Michele Barry, Director of Global Health Programs in Medicine at Stanford leads a distinguished group of global health professionals who have created innovative programs to benefit their respective countries’ health services.
Using workflow automation and tracking solutions to address the needs of the acute care hospital marketplace.
Focusing on unmet needs, healthcare entrepreneurs provide their in-the-trenches perspectives on advancing medical technologies. Working to extend and enhance lives.
John Capek talks about ways we can improve the potential success for technologies in order to improve the delivery of healthcare over the next decade.
Representatives from various investment firms explain the medical innovation funding landscape, and advise early stage innovators with creative ways to navigate these complexities.
Park discusses how methods of efficiency developed in industries outside of health care need to be brought in to rework the health care industry.
Psychologist and innovator Dr. BJ Fogg discusses his model which outlines techniques to stop or decrease behaviors that are unhealthy or start or increase more healthful habits.
Former FDA Commissioner David Kessler discusses how we define the cultural norm for food consumption and what role our government should play in regulating food companies.
CDC Deputy Director for Policy and Communication Donald Shriber speaks about how the agency coordinates and manages its efforts and resources to respond to emerging threats to global health.
Stanford Professor Robert Proctor presents scholarly research and advocates for pressure against the forces of the tobacco industry.