We’re just a week away from “Precision Medicine to Precision Management,” where we bring together healthcare investors, entrepreneurs, and innovators in an exclusive, invitation-only discussion that brings together advances in Big Data, mobile technology, and genomics.
Healthcare—how it’s developed, delivered, and consumed—is being transformed from the lab bench to the ER. Yet one question that everyone seems to be asking is: How can technology help hospitals meet healthcare needs but also balance ever-tighter budgets put in place with policy changes like the Affordable Care Act?
In particular, I hope to see you at a panel discussion that I am moderating, “The Healthcare Innovation Pipeline,” featuring Bobby Robbins, president and CEO of the Texas Medical Center, Alan Gilbert, director of global government and NGO strategy at GE Healthymagination, and Jim Rogers at Mayo Clinic Ventures.
Our half-day summit has drawn more than 60 leaders in healthcare and life sciences innovation from Texas and beyond. Among our speakers are MD Anderson chief Ronald DePinho, Kevin Kinsella at Avalon Ventures, Michael Greeley at Foundation Medical Partners (and the former chairman of the National Venture Capital Association,) as well as speakers from Johnson & Johnson, Pokitdok, and more.
Click here for details of our full agenda.
We look forward to seeing you there. The saver rate to attend is $425 and ends today. We do offer a limited number of discounted tickets at $295 for startups—companies that are less than three years old, with 20 or fewer employees. This is an invitation-only gathering so to request an invitation and get registration details, please e-mail email@example.com.