Thank you for your interest in our webinar hosted on June 10, 2020. Though you missed our live presentation, we are delighted to provide you with the recording of this informative session you can view on demand at your leisure.
Access the recording – APAC Digital Doctor 2020: A 9-country study of 676 Doctors’ perspectives on digital and connected health
We invite you to join Ipsos’ connected health experts to explore Doctors’ attitudes about, behaviours around and use of, digital health and connected health solutions in APAC. Learn how Doctors feel about all the new tools available to them and what will help them in the future.
View the webinar recording to hear the study findings, including trended data and COVID-19 impact insights – making this Digital Doctor report one of the most exciting yet. Topics for the session include:
- Frequency of use and opinion of information channels, including digital sources of information
- Awareness and understanding of what various technology solutions mean for healthcare, such as AI, augmented reality, robotics, digital health, telehealth, connected health and digital therapeutics
- Use vs. likely adoption of various connected health solutions, their drivers and expected impacts e.g. virtual consultations, data tracking and cloud-based services
- Barriers and concerns about using connected health solutions
Ipsos has published the Digital Doctor since 2015, with the 2020 report covering 1,745 Doctors across 21 countries. The APAC study and webinar reflects responses from 676 Doctors across nine APAC markets: Australia, Singapore, Japan, China, Hong Kong, Korea, India, Malaysia and Indonesia, with comparison to the rest of worldSpeakers:
To take you further along on your journey, session presenters and MD&D experts Drew Norris and Hannah Osborn would be delighted discuss the details of APAC Digital Doctor 2020, available for purchase – as well as the global report. We also invite you to reach out with any questions on how Ipsos can help you with your organization’s Digital & Connected Health strategies.