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Healthcare Resilience The Pandemic

COVID-19 Push to Virtual Therapy is Opening Up Mental Health

The pandemic-fueled fear, anxiety, and trauma the world has faced during the past few months has dramatically increased the need for mental health care across our country. Because in-person interactions have been so restricted, the value of virtual behavioral health for patients and providers during these unusual times is undeniable. That’s true for people in […]   More

Resilience Sustainable Development Goals The Pandemic

What is Sustainability In a Pandemic-Ridden World?

We’re traveling less, using less gas, less energy. The air is cleaner, cities are quieter, but our environmental goals seem less urgent. What does the pandemic and a changed normal mean for our climate and the pathway to a cleaner, more sustainable world?   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare Resilience Techonomy Events

Making the World a Healthier Place through Digital Health

Moderated by W2O’s Aaron Strout, panel participants include Melissa Opraseuth, Chief Operating Officer at par8o and Jennifer Lavanture, Vice President of Business Development at MedRhythms. Panelists will discuss how the technology’s promise of advancing healthcare is being realized at both their companies and how this sector will evolve over the next couple of years.   More

Resilience Tech & Society The Pandemic

TECH+Education Event – The Back to School Dilemma

America’s families face wrenching uncertainty and a lose-lose situation. We want our kids back in school, but what about the real risks to them and us if they are? However, staying at home means emotional challenges piled on top of educational ones. And for the food insecure and the 30% of kids without enough at-home connectivity, the problems become a nightmare. Will kids be able to learn this fall?   More

Managing Resilience Tech & Society

That Scream You Hear? A Parent Facing Summer Without Camp

With summer camp essentially impossible, innovative parents are turning to alternatives. There are lots of online programs or you can restructure family life, but there are ways to avoid parental burnout this summer.   More

Community Insights Healthcare Resilience

How Second-Order Effects Will Shape the Post COVID-19 World

As we await a vaccine that may confer widespread immunity, how successfully we collectively address the Second Order Effects of the pandemic will shape our destiny.   More

Global Tech Healthcare Resilience

What’s Next for Testing, Tracking, Treatment, and Tech?

As we seek to move to a safer phase of Covid-19 response and remediation around the world, how is tech contributing? Experts in testing, tracking, and treatment joined our roundtable to help Techonomy’s community ground itself in the new realities.   More

Inclusion Learning Resilience Video

How the Covid Crisis May Help Transform Higher Education

Higher ed has changed almost overnight. Universities and colleges face huge new challenges, but when higher ed gets technologized, there are positives. We can, for example, glimpse a more affordable and accessible future for digitized higher education. What will things look like this fall, and beyond?   More

Arts & Culture Media & Marketing Resilience

Yes There is Still Good News, and It’s Amplified Online

A new type of high-tech busking is emerging, and a big canvas that is both isolated and worldwide is taking root. Raskin explains and puts your FOMO at ease with her calendar-based compendium of live, virtual events.   More

Leadership Media & Marketing Resilience

Martin Sorrell: A V-Shaped Recovery, and Vast Digital Transformation

Ad veteran Martin Sorrell told an online Techonomy roundtable last Friday that the economy will be back by end of year, Trump will be re-elected, and that few non-digital vestiges will be left in society and business once Covid gets through with us.   More

CDX Innovation Resilience

Companies Respond to the Crisis with Open Innovation

In this environment companies may have little choice but to move toward the movement known as "Open Innovation." It takes cultural readiness, but is a reliable tool for a dangerous period.   More

Community Insights Democracy Government Resilience

Making Elections Resilient Against Pandemics

COVID-19 hits in an election year, which raises many questions about how we cope. We need modern voting tech to help democracy be more resilient, argues a former director of research at the NSA.   More

Leadership Resilience Video

John Chambers Expects Crisis to Persist Through December

The inaugural online roundtable hosted by Techonomy Media last Friday featured longtime Cisco CEO John Chambers, who had led the company through four major crises. Drawing on his experience, he offers insightful and actionable advice for today's leaders.   More

Community Insights Design Resilience The Future of Work

The Office is Dead. Long Live the Office.

The social construct most affected by COVID-19 is office work. When we return to offices, the standards and norms the govern how we work will have irrevocably changed.   More

Bio & Life Sciences Healthcare Resilience

A New Kind of COVID-19 Test Could Get Health Workers Back in Action

Another sort of test is possible. By looking at who’s already had COVID-19, rather than who has it now, we could help healthcare workers stay on the job.   More

Community Insights Resilience Tech & Society

Are We Ready for a Do-Not-Touch World?

Touching was already getting touchier. Now, life under threat of COVID-19 is the ultimate touchless state. But as we reign in touch we lose communication and comfort.   More

Healthcare Partner Insights Resilience

Business Transformation Requires Personal Leadership Transformation

Leaders can successfully respond to external change only if they have the internal tools to manage the overwhelming pace and stress.   More