Jill Gilbert, the producer of the Digital Health Summer Summit’s agenda bio says that she is “a modern day digital alchemist, bringing together expert speakers, cutting-edge topics, the latest trends, and the most engaged audiences. The resulting match of industry leaders, high-tech disrupters, startup, academics and the just-plain curious is always innovative and unique.”
The Digital Health Summer Summit 2016, http://www.summersummit.digitalhealthsummit.com, produced by Living in Digital Times, takes a deep dive into the elements of a successful digital health venture and showcases the latest digital health innovations from the industry’s most brilliant leaders and organizations who will explore the issues and opportunities facing the industry.
California drug makers want to put a face other than Martin Shkreli’s on the issue of drug pricing.
The life sciences community is descending on San Francisco this week for the annual BIO International Convention, an unparalleled opportunity to network with peers, make deals and weigh in on some of the industry’s most pressing problems.
Sensors, computer vision, machine learning, and cloud computing are enabling preclinical researchers to conduct higher quality studies in a shorter period of time.
Die Gesundheitsbranche der Hauptstadt ist geprägt von Kooperationen zwischen Gründern und Konzernen. Was macht diese so erfolgreich?
The drug and medical-device industries have not been immune from the healthcare industry’s transition from volume to value.
Living in Digital Times and Biotechnology Innovation Organization (BIO) announced this week that the annual Digital Health Summer Summit (DHSS) and the BIO International Convention will co-locate to “give the biotech, pharma and digital health industries a content-rich four days and the ultimate networking experience.”