entrepreneurial opportunities

Current trends show that more and more health care revenue will be tied to patient and provider behavior. How can entrepreneurs best take advantage of this opportunity?

industry overhaul

The entire industry is racing to be the first to effectively implement behavior change. Join us for a conversation on how we can work together, rather than simply compete, to make this happen!

neuroscience-based approaches

What do we know about current strategies that are working? Learn about the current state of research surrounding behavior design and brainstorm ways we can improve it.

creative “design sprints”

Participate in a series of fast-paced activities to tackle your biggest behavioral challenges. Unleash your creativity and solve your trickiest problems along the way!

Some of our Speakers

Larry Chu, MD, MS

Associate Professor and Director, Stanford AIM Lab, Stanford University

Anne Marie Cunningham, MB Bch

Academic Lead for eLearning, Cardiff University School of Medicine

Bertelan Meskó, MD, PhD

Medical Futurist and the author of The Guide to the Future of Medicine

Kirsten Ostherr, PhD, MPH

Director, Medical Futures Lab, Rice University

Howard Rheingold

Internet & Social Media Pioneer

Bryan Vartabedian

Assistant Professor, Baylor College of Medicine and Blogger at 33charts.com

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