CONNECTED HEALTH CONFERENCE • SAVE THE DATE • October 16-18, 2019 • Boston, MA
In less than one week, digital health professionals, advocates and many others will be arriving in Boston to begin three days of networking, sharing case studies and discussion about the latest developments in the field of connected healthcare. While we feel the best place to be during the 2018 Connected Health Conference is onsite with us, we realize not everyone is able to join us in Boston. For this reason, we are excited to share two sessions on Facebook Live that we feel are important in the discussion of balancing technology and the human element.
Tune in on Thursday, October 18 from 2:40 – 3:30pm EST for a panel titled Bots for Socialization and Care Delivery: Exploring the Limits of Bot-Human Interaction. Speakers from Technical University of Delft and Foundation for Responsible Robotics, OhmniLabs, Conversa Health and CVS Health ask what the best role is for bots in healthcare.
Right after this deep-dive into the future of healthcare bots, catch a session titled Suicide in Young and Old: From Digital Crisis Management to Prediction from 3:40-4:30pm EST. Panelists from Massachusetts General Hospital, the UnLonely Project and Weill Cornell Medicine discuss opportunities available with texting and smartphones in providing real-time support to people in crisis and their loved ones.
Make sure to receive a reminder when these sessions go live by following us on Facebook! In the meantime, revisit our Facebook Live sessions from last year’s Connected Health Conference below.
How Startups and Health Systems Can Collaborate in Business & Clinical Innovation
Discussing different approaches to innovation and their relative strengths in the context of mutually beneficial collaborations between health systems and startups.
Envisioning the Connected Life Journey
From prevention and wellness to acute and chronic care, the connected life journey means engaging individuals with regular--or even continuous--opportunities to understand and improve their health