With continued record-breaking funding, digital health is showing no signs of slowing down. With this accelerated growth, complex hurdles continue to emerge. How is the industry addressing regulation, privacy, strategic business models, reimbursement and the ever-looming changes to the ACA?
Welcome to Day Two of the Digital Health Summit @ CES
Welcome to day two of the 9th Annual Digital Health Summit at CES. Prepare yourself for an incredibly packed day where you’ll hear from some of the top experts in digital health, healthcare, technology, journalism and more.
Digital Health Summit
Meet the Transformers in Digital Health
The ACA ushered in the era of transformation. Meet the CEOs of the companies that are not only surviving, but thriving.
As federal policy drives the industry toward value-based care and capitated payments, a few companies have embraced these changes head-on.
This panel brings together the leaders of businesses from across the care continuum, with diverse perspectives ranging from that of a provider of behavioral health services, a unique primary care model, and a provider of care collaboration solutions. While their business models differ, these companies are united by a mission to find new ways to improve outcomes and quality while reducing costs for the overall healthcare system.
Health Tech Insider
Chief Medical Officer
President and CEO
Chief Medical Officer
The Government’s Role in Deploying Digital Health
Fact: Government plays a very important role in advancing the adoption of digital health. But like any new industry, policymakers need to get educated and up-to-speed from those working on the frontlines. And still, the process is a long and arduous one.
From the HHS, Congress, NHS, FDA and others, it’s critical the digital health industry gain the support and official backing to deploy health tech programs on a grand scale giving way to a fully integrated ecosystem.
Join the CEO of Humetrix, a digital health pioneer blazing the trail to give patients access to their health records, for a talk on where the state-of-affairs lies with pushing important legislation through. After testifying before Congress on just this matter, she continues to advocate and move this needle forward.
Healthcare Has Problems: Blockchain Has Answers
Healthcare is tasked with managing the torrent of data between dozens of insurers, thousands of providers, and millions of patients quickly and securely. Success, thus far, has been elusive. But blockchain processes -- decentralized, accessible, and cryptographically protected -- may offer the digital solutions that healthcare has been seeking.
Head of Digital Health, MedTech
Senior Distinguished Engineer
What Will You Do With Democratized Health Data?
Connecting to an application programming interface (API) is a relatively trivial task these days. Exchanging healthcare data as part of a business workflow, however, is a completely different story. The issues: security, privacy, interoperability, modernizing infrastructure, scaling and more.
Hear case studies on how healthcare and digital health companies are flowing data through a new API platform to accelerate their business growth. Their experience may be the new benchmark, raising your expectations of what democratized health data can do for you.
Director of Marketing
UnitedHealthcare Rallies Data into Action
They say two heads are better than one, but what about millions? What if you could optimize your health care interactions by learning from the experiences of millions of other people similar to yourself? UnitedHealthcare and Rally Health have partnered to do exactly that: help consumers improve their health care experiences, using the power of data and technology.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to take a look inside two of the nation’s leading healthcare companies, and discover how these organizations are continuing to innovate by converting data into action.
Technology Columnist for USA TODAY and CIO Magazine; President and Principal Analyst
Chief Consumer Officer
Chief Revenue Officer
Johnson & Johnson: How a 130 Year Old Company is Transforming Health and Wellbeing
Where Johnson & Johnson goes, health and wellbeing follows. For more than 130 years, Johnson & Johnson has been changing the course of human health through its iconic brands that are synonymous with wellness and innovation. Now more than ever, the company is leveraging technology to make an impact in remarkable ways.
In this one-on-one fireside chat, Johnson & Johnson Group Worldwide Chair Sandra Peterson will share a glimpse into these transformative changes and where the company is headed next.
Group Worldwide Chair
Johnson & Johnson
Founder, Host and CEO
Coffee Break Hosted By Vēdius
Time to schmooze, grab a snack and that much needed cup of coffee. Thank you to our Break Sponsor Vēdius.
Today’s Pharma, hospitals and physicians are integrating and deploying technology in profound and unique ways. From designing the hospital of the future TODAY to pharma delivering unprecedented preventative care, remarkable digital strategies are offering agile, efficient and effective solutions.
Philips and American Well Redefine the Hospital of the Future
The hospitals of the not-so-distant future won’t just be buildings where you go when you’re sick or injured. Rather, a network of healthcare providers will monitor you when you’re healthy and deploy services to your home when you’re not. Your doctor might be an expert physician thousands of miles away who uses vast troves of data from devices you wear to guide your treatment.
In short, the hospital and clinic won’t be at the center of your healthcare. You will be. And this shift is already underway.
Director, UCSF Skeletal Health Service, Health Innovation & Technology in Ortho (HITO), Dept Orthopaedic Surgery
Chairman and CEO
Chief Innovation and Strategy Officer
What’s Driving Teva Pharmaceuticals Bold Moves into Digital Health?
Teva Pharmaceuticals is a global leader in generic medications – but it wants to become something more. The company is transforming itself into a digital innovator to compete with fast-moving tech giants like Apple and Amazon as they leap into healthcare.
That means partnering with IBM Watson Health to power better outcomes for Teva’s customers around the world. It means bundling their medications with digital products so these customers can better manage their conditions between doses. And it means planning with the wisdom of a 150-year-old pharmaceutical leader … but moving with the speed of a young startup.
Vice President of Digital Health
The Shift to Consumer Grade Devices in Clinical Settings
The “stethoscope era” of medicine is over. As healthcare providers grapple with the skyrocketing burden of chronic diseases fueled by behavioral choices, they need information. Not just a few numbers during occasional office visits -- doctors now need to monitor patients’ real-time blood pressure, glucose, heart rate, physical activity, and sleep. So bring on the wearables!
These noninvasive, relatively inexpensive devices remotely guide doctors toward value-based care decisions, alert them to emergencies, and support conversations with patients about medication adherence and lifestyle choices. The stethoscope of tomorrow just might be a new app you learn about today!
Sr. Manager Sales and Marketing
LUNCH & LEARN: Decoding and Mobilizing Data for Value-Based Healthcare
The plight of healthcare providers today can be summed up with three words: Death By Spreadsheet. With systems generating vast amounts of data, it’s a herculean task to pull all that data together so that populations can be analyzed, segmented, and targeted appropriately. As we shift to value-based care, the need to make sense of this massive amount of valuable information and drive action takes on even greater urgency.
Join a learning session with CEO Michael Jarjour from ODH, Inc., one of the nation’s leading companies fusing the latest science and technology to transform the use of health care data from disparate sources to drive better patient care and cost management.
Those that join us for this fascinating session will then be treated to lunch courtesy of ODH—Bon Appétit!
President and CEO
Sleep technologies have hit the industry full-throttle. Having proven that sleep deprivation can lead to diabetes, heart disease and other serious illnesses, innovations such as mobile apnea devices, bedside monitors and smart mattresses are poised to tackle the sleep epidemic.
The Day Medicine, Science and Tech Built a Better Snooze Button
Millions of Americans barely remember what good sleep feels like. The national epidemic of sleep deprivation is causing energy levels to crash, work productivity to suffer, and chronic disease to skyrocket.
In this session, Philips, a leader in clinical sleep solutions, has assembled a panel of renowned experts in sleep medicine and behavioral health.
You’ll hear an eye-opening exploration into the intersection where new technology, better sleep, and improved health meet. In the process, you’ll be introduced to Philip’s revolutionary new innovation that’s set to provide better rest to our chronic, sleep-deprived population.
Pulmonary, Critical Care & Sleep Specialist; USC Professor & Author
University of Southern California (USC)
Associate Professor of Medicine
National Jewish Health
Senior Vice President and Digital Technology Leader
Chief Medical Officer Sleep and Respiratory Care
Sleep Awakens: Consumer’s Biggest Brands Wake Up to the Sleep Epidemic
We know this epidemic is real—and it’s dangerous. And while there is no shortage of sleep products on the market, being able to validate their usefulness is a whole different story. But data speaks and it speaks loudly. So how is technology playing a significant role in combatting this epidemic?
We are thrilled to welcome back one of America’s most renowned and respected physicians, Dr. Mehmet Oz, where he’ll be joined by the CEO of SleepScore Labs and some very special (surprise) guests—the leaders from some of today’s biggest, most respected and most in-demand consumer luxury brands that are about to make sleep their top priority.
Professor of Surgery
Co-Founder and CEO
Big Health Ltd.
Professor of Neurology; Former President of American Academy of Sleep Medicine
University of Washington
Scientific Insights into the Future of Sleep Tech
Americans don’t get enough sleep. Our 90-mile-per-hour, work now, sleep later culture, not only leaves us cranky and desperate for a cup of caffeine in the morning; but also puts us at risk for a laundry list of health conditions. Hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and obesity have all been linked to poor sleep.
In this session, Shelly Ibach, the President and CEO of Sleep Number, pioneer in biometric sleep tracking and adjustability, will share the latest scientific discoveries that will drive future innovations delivering Americans, and the world, a better night’s sleep, and in turn, better health.
President and CEO
Sleep Tech: A Fad, A Failure or The Future?
Sleep is poised to topple obesity as the most talked about health obsession of our age. Everyone from Arianna Huffington, to Dr. Oz to YouTube cult sensation CollegeHumor is weighing in on the importance of a good night’s rest.
Grappling through the buzz, the question remains: Is research and technology in this industry a sustainable investment of time and resources or is it just an easy-money trail to the latest fad?
Indus River Ventures
Indus River Ventures
SPOTLIGHT SESSION: A New First Responder: Saving Lives with Doctor-Trained A.I.
Imagine having 108,000 doctors on call 24/7/365 to answer your health questions. Imagine the lives you could save by virtually deploying those doctors in real time to a disaster area or population in need anywhere around the globe. Imagine the kind of artificial intelligence you could create by integrating the collective experience of those doctors into a cloud-based Health Operating System.
You can stop imaging, because HealthTap has already done it! Between HealthTap Prime (virtual consultations), HealthTap SOS (disaster relief), and Dr. A.I. (artificial-intelligence powered triage), HealthTap is saving lives while lowering costs—and revolutionizing the entire healthcare experience in the process!
Join HealthTap’s Founder and CEO, Ron Gutman, as he talks about how HealthTap is helping millions everywhere live healthier, happier, and longer lives.
CEO and Founder
Digital therapeutics, aka “software as drugs” are capturing the headlines and attention of the most esteemed experts. Used to treat conditions such as addiction, diabetes and pain management, are digital therapeutics proving to be the next big thing in healthcare?
Validating the Science Behind Digital Therapeutics
Digital therapeutics hold great potential to improve health outcomes and lower costs. But with thousands of new digital health solutions hitting the market, even the most innovative ones will get lost if they are not able to prove their impact on outcomes. There is a growing need for proof—and it all starts with generating evidence. Evidation Health is leading the charge in generating the evidence needed to enable broader adoption by payers, providers and pharmaceutical companies. In this session, they will share:
How digital health entrepreneurs can drive richer, evidence-based conversations with healthcare stakeholders
Examples of innovative healthcare companies that are quantifying real life across populations at scale
Novel applications of digital biomarkers, critical in the move towards value-based care
Digital Therapeutics: The Ones To Watch
Canary Health, Click Therapeutics and Neurotrack are three of today’s most groundbreaking, digital medicine companies that have taken on the noble task of combatting diseases and disorders with the most cutting-edge technologies. They all aim to not only treat, but also to prevent some of the most debilitating diseases affecting human beings today.
In this session you’ll have the chance to see their digital therapeutics in action, such as evidence-based programs proven to prevent and manage chronic conditions such as arthritis, depression, diabetes, heart disease, and stress; clinical data solutions to support major depressive disorder and smoking cessation; and new technology to detect and prevent early cognitive decline.
Co-Founder and CEO
Chief Commercial Officer
Most of today’s savviest investors and greatest businesses are bullish on digital medicine. 2017 has already seen a record $3.5 billion in funding pour in. Discover how innovative companies are strategically scaling to support an explosive, enduring market.
Following the Closing Keynote, Cooley will be hosting a Networking Extravaganza!
Time Inc. Pushes the Boundaries Leveraging Powerful VR and Iconic Storytelling for Patient Care
At a time when we are finding it difficult to separate fact from fiction, TIME, America’s #1 most trusted news brand, boldly entered an industry most in need of our confidence—healthcare.
Get ready to experience Lumen, their newest innovation delivering powerful solutions to patients at the point of care, and meet the leaders spearheading this power-collaboration from TIME Healthcare VR, Stanford Health Care and Framestore.
Then stick around for our networking reception where you’ll be able to experience the powers of LUMEN for yourself!
SVP, Time Inc. Healthcare
Visiting Scholar, Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab
Managing Editor, LIFE VR
KEYNOTE: Pivots, Hockey Sticks and Unicorns: Looking Into the Crystal Ball
We’ve saved the best for last!
Wainwright Fishburn, the Global Head of the Digital Health Practice at Cooley, a worldwide leader in transformative deals, complex IP and regulatory matters and high-stakes litigation is delivering one of the most important talks of our two-day summit.
With unprecedented amounts of funding pouring into digital health, we are witnessing everything from IPOs, consolidations, acquisitions, company pivots, swift growth and unfortunately, company closures. What does the future hold, and how should entrepreneurs, tech innovators, investors, healthcare providers and others be looking at how to thrive in this fledgling industry? And which strategies should companies consider when playing on the front edge of the new economy?
Drink With Us and Fix Healthcare—A Networking Extravaganza!
Mix, mingle and drink with other attendees and esteemed speakers. You'll also have the exclusive opportunity to experience Time Inc.'s LUMEN for yourself!
And a special thank you to our gracious hosts Cooley and Time, Inc.