Health November 8-9, 2016

    • 6:00 - 6:45 PM


    • 6:45 - 8:30 PM


    • 8:00 AM


    • 8:30 - 8:45 AM

      Welcome & Introductions

      David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy & Jeroen Tas, Philips
    • 8:45 - 9:20 AM

      The Evolving Internet of Health Things

      The means and methods of delivering personalized healthcare are evolving at warp speed. We now gather health data from not just wearable’s, but implantable’s and ingestible’s. New tools and technology will interact ambient devices to assess and even diagnose us. What is the nature of this evolving ecosystem surrounding the person? Does it have limits?

      Sumbul Ahmad Desai, Department of Medicine at Stanford Medicine
      Rick Valencia, Qualcomm
      Moderator: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • 9:20 - 9:40 AM

      What to Expect in 2026

      Rachel Maguire, Research Director at the Institute for the Future, gives a glimpse into the future of health tech ecosystem. Where is all this data, analytics and the cloud taking us? How will AI, automation, blockchain and robotics impact healthcare? How will these innovations integrate into standards of care, and how broad will the impact be?

      Rachel Maguire, Institute for the Future
    • 9:40 - 10:15 AM

      Transforming the Health-Industry Ecosystem

      Nothing is more inefficient than how we manage and parcel out payment in American healthcare. Healthcare administration costs $150 billion nationwide, and in hospitals, comprises 25% of total costs, compared to 12% in Canada. Authorizing procedures is another delay. But networked tech is targeting bureaucracy and efficiency at the same time it’s stitching together new methods of care. How do we reduce the cost, increase efficiencies and improve healthcare?

      Daniel Barchi, New York-Presbyterian Hospital
      Jim Dougherty, Madaket Health
      Moderator: Gary A. Bolles, Singularity University
    • 10:15 - 10:30 AM

      From London to San Francisco

      A conversation with Dr. Ross Breckenridge, on the shift from 20 years at the UK’s National Health Service to CEO of an early-stage pharma startup.

      Ross Breckenridge, Silver Creek Pharmaceuticals
    • 10:30 - 10:45 AM

      AI for Health

      No development in tech is more hyped and freighted with expectation than artificial intelligence. Every industry is poised for AI driven transformation, but none more than health. What should we expect? But since AI only really gets its “I” if the software gets access to gigantic data sets, where will the data come from, and who will control it? What role will tech companies play, compared to those traditionally focused on health? Will AI alter the industry balance of power?

      Jonathan Usuka, McKinsey & Company
      Speaker TBD
    • 10:45 - 11:25 AM

      Smarter, Connected and Intuitive...is this the Future of Digital Healthcare?

      Be it analytics, data or devices, tech is changing the healthcare landscape for patients and healthcare professionals alike. But how do we ensure a move towards a more patient centric, integrated and connected system? One with lower costs and better outcomes that extends beyond the walls of our hospitals and into our day today?

      Prakash Khot, AthenaHealth
      John Mattison, Kaiser Permanente
      Andrew Thompson, Proteus Digital Health, Inc.
      Additional speaker to be announced Moderator: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • 11:25 - 11:35 AM

      Is the Future of Wearable Health Tech... Tattoos?

      Powered by chemistry and biology, soon temporary tattoos will be not just a conduit of self-expression but one of health-awareness. What happens when low-cost biosensors embedded in tattoos can detect blood alcohol or sugar? Or biomarkers related to diseases like malaria or zika? How will that impact not just the health and wellness of individuals, but that of the healthcare ecosystem?

      Carlos Olguin, LogicInk
    • 11:35 - 12:10 PM
      Eric Topol, Scripps Translational Science Institute
      Moderator: David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy
    • 12:10 - 12:15 PM

      Wrap up

      Jeroen Tas, Philips
    • 12:30 - 1:30 PM