

Bakker, J. P., Goldsack, J. C., Clarke, M., Coravos, A., Geoghegan, C., Godfrey, A., … & Ramirez, E. (2019).

A systematic review of feasibility studies promoting the use of mobile technologies in clinical research. npj Digital Medicine, 2(1), 47.

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Teleneurology and Mobile Technologies: The Future of Neurological Care

Dorsey, E. R., Glidden, A. M., Holloway, M. R.,

Birbeck, G. L., & Schwamm, L. H. (2018).

Teleneurology and mobile technologies: the future of neurological care. Nature Reviews Neurology, 14(5), 285.

 

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Digital Medicine: A Primer on Measurement

Coravos, A., Goldsack, J. C., Karlin, D. R.,

Nebeker, C., Perakslis, E., Zimmerman, N., & Erb,

M. K. (2019). Digital Medicine: A Primer on Measurement. Digital Biomarkers, 3(2), 31-71

 

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