Catalyst @ Health 2.0

By ELIZABETH BROWN

Catalyst @ Health 2.0 is delighted to welcome the Health Tech Responds to COVID-19 Demo Webinar, sponsored by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation! A little less than a year ago, Catalyst, with the support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, launched the “Health technician responds to COVID-19To maximize the health technology community’s response to the pandemic. The platform has an “Always on” Open calls with quick response (RROC); an informative blog / website to introduce innovators and experts in this space, and the development of a comprehensive database that allows the public to search and filter innovative solutions – SourceDB for COVID-19.

With support from RWJF, Catalyst opened up the platform to the wider digital health ecosystem and sought out organizations interested in researching new technologies, both specific to COVID-19 and more broad in scope. In this video, we hear from some of our hosts and participants in the quick-response open call, as well as special guests like John brownstein discuss VaccineFinder and Jacob reider talk about the problems of managing the immunization process among underserved people. It’s a great discussion of the past, present and future opportunities that have emerged with the global pandemic.

Elizabeth Brown is Program Manager at Catalyst @ Health 2.0

Categories: Catalyst @ Health 2.0, Health 2.0, Health Tech

Tagged As: Vine Health, Healthvana, Indu Subaiya, Jacob Reider, John Brownstein, Katherine Hempstead, Lisa Fitzpatrick, Matthew Holt, PathCheck Foundation, RWJF Innovation Challenge

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