“Robert McCray is a thought leader whose commitment is to set apart signal from noise with the annual Convergence Summit which provides an in-depth analysis of the growing connected health model ecosystem,” states Pennic. “Robert is able to clearly articulate the key factors in creating a successful connected health model and the challenges associated with it. We’re glad he chose to share those with us.”
The Wireless-Life Sciences Convergence Summit is WSLA’s annual conference that holds executive-led forums on healthcare and technology where they discuss key issues facing the wireless health community in addition to offering a place where companies can network with one another to help build business advancements within the healthcare IT community. The main goal at the summit is making health care simpler through wireless innovations.
In addition to recapping the Wireless-Life Sciences Convergence Summit, McCray offers his idea of what would make a successful connected health model.
“The golden standard would be to move healthcare to kind of a virtuous cycle that we have in consumer electronics where new products are introduced into the market and over time quite, quickly become both better and cheaper,” he says. “Health care doesn’t work that way. [But] we have to try to challenge some of that in different ways of thinking.”
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About WLSA: The Wireless-Life Sciences Alliance is a global trade organization that brings CEOs from the world’s most innovative wireless health companies together with business leaders and researchers in healthcare and technology, to accelerate business opportunities and improve healthcare globally.