The digital health events in May and June we’re most excited about
Each month we serve up a fresh slice of our events digest – guiding you to our favorite mixers, talks and conferences in digital health. As the weather warms up, get the inside scoop on the sunniest news in digital health in these summery locations across the country. Enjoy.
5/15-16, Wireless Life Sciences Alliance Convergence Summit, San Diego, CA
The two-day annual flagship event of WLSA brings together dynamic leaders from healthcare, technology and wireless health communication to tackle the biggest issues facing connected health.
5/22, When I’m 164: The New Science of Radical Life Extension, Lafayette, CA
How long do you really want to live? Scientists from universities, research institutes and of course — Google are looking for the fountain of youth to extend the average life span by decades. Join David Ewing Duncan for the evening to explore the science of radical life extension and the science behind it.
5/28-29, New York Times Health For Tomorrow, San Francisco
Hosted at UCSF Mission Bay, this event brings together 300 leaders across science, research, academia, government, private equity, banking and think tanks to discuss the major challenges and opportunities in healthcare today, including healthcare reform, skyrocketing costs, new technology and new demands on healthcare workers.
6/9-10, Humanizing Healthcare Technologies, Asheville, NC
Join Rock Health CEO Halle Tecco, Vocera CMO Bridget Duffy, three Rock Health portfolio founders, along with entrepreneurs, investors and and industry for this inaugural event in beautiful Asheville, NC to re-imagine the patient experience, care delivery and communication in healthcare.
6,9-10, MIT Technology Review Digital Summit, San Francisco
We’re sitting at the beginning of a radical technological transformation. From the mobile invasion to connected everything, get the inside scoop on tomorrow’s innovations, their global impact and who is making them happen. Join MIT Technology Review and explore everything from connected health to connected cities and cars, digital privacy and the disappearing interface.