SVForum Presents The Future of Personalized Healthcare
Thursday, March 27, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
As the Affordable Care Act has gone into implementation, there is a movement by the Federal Government to embrace healthtech startups to deliver cost-effective on-demand personalized healthcare. Never before has there been a greater commitment by an administration – as the sense of urgency has grown - to utilize the latest technologies – including mobile devices, 3D printing, genomics, and big data – to move from reimbursement-based healthcare to outcome-based healthcare.
Taking into account that the health-care industry represents about 18% of the U.S. economy, and over the last few years startup and investor activity has accelerated significantly (Rock Health reported $1.9B flowed into digital health from venture funding in 2013), this is an unprecedented opportunity for healthtech developers, entrepreneurs, and investors.
Attend the SVForum’s The Future of Personalized Healthcare conference on March 27 and learn from innovators and visionaries on how we can use technology to realize a future with Health as a Service at our convenience, at a price we can afford, and with better efficacy. Topics to be covered include mobile health, electronic health records, enterprise healthcare SaaS, and medical devices. Join the conversation and build our ideal healthcare future together!
Who should attend: Producers and buyers of personalized healthcare technology, including healthtech developers, entrepreneurs, investors, CXO of healthcare providers and medical training institutions.
Dr. Daniel Kraft, Executive Director of FutureMed/Exponential Medicine, Singularity University
Dr. George Savage, co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer, Proteus Digital Health
Scott Summit, Sr. Director of Functional Designs, 3D Systems
Christopher Chu, Director, Samsung Catalyst Fund
Skip Fleshman, Asset Management Venture
Lynne Chou, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Margaret Kim, GE Capital Healthcare Financial Services
Steven Yecies, OrbiMed
Mobile Health Panelists:
Ron Gutman, founder & CEO, Healthtap
Julia Hu, founder & CEO, Lark Technologies
Clint McClellan, Sr. Director of Business Development, Qualcomm
Dr. Charles Wang, co-founder, LUMO Bodytech
For an updated full agenda, please visit the event page on the SVForum website.
Showcase your company by purchasing a demo table at this event!
Purchase of a demo table package includes:
• Company logo in conference program distributed to all conference attendees
• Company logo on event web page • Company logo on all marketing materials and opening slides
• Two complimentary (exhibitor passes) to Conference
• One demo table at the exhibit area with the opportunity for a 30 second ‘speed intro’ before the lunch break
SVForum Members: $550
General Public: $700
Please note: SVForum Membership will be verified by SVForum (for info on becoming an SVForum member visit www.svforum.org/join
To register as an attendee for this event, please visit the event page on the SVForum site
Early Bird Price (until March 12th)
SVForum Members: $99
General Public: $149
Regular Registration (after March 12th)
SVForum Members: $149
General Public: $199
When & Where
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