2015 PARTNERS HEALTHCARE CONNECTED HEALTH SYMPOSIUM
Boston Seaport Hotel & World Trade CenterBOSTON, USA Visit the Venue to read more
As you might imagine, our team puts a lot of thought into creating a dynamic, thought-provoking and innovative program. As a provider organization, we maintain high standards for industry interactions, enabling us to deliver a two-day program featuring sought-after speakers, visionary topics and unique opportunities to interact with key collaborators and decision-makers. 2015 is already shaping up to be an exciting Symposium.
The Internet of Healthy ThingsSM is a concept I am very interested in and committed to, particularly as we are seeing remarkable interest in personal health technologies from disparate industries and organizations. Consumer technologies companies, pharma and life sciences leaders, pharmacies, even athletic apparel designers and auto manufacturers are developing products and services that will seamlessly integrate health and wellness into our day-to-day lives. This is important, it's game changing and it's the future.
No longer are we fighting to establish connected health as a valuable and necessary component of healthcare delivery. Mobile health, remote monitoring, virtual care, smart homes -- all of it is real and happening in communities and clinical practices around the world. Our challenge now is widespread implementation of these technologies, bringing connected health to scale.
Connecting all of our personal health devices, apps and programs -- and securely sharing self-collected data with providers and others in our social network -- is the next milestone we must achieve in our march towards adoption. We must make the collection, transmission and presentation of this data user-friendly, personal and actionable for patients/consumers and providers.
Engagement. Connectivity. Scaling connected health. These are some of the topics on my mind, and which will be a big part of our Connected Health Symposium.
What does it all mean for the future of health, wellness and care delivery? I hope you will be with us in October to join the dialogue, learn from true visionaries and be a part of the solution.
Joseph Kvedar, MD
Vice President, Connected Health
Group registrations not allowed
Accompanying persons not allowed
We don’t accept Online Abstracts
This year's Symposium will be held at the Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center, located on the Boston Waterfront in the bustling Seaport Innovation District and conveniently accessible to all major points of interest as well as public transit.
Boston Seaport Hotel & World Trade Center
1 Seaport Lane
Boston, MA 02210
Connected to our Symposium is the Expo, which provides companies and organizations with a unique opportunity to interact with a diverse group of attendees representing dozens of fields, including healthcare, research, communications, policy, and academia.
Each year, more than 1000 attendees are exposed to new offerings, products, ideas, and services courtesy of our sponsors and exhibitors.
Sign up now to secure your spot! Click here to purchase exhibit/ad space or contact DeAnna Grosbaum, 617-724-3178.
Who attends the Connected Health Expo:
Providers: integrating innovations in healthcare delivery
Researchers: showcasing personal connected health
Developers: applying user-friendly design to make health addictive
Healthcare Executives: reducing costs and improving outcomes
Patients: using new tools for better self-management
We invite you to explore the exhibit and promotional opportunities in our rate sheet. Exhibit opportunities are available for Start-ups. Contact DeAnna Grosbaum for details and requirements.
Why you should exhibit at the Connected Health Symposium Expo:
Attendance by target customers, e.g. decision makers from health systems, payors, senior clinicians, etc.
The opportunity to learn from others in the industry who have had success in developing and implementing connected health solutions
Industry specific content on how to successfully implement connected health
Various Networking opportunities (receptions, networking activities throughout the day, online meeting facilitation tool)
John Coco , Symposium Coordinator , Partners HealthCare Connected Health