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LiveWorx 2019

LS741B - Transforming Medicine: Modeling, Simulation and the Digital Twin

Session Description

Creating a digital twin of a device, process or patient is improving outcomes. These dynamic software concepts will serve as proxies for billions of individuals and monitoring devices by the end of the decade. Are you ready for the cultural shift that will come to healthcare as digital twins and the Internet of Things (IoT) dramatically changes the face of medicine? This presentation is brought to you by ASME.


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Life Sciences
Digital Twin/ Digital Thread
Learn how a digital twin can analyze, diagnose, and optimize performance under real-world conditions and what this means for companies' future performance, product improvement and productivity.
Understand the unique role the digital twin will play in healthcare to optimize data collection and device performance thereby enhancing treatment and improving outcomes.
Learn how wearable medical devices collect data combined with physiological models to optimize patient therapies, and the role of standardization enabling this change.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
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