- 18:18Enabling Innovation with Technology, Policy and LeadershipBrian Forde
Brian Forde reflects on his time at the White House and the rollout of healthcare.gov as an example of why technologists belong at the policy table.
- 21:05Hacking Health At Massive Scale - Using Regulatory and Economic ToolsDarshak Sanghavi
Watch Dr. Darshak Sanghavi speak to the power of using simple regulatory approaches to address complex problems, in ways that can achieve scale, and potentially improving the health of millions.
- 21:37Virtual Reality for Patient Care: The Cutting Edge & Lessons LearnedBrennan Spiegel
Watch Brennan Spiegel talk about the key learnings of using virtual reality to allow patients to escape their hospital room, and the effect on their well-being.
- 17:14Diabetes Reimagined: Developing an Artificial PancreasJeffrey Brewer
Jeffrey Brewer talks us through the daunting, and constantly fluctuating task of daily insulin management, and how his team is working to eliminate the guesswork.
- 36:52How to Think like Leonardo da VinciMichael Gelb
Generate first, then organize. This, Michael J. Gelb argues, is the key to avoiding premature organization, and unlocking the solution to the challenges you face.
- 12:13Needle Pain Alleviation and BuzzyAmy Baxter
Dr. Amy Baxter brings awareness to needle phobia and procedural pain management.
- 21:30Redesigning Care, Empowered Patient to ClinicianTony Young
Dr. Tony Young lays out the history of healthcare and the NHS to illustrate the rapidly changing relationship that patients have with the field of medicine. Digital patient kits can create empowering personal medicine compared to traditional methods.
- 20:43Survival of the Fastest in a Digital AgeLeerom Segal
Most biotech companies spend up to 15 years and over a billion dollars researching, developing, and commercializing a new drug. Even after getting FDA approval, the clock is ticking on patent exclusivity. Every minute counts getting to market. Leerom Segal presents how digital makes it possible to develop and commercialize with speed, precision, and confidence.
- 16:58Training the Physician of the FutureClay Johnston
Clay Johnston, Dean of Dell Medical School, questions the changes needed for the educational process to ensure success of future physicians, as well as a focus on technology, explores how technology needs to pave the way we be the forefront when educating our new physicians. How do we need to change our educational process to ensure that the physicians of the future can excel?
- 11:40Exponentials in HealthHalle Tecco, Asaf Evenhaim, Greg Schwartz, Jay Goldman
Jay Goldman sits down with Halle Tecco, Asaf Evenhaim, and Greg Szwartz to explore how companies navigate periods of hypergrowth without compromising their mission.
- 18:22The Future of Work: How to Kill a BureaucracyGary Hamel
Gary Hamel details how bureausclerosis can cause systemic challenges in almost any organization.
- 23:40Top Tips for Leaders in the 21st CenturyTom Peters
Tom Peters delves into leadership in healthcare companies and the vital skills top leaders should hone in order to succeed.