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SDForum and Innovation Center Denmark Present: The Future of Health Innovation
Date:10/7/2010

ider treating their patients without the support/advice of health expertise embodied in a system that enables patients to self-care and self-manage their health," says Adam Bosworth, Founder and CEO of Keas, and a keynote speaker at the Future of Health Innovation conference. "Systems are emerging that help consumers get personalized advice and information about their health, and these systems are going to be incredible treasure troves of data about what works, and what doesn't."

"This conference is an exceptional opportunity to share learning lessons for all actors in the industry, from technologists to care providers," says Susan Lucas-Conwell, CEO of SDForum.

Visit The Future of Health Innovation (http://www.futureofhealthinnovation.com) for the full agenda.

Speakers include:

Arne Astrup, University of Copenhagen

Adam Bosworth, KEAS

Henrik Bjerregaard, MedCom

Henning Bruun-Schmidt, IBM ACURE

Anne DeGheest, Medstars

Matthew Douglas, Practice Fusion

Bertel Haarder, Danish Minister for Health and the Interior

Hans Erik Henriksen, Cetrea

Amy Keller, Center for Health Design

Rob Lister, IDEO Claus Meyer, Noma Restaurant

Erik Rasmussen, Monday Morning

Lene Serpa, Novo Nordisk

Thomas Shaughnessy, Sutter Health

Harold Wolf, Kaiser Permanente

Paul Tang, Palo Alto Medical Foundation

Location & Time:

Stanford University, Tresidder Hall, Oak Lounge.

Tuesday, October 26: 9am-5pm

Wednesday, October 27: 9am-4pm

Early Bird Pricing: SDForum members $250; Non-Members $275

Register at: www.sdforum.org/FHI  

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