Welcome to the Real World: A Reality Check for Digital Health with Dr. Ron Razmi (Ep. 17 of The Pharmcast)

April 13, 2017 Jim Combs

This week on The Pharmcast, we tackle one of the hottest topics in the life sciences and healthcare industry: digital health. The promise of digital health is enticing, and a logical evolution of the digital economy. However, some of the early euphoria is waning as the demands of implementation, application and ROI are becoming more important, and in some cases - more elusive. 

So what is the current state of digital health for life sciences? What're some of the obstacles life sciences companies have to overcome to drive adoption? And what're some of the most promising applications of digital health for the life science companies? These are all questions we discuss with this week's guest, Dr. Ron Razmi. 

Dr. Ron Razmi is a top digital health Expert and frequent speaker on the topic. While Dr. Razmi is a cardiologist and former McKinsey consultant, he is perhaps best known as CEO and founder of Acupera, which is a leading provider of digital health solutions that enables healthcare providers to deliver a efficient care to their patient population. Dr. Razmi has an informative perspective on the digital health space, and we look forward to sharing it with you on this week's episode of The Pharmcast.

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