It was a beautiful fall day in Lincoln, MA. The leaves were turning, panels were churning, ideas were burning in our brains.
Which is to say our inaugural Healthcare Summit was a smash hit. From Bill Sahlman’s apocalyptic view of the industry to Mark Levin’s notion of a big-data knowledge network across disease states, from Juan Enriquez’s thoughts on human connectivity and 3D printing of vaccines to Phil Sharp’s vision for melding engineering and life sciences, this was maximum intellectual horsepower applied to huge business and innovation problems in human health.
If you were there, you won’t forget it any time soon. If you weren’t, well, I’ll show you some of what you missed.
Huge thanks to our event sponsors, Fish & Richardson and Janssen Healthcare Innovation; our supporting sponsors CareCloud, Edelman, and IDA Ireland; and of course our venue, the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum (definitely one of the stars of the day).
Gregory T. Huang is Xconomy's Deputy Editor, National IT Editor, and the Editor of Xconomy Boston. You can e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.