This summer, anyone with a vested interest in healthcare will get the chance to engage in discussion, debate and brainstorming with some of the industry’s most forward-thinking executives and innovators. Pfizer’s head of clinical innovation will talk about Big Pharma’s transition in a new era for medicine, the chief innovation officer of Children’s Hospital Boston will outline a vision of telemedicine, and a vice president from Medtronic will discuss how the digital health movement can best serve the medical device industry. It’s all happening at the first ever CONVERGE summit for healthcare innovation on July 10 at The Hyatt at The Bellevue in Philadelphia, Pa. Register now using our special 30% off code: STARTUPHEALTH.
Hosted by MedCityNews.com, the one-day summit will explore healthcare’s leading trends and share best practices among some of the industry’s most innovative hospital systems and leading medical device, digital health, pharmaceutical and information technology companies.
Keynote speaker Wil Yu of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will be joined by Craig Lipset, Pfizer’s head of clinical innovation; Dr. Brad Weinberg, a founding partner of Blueprint Health; Anil Jain, CMIO at Explorys and former senior executive director of IT at the Cleveland Clinic; and many more. In provocative keynotes, panels and breakout sessions, they’ll be talking about:
- Telemedicine: Best practices and new frontiers
- A new roadmap for tech transfer: Ideas on the best path for innovation out of the nation’s universities
- Personalized medicine: What are the pathways to success?
- Convergence worth investing in: The hottest investment segments
- Mobile health: What kind of scientific standard will be coming for app developers seeking to serve patients?
- CIOs and health IT: Exploring new solutions for EHR
We’ll also showcase some of today’s hottest health startups – a largely hand-picked collection of early-stage companies showing how convergence is done.
Find details and registration information at www.medcitynews.com/events/converge. Twitter users should use the hashtag #ConvergeConf for event discussion.