Meg Barron

Meg Barron, center, speaks on a panel on innovation at Health 2.0's Provider Symposium last week.

By Jonah Comstock September 26, 2018
The American Medical Association has moved past merely calling out “digital health snake oil.” Over the last few years, the organization has dedicated a lot of resources to fostering positive digital health innovation — and making sure that innovation is physician-led whenever possible. “If there’s over 300,000 [digital health] apps and solutions, and over 40,000 that are directly patient-facing...