Imagine wearing a smart patch that collects all of your vital medical information. Or getting an ultrasound by plugging a device into your smartphone. According to Dr. Daniel Kraft, digital health care is creating more personalized care and has the potential to prevent disease and lower costs. Kraft is the chair of medicine at Singularity University and founder of two medical startups. We talk with Kraft about the potential and pitfalls of digital medicine as part of Forum's First Person series, which profiles Bay Area innovators and leaders who make our region unique.
First Person: Daniel Kraft on the Next Stage of Digital Medicine
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Daniel Kraft M.D., faculty chair for medicine and neuroscience, Singularity University