The 1st annual Internet of Health Conference 2017
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Thank you for the experience and insight of our speakers.

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Adam Landman, MD, MS, MIS, MHS
Chief Information Officer, Brigham Health
Andrew Colbert, MBA
Managing Director, Healthcare Investment Banking, Ziegler
Arie Shen
Software Creation and Implementation/Business Development, IvyHealth
Bruce Nash, MD, MBA
Chief Physician Executive, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts
David Evans, MD
Senior Medical Director & SVP of Clinical Programs, ActiveHealth Management
David Putrino, PhD
Director of Rehabilitation Innovation & Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Doug Hayes
Chief Executive Officer, Junto Health
Dr. Barry J. Bedell, MD
Founder and CEO, Dynamicly
Dr. Dirk Schroeder, PhD
EVP, Consulting and Research, Pan-American Life Insurance Group & Associate Professor, Emory University
Dr. Jamie Jacobs, PhD
Clinical Psychologist and Research Scientist in the Center Psychiatric Oncology and Behavioral Sciences, Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Karen Amstutz, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Magellan Health
Dr. Li Zhou, MD, MPH
Associate Professor
Etan Walls, CISSP
Chief Operating Officer, Allied Physicians Group
Heather Meyers, MBA
Senior Program Manager - Digital Health, Boston Children's Hospital
Jacob Kagan, MD
Department Chair, Behavioral Health, Atrius Health
Jatin Dave, MPH
Chief Medical Officer, New England Quality Care Alliance
Jiang Li
Chief Executive Officer, VivaLnk, Inc.
Joe Meadows
President, ThinkPatients
Joel J. Reich, MD, MMM, MSH
Interim Cheif Medical Officer, Commonwealth Care Alliance
Johan Botha
Technology Architect, CareSource
John S. Rumsfeld, MD
Chief Innovation Officer, American College of Cardiology & Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine
Jonathan Gordon, MBA
Director, NYP Ventures
Julia Jackson, MBA
Managing Director, Healthcare Transformation Lab, Massachusetts General Hospital
Julie Hall-Barrow
Vice President, Virtual Health & Innovation, Children's Health System of Texas
Julie Reisetter, M.Sci
Vice President Innovation, UCHealth
Kamal Jethwani, MPH
Senior Director for Connected Health Innovation, Partners Healthcare & Assistant Professor, Harvard Medical School
Keith Jennings, MBA
Chief Information Officer, Massachusetts General Hospital
Kim La Fontana
Chief Business Development Officer, DocentHealth
Laurance Stuntz
Director, Massachusetts eHealth Institute at MassTech
Lauren Peters
Undersecretary for Health Policy, Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Luke Bonney
Co-Founder and CEO, Redox
Michael Ricci
Chief Information Offier, Massachusetts Eye & Ear
Nick Dawson, MHA
Executive Director, Johns Hopkins Sibley Innovation Hub
Nitin Gujral, MBA
Director of Software Development, Innovation & Digital Health Accelerator, Boston Children's Hospital
Ries Robinson, MD
SVP and Chief Innovation Officer, Presbyterian Healthcare Services & CEO, Medici Technologies
Sam Nordberg, MD
Medical Director, Behavioral Health Informatics and Innovation, Atrius Health
Tim Raderstorf
Chief Innovation Officer - College of Nursing, Ohio State University
Victor Lanio, MBA
Senior Associate, Flare Capital
Vipul Kashyap, PhD
Director, Clinical Health Information Systems, Northwell Health
Viraj Patwardhan, M.Ucd
Director of Digital Consumer Experience, Jefferson Health

Thank you to our 2017 partners.

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What people had to say:

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A highly relevant event that has potential to drive deeper conversations around delivering greater value to the system of care through IoT partnerships and solutions.

Director of Design, Stryker

This was a fantastic first foray into healthcare for me. Everyone was welcoming, the event was small, which led to better and more meaningful conversations and information exchange.

Private Investor

This was the inaugural event for the Internet of Health. I was very impressed with the quality of the speakers. They represented a cross-section of very impressive institutions.

VP Innovation, UCHealth

Very relevant and standout event - the key driving theme was the value proposition of IoT as opposed to the technology. Logistics and Venue were very good and everything proceeded smoothly as planned!

Director, Northwell Health

Overall excellent, focused, and informative conference.

Manager Complex Device Integration team, University of Michigan

Excellent, very informative, well run conference.

CIO, Brigham and Women's Hospital

Event Highlights 2017.

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Sector News

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Thin film batteries set for solid (state) growth

Smaller, lighter and with no risk of leakages or explosions, thin film batteries based on solid state components are increasingly important to low-power IoT devices.  Thin film batteries power a whole bunch of ‘things’ in the IoT, including smart cards, wireless microsensors, RFID tags, toys and medical patches. These batteries are typically built by depositing […] The post Thin film batteries set for solid (state) growth appeared first on Internet of Business .

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Apple and GE Digital to bring industrial IoT apps to iOS

The advanced industrial predictive and analytics capabilities of General Electric’s Predix IIoT platform will come to Apple’s iOS tomorrow, with the release of the Predix software development kit [SDK]. The new SDK is designed to equip developers with the tools required to build powerful, native apps that combine the advantages of an established industrial internet […] The post Apple and GE Digital to bring industrial IoT apps to iOS appeared first on Internet of Business .

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Lone workers: Protected by the IoT, thanks to senior citizens

In a contributed article for Internet of Business, Peter Marsden, managing director of Doro UK & Ireland, explains how technology originally developed for elderly care could be a lifeline for lone workers.  There are six million lone workers in the UK. These are people defined by the Health and Safety Executive as those who work […] The post Lone workers: Protected by the IoT, thanks to senior citizens appeared first on Internet of Business .

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