Health 2.0 returns to Silicon Valley for the 9th annual conference
Health 2.0 9th Annual Fall Conference returns to Santa Clara, CA on October 4th -7th. Join over 2,300 attendees at this unique healthcare technology event.
With over 150 speakers, engaging panels, workshops, thought-provoking discussions and 200+ LIVE product demos, Health 2.0 will showcase the year's most innovative health tech breakthroughs as well as examining how this year has impacted health technology as a whole.
The Health 2.0 Fall Conference is where technologies and thought-leadership converge, disrupt, revolutionize and catalyze the marketplace, trends and policy of the health tech landscape.
Health 2.0 confirmed speakers
Chelsea Clinton will address women’s health and discuss her work as Vice Chair for The Clinton Foundation, improving working conditions for women worldwide.
Dr. Bob Wachter, Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of Medicine of UCSF, will share insights from his new book about the controversies in digital healthcare.
As the consumer health ecosystem is skyrocketing, join Robin Thurston (UnderArmour) & Greg Orr (Walgreens) in their discussion of how partnerships can promote big changes in the healthcare system.
Health 2.0 will also examine the evolutions of a smarter health care system with the help of Jon White (ONC) & Andy Krackov (CHCF).
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As an EHR in Practice reader, you can receive a 15% discount on a standard admission ticket to Health 2.0. Just enter the discount code MPF15 at the checkout.
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