NextGen:Health Conference on Innovation in Healthcare/NYC/Full day of CME (NextGen:Health Confe)

Venue: New York

Location: New York, United States

Event Date/Time: Mar 29, 2012 End Date/Time: Mar 29, 2012
Registration Date: Mar 29, 2012
Early Registration Date: Dec 30, 2011
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Description

NextGen:Health (http://nextgenhealth.com) brings together top innovators from all aspects of healthcare to share innovative ideas on increasing patient wellbeing, improving experiences of the doctors, staff, patients, and families, and enabling better research and data-sharing. Talks are short, engaging and entertaining. The topics are game-changing BIG ideas.

March 29, 2012, Tribeca Performing Arts Center, NYC.

In one day in NYC, you’ll be exposed to the greatest minds in modern medicine and healthcare from around the world. Intense, entertaining, eye-opening talks will give you new perspectives and resources. You will learn, inspire, and connect. Join us.

Speakers and Topics:

Douglas Drossman, MD, UNC School of Medicine
Effective communication skills to improve the physician-patient relationship

Dr. Nicholas F. LaRusso, Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation
Learning from Failure: Lessons from the Center for Innovation at Mayo Clinic

Herbert Chase, IBM Watson Project, Columbia University
Your new co-pilot: Using algorithms and AI to help patients faster

Brian Forrest MD Access Healthcare; Direct Pay Health; UNC Chapel Hill
Keeping it Simple: How to Run a Private Practice in the 21st century and Thrive

Howard Luks, MD, Mayo Clinic Center for Social Media, Doximity
Social Media and health care: Empowering patients and doctors around the world, are you next?

Joseph Ravenell, MD, NYU School of Medicine, Center for Healthful Behavioral Change
The healthcare barbershop buzz: Taking healthcare to the patient

Dr. John Moore, MIT Media Lab, New Media Medicine Group
Utilizing technology and collaboration to improve health outcomes and the patient experience

Scott Johnson, Founder, Myelin Repair Foundation
Breaking from the Past to Breakthrough to Cures-The Accelerated Collaboration Model

Ted Kaptchuk, Harvard, Beth Israel Deaconess
When East Meets West: The place of eastern medicine in western medical practice

Juhan Sonin, Involution Studios
Hacking Health: Designing for and understanding your health

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