CONNECTED HEALTH CONFERENCE • Boston, MA • October 25-27, 2017

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2017 Connected Health Conference

Boston, MA
Oct. 25-27, 2017

Life Sciences and MedTech Roundtable

Date: Wednesday, October 25, 2017
Time: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: Seaport World Trade Center - Harborview 2
Registration fee: $175
*Separate registration required. Add-on to registration through conference registration system. Receive a $50 package discount when combining with CHC General Attendee Registration. 


Event Concept

This program is a half day, co-located meeting at Connected Health Conference. Participants will convene from a broad range of organizations in the life sciences, medical technology, health care, regulatory and distribution sectors to share experience and information regarding successes and challenges in leveraging digital andcommunications technologies in products and services.

Some of the key topics we expect to explore include:

  • State of the market - the outlook for connected health companies and products.
  • The emerging category of digital therapeutics.
  • Evolution of traditional pharma and medical technology business models.
  • Regulatory challenges and opportunities – adapting to fast-moving technology and the promise of real world evidence.


Light lunch to start the meetings, followed by the program. The rest of the agenda will consist of outlooks and reflector panels blended with roundtable discussion to create an inclusive environment and facilitated participant discussion and interaction.

Target Audience

  • Pharma, biotech and device companies working in or interested in connected health, including c-suite, research, marketing, business development, regulatory, legal and IT leadership roles
  • Contract research organizations
  • Vendors developing connected health solutions for life sciences companies, or
  • managing adherence or other connected health programs
  • Regulatory officials with purview over biologics, apps, devices
  • Market research firms/analysts serving the life sciences and digital health sectors
  • Investors in the life sciences
  • Retail pharmacies and health care providers



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