At deFrost* 43, Kit Macgillivray investigates new digital models that will positively shift and transform the medical industry into a more empowering, connected and patient-centric experience.
October 17th, 2016
The healthcare industry has exponentially grown in the past years. From nanotechnology, revolutionary surgery techniques to frictionless remote monitoring and data collection. But while medical innovation evolves at an unmatched speed, the healthcare system and the relationship between patient, professional and provider, has been extremely slow to change and leverage technology and data. So what does this mean for the future of healthcare?
Join experience designer and strategist Kit Macgillivray from Frost*collective and Brook.ai diabetes startup, as he reflects on some of the challenges and opportunities the healthcare system is currently facing. Come and learn how new digital models can positively shift and transform the industry into a more empowering, connected and patient-centric experience.
Kit Macgillivray is a product and experience designer and strategist. He has spent his career working internationally across a diverse range of sectors and clients, from telcos to media to tech startups. He helps companies conceive, design and build products and services sitting at the intersection of mobile, sensor technologies and customer experience.
With his latest venture, Brook: a digital health company creating platforms and products to solve the growing needs of diabetes self-management, he aims to be at the forefront of the coming era of consumer-focused digital health.
deFrost* #43 – ‘Why the time is right for digital health’
October 27, 2016
16 Eveleigh Street, Redfern 2016
Tickets are available here.
Head in early and enjoy a drink! All deFrost guests will receive a 10% discount at Cake Wines Cellar Door during the event.
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