PulsePoint's organizing a forum where Industry Titans will Address the Future of Healthcare and Health Data in America.
FREMONT, CA: PulsePoint, the leading technology company that uses real-time data to boost health outcomes, is all set to host its second bi-annual Digital Health Forum in October. Themed “The Future was Today,” the event is designed around discussions aiming to disentangle a wide plethora of challenges within healthcare and formulate an ideal vision that capitalizes on the opportunities technology and health data present.
PulsePoint takes pride in being a forward-looking company, a sentiment captured in its corporate tagline, ‘Leading Health Forward.’ With this event, the company is leaning into the change the industry currently going through and enlisting other forward-oriented minds to collectively re-envision how they use data and technology to help people make better health decisions.
Many great minds are striving to work through business challenges created by the pandemic. PulsePoint aims to look beyond, to address and tackle critical issues facing healthcare, specifically around how the applications of health data will look like in five years, how rules are being re-visited, and what new behaviors are being formed. While no one can see that far ahead, PulsePoint is crafting the event to stimulate an exchange of ideas and creative thinking, with the ultimate goal of making us all more purposeful in charting a smart, productive, and compassionate way forward.
The forum is also set to feature an eclectic amalgamation of multidisciplinary speakers comprising doctors, health policy officials, disruptors, technologists, journalists, futurists, non-profits, media personalities, and even teens who represent the voices of tomorrow. Key headliners include Dr. Scott Gottlieb, Bob Garfield, and Dr. Amy Zalman.
PulsePoint’s previous Digital Health Forum, at Lincoln Center in 2018, solely focused on ‘Radical Health Personalization’ and explored lucrative topics such as consumer privacy, health data security, personalized medicine, and humanitarianism in digital health.
“PulsePoint’s Digital Health Forum is a foundational event for the health industry as data and technology intercepts with the huge transformational shift we are seeing in the market. The year 2020 will be viewed as a point in time when the health industry fundamentally embraced digital technology and finally turned their backs on the analog world that has slowed down its progress for so many years,” said PulsePoint CEO, Sloan Gaon. “We’re bringing experts together from different parts of health, technology and media to dig into what’s new, what’s next and what’s actionable.”