Medicine X is please to offer discounted hotel rates with the Sheraton and Westin Palo Alto. Space is limited so please make sure to book your hotel in advance through this link.
Marguerite Shuttle – Stanford Marguerite is a free public shuttle service. The shuttle connects the Stanford campus and nearby Palo Alto. Use bus stop 177 for the Li Ka Shing Center.
Caltrain – The nearest Caltrain stop is Palo Alto, from there you can take a free Stanford Marguerite shuttle to the Li Ka Shing Center.
Complimentary parking will be available each day at Searsville Parking Lot (Lot 22), a 10-minute walk from the Li Ka Shing Center. Parking attendants will be available from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm on Wednesday, May 24 and 8:30 am to 1:30 pm on Thursday, May 25.
There are many travel services in the Bay Area. Here are a few of our favorites:
Registration for the Health Care Innovation Summit can be purchased here. Early Bird Pricing will be available through July 15th 2017.
The Health Care Innovation summit is a pre-conference event which will be held on September 14th, the day before Medicine X. Registration for this event is separate from the main Medicine X Event. If you wish to purchase tickets for the full Stanford Medicine X weekend, you may register here.
Rebates are available for organizations wishing to purchase a a bundle of 10 registrations or more. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with Subject: “HCI Rebate Request.”
|Thursday September 14, 2017 – Stanford Paul Berg Hall|
|7:45–8:30||Registration & Breakfast|
|8:30–8:45||Welcoming Remarks||Larry Chu MD, Professor and Executive Director, & Bassam Kadry MD, HCI Program Director, Medicine X|
|8:45–9:10||Why we think we’re getting good healthcare but we’re not.||Robert Pearl MD, The Permanente Medical Group|
|9:15–9:40||Opportunities & Challenges of Health Savings Accounts.||Steve Neeleman MD, HealthEquity|
|9:40–10:20||Panel: Problems & opportunities in the self-funded employer ecosystem.||Chair: Mark Tomaino. Operating Partner,
Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe
|10:50–11:15||The Growing Divide in Employer-Sponsored Health Benefits.||Rajaie Batniji MD, Collective Health|
|11:15–11:55||Panel: The real world of HR Benefits Managers: practical lessons learned from the trenches||Chair: Tricia Shuman, BachHealth|
|11:55–12:20||Main stage address||Rusty Hoffman MD, Grand Rounds|
|12:20–1:30||Regulating a Revolution.||John Langel MD PhD MPH, University of Utah School of Medicine|
|2:00–2:25||Stop wasting your time and money. Start building trust, meaningful engagement, and data-driven outcomes.||Hal Rosenbluth, New Ocean Health Solutions|
|2:25–3:00||Collaborating to improve quality, experience, and cost of care through a connected care model.||Angela Mitchell, Intel & John Jackson, Stanford Corporate Partners|
|3:35–4:00||Precision Medicine Case Study: What to consider when offering genetics services as an employee health benefit.||Jill Hagenkord MD & Tony Wang, Color Genomics|
|4:00–4:25||Main stage address||Sean Duffy, Omada Health|
|4:25–4:30||Closing remarks, Medicine X|
|4:30–6:00||Networking and refreshments|
ROBERT PEARL, MD
Chief Executive Officer, The Permanente Medical Group
RAJAIE BATNIJI, MD
Co-Founder, Chief Health Officer, Collective Health
Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe
US Health Care Delivery,
BASSAM KADRY, MD
HCI Program Director, Stanford Medicine X
DR. LARRY CHU, MD
Executive Director, Stanford Medicine X
Executive Director, Stanford Corporate Partners
CEO, New Ocean Health Solutions
Chief Executive Officer, BachHealth
RUSTY HOFMANN, MD
Co-Founder, Grand Rounds
JOHN LANGEL, MD PHD
Vice Dean for Innovation, University of Utah
JILL HAGENKORD, MD
Chief Medical Officer, Color Genomics
STEVE NEELEMAN, MD
Founder & Vice-Chairman, HealthEquity
Co-Founder & CEO, Omada Health