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Making Strides with Digital Measures of Physical Activity: A Digital Strategy for the 6th Vital Sign


Date/Time

February 13, 2024

Panelists

Bray Patrick-Lake

Digital Health Specialist Center for Devices and Radiological Health, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Laurie Whitsel, Ph.D, FAHA

National Vice President of Policy Research and Translation and Senior Advisor, Physical Activity Alliance American Heart Association

Ankita Deshpande

Head Digital Health and Experience Innovation Alexion

Yuge Xiao

Associate Director, Clinical Development , Michael J. Fox Foundation

Jessilyn Dunn, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Director of BIG IDEAs Lab Duke University

Alan Hamilton, Ph.D.

Senior Director of Research, PIVOT Lead COPD Foundation

Elena Izmailova, Ph.D.

CSO, Koneksa Health

Joss Langford

CTO & Founder, Activinsights

Sooyoon Shin, PhD

Clinical Science Lead, Digital Biomarkers, Verily Life Sciences

Marisa Cruz, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer Empatica

Jie Ren

Director, Data Science, Digital Clinical Measures, Translational Medicine Merck

Moderator

Jennifer Goldsack

CEO, DiMe

Discussion Topic

The Digital Health Measurement Collaborative Community (DATAcc) by the Digital Medicine Society (DiMe)  is excited to launch our core set of digital measures of physical activity! Join us as we discuss the digital measurement of physical activity and the resources developed to support the adoption of measures in clinical research and practice. 

DATAcc has led a pre-competitive collaboration consisting of patient organizations, biopharmaceutical companies, digital sensor technology companies, and leaders in physical activity to define a core set of digital clinical measures for physical activity that matter to patients across therapeutic areas. By defining these measures and developing practical resources to support their adoption, we have focused the transformational power of innovation and competition on a set of common targets to support quality treatment and care that meet the needs of patients, care providers, industry, and regulators.

We are thrilled to reveal the core digital measures of physical activity and practical resources and hold panel discussions with leaders in the digital measurement and physical activity field.

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