How do we create a future where we continue the trajectory of making life better year after year?
Talk by James N. Weinstein
Balancing the potential of data intelligence systems, from enabling earlier diagnoses to exposing health inequities across the United States, with the wisdom and experience of health care practitioners.
Talk by Ziad Obermeyer
Instead of asking algorithms to learn from humans and reproduce human judgment — including our errors, biases, and incentives — what if we asked them to learn from nature?
Talk by Thomas M. Priselac
Effective use of data and analytics has the potential to fulfill health care’s aspirations.
Health care costs have historically grown at about 2% faster than income in the United States. One way or another, we have to control health care spending growth, and the onus is on the provider.
How 35,000 people spat in a tube so that their genetic information would be combined with clinical, sociodemographic, and environmental data to help them live healthier lives.
Community health workers really do need to be from the community.
Digital medicine is here, and it’s here to stay.
To what extent do health departments find the necessary community resources to solve public health problems, and to what extent do they need to build from scratch?
Talk by Nick Seddon
Just throwing things together doesn’t make for integrated care. If we spent more time looking at what is good about each other’s health care systems rather than what we hate, that would help move forward a seamless care experience for patients.