In this episode, we will answer the following questions:
[01:21] background story of Digi.me
[03:34] primary value of using Digi.me - how users can share and control their data
[09:13] patient data privacy
[12:31] why companies don't have to think about HIPAA or GDPR while using this model
[14:17] how the stored data works
[18:11] main focus of Digi.me and why it is safe to use it
[21:00] what is Military Internet and how it works
[23:42] how Digi.me enables patient data security
[26:48] geographic regulations of patient data and government compliance
[34:16] how to change healthcare data to be patient-centric, and how culture change relates to this.
[36:26] why is patient access to their medical records is a must
[39:12] patient-centric model as the future primary focus of Digi.me
[41:51] primary advice to other professionals who would like to develop or implement technology in healthcare
[44:02] Rapid Fire Round (3 questions)
How to recognize that “the iceberg is melting”?
Today's special guest, Julian Ranger, the Founder of Digi.me, talks about personal data, and patient centricity as the future of healthcare, a new privacy model, and how it relates to the Military Internet.
You'll get information about the different geographic regulations of patient data, and how the 7 stages of the cultural change process relate to healthcare.
Enjoy the listening!
🥺Also, we are very sorry for the sound at the beginning of this episode. Since [01:08] it becomes better.