Digital health events digest, June 2014
With the New York Times Health for Tomorrow Conference and Apple’s WWDC in our rear-view mirrors we cruise into June’s best digital health events. Put your top down, it’s going to be a nice ride.
6/1-3 Health Datapalooza, Washington, DC
Startups, academics and government agencies flock to the nation’s capital to discuss the most innovative and efficient uses of health data. Winner’s of Health Datapalooza’s national competition will demo their apps and products during the conference.
6/9-10 2014 Healthcare Quality Conference H2T Humanizing Healthcare Technologies, Asheville, NC #H2T2014
Join Rock Health’s Halle Tecco, Vocera Chief Medical Officer Bridget Duffy, industry experts, medical practitioners and patients in beautiful Asheville, NC for an introspective look at healthcare technologies. Learn how technology can make healthcare less bureaucratic and more hippocratic.
6/9-10 MIT Technology Review Digital Summit, San Francisco, CA #MITTRSummit
At a time when digital technologies are rapidly gaining adoption worldwide, hear from the who’s who of the digital revolution about navigating the future of our connected world. Join innovators, VCs and academics along with other experts as they paint a picture of our digital future.
6/10 Transformation to Patient-Centered Healthcare in the Digital Age, Irvine, CA
Head to UC Irvine as healthcare leaders pioneering innovation in patient-care explore how a data-driven future can enhance healthcare delivery and minimize costs.
6/16 Rock Health Angels, San Francisco, CA
This event, for doctors and other health professionals looking to become angel investors will be led by Sam Brasch, a Managing Director of Kaiser Permanente Ventures. This interactive 411 on angel investing will include live pitches from Rock Health portfolio companies and a discussion on intuition in angel investing.
6/18 Summer Summit Health Innovator’s Bootcamp, San Francisco, CA #digitalhealthSF
Hosted by the Digital Health Summer Summit, Rock Health is producing this startup bootcamp that dives into navigating the rapidly changing digital health space. Hear from technical experts, leading companies and organizations as they clarify regulations around technology and elucidate the product development process. The first workshop will focus on building privacy and security into your app, payment transformation, open federal data and the emerging FHIR standard. The second workshop will cover aspects of product development and design, marketing and regulatory strategy.