The Offices of Morrison & Foerster, LLP | New York, NY
The Offices of Morrison & Foerster, LLP | New York, NY
The complex multiplayer landscape of healthcare has an emerging secret weapon in the form of Blockchain technology. Just as it has done for financial services and supply chain professionals, Blockchain offers health care providers, insurers and pharmaceutical companies a new platform for cooperation and interoperability that will increase profits while simultaneously improving patient outcomes. The Blockchain Healthcare Summit, presented by Momentum Events, brings all of the relevant stakeholders into one room to develop the tactics for incorporating Blockchain technology with AI, IoT and Cloud Computing in order to increase efficiency, transparency and security in the healthcare industry.
No matter whether you are a provider, payer or life sciences exec, The Blockchain Healthcare Summit offers you the speakers, content and insights needed to unify your technological systems and cross-vertical relationships for cost-savings and improved patient outcomes. You will leave this event ready to provide increased value to your customers, clients and stakeholders.
Explore proven blockchain use-cases in order to understand how blockchain can be harnessed to improve the health outcomes of patients and the communities they live in.
Discover how blockchain can seamlessly and securely capture, track and share the entire patient health experience.
Hear firsthand what blockchain-driven innovations will have a profound impact on the global health community.
The 2019 Blockchain Healthcare Summit will bring you some of today’s most compelling and sought after thought-leaders from the world’s biggest brands who are driving change and innovation across the healthcare continuum.
Our chair will lay the groundwork for how we will provide an evidence-based exploration of Blockchain applications for the healthcare community.
Dr. Raju will share how in a rapidly changing healthcare marketplace, emerging technologies have the potential to address social determinants of health. He will explore if this approach can be an essential part of the organizational strategy of health care systems in order to improve the health outcomes of patients and the communities they live in. As Senior Vice President and Community Health Investment Officer for Northwell Health, he evaluates the needs of most-vulnerable communities and provides solutions by leveraging innovative solutions and collaborating with community-based organizations. He is responsible for promoting, sustaining and advancing an environment that supports equity and diversity, and helping the health system eliminate health disparities.
Credentialing may look very different in a few years when a healthcare practitioner is able to maintain a portable credentialing wallet and share verified credentials with the click of a button. Credentialing criteria which include information like education, training and board certification could be stored on blockchains - verified once - making trustworthy information available quickly. In this presentation, we will share how healthcare organizations who are willing to invest in blockchain can share information with trusted partners to decrease operational expenses and increase practitioner satisfaction. Additionally, we will address the necessary changes for the network effect to become the new status quo.
Blockchain has the potential to offer a seamless and secure way to capture, track and share the entire patient health experience. We will have healthcare and technology providers share insight on how to work to create trust among the stakeholders and towards supporting the interest of the patients. The session will also explore blockchain-related innovations that will have an impact on the management of insurance and billing practices and health records. Moderator:
As the blockchain & healthcare industry continues to mature, strategic buyers are increasingly active in this space as they seek to expand their portfolio or enter into new business sectors. Please join us for a compelling panel that will discuss legal and financial issues that ought to be considered in order to successfully complete an M&A transaction in the blockchain & healthcare industry.
In this session, we will look at key operational implications of CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) and explore how it impacts the services your organization provides and how you interact with internal and external partners. With a working understanding of how blockchain can play a major role in privacy-safe collaboration, you'll leave with next steps to prepare for CCPA and how your organization can collaborate in a privacy-safe manner.
Blockchain is one of the most prominent buzzwords in health IT, but figuring out which vendors are experienced and healthcare-oriented can be challenging when first looking into the technology. Knowing what to look for and what questions to ask potential vendors will ensure that the organization has confidence in their healthcare blockchain solution and full vendor support. We will also evaluate and discuss key questions including proof of concept and how to build internal buy-in? How to protect patient data? Best practices from blockchain pilot programs? How vendors can work with cross-functional departments? Moderator:
In order to roll out an innovative technology, you first have to create an environment that encourages and supports organizational innovation. Johnson & Johnson Innovation, JLABS (JLABS) provides a capital-efficient, resource-rich environment where emerging companies can transform the science of today into the breakthrough healthcare solutions of tomorrow. During this session, Kate will examine the ways in which the JLABS model supports emerging entrepreneurs in the health tech and block chain space, including a description of current blockchain JLABS companies and identified partners.
Blockchain opens new horizons for consumers to generate and keep secure digital biomarkers from their phones and connected devices. Valuable idle data should advance scientific discoveries and healthcare while individuals keep control and ownership of their data for personal and societal benefit. Neuronytics’ new platform acquires neural and vital sign data which when combined with AI, affords development of new digital biomarkers for noncommunicable diseases. The Neuronytics health marketplace on the blockchain incentivizes health tracking and biomarker discovery by allowing individuals to monetize their health data. The low-cost of digital biomarker acquisition and far reach of the biomarker marketplace can transform global health, especially in low and middle-income countries. Longitudinal biomarker data collection on large scale, can similarly transform the conducting of clinical trials, ensuring replicability of health research and its representativeness of the world’s populations.
Blockchain technology naturally lends itself to alliances. A successful alliance goes beyond grabbing headlines to improving bottom lines. Delivering business value with blockchain technology while mitigating early adopter risks requires a focus on a minimally viable approach. This session introduces you to a minimum viability framework for blockchain alliances.
This presentation will describe the potential impact of blockchain on global health and international development, especially as it pertains to low and middle-income countries. In particular, it will focus on supply chain management, financing and funding of health programs, data management, and licensing and credentialing processes as they pertain to the global health community.
“The rights, safety, and well-being of subjects participating in clinical trials are the most important considerations [E6 (R2) Good Clinical Practice].” The objective of this session is to discuss the value proposition of blockchain technology for various stakeholders in the complex clinical trial ecosystem, Boehringer Ingelheim’s approach to testing this value proposition in clinical trials, and a call to action to partner for success in order to serve the needs of patients and the healthcare system.
*Agenda is subject to change.
Blockchain Healthcare Summit will be an invitation-only event for senior executives involved in:
Sponsoring the Blockchain Healthcare Summit is a great way to enhance your brands’ visibility and help you connect with top-level decision-makers, innovators, and industry disruptors. There are a number of ways to maximize branding opportunities at the summit.
Sponsorship opportunities are available in a variety of price ranges. For more information, please contact Danielle Gonzalez, Sales Director at Danielle@momentumevents.com.
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