A Stanford Medicine X | Everyone Included™ Program
Discussions on the future of health care and patient-centric design
A.E. England Building, Phoenix, AZ
Stanford Medicine X is the world’s leading program on emerging technology and medicine with a patient-centered perspective. The annual convening on the campus of Stanford University is the world’s most-discussed academic medical conference. Medicine X takes place September 16-18, 2016, and Medicine X | ED (a conference focused on the future of medical education) takes place April 21-23, 2017.
Medicine X is heading to Phoenix on Saturday, April 16th for our first-ever Medicine X Arizona Pop-Up, hosted by Changemaker Central @ ASU!
The evening will feature everything you’ve come to know and love from Medicine X – a keynote address, panel discussion, ePatients, and tech demonstrations – all focused on the future of health care and patient-centered design.
Speakers for the evening include Stacey Lihn, president of Sisters by Heart and 2012 DNC speaker, Medicine X ePatients Charlie Blotner and Danielle Edges, and ARKHumanity’s co-founders Pat Pataranutaporn and Ram Polur. More speakers to be announced!
Light snacks and drinks will be provided!
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6:15 PM – Check-in, Networking, Tech Demos, and Light Snacks
7:00 PM – Welcoming Remarks by Gilles Frydman, Executive Board Member, Artist-in-Residence at Medicine X 2015
7:05 PM – ePatient Ignite! Presentation by Danielle Edges, 2015 ePatient scholar, Stanford Medicine X
7:10 PM – Ignite! Presentation by Pat Pataranutaporn, Director of Innovation and Co-Founder of Humanity X
7:15 PM – Ignite! Presentation by Omron Blauo, Founder of Telescrypts
7:20 PM – Presentation by Richard Filley, ASU Professor, Technology Entrepreneurship & Management faculty
7:30 PM – Keynote Presentation by Stacey Lihn, President of Sisters by Heart, 2012 Democratic National Convention speaker
7:50 PM – Panel Discussion on Patient-Centered Design, moderated by Charlie Blotner, and featuring panelists:
• Ram Polur, Co-Founder of Humanity X
• Stacey Lihn, Keynote presenter
• Richard Filley, ASU Professor
8:20 PM – Closing Remarks by Charlie Blotner
8:25 PM – Tech Demos and Networking
President of Sisters by Heart, 2012 DNC Speaker
ASU Professor, Technology Entrepreneurship Management Faculty
2015 Medicine X ePatient
2015 Medicine X ePatient
Director of Innovation and Co-Founder, ARKHumanity