Health Technology Forum Innovation Conference Comes to Stanford University
Health Technology Forum (HTF) will hold the fifth annual Innovation Conference at Stanford on May 22-23 highlighting new models, technologies and ideas that are transforming healthcare. This year’s conference theme, “Common Good” will feature one and half days of programs designed to spark collaboration and thought leadership amongst those bringing innovation to the healthcare sector.
The conference brings together leading service providers, entrepreneurs, researchers, policy makers, physicians and academics to share ideas and innovations in the quickly changing healthcare horizon. The conference will be focusing on advancements in Population Health, Applications bettering the Underserved and showcasing new delivery models for enabling Home and Community Based Care.
“This year’s conference promises to be exciting and thought provoking as the pace of ideas in the health technology space is quickly accelerating,” says HTF founder Pronoy Saha. “It’s especially an honour to bring our community to Stanford on our 5th year anniversary where more than 60 speakers will take the stage.”
The conference offers keynotes, panels, demos, workshops, and expo. The conference will aid collaboration, knowledge sharing and networking amongst enthusiastic participants from industry, startups, providers, government, NGOs, funders, sponsors and members. “We see this as a great opportunity to connect our faculty members, researchers, and students who are passionate about improving care, as well as collaborating with this dynamic community of thought leaders who are so determined about improving the care for all globally,” commented Dr. Todd Ferris, MD, Chief Technology Officer, Stanford School of Medicine.
About the Health Technology Forum
The Health Technology Forum is an association dedicated to improving access to affordable healthcare by promoting the development and adoption of innovative technologies to transform health. Founded in 2010, HTF promotes the intersection of healthcare and technology by connecting people worldwide who have common interest in making healthcare better, more accessible and affordable for everyone. There are currently 17 chapters worldwide across 3 continents. Healthcare for the people, by the people.
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