Technology for Precision Health Summit: December 12th – San Francisco

Technology Development and Big Data are Affecting the Transformation of Health Care

Precision Medicine has come a long way in the last 10+ years thanks to advances in diagnostics, computing, and consumer tools. The ongoing quest to better understand disease predisposition and prevention through genomic and environmental factors is key to increasing the quality and length of life. Technology for Precision Health will explore how technology can help. How can we think differently about gathering, analyzing, and sharing information? Which incentives can be offered to structurally change the system toward longer-term care of patients?

Which mechanisms will empower patients with their data and create virtuous partnerships with providers to truly drive value? Conference delegates will learn about the latest tools in Precision Medicine and Health as well as be part of the discussion on new ontologies and policy changes needed to bring these technologies to patients.

Who Should Attend and Why

Why Health 2.0?

  • Network with the right decision-makers to grow your business
  • Learn the latest trends from industry experts to strengthen your strategy
  • Experience new technological platforms to gain insight into what’s new in the market and develop new partnerships
  • Build lasting relationships with the healthcare and health tech community to better support your market presence, idea generation, and business collaboration

Who Will Be Coming?

Attendees will include scientists, researchers, administrators, providers, and industry leaders working in the pharma and biotech industries as well as academic medical centers. We will showcase the latest technological advancements in bioinformatics, statistics, artificial intelligence, blockchain, and other digital technologies.

Attending companies include GRAIL, GE Ventures, DotLab, Flatiron HealthHelix and more!

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