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2016 Digital Health Summit – DAY 1
Thursday, January 7

9:00- 11:15 AM | Connectivity: The Tycoon of Health
Advancements in mobile communication, telemedicine and telehealth are increasingly connecting more people with the health services they need—from rural communities receiving psychiatric care to physicians seamlessly interacting with patients and providers alike, what’s next on this digital health frontier?
9:00-9:10 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Welcome

Welcome to day one of the Seventh Annual Digital Health Summit at CES. Hold onto your hats!
Welcome:
Producer
Digital Health Summit
9:10-9:55 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

The Wizards of Maternal Health

The U.S. is among the wealthiest nations on earth and yet expecting mothers and newborns face unusually high mortality rates. In fact, women face a 1 in 1,800 risk of maternal death*, the worst performance of any developed country in the world. To put that in perspective, a woman in the U.S. is more than 10 times as likely to die from a pregnancy-related cause as a woman in Austria, Belarus or Poland*. And now it’s time to fix that. How? How about a powerhouse team comprised of a politician, an entrepreneur, a physician and the space program. See how this unlikely, but dynamic, team is accessing our nation's resources to bring technology, nutrition, education and public policy on the cause of maternal and newborn health. *Save the Children World Report 2015, CIA Factbook
Moderator:
Health Economist, Advisor, Trend Weaver
THINK-Health & Health Populi blog
Speakers:
Founder and CEO
Square Roots
Founding Partner, Former U.S. Congressman and House of Representatives Majority Leader
Square Roots
Founding Executive Director
Ancient Song Doula Services
NASA Nutritionist, lead for the Nutritional Biochemistry Laboratory at the Johnson Space Center
NASA
10:00-10:30 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Connecting the Dots and Closing the Loop

Technology is already impacting healthcare in a positive way, but it is fragmented and disconnected. So, how are the dots being connected to create a closed-loop system to help profoundly transform the healthcare? And, how are patients benefiting today? This session brings together leaders from digital health to discuss the big picture of healthcare technology and what it means to patients as a whole. Modernization of healthcare, data integration, provider engagement and access to quality care -- these are among the topics that the industry's leading speakers will discuss. Discover the ubiquitous growth of digital health and the benefits impacting healthcare providers and patients alike.
Moderator:
VP & Chief Medical Officer
Qualcomm Life
Speakers:
Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs & Chief Medical Officer
UnitedHealth Group
CEO
Qardio Inc.
10:35-11:00 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

The Dawn of the Cognitive Era

The era of cognitive computing is here. Discover how self-learning systems that integrate data mining, pattern recognition and natural language processing are incorporating health data from a variety of sources and impacting healthcare. Never before has so much data been accumulated to elevate healthcare into the “Beyond Intelligent” world. With thinking computers analyzing data from wearable devices, medical imaging management platforms and other sources, leaders in cognitive computing are uncovering ways to analyze and act on some of the most complex health issues. So prepare yourselves for what should be a mind-blowing, eye-opening discussion with the indisputable leaders in cognitive computing.
Special Guests:
President, Diabetes Service and Solutions
Medtronic
Chief Marketing Officer
IBM Watson Health
Chief Innovation Officer
Pathway Genomics
Moderator:
Contributing Writer
NY Times
11:05-11:15 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Connectivity and Its Disconnects: Breaking the Engagement Mold

With an abundance of significant medical technology coming through the pipelines, one of the most widespread challenges we face is the lack of committed engagement and understanding of the value models across the continuum of care. Connected devices offer the promise:
    • that we can take medications when they are supposed to be taken
    • that our health conditions can be monitored and adjusted through feedback and predictive algorithms
    • that doctors can prescribe treatment based on real data and payers can more closely monitor outcomes
Ultimately the promise is of better health at a lower cost. So how can drug and device makers improve their products and use patterns by leveraging the most appropriate technologies, adherence strategies and broad ranging analytics? Join us for an in-depth look at real-world examples of how devices are reshaping the health care delivery system.
Presenters:
SVP Innovation
Bridge Design, a Ximedica Company
11:30 – 12:30 PM | Lifelong Tech: Just Scratching the Surface
With nearly 50 million people aged 65+, health technology is a critical component in the fight against Alzheimer’s, to aging independently, and more. We’re only scratching the surface to find solutions for a population living longer than ever before.
11:30 AM-12:20 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

What Happens in Vegas Changes Lives: Creating New Opportunities in Alzheimer’s Care

Modern medicine has made great strides to eliminate or reduce the impact of some of the worst diseases, yet Alzheimer’s care remains largely unchanged. This session is devoted to creating a provocative dialogue among leading healthcare innovators and the top experts providing Alzheimer’s care. By uniting these pioneers, perhaps we can shorten the distance to a breakthrough in treatment. You’ll discover the critical unmet needs of the Alzheimer’s caregiver and learn how technology can serve them best--allowing tech innovators to take on the challenge of delivering the solutions this market needs most.
Moderator:
Vice President of Digital Platform
Otsuka America Pharmaceutical
Speakers:
Chief Enterprise Strategy and Innovation Officer
AARP
Director, Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health
Cleveland Clinic
Scientific Director of the AGE-WELL Network of Centres of Excellence and the Barbara G. Stymiest Research Chair in Rehabilitation Technology
Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
1:00- 1:45 PM | Fasten Your Seatbelts: It’s the Year of the Caregiver
65.7 million informal and family caregivers provide care to someone who is ill, disabled or aged in the U.S. And yet caregivers needs go largely unmet. With the increased demands from this market, companies are beginning to take action—in a big way.
1:00-1:10 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

The Results Are In: How Can Innovation Win?

With caregivers stepping into the limelight in 2016, and an acknowledged lack of needed support and resources, where can innovators step in to deliver the most valued solutions?  Join AARP’s SVP of Enterprise Strategy and Innovation as he reveals the results from a significant study titled, Caregiving Innovation Frontier (CIF), which is aimed at arming investors, entrepreneurs, health systems and insurers with the informantion they need to align innovations with the "real" needs of the caregiver. You’ll discover:
    • Caregiver solutions market by segment, size and forecasts for users and revenues
    • Major trends in these defined market segments
    • Key players in healthcare
    • Forecasts for the caregiving technology market
Immediately following this analysis, this session transitions to the larger topic of the caregiver market.  
Presenters:
SVP - Enterprise Strategy and Innovation
AARP
1:10-1:40 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Time to Refocus: Caregiving Redefined

Caregivers are central to the healthcare system. So why hasn’t this critical group received more attention? Time to refocus. Three leading organizations supporting the caregivers in different ways will demonstrate how they are addressing the needs of the caregiver and how innovation and technology come into play. Speakers from the largest U.S. insurer, a leading digital health device/service company and the largest membership organization for people age 50+ will discuss how developing critical tools and services can better enable caregivers like never before. From caring for the caregiver, to empowering them with new tools to reducing their burden in caregiving--all this and more will be explored by this multi-faceted panel. The opportunities are abundant and staying focused on serving the unmet needs of this market will yield success.
Moderator:
Director of Market Innovation, Enterprise Strategy and Innovation Group
AARP
Speakers:
CEO
GreatCall Inc.
Vice President | Caregiving Products & Services
AARP Services
Head of Innovation Center of Excellence
UnitedHealthcare
1:45 – 2:40 PM | Harnessing the Power: Precision Medicine and Genomics
Technology is converging with genomics, lifestyle and environment to create revolutionary ways to more accurately target and treat disease. With precision medicine becoming more commonplace in practice, we’re seeing a new wave of custom care options that will dramatically alter outcomes.
1:45-2:10 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Nature vs. Nurture Debunked: The Power of our Genes

No longer at the mercy of our genetic code, we are empowered like never before to create a new self by working with our genes to promote wellness and longevity. People will always have the genes they were born with, but New York Times bestselling authors Dr. Deepak Chopra and Dr. Rudolph Tanzi posit genes are dynamic, responding to everything we think, say, and do. So now, just as you can change your jeans to suit your look, you can change your genes to suit your health.
Special Guests:
Founder
The Chopra Foundation
Professor of Neurology
Harvard University
Moderator:
Columnist; President and Principal at TechKnowledge Strategies
USA TODAY
2:15-2:40 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Look Who’s Talking: Newborn Genomic Data Enables Precision Medicine

Healthier babies grow to be healthier adults. Moreover, infection claims the lives of 1.4 million neonates worldwide. With remarkable recent advancements, clinical genomic data from newborns has yielded opportunities for personalized treatment, reduced mortality and resulting in superior outcomes. By combining this data and patient information within a newly-developed EMR application that leverages visual analytics, the result is a proactive and personalized treatment for babies. So while newborns can’t talk, their genes can and it’s creating a new future for tailored health care delivery.
Moderator:
Founder
HealthcareScene.com
Speakers:
Director, Informatics
Inova Translational Medicine Institute (ITMI)
Global Managing Director and General Manager for Healthcare and Life Sciences
Tableau
2:45- 3:15 PM | Healthy PDA: Privacy, Data, Analytics
Data continues to impact digital health on a massive scale, from big pharma and healthcare delivery to the world of consumer health and wellness. While privacy continues to challenge, predictive analytics offer new insight into health patterns and future outcomes.
2:45-3:00 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Respect Thy Data: The Gospel

Rapid adoption of digital technology has fueled massive new sources of data. Each of these new data flows has compliance issues and considerations that must be understood, navigated, and ultimately followed. This important talk focuses on the ethical use of data in today’s digital, multi-touch health care environment while providing key guidelines for navigating the sensitive and critical world of patient privacy in a data-obsessed environment.
Presenters:
Global Privacy and Public Policy Executive
Acxiom
3:05-3:15 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Walking the Line: Convenience vs. Privacy in Consumer Health Apps

The same consumer-driven market that transformed industries like banking and retail is taking shape in healthcare. And consumers are directly in the center, desiring access to health data in real-time and on their mobile devices. Apps that go beyond fitness data to offer clinical uses can deliver something consumers covet most in healthcare – convenience. But at what cost to privacy? And with convenience and data security traditionally at odds, how can technology developers build something that consumers love, while also protecting them?
Presenters:
Founder & CEO
Lose It!
3:30- 4:00 PM | Data in Action
We’ve come to expect simply moving data from here to there as commonplace. Yet the complexities can make or break delivering a successful digital health experience to the end user. Watch us showcase the true meaning of data with superhuman powers.        
3:30-4:00 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Data: Digital Health’s Secret Weapon

We’ve come to expect simply moving data from here to there as commonplace. Yet the complexities can make or break delivering a successful digital health experience to the end user. Come hear how leading companies are actually using this digital health data. With healthcare data collection at an all time high, the big question is: How is this data truly being used to improve our health? Join us for this interaction as you hear data in action from three entirely different perspectives: pharma, fitness trackers and sensored medical devices. You’ll witness:
  • how data is improving and streamlining trials while providing more accurate results and improving patient outcomes,
  • how data from wearables is impacting patients before discharge, and
  • how data is collected and distributed across multiple devices to give consumers better insights into their medication adherence and overall health.
So with the big question answered, what questions remain?
Special Guests:
Health Innovation Analyst
The Vitality Group
Head of Product Management
Proteus Digital Health
Head of Digital Health Acceleration
Quintiles
Moderator:
CTO & Co-Founder
Validic
4:00- 5 PM | The Evolution of Wearables: Sleeker, Smarter, Faster
With the wearable health-tracking industry expected to be worth $5 billion in 2016, integrating sensors into everything from clothing to ECG-monitors is becoming the norm. These biosensored devices are becoming remarkably simple, powerful and less invasive advancing the impact of digital health.
4:00-4:20 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Wearables with Wisdom

Wearables have one critical limitation--they only work when worn. So what does it take to produce a wearable wearable? Let’s find out. This session discusses how wearable developers are incorporating sensors and electronics into products we are already using as well as creating products that are more consumer centric, including products for women, who are looking for not only functional but also more fashionable options. Fashionable functionality? Beauty with brains? Regardless of how you describe it, creating wearables that look as good as they work facilitates adoption and long term use, which are key to wearable success.
Moderator:
Editor-In-Chief
Good Housekeeping
Speakers:
Director
Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center (PRC)
Founder & CEO
WiseWear
4:20-4:30 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

The Art of One Device Fits All

Heart disease is attributed to 1 in 4 deaths each year in the U.S., alone. So how do we turn the tide? Technology. This session focuses on how existing wearable devices, miniaturized and combined, lead to a medical grade device unlike any other that tracks heart health including blood pressure, pulse and ECG. But more than data collection, this technology also incorporates data analysis and action. The data is sent to a cloud-based algorithm that healthcare providers can review in real-time to improve heart health across the board. Discover how this technology is impacting heart disease and is giving people a much more holistic view of their health by incorporating personal data and meaningful action steps.
Presenters:
Chief Operating Officer
Omron Healthcare, Inc.
4:30-5:00 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Superpowers in Sensing

Sensors are smaller, lighter and more dynamic than ever before. They truly are the superpowers in technology. This session features four leading innovators and how their technologies utilize highly-effective sensors to transform people’s lives. Advancements in sensor manufacturing and data analysis have opened up an entirely new world of possibilities for digital health wearables and other “usables” to achieve a vast array of health outcomes, including testing biomarkers in our breath, treating chronic pain, helping us hear better and tackling the challenges that Type 1 diabetics are faced with daily.
Moderator:
Innovation Officer/Physician
M.G.H / Harvard Medical School
Speakers:
Chief Audiology Officer
ReSound
Senior VP & General Manager, Consumer
NeuroMetrix, Inc.
EVP, Chief Technical Officer
Dexcom, Inc.
CEO & Founder
Breathometer

2016 Digital Health Summit – DAY 2
Friday, January 8

9:00 -11:15 AM | NextGen Digital Health Consumers: The X Games
Consumers are ready to play digital health‒and play hard. They are continually looking to improve their health, lifestyle, appearance and environment‒their quest for self-discovery never stops. How are providers, healthcare systems and innovators stepping up to meet this ever-growing demand?
9:00-9:10 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Welcome

Welcome to day two of the Seventh Annual Digital Health Summit at CES.
Welcome:
Producer
Digital Health Summit
9:10-9:40 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

From Geek to Chic: Digital Health Goes Mainstream

For the first time since one of this year's biggest digital health stories was announced, Fossil and Misfit are sitting down to talk about how this powerful partnership materialized and how this masterful duo will be creating new hybrid accessories that tracks your fitness and sleep patterns, while also giving you fashion that you can take to the streets.
Moderator:
Reporter
CNET
Speakers:
VP and General Manager
Misfit
President and CTO, Connected Devices
Fossil Group
9:50-10:10 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Untapping the IoHT

Data, information, technology--it’s all meaningless if we, as people and patients, can’t make sense of it all. It’s estimated that by 2020, the Internet of Things (IoT) will consist of 50 billion objects. How do we leverage this connectivity? How do we benefit it from it? How do we live healthier, happier lives as a result of our connected world? Join Philips SVP of Digital Technology to discuss the Internet of Health Things and how people can influence technology, instead of being influenced by it.
Special Guests:
SVP
Digital Technology and Connected Propositions at Royal Philips
10:15-10:45 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Millennials: Solving Healthcare’s Greatest Challenges

Discover how two millenial prodigies are creating new inspired solutions to conquer some of healthcare’s biggest hurdles. Come hear how they’re serving previous generations while catapulting digital health into the future.
Special Guests:
Founder and CEO
SensaRx, LLC
Founder & CEO
OneRing
Moderator:
Editor
Children’s Technology Review
10:50-11:05 AM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Skin Crawling Technology – Live Demo!

See how an actual sensor, injected under the skin, can deliver real-time data on overall blood chemistry using three different techniques to alter tissue and overall oxygen levels. You have to see this!
Presenters:
Vice President, Products
Profusa
CEO
Profusa
President and Chief Scientific Officer
Profusa
11:05-11:15 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

SOS–Apple Watch Saving Lives

With its iPhone-based GPS and communications capabilities, the Apple Watch has the potential to become a lifesaving tool in an emergency scenario. But we are just beginning to tap the Apple Watch's power? Bettina Experton, CEO of Humetrix, offers a glimpse into the future, where a new breed of Apple Watch apps will make it easy to call for help, share pertinent information, and stay safe with just a tap on our wrists.
Presenters:
11:30 – 12:30 PM | Taming the Health-Tech Wild-West: It’s Just Business
With the digital health market projected to reach over $233 billion by 2020, next to innovation and improving care delivery, stands the need to maximize ROI. Dive deep with us into successful business models, flourishing partnerships, the investment frontier and international opportunities.
11:30 AM-12 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Building an Eco-System: How Collaboration Catalyzes Transformation

The health and wellness industry is at an inflection point that gives us the opportunity to design a people-centered ecosystem that helps people live longer, healthier, more vibrant lives. Creating a new system will require collaboration, connection and partnership across the continuum of care. This panel will explore how providers, payers, healthcare companies, technology firms, retailers and regulators can work together in new ways to deliver people-centered solutions that keep us well and transform patient outcomes when we do get sick – all while reducing costs and increasing access. In this brave new world, no single entity succeeds alone. Only through partnership can we combine the necessary scientific, clinical, and regulatory knowledge, with human insight and the ever evolving power of technology in ways that will transform healthcare.
Moderator:
Group Worldwide Chairman
Johnson & Johnson
Speakers:
Vice President, Product Innovation & Delivery
Johnson & Johnson Health and Wellness Solutions, Inc.
CEO
WellDoc
Director of Business Development and Strategy, Internet of Things
Microsoft Corporation
12:05-12:30 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

IPO, M&A ROI, P&L and a Whole Lotta $$$’s

Digital health will continue to grow for the foreseeable future. The wearables market is expected to compound at an annual rate of 65% through 2020*. With so much room for growth, how does a health tech innovator scale successfully? This session will take a deep dive into the digital health business landscape, successful business models and failures, funding strategies and more. Join prolific digital health advisors and investors for what will be an informative, candid discussion about how companies can build sustainable business models. *Soreon Research
Moderator:
Partner
McKinsey & Company
Speakers:
General Partner
Norwest Venture Partners
Partner
Cooley LLP
1:00 – 1:45 PM | BOOM! Opportunities Explode in US and Beyond
Digital health care disruption and market transformation is happening. What are the real opportunities for companies looking to get into this fierce global market? Three strategic experts will share priceless insights to help you shrewdly plan for this growth.
1:00-1:15 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Global Health: The Changes, the Challenges, the Opportunity

Globalization has exported more than goods and higher living standards. It’s also exported urbanization, and with it, the kinds of diets and lifestyles that factor into chronic disease has gone global. Since 1987, there has been a 400% increase in obesity in the developing world. That means the governments of these countries are now presented with an all too familiar health challenge: how to do a lot more, with less. But with new challenges comes new opportunity, measured in trillions of dollars and the quality of billions of lives, and it’s an opportunity that will likely be answered in completely new ways. The tectonic plates of global health are shifting. In this lively discussion, we ask the question, as healthcare professionals, as innovators, as global citizens, How can we help people lead healthier lives, globally?
Presenters:
Head of Connected Health
Cambridge Consultants
1:15-1:25 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Back to the Future: Digital Deloreans Take Flight

If we accept that we are in the digital health lifecycle, it’s probably safe to say we are five years in. What better time to explore where we came from and where we are going as health tech innovators? In this session, one of the industry's leading entrepreneurs turned advisor will reveal the three phases of the health tech lifecycle so that we can learn from our past, understand our present and catapult into the future. So what will the next flux capacitor be?
Presenters:
Associate Director - Digital Health
The Boston Consulting Group
1:30-1:40 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Who are the Winners and Losers in Digital Health?

Interest in the digital health space is exploding. This booming sector is becoming a top growth opportunity for the U.S. healthcare system as it attempts to modernize to become more affordable, and outcomes driven. Vendor opportunities across the value chain are extensive, therefore the focus on business models and ways to truly drive value is paramount in the space. Already there are key success stories, as well as failures, to learn from. Join a leading digital health analyst as he shares:
  • Best practices in business models
  • Key examples of winners and successes
  • Key examples of losers and failures
  • How some current winners in funding will be losers in the long term
  • What can we learn from these lessons to best drive digital health forward?
Presenters:
Research Director
Frost & Sullivan
1:45– 3:15 PM | Diagnostics on Demand
Sensory devices that detect illness by tracking biomarkers in blood, glucose and even breath are flooding into the market. Discover how these cutting-edge tools make getting precise and timely diagnostics — for both physicians and consumers — as easy as turning on
1:45-2:10 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

21st Century Renovation: The Pocket Sized Doctor’s Bag

Today’s physicians are empowered with technology like never before--much more than just new bedside imaging and diagnostics. Modern doctors are using sophisticated, connected devices including medical grade ultrasounds, mobile ECGs and pulse oximeters that allow them to be anywhere the patient is. Existing tech is being miniaturized, connected and secured while bringing clinicians together in real-time regardless of location. Patients and doctors can literally be anywhere and still be connected. Join three pioneering innovators for a compelling discussion on how evolving technologies are changing the way doctors practice medicine.
Moderator:
Associate Director of Strategic Relations: Director, UCSF Skeletal Health Service; Asst Clinical Professor, Dept Orthopaedic Surgery UCSF
UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation
Speakers:
Chief Medical Officer and Founder
AliveCor
Director of Product Management & Marketing
FUJIFILM SonoSite, Inc.
President & Chief Executive Officer
MDLIVE, Inc.
2:10-2:20 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Shattering the Paradigm for Profound Change

Dive into the future of health tech where we examine what it takes to influence and implement profound change in healthcare. How do we integrate precision medicine, precision diagnostics and personalized medicine to yield radical healthcare change? And what are the forces that are allowing this to happen?  With so much technology evolving every day, what does the next frontier hold? And how do we harness it? This important talk will look at how these elements are merging to shatter the paradigm of healthcare as we know it.
Presenters:
Executive Vice President of Medical Affairs & Chief Medical Officer
UnitedHealth Group
2:25-2:35 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

By Land, By Sea, By Air: The Doctor is In – Live Demo!

Step right up! Witness how patient-physician consultations are transforming before our eyes.
Presenters:
Founder & President
MedWand Digital Health
2:40-3:05 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

How Digital Health Saved My Life

Back for its third year, listen to the stories that mean the most and showcase how digital health is profoundly changing people’s lives - even literally saving them. You won’t want to miss this awe-inspiring session and hear three real stories from patients and how their lives were changed forever. Featuring cutting-edge technologies from: LIM Innovations, Philips, SonoSite and Trice Imaging.  
Presenters:
Director of Product Management & Marketing
FUJIFILM SonoSite, Inc.
CEO
Trice Imaging Inc.
CEO, Co-Founder
LIM Innovations
User Outreach
LIM Innovations
Director, Consumer Marketing, Philips, Sleep & Respiratory Care
Philips
Founder
Claire's Place Foundation, Inc.
3:05-3:15 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Rocking the Connected Healthy Home

Faced with barriers, user engagement and regulation, companies are struggling to integrate successful health solutions into the home. But the technology itself is not that far-fetched.  So how do we perfect the act of collecting vital biometrics, maintain personal privacy and make it a seamless, streamlined part of the home space? Discover how the latest in smart, beautiful technology is moving into your home to keep you safe, healthy and connected--integrating cutting-edge digital health, gamification incentives and educational components all from one mighty base station.
Presenters:
CEO
MobileHelp
3:30- 4:25 PM | Peak Performance at Work, Rest and Play
What’s the best way to improve performance at home, on the job, or in the game? From smart beds and smart desks to sophisticated workplace wellness programs, companies and individuals are continually working on new answers to be all that you can be!
3:30-3:55 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Peak Performance in the Workplace

How is digital health helping companies achieve a more productive and healthy work environment? From sophisticated enterprise health benefits platforms to smart desks, employers are implementing workplace technology for both efficiency and wellbeing. With an eye on prevention, they are looking at everything from sleep and activity tracking to sophisticated telemedicine and incentive programs. Discover how companies are integrating technology to produce healthier, happier and more productive employees.
Moderator:
Director, Health & Mobile Product Research
Parks Associates
Speakers:
Vice President, Marketing and Product Management
Humanscale
4:00-4:25 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Peak Performance With Your Eyes Closed

This session continues where Peak Performance in the Workplace leaves off. With 63% of Americans not getting enough sleep during the week and sleep disorders costing the economy over $100 billion every year in lost productivity, medical expenses and sick leave, it is essential that we take the time to effectively recharge our bodies and our brains. Join two performance-peaking CEOs to learn how changing the way we take care of our bodies in the most critical way will allow us to perform at optimal levels.
Moderator:
CEO
The Doctor Weighs In
Speakers:
Co-Founder & Chief Evangelism Officer
InteraXon Inc.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Select Comfort Corporation
4:30- 5 PM |Handpicked Health: Lifesaving, Life-changing
Innovations in digital health are emerging fast and furious with entrepreneurs tirelessly striving to raise the bar, push the boundaries and build sustainable companies. Grab a front row sear to hear from four pioneering CEOs on how their companies are thriving and changing lives.
4:25-5:00 PM
Venetian, Level 4, Lando 4304

Live From the Frontlines in Digital Health

Innovations in digital health are emerging fast and furious with entrepreneurs tirelessly striving to raise the bar, push the boundaries and build sustainable companies. Grab a front row seat to hear from three pioneering CEOs on how their companies are thriving and changing lives.
Presenters:
CEO
Independa, Inc.
CEO
Linear Dimensions
CEO, Co-Founder
6SensorLabs