San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
This will be a look at how Cloud, Mobile, and Sensors are going be one of the big disruptions in Healthcare as we move from a strategy of Health Problem Response to Health Management and Wellness. Demonstrations will include many devices, sensors, and applications and a discussion of how the cloud is going to enable a new level of transparency that has never been available. This will end in future trends including the new breed of devices like the iWatch, TShirts, and connected closets.
About Our Speaker:
Jack Porter is an 8 time CEO, with 6 acquisitions and 2 IPOs. He runs an early stage Angel Fund and Startup Accelerator (http://www.forwardaccelerator.com) and is passionate about helping Founders. He speaks at many industry conferences, written 3 books on Web Development, and is a frequent contributor to magazines such as eWeek, Information Week, and CEO Magazine. In 2007, he was recognized as one of the “Top 100 Most Influential People in the Life Science Industry” by PharmaVoice Magazine.
When & Where
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