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Connected Health: Emerging Technologies Poised to Make our Lives Better

March 29 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm

$20 - $45

Emerging technology is changing the way we live. Nowhere is this more apparent than with advances in healthcare. Technology is connecting patients, caregivers and healthcare companies. Doing so empowers all parties with data to make better decisions.

Join us on March 29th to hear about some of the most exciting wearable technologies on the front wave of transformation in healthcare. From devices that measure brain activity and track workouts, to systems that stimulate muscles to minimize workouts, to body sensors and voice-activated collaborative care solutions that help improve patient engagement and quality of care, the possibilities are near endless. Do today’s realities measure up to the promises? Where are they exceeding expectations?

Dr. Joseph Kvedar, vice president of connected health at Boston-based Partners HealthCare, will provide the evening’s opening remarks. He will be followed by leading entrepreneurs and innovators in the connected healthcare space who will showcase emerging technologies, including:

 

  • Neumitra: Founder and CEO Rob Goldberg — Embedded biomodules help measure and manage the autonomic nervous system.
  • Humon: Co-founder Allesandro Babini — The first wearable that measures oxygen levels within muscle, providing real-time feedback to optimize workouts and perfect training.
  • Orbita: CEO Bill Rogers — Empowers non-technical users to design and maintain “voice-first” digital healthcare assistants; also the first app combining data from wearables and connected devices to guide insightful care journey management
  • MC10: Co-founder and SVP of Corporate Development Ben Schlatka – Reshapes electronics to create thin, conformal systems that flex, stretch and bend seamlessly with the natural world.
  • Scensio Systems: Senior Advisor Howard Brick — Monitors and improves patient healthcare leveraging AI and personalized health coaching.
  • MobioSense: Chief Medical Officer Justin Yang — Instant and affordable heart disease monitoring to prevent acute heart attacks.
  • Emerald Innovations: An executive from Emerald Innovations — Modern fall detection for caregivers.

Additionally, the evening’s moderator, John Loughnane, MD, chief of innovation, Commonwealth Care Alliance, will discuss how these technologies are being used to improve healthcare and overall quality of life.

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Event Schedule

5:30 – 6:00pm  Registration and Networking
6:00 – 8:00pm  Welcome, Startup Pitches  and Panel Discussion
8:00 – 9:00pm Drinks and Networking in the R&D Pub, 4th floor MIT Stata Center

Details

Date:
March 29
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Cost:
$20 - $45
Website:
http://bit.ly/2mu2afl

Venue

MIT Stata Center (Kirsh Auditorium)
32 Vassar Street
Cambridge,MA02139United States
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