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Webinar: What is the Digital Health Success Framework?

Kris Gösser

Kris Gösser

VP of Marketing

September 14, 2017   Startups Healthcare Cloud Compliance

When we launched the Digital Health Success Framework (DHSF) this summer, the immediate reaction from the health IT community, and from digital health teams specifically, was immensely positive. It was like getting a high 5 from a stranger every day.

Since launch, we learned its greatest strength is also its greatest current weakness. Let me explain.


Travis Good, MD on the Digital Health Success Framework

The ultimate value of the DHSF is that it is not made up. It’s genuine in its attempt to distill thousands of past conversations. The data behind the framework is significant.

Condensing over 3,000 conversations down to a single piece of digestible content has been a challenge. The first stab at presenting the DHSF went over well, as one of the most positive feedback points has been the linear sequential display of insights.

Still, for those who don’t have the time to consider the complete scope of the written content packaged in the framework, getting started wrapping their head around it—and what it means for them—is daunting.

This is why we are holding our first webinar in an attempt to explain the DHSF even more simply than we can via a web experience.

In our upcoming webinar, scheduled for Monday, September 25th, at 12pm CST, Mark Olschesky, Datica Chief Data Officer, will conduct a lunch-time session that summarizes the origins, key insights, and benefits of the Digital Health Success Framework.

Register for the event here. We look forward to sharing the DHSF with you on September 25th!


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