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Crowdopolis 2013: Hive Mind for Health

“It shouldn’t be a secret but it isn’t widely known that traditional financing for life science start-ups like venture funding has significantly decreased. If we don’t find new ways to fund innovations, we could lose a generation of new treatments. -Lisa Kennedy

Crowdopolis 2013: Hive Mind for Health2018-05-29T19:57:03+00:00

Top 10 Healthcare Trends 2050

“One of the biggest things we’ll see in 2050 is a Digital environmental bio superconvergence: everything will have a digital heart and we will become the ‘4th Screen’. We see the seeds of this technology tethered to start-ups today. -Lisa Kennedy

Top 10 Healthcare Trends 20502018-05-29T19:54:34+00:00

SXSW 2013: Quantified Self

NPR: Morning Edition, 12 Mar 2013: “[Self-trackers] are incredible, disruptive pioneers in a space with long-standing consequences that will be able to help us find diseases and potentially save lives,” -Dr. Lisa Kennedy, The Most Talked About Tech and Culture Trends at SXSW Interactive
The Wall Street Journal, 12 Mar 2013: “Data is the next currency for health,” -Dr. Lisa Kennedy

SXSW 2013: Quantified Self2018-05-29T19:52:52+00:00

FUTUREMED 2013: The Future of Affordable Healthcare

“In a world of over 7B people, there are only 5 types of healthcare systems -the question we need to ask is why? We must find new ways to structure health care – a search that will have an incalculable impact on health status over the next 30 years. -Lisa Kennedy

FUTUREMED 2013: The Future of Affordable Healthcare2018-05-29T19:17:24+00:00

HIMSS Europe 2014 Closing Keynote: When is too much not Enough?

“Sensors everywhere, 1000 data points per person per second even today and 80% of all data unstructured but clinically meaningful: the Digital Bio Environmental Superconvergence is one of the biggest trends impacting healthcare over the next 20 years.
-Lisa Kennedy

HIMSS Europe 2014 Closing Keynote: When is too much not Enough?2018-05-29T19:07:20+00:00
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