DellEMC has once again invited me back to participate at the 6th annual #TransformHIT Healthcare Think Tank event happening Tuesday, April 18, 2017 from Noon ET (9 AM PT) – 3 PM ET (Noon PT). I think I’ve been lucky enough to participate 5 of the 6 years and I’ve really enjoyed every one of them. DellEMC does a great job bringing together really smart, interesting people and encourages a sincere, open discussion of major healthcare IT topics. Plus, they do a great job making it so everyone can participate, watch, and share virtually as well.
This year they asked me to moderate the Think Tank which will be a fun new adventure for me, but my job will be made easy by this exceptional list of people that will be participating:
- John Lynn (@techguy)
- Paul Sonnier (@Paul_Sonnier)
- Linda Stotsky (@EMRAnswers)
- Joe Babaian (@JoeBabaian)
- Dr. Joe Kim (@DrJosephKim)
- Andy DeLaO (@cancergeek)
- Dan Munro (@danmunro)
- Dr. Jeff Trent (@TGen)
- Shahid Shah (@ShahidNShah)
- Dave Dimond(@NextGenHIT)
- Mike Feibus (@MikeFeibus)
This panel is going to take on three hot topics in the healthcare industry today:
- Consumerism in Healthcare
- Precision Medicine
- Big Data and AI in Healthcare
The great thing is that you can watch the whole #TransformHIT Think Tank event remotely on Livestream (recording will be available after as well). We’ll be watching the #TransformHIT tweet stream and messages to @DellEMCHealth during the event as well if you want to ask any questions or share any insights. We’ll do our best to add outside people’s comments and questions into the discussion. The Think Tank is being held in Phoenix, AZ, so if you’re local there are a few audience seats available if you’d like to come watch live and meet any of the panelists in person. Just let me know in the comments or on our contact us page and I can give you more details.
If you have an interest in healthcare consumerism, precision medicine, or big data and AI in healthcare, then please join us on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 from Noon ET (9 AM PT) – 3 PM ET (Noon PT) for the live stream. It’s sure to be a lively and interesting discussion.
UPDATE: In case you missed watching the event live, you can watch the recorded video of the Think Tank event below: