New advocacy platform is helping digital health centers progress, bridging the gap between patients and the latest health care innovations.
FREMONT, CA: The Advanced Medical Technology Association (AdvaMed) has launched the Center for Digital Health, a new advocacy platform designed to advance digital health and contributions of the medical technology industry to data-driven health care. The digital health center is designed to incorporate a wide range of medical and digital technology companies that will use data and technology to make improvements and enhance quality and efficiency in health care delivery. The new center focuses on ensuring payment and delivery system reforms to accelerate and expand access to innovative digital health technologies and solutions.
AdvaMed's digital health center serves the unique needs of companies in the digital health space while addressing an ever-broadening set of issues that cut across industries. Some problems are new in the healthcare arena with a wide-ranging set of technologies and data uses. The new center will provide member companies with opportunities to explore new trends, develop, network and advocate for public policy positions and engage with stakeholders and policymakers in the U.S. and around the world. The center's site is designed to be a resource for stakeholders to access policy documents and information on issues such as privacy, cybersecurity, and more.
AdvaMed is an American medical device trade association. It is the largest medical device association in the world committed to providing physicians with the best tools to diagnose and treat patients. AdvaMed innovators help patients live a healthier, longer and productive life, enhancing the efficiency of healthcare systems by detecting diseases earlier and treating them effectively. The company helps in reducing the economic burden of disease and the cost of care. By creating high-paying manufacturing jobs in the U.S., the company is driving economic growth. AdvaMed's advancements in medical technology help in improving care delivery.