Innovating Healthcare for the Next Generation of Patients Will Have More Patient-Centric Integrative Technology
Healthcare technology continues to evolve at an astonishing rate, the discussion around innovating healthcare delivery models for an enhanced patient-centric experience gains urgency. A report from McKinsey showed that 74 percent of patients desire more digital healthcare solutions, highlighting the critical role that innovation will play in meeting the next generation of healthcare needs.
So, how do innovators in the healthcare sector balance the rapid pace of technology with the critical necessity for compassionate, patient-centered care? How can new healthcare delivery models integrate technology while still maintaining a focus on patient-centered care and safety?”
For a new FinThrive episode, host Brian Urban interviews Dr. Ayòbámi Olúfadéjì, the Vice President of Clinical Innovations at Carbon Health. Together, they discuss how Carbon Health is integrating technology into healthcare to create a more streamlined and patient-centric experience.
On the episode, Urban and Olúfadéjì’s conversation covered:
- The inspiration behind Dr. Olufadeji’s journey into healthcare innovation, from his childhood in Nigeria to his experiences as a practicing physician in multiple healthcare settings.
- How Dr. Olufadeji balances his roles as both a tech innovator and practicing physician to bring value to Carbon Health’s initiatives.
- Carbon Health’s measured approach to growth and focus on patient safety and advocacy in their rapid expansion across various healthcare services and states.
Dr. Ayòbámi Olúfadéjì is the Vice President of Clinical Innovations at Carbon Health, a rapidly expanding healthcare technology company. He holds an MD and an MBA degree from Dartmouth College, where he also found his calling in healthcare system design. Dr. Olufadeji has been a beacon in healthcare innovation, combining his clinical practice with leadership in technological advancements to bring transformative changes to the patient experience.
Article by Alexandra Simon.