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2017 Connected Health Conference

October 25 - October 27

We are at an important juncture in the evolution of the connected health market, with increased interest from major companies, investors, government agencies and consumers, as well as growing acceptance from healthcare providers.

So it is fitting that the 2017 Connected Health Conference brings together the highly regarded Partners Connected Health Symposium and the PCHAlliance Connected Health Conference (formerly the mHealth Summit), to create the preeminent leadership gathering focused on the rapidly expanding field of technology-enabled health and wellness. Joseph C. Kvedar, MD, Vice President, Connected Health at Partners HealthCare, is serving as Program Chair for the Conference.

This year’s theme, The Connected Life Journey: Shaping Health and Wellness for Every Generation, will reimagine health and wellbeing throughout the life cycle, emphasizing new research, evidence and real-world examples, business models and actionable knowledge to support the adoption and implementation of personal connected health at every age and stage of life.

Taking place in Boston, a hub of health and innovation, the 9th annual Connected Health Conference will convene a multi-disciplinary and high-profile audience of more than 2,500 health and industry leaders world-wide: hospital executives, community-based MDs, health plan leaders, Fortune 500 employers, policy makers, researchers, technology developers, leading investors, patients and advocates. Insightful programming and visionary presentations will focus on advancing progress in care delivery and the innovative application of personal connected health technologies.

The new Connected Health Conference will feature TED style 20-minute keynotes, interactive panels, debates and interviews, demos of new and game-changing technologies and an exhibit hall showcasing the latest global developments and innovations.

Pamela Bump

Pamela Bump

Pamela Bump is a candidate for the Master of Science in Media Ventures at Boston University. After receiving a B.A. for a dual major in Journalism and Communication Studies from Keene State College in 2014, she became the Web Editor and Social Media Expert at Taste for Life Magazine, an alternative health publication. She then served as Copy Editor at The Keene Sentinel, a daily newspaper in Keene, N.H. While editing daily city news and designing pages for print, she also managed, edited, and contributed to a weekly health section.

As a Media Ventures student with a passion for health journalism, Pamela hopes to use her time at MedTech to expand storytelling skills, while learning about leadership and innovation in the media-startup industry.
Pamela Bump

Details

Start:
October 25
End:
October 27
Website:
http://www.connectedhealthconf.org/boston/2017/overview

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