How Covid-19 is advancing digital transformation globally

Hear Alan Milburn, former Secretary of State for Health and Chair of Huma, in discussion with four pioneering clinicians from the US, UK and Germany.

Event highlights

The pandemic is acting as a catalyst to accelerate changes in the way care and research is delivered but it has also exposed profound health inequalities and fragility in health systems across the globe.

This webinar explored:

  • Digital innovation: How clinical teams have innovated to create the digital ‘hospital at home’ for Covid patients
  • Lessons learnt: What we have learned from the way different countries have been impacted and responded to Covid-19
  • Future direction:What the future for healthcare and research is, post pandemic

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Meet your speakers

Huma's Director Corporate Affairs & Communications, Sian Jarvis chaired the event alongside Alan Milburn, former Secretary of State and Chair of Huma, and four pioneering clinicians from the US, UK and Germany. 

Alan Milburn

Alan Milburn

Chair of Huma and former Secretary of State for Health

Sian Jarvis

Sian Jarvis, CB

Director Corporate Affairs & Comms for Huma


Dr Satasuk Bhosai

Founder and CEO of Pluto Health

Matthew Knight

Dr. Matthew Knight

Consultant Respiratory Physician for West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Georgw Mathew

George Mathew, M.D.

Chief Medical Officer for the Americas Healthcare organisation for DXC Technology

Oliver Opitz

Prof. Oliver Opitz

Head of Coordination Office for Telemedicine, University of Heidelberg


Huma's Remote Patient Monitoring

Our 'hospitals at home', also known as digital virtual wards, support Healthcare organisations by providing greater access to care outside of a conventional setting, and empower patients to better manage their own health.

The modular solution tracks symptoms and vital signs, flags deterioration, incorporates telemedicine functionality, and is integrable with medical devices.