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Health May 16, 2017

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    Nomad Health's Dr. Alexi Nazem presents on the doctor shortage.

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    From Left: Moderator and Bioscribe's Meredith Salisbury, Dr. Jill Hagenkord of Color Genomics, and Dr. Andrew Kung from Memorial Sloan Kettering.

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    In their interview together, Claudia González Romo of UNICEF (left) and Dr. Agnes Binagwaho from University of Global Health Equity converse on how technology in health can change lives.

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    Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick (left) and Dr. Dean Ornish of Preventive Medicine Research Institute (right) explore illness can perhaps be prevented with stronger relationships and communities.

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    Robert Andrews of Health Transformation Alliance explains the current U.S. healthcare system with Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick (not pictured).

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    In their panel, The New Media of Healthcare, Facebook's Meredith Guerriero (right) and Steven Zatz (left) of WebMD discuss the new ways that we are getting our health information.

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    Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick discusses with JPMorgan Chase CMO Kristin Lemkau (center) and Thrive Global's Founder Arianna Huffington (right) during their panel, Why We Need New Role Models.

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    From Left: David Kirkpatrick, Yonatan Adiri, Esther Dyson, Len Greer, Christian Madsbjerg at the Health not Healthcare panel.

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    Experts discuss during the Writing Our Genome panel. From Left: Moderator David Duncan of Arc Fusion, Nancy J Kelley from Nancy J Kelley + Associates, NYU Langone Medical Center's Jef Boeke, and Dr. Robert Klitzman of Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.

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    Tom Kottler of HealthPrize Technologies leads the conversation on gamification and behavioral economics during his morning presentation.

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    In their panel, How Do We Redesign Healthcare, (from left) Techonomy's David Kirkpatrick, author Dan Munro, Steven Krein of StartUp Health, and Cognizant's Andrew Cohen dig into how tech can and will transform the U.S. healthcare system.

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