WIRED Health, a one-day event from WIRED – the authority on the future – will celebrate the visionaries of an industry that is being quickly disrupted by digital technologies and new models. From data-driven diagnostics to robotic surgery and stem cell research, WIRED Health will bring together the scientists, entrepreneurs and thought leaders shaping this critical sector.
As with WIRED’s other groundbreaking annual events, WIRED Health will bring together the most talented people, forward-thinking innovators and captivating thought leaders, both on stage and off. The agenda features over twenty speakers, including the public sector powerbrokers – such as Sir Mark Walport, senior scientific advisor to HM Government & Head of the Government Office for Science – and the private sector entrepreneurs hoping to create large-scale improvements in global health and medicine. These include Kristina Donaldson, whose company DuoFertility is improving conception rates, without IVF treatment; Andrew Thompson, president and CEO of Proteus digital health, a digital drugs company; and Catherine Mohr, a specialist in robotic surgery.
Aimed at a high-level executive audience, attendees will enjoy the opportunity to network with like-minded, intellectually curious individuals from the sector. WIRED Money will welcome senior executives, public health officials, innovators, investors, disrupters and incumbents.
Held at the Royal College of General Practitioners in London on April 29, the event will disseminate some of the early insights and ideas that will become hugely significant in the future of healthcare the world over. Can you afford to miss it?
Further information and tickets are available from wired.co.uk/health14