Topic: The Role of Digital Technologies in Health Innovation
Since the development of technologies, it has modified the way jobs are done and has changed how services are delivered. Technology has been playing a more integral role in health as it makes it more time and cost efficient for patients and providers. It is crucial to identify methods of making digital technologies more accessible in underfunded regions and find ways to improve current technologies to make them more efficient and safe. Delegates should work towards solutions to expand services of medical aid through digital technologies not only to those who are suffering from medical conditions or illnesses, but to also improve prevention measures to mitigate the impact of any medical issues.
Note: This committee will be run as a double delegate committee.
Jose Caballero (he/him) was born and raised in Nicaragua. He is now a freshman and recently joined Model UN, which has been a phenomenal and enjoyable experience thus far for him. He's a very passionate, enthusiastic, and down-to-earth individual. Jose loves reading, writing, and analyzing poems. He's also a huge advocate for mental health. In fact, Jose founded his own mental health organization, In Touch, with the goal of fostering a more open-minded understanding of mental health in our community. He's currently studying English and psychology as a double degree. In Jose's free time, he writes weekly blog entries for his "Get In Touch" blog (check it out at www.mhsintouch.com) in which he advocates for issues that he deeply cares about. Lastly, he's a huge Marvel fan, and admires Taylor Swift. This year at FIMUN35, Jose is delighted to be working among such talented delegates and is excited to meet all of you.
Samuel Nelson Hua Hui Vogel (He/Him/They/Them) is originally from Jiangsu, China, he was adopted by American parents and has lived in the United States since the age of 4 ½. They are currently a Sophomore at Florida International University with a major in Biomedical Engineering. His major encompasses their passion to produce a change in the world and is also known for his advocacy for Disability, LGBTQIA+, human rights, and mental health rights. His most notable work is Dear Asian Youth and Asian Americans with Disabilities Initiative. Aside from his passion for advocacy, Samuel has started his own photography business: Samuelhhdesigns (check it out at https://samuelhhdesigns.mypixieset.com/). He is an MMC Mentorship Ambassador and joined the Model UN team of Fall 2022. They have a heavy passion for learning, growing, and curating a more authentic self. Several fun facts about Samuel are he loves plants, sci-fi movies, reading, and board games. This year at FIMUN35, Samuel is deeply intrigued by what upcoming ideas and solutions will be proposed within the WHO Committee.