The Samsung Innovation Center at Children’s Health Fund was announced at the Clinton Global Initiative’s 2014 Annual Meeting in New York.  Left to right: Charles E. Basch, PhD, Professor of Health and Education at Teachers College, Columbia University; David Steel, PhD, Executive Vice President, Samsung Electronics; President Clinton; Irwin Redlener, MD




Technology is transforming health care. High-speed data transfer and intelligent devices offer the promise of faster, more accurate diagnoses and improved communication. These benefits are especially critical for families in low-income neighborhoods, who often have less access to health care providers.

The Samsung Innovation Center at Children’s Health Fund is working to ensure families in poverty don’t become trapped in a “digital divide.” By pairing Samsung’s technical expertise with Children’s Health Fund’s decades of experience in breaking down barriers to care, we’re using the latest technologies to make health care more accessible for children in need.

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