November 22, 2019

Exponential Medicine 2019 - Day 4 - Cool Stuff Summary

INTRO / SUMMARY

Day 4 - Thursday November 7, 2019

Cool Stuff Summary: this collection of slides is certainly not a comprehensive summary of the conference, but some of the points I wanted to remember. Occasionally [My comments are inserted in brackets with bold italics]

The Day 4 live stream is  available on YouTube. I wasn’t able to attend this year’s Exponential Medicine in person.

Watch this article as a video

Exponential Medicine 2019 Summaries

Day One   |   Day Two  |   Day Three   |   Day Four (this article)

Day 4 takeaways

Healthcare is a complex system. There are many care providers. Many data sets. Many payers. Many types of patients.

Anyone who wants to have an impact in improving healthcare, has to take a broad ‘system level’ perspective of the issues and solution.

Narrow technical solution’s will not lead to the larger advancements in health we seek.

Session 23
Breakthrough, Follow Through and Systems Innovation: Lessons from Around The Globe:

“What’s worked, what’s failed ... implementing and scaling innovation is hard. This session will share examples of success, challenges, lessons learned, and implications of moving from What to How in cross-catalyzing and scaling progress around the world. “

Lucien Engelen, CEO, Transform Health. @lucienengelen

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Healthcare is undergoing its own Copernican revolution.

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Shawna Butler RN, MBA. Nurse Economist. Singularity University    @CleverThought

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EntrepreNURSE - bringing together the best of nursing and entrepreneurship.

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The effects of an aging population:

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Interview with Martin Cooper, inventor of mobile phone.

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John Mattison MD, Assistant Medical Director, Chief Health Information Officer, Emeritus. Kaiser Permanente.

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Robert Wah MD, Co-chair Health Information Tech Advisory Committee at HHS Stretch & Connect @RobertWahMD

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Innovative care systems in China:

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Virtual consult. Pickup medication in attached pharmacy. If it is not there, they will ship it do you within an hour.

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Session 24
Reimagining Health Equity. Expanding Health Equity

“What can organizations, individuals and society do to reduce disparities, and expand access and health equity throughout practice, process, and innovation?”

Aletha Maybank MD MPH, Chief Health Equity Officer, AMA    @DrAlethaMaybank

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Health Plan Innovation, What’s Next?

In an ever more connected, mobile, personalized and data-driven world, how are healthcare companies digitizing and reimagining their role across the healthcare continuum? A fireside chat with the CEO of Anthem.

Gail Boudreaux, CEO of Anthem Inc.

Session 25
Healthcare Heroes

“We are on the cusp of a dramatic transformation in healthcare. New technology, science and data is driving exponential advances in medicine to ultimately improve the lives of patients. Now more than ever we need healthcare’s unsung heroes, who are working with passion, purpose and determination to improve patient’s lives globally.”

David Hunt, CEO West, Havas Health & You     @DavidHunt_HHY

Jessica Fogelsong MD, MD Anderson Cancer Center  @foglesong_md

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Add campaign they worked on

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Mike Porath, Founder, The Mighty    @mikeporath

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Godfrey Nazareth, President & CEO, X-Biomedical     @GodfreyNazareth

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Session 26
xMed Synthesis: Catalyzing and Building the Collaboratory of The Future

Jack Kreindler, MD Founder, The Centre for Health & Human Performance  @drjackUK

Daniel Kraft MD, Founder & Chair, Exponential Medicine

Let me know if anything looks incorrect. I’ve tried to summarize the presentations accurately, but haven’t had chance to externally verify what presenters claimed to be true.

Exponential Medicine 2019 Summaries

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