The AOIA supports the advancement of the osteopathic field and its providers by allocating significant resources toward the development and implementation of Healthcare Technology and Digital Health innovation. Our goal is to empower physicians with the right tools to optimize and strengthen the quality of care delivered to patients. To learn more about getting involved in the AOIA’s innovation efforts, please submit a message on our contact form

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Attend AOIA’s Digital Health/Innovation Track

Saturday, October 29       1:30 – 5:30 PM

Room 207, Hynes Convention Center

Learn about digital health and how to incorporate health tech innovations into your practice. 

Presenters include DOs and digital health experts who will teach course participants:

  • What digital solutions are being used in clinical medicine today and in development including:
    • Remote Patient Monitoring
    • Wearables
    • Virtual-First Care Models
    • Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Automation
  • Frameworks for successful development and validation of digital products
  • Best practice in regulatory oversight, evidence generation and clinical studies of digital products 
  • Considerations to ensure equitable evaluation and deployment of digital medicine
  • How to implement Digital Innovation at your Osteopathic Institutions

Earn up to 3 hours of CME

Time Title Speaker
1:30 – 2:30 PM Overview of Digital Medicine and Evaluation Considerations for Safe, Effective, and Equitable Deployment   Linette Demers, PhD
2:30 – 3:00 PM Implementation of Digital Innovation at Osteopathic Institutions   Mark Zhang, DO, MMSc, FAMIA
3:00 – 3:30 PM Case Study on Using Data Intelligence to Inform Care Delivery   Farhard Modarai, DO
3:30 – 4:30 PM Fireside Chat with our Digital Health Experts Mark Zhang, DO, MMSc, FAMIA; Linette Demers, PhD; Farhard Modarai, DO; Sameer Sood, DO
4:30 – 5:30 PM Reception