With the health care industry undergoing some of the most dramatic changes in history, there is little doubt that 2016 will offer up a host of new opportunities and challenges for patients, physicians and health systems.
Eric Topol MD, author of “The Patient Will See You Now,” and Director of the Scripps Translational Science Institute, joined Pat Salber at the 2015 Stanford’s MedX conference to talk about the democratization of medicine.
KUSI News at Transforming Medicine: Evidence-Driven mHealth conference In October 2015, the Scripps Translational Science Institute organized the first annual Transforming Medicine: Evidence-Driven mHealth conference in La Jolla, CA. Watch coverage by local San Diego News channel KUSI News.
On September 29, 2015, an interview with Scripps Translational Science Institute Director Dr. Eric Topol aired on CNBC’s Mad Money.
Watch STSI leadership and faculty explain how they aim to replace the status-quo of one-size-fits-all-medicine with individualized health care that is based on the known genetic factors influencing health and disease and that takes advantage of advances in digital technology for real-time health monitoring.
Dr. Eric Topol, Director of Scripps Translational Science Institute and author of the Creative Destruction of Medicine, keynotes Strictly Mobile 2014 in Mountain View, CA on April 10, 2014. Strictly Mobile is an invitation-only conference on mobile for investors, entrepreneurs and mobile influencers held annually in April in Silicon Valley.
A leading voice on the digital revolution in medicine, Dr. Topol talks about his book, ‘The Creative Destruction of Medicine’ on the Tavis Smiley Show, PBS.
Dr. Eric Topol discusses how the technological revolution in healthcare will change the way you think of medicine.
Dr. Eric Topol discusses the past and current practices of Clinical Trials and where the future is headed for individual N-of-1 studies during the 2013 Partnerships in Clinical Trials Conference (Orlando, FL).
Dr. Eric Topol, Director of Scripps Translational Science Institute, appeared on The Colbert Report to discuss his book, The Creative Destruction of Medicine, as well as to demonstrate several novel mobile devices that can be used to record, display and monitor various health related metrics.