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With Joshua Newman (Chief Medical Officer, Salesforce), Lloyd Minor (Dean, Stanford School of Medicine), Deneen Vojta (EVP R&D, UnitedHealth Group), Melissa Thompson (Memorial Sloan Kettering), Nelia Padilla (VP, Quintiles IMS), David Crow (Sr Business Correspondent, Financial Times).
Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 08:00 AM    Cost: $949
The Westin New York at Times Square, 270 W 43rd St
 
     
 
 
              

 
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Driving collaborative, patient-led health transformation

Digital technology continues to push the boundaries & offer solutions to ease the growing pressures of healthcare provision. Collaboration is key to addressing the challenges & realising a successful patient-centered future for healthcare. Novel partnerships & alliances are emerging & stakeholders are extending their reach beyond their traditional domains. Coordinated thinking & cooperation throughout the health value chain will help build an understanding of how to integrate new technologies, facilitate a smooth transition & ultimately reduce costs & improve patient outcomes.

The third instalment of the FT Digital Health Summit USA will take a fresh look at how patients, providers, payers, innovators, regulators & investors can work together to ensure that technology is consistent & effective in meeting the demands of patients & health services. Discussion will delve deep into the trends & opportunities & explore the funding, innovation & approaches needed to drive forward the digital age of health.

Assess how patients are continuing to take more control of their own value-based healthcare
Take home ideas that will allow your own business to specifically target the latest consumer & patient demands
Better identify cyber threats & reduce information security risks
Find out how innovators are closing the gap between product development & adoption
Hear the latest from pharma & biotech leaders who have strong influence on the digital uptake in medicine
 
 
 
 
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