Digital Health Platform: How the Right One Can Benefit Individuals and Organizations
until January 01, 0001

As the world becomes increasingly digital, successful organizations are embracing this trend and meeting employees where they are—which means conducting business, hosting meetings, delivering training, and, yes, providing health care, virtually. Companies that take proactive steps to provide digital health services for their employees are likely to see significant benefits to overall employee population health, individual health, and organizational health.

This webinar will define digital health and digital health platforms, examine the current state-of-play, explore how digital health platforms can strengthen individuals and organizations, and most importantly, recommend best practices for choosing and implementing a robust digital health platform.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • How to define digital health and digital health platforms and examine the current state-of-play?
  • How digital health platforms can strengthen individuals and organizations?
  • Best practices for choosing and implementing a robust digital health platform.

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Presenters
Danny Patterson
Chief Technology Officer at Wellness Coaches

As the Chief Technology Officer, Danny is primarily responsible for leading the development and innovation of the Wellness Coaches technology platform, Healthy Ways. 

Danny has over 20 years of experience in the development of innovative technology platforms and managing diverse teams of technical talent. A few of the past companies he has lead software development projects for include NBC, GE, Yahoo!, BBC, Starz, FedEx, Target and Food Network. He has also worked with many startups to architect and build their technology solutions. Danny has built software solutions in industries spanning media, commerce, communications, retail, and healthcare.

Neil Parsan
Chief Science Advisor To Wellness Coaches

Ambassador (Ret.) Dr. Neil Parsan is a Diplomat, Global Health Policy Consultant, Energy Advisor and Management Consultant. He is the Co-Founder and Managing Director of Parsan Cross, a Washington DC based Global Strategic Advisory firm, serves as Senior Advisor at Dentons – the World’s Largest Law Firm and served as Special Advisor to The World Bank Group. He is the Founder of Your247Doc – a Telehealth Company. Parsan has many years of international business experience executing many projects globally with a focus in the Caribbean and Latin America. He was the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to the United States of America, Ambassador to Mexico, and Permanent Representative of Trinidad and Tobago to the Organization of American States (OAS). He held the Cabinet position of Executive Secretary for Integral Development-OAS.

He earned his Undergraduate Medical Degree at the University of the West Indies where he graduated with Distinction; a Master of Business Administration (MBA), where he graduated as Top Student with Distinction. He holds a Registered Financial Consultant (RFC) Degree, a CACM from Harvard University School of Public Health, and a World Trade Professional Degree from ITM Worldwide in Sweden. He was awarded an Honorary Doctorate for Education, Culture, and Humanitarian work from the Americana University, registered with Cambridge University (UK) and the Congress of Mexico.

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