VMware Healthcare Blog, October 2021, James Millington, Director of Product Marketing
Doctors and nurses want their patients to walk into the hospital confidently. Thanks (or no thanks) to Dr. Google, patients stride through the front door more informed, (or misinforme
Moderna’s CEO Stéphane Bancel and VMware President Sumit Dhawan got a chance to speak candidly about the unprecedented past few years at the latest HIMMS conference. Technology played a large role in bringing the Moderna vaccine to market, including the use of advanced AI modeling, genetic mapping, and cloud-native computing. Listen to discover how Moderna rose to the challenge of developing a vaccine – facing a newly distributed workforce and intense global pressure – and how some of the healthcare innovations realized will continue to shape the future of digital medicine.
The biggest revolution we’re going to see in healthcare in the next 5-10 years is a massive increase the quality of care, because we have data, and the ability to act upon data.Stéphane Bancel, CEO, Moderna
During the session, Bancel shares the daily realities of developing the vaccine and highlights the human element of these innovations — helping us to reimagine what’s possible for everyone as we learn to live with this new virus in the years to come.
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James Millington is Director of Product Marketing at VMware End User Computing, working with customers and partners globally to deliver solutions that drive digital transformation with Workspace ONE. He has previously led the healthcare sector product marketing for all VMware solutions with a focus on improved provider productivity leading to improved patient care. Prior to joining VMware, James held product marketing and product management positions at Imprivata and Citrix. James holds an MBA from Oxford Brookes University in the UK
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