ePatient Speakers
Applications are now open for
the 2016 ePatient Presenter Track.
Julie Flygare
ePatient Scholar Julie Flygare
discusses peer-to-peer health care
Britt Johnson
2012 ePatient Scholar Britt Johnson
on peer-to-peer healthcare
Communicating Illness
Pamela Ressler, Susannah Fox, Meredith Gould
and Colleen Young discuss communicating the experience
of illness in the digital age.

key insights

Our uniquely inclusive conference unites all healthcare stakeholders in solving problems that matter most to medicine. We are the world’s premier patient-centered conference on emerging technology and medicine.

human centered

Explore how emerging technologies will advance the practice of medicine, improve health and empower patients to be active participants in their own care.


emerging technologies

Uncover early trends and understand how thoughtful use of new technologies can be used to solve problems that matter most to patients and key healthcare stakeholders.

global audience

Our global access video livestream and Twitter discussions trended #1 on Twitter, reached 169,000,000 social media impressions and 5,500,000 unique individuals over three days last September.


Patient-Centered Innovation

According to social media analytics firm Symplur, as a patient-centric healthcare IT conference, Medicine X “Sets the bar higher”. Higher in terms of setting a new world record in engagement, social media discussions, and sustained conversations after the conference ended.

Emerging Technologies

Medicine X is a catalyst for new ideas about the future of medicine and health care. The initiative explores how emerging technologieswill advance the practice of medicine, improve health, and empower patients to be active participants in their own care.

Designed for Everyone

Medicine X is an academic conference and program designed for everyone. We aim to bring all healthcare stakeholders together–patients, providers, technologists, and researchers–to innovate healthcare through the thoughtful use of emerging technologies.

Great Talks from the Stanford Medicine X Main Stage