2018 HTF Innovation Conference

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MAY 14TH-15TH, 2018 | STANFORD UNIVERSITY

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Overview


You haven't attended a health conference like this! Join us for 2 days of captivating keynotes, two tracks of thought-provoking panels, an exhibition hall, an invite-only innovation showcase, and an intimate networking reception at the 7th Annual HTF Innovation Conference.

Clinicians, Technologists, Researchers, Entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalists, Public Health Officials, Not-For-Profit Organizations, Governmental Agencies and others will convene with a shared goal to accelerate bringing solutions to market for acute pain points.

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Featured Speakers

Themes

Talent, Tools, and Techniques to Improve Behavioral Health

Focus is on the growing domains on behavioral health in the broader health and healthcare spectrum. Thought leaders from diverse disciplines will share tool, strategies, and techniques to address and improve behavioral health issues. We will also explore innovative solutions in terms of access, availability, and funding of behavior health resources and tools.

Next Generation Engagement

Empowering each of us through information, technologies, devices, support systems, and mobile solutions are a great way to initiate the process of behavioral change. True engagement and behavior change require continuously available, real-time, personalized and targeted nudging that is distinctive and meaningful to that person. The right tools and technologies for the right person at the right time can help create a culture of health and optimize care.

Healthy Aging and Resilience

Healthy aging is about how we live and savor life rather than focusing on illness and disease. With the help of a platform of ecosystems and advanced technologies, we can promote, optimize, and sustain our lives. Moreover, the right technology for the right person at the right time can create a behavioral symphony of health and wellness that further add years to our lives and life to our years.

INNOVATION SHOWCASE

The invitation-only INNOVATION SHOWCASE returns for HTFIC2018 and is aimed at connecting startup companies with members of the investment community to develop strategic partnerships and fundraising opportunities. It also provides companies high visibility and marketing presence at the conference via demo opportunities in the expo.

Last year included 14 health technology startups and many investment firms in attendance, including Mayfield Fund, Illumina Ventures, Johnson & Johnson Innovations, Summation Health Ventures, and Khosla Ventures.

If you are a startup or investor interested in participating in the Innovation Showcase, please email partnerships@healthtechnologyforum.com for more information.

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Schedule


May 14th

08:00 - 08:45 | Hall 1

Registration

08:45 - 09:00 | Hall 1

Welcome and Overview

09:00 - 10:00 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

Keynote: How the Age Wave will Transform Health and Longevity
Ken Dychtwald, PhD /

10:00 - 10:55 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

Moving Beyond Illness and Disease to a Culture of Health
Dennis Robbins, PhD, MPH / Ardy Arianpour / John Mattison, MD / Amy McDonough /

10:55 - 11:10

Break

11:10 - 12:00 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

Positioning For Commercial Success – From “So-What” to Breakthrough
Mark Goettling / Stacie Depner / David Cerino / Geof Baker /

12:00 - 13:15

Lunch

13:15 - 14:05 | Track 1 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

Creating Actionable Information for Healthcare Professionals and Patients To Enhance Outcomes
Lorraine Chapman / Amanda Goltz / Bridget Hurley / Martha Najib /

13:15 - 14:05 | Track 2 | Berg Hall C

Evidenced Based Algorithms Across the Spectrum of Care
Rhonda Montgomery, PhD /

14:10 - 15:00 | Track 1 | Main Room - Berg Hall A&B

Science, Technology, Medicine, and Fashion: Expanding the Realm of Wearables
Casey Kerrigan, MD /

14:10 - 15:00 | Track 2 | Berg Hall C

New Frontiers in Connected Health
Scott Mauvais / Bruce Bell / Sean Caffey, MD /

15:00 - 15:15

Break

15:15 - 16:05 | Track 1 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

Tools, Talent, and Technique to Improve Behavioral Health
Luba Botcheva, PhD / Michael Byer / Andrew Chacko, MD / Kristian Ranta /

15:15 - 16:05 | Track 2 | Berg Hall C

Digital Health for Complex Populations
Daniel Chavez /

16:10 - 17:10 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

Cross-Industry Approaches to Innovations
Arundhati Parmar / Brett Conrad / Don Navarro / Tammy Rimes, MPA / Marc Siry /

17:10 - 19:15

Networking Reception
May 15th

08:00 - 08:45 | Hall 1

Registration

08:45 - 09:00 | Hall 1

Welcome and Overview

09:00 - 10:15 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

Keynote: Next Generation Engagement
Patrick Dunn, PhD, MS, MB / Benjamin Sperling / Robert Raleigh, PhD / Rick Gossage / Dennis Robbins, PhD, MPH /

10:15 - 10:55 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

The Circadian Pump: Sleep, Wake, and Behavioral Health
Gerry Hurowitz, MD / Michael Byer /

10:55 - 11:10

Break

11:10 - 12:00 | Main Room - Berg Hall A&B

How Virtual and Augmented Reality Will Transform Healthcare
Walter Greenleaf, PhD / Beth Rogozinski /

12:00 - 13:15

Lunch

13:15 - 14:05 | Track 1 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

Empowering Innovation – How AI intersects with the hottest areas in healthcare
Aashima Gupta / Michael Aratow, MD, FACEP / John Cornwell / Jim Stefansic, PhD / Fran Ayalasomayajula, MPH, PMP /

13:15 - 14:05 | Track 2 | Berg Hall C

Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing: Impending Value and the Path Forward
Geetha Rao, PhD / Michael Snyder, PhD / Ellen Berg, PhD / Anita Singh / Greg Tranah, PhD /

14:10 - 15:00 | Track 1 | Main Room Berg Hall A&B

How can we simultaneously enable medication adherence and positive behavioral change?
Elizabeth Oyekan, PharmD, FCSHP, CPHQ / Yan Chow, MD, MBA / Kate Lorig, Dr.P.H. / John Schinnerer / Scott Zeller, MD /

14:10 - 15:00 | Track 2 | Berg Hall C

The Convergence of Mindfulness in the Tech Workspace: Why this Matters
Nancy Lee / Steph Stern / Laurie Coe /

15:00 - 15:15

Break

15:15 - 16:05 | Track 1 | Main Room - Berg Hall A&B

An Executive View on the Next Generation of Healthcare
Todd Ferris, MD / Brian Clay, MD / Rick Peters, MD / Neil Solomon, MD / Peter S. Tippett, MD, PhD /

15:15 - 16:05 | Track 2 | Secondary Room - Berg Hall C

Cross-border Innovation and Entrepreneurship Opportunities In Health Between US and China: How To Get The Best of Both Worlds
Eva Woo / Yang Huang, PhD / Amy Kwok, MD, MPH / Zion Shen, PhD /

16:10 - 17:10

Closing Session: Developing and Scaling Health Innovations for Low-and-Medium Income Markets
Pronoy Saha / Stefano Bertozzi, MD, PhD / Peter Long, PhD /

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Sponsors


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Venue


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Common Good is held at Li Ka Shing Learning and Knowledge Center (LKSC), Stanford University.

From HWY 280 North or South:
  • Take the Sand Hill Road exit, head east
  • Turn right on Stock Farm Road
  • Turn right on Oak Road
  • Parking lot entrance on your right
From HWY 101 North or South:
  • Take Embarcadero Road West exit
  •  Follow Embarcadero Road, which turns into Galvez Street after El Camino Real
  • Turn right on Campus Drive
  • Turn right on Searville Road
  • Parking lot entrance on your left
Walking:
  • Follow pink color route on the map
  • Walking Distance: 0.5 miles (7-10 minutes walk)
Marguerite Shuttle:
  • Take HD (Hospital Direct) Line* (comes every 7-10 minutes)
  • Shuttle stop is next to the parking lot entrance
  • Get off at Campus Drive @ Cogen/Li Ka Shing
  • Return shuttle will be on the opposite side of drop off location
Highway 280 North or South:
  • Take the Sand Hill Road exit, head east
  • Turn right on Stock Farm Road
  • Go past Oak Road
  • Make the next left-hand turn
  • Follow directions for “all” below
From Bayshore Bayshore US Highway Highway 101 North or South:
  • Take the Embarcadero Road/West exit
  • Follow Embarcadero Road for about two miles LKSC
  • Cross El Camino Real, after which the road becomes Galvez Street
  • Turn right at Arboretum Road
  • Turn left on Sand Hill Road
  • Turn left on Stock Farm Road LKSC Parking Turn left on Stock Farm Road
  • Make the next left-hand turn
  • Follow directions for “all” below
All:
  • Stay to the right
  • Turn left into the second parking structure entrance
  • Drive all up to the roof of the parking structure where Event parking is where Event parking is
  • Correctly scratch the permit and place it on your dashboard

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Lodging


Name Phone Website
Crowne Plaza Palo Alto - PREFERRED HOTEL (888) 565-6158 Group Discount Website (use Group Code CGC)
The Westin Palo Alto (650) 321-4422 www.starwoodhotels.com/westin/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=1198
Sheraton Palo Alto Hotel (650) 328-2800 www.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=214
BEST WESTERN PLUS Riviera (650) 321-8772 www.bestwesternmenlopark.com
The Epiphany Hotel (650) 666-3311 www.jdvhotels.com/hotels/california/silicon-valley-hotels/the-epiphany-hotel
Stanford Terrace Inn (650) 857-0333 stanfordterraceinn.com
Hotel Keen (650) 327-2775 www.hotelkeen.com
Travelodge Palo Alto (650) 600-8515 www.travelodgepaloalto.com
Hilton Garden Inn Palo Alto (650) 843-0795 hiltongardeninn3.hilton.com/en/hotels/california/hilton-garden-inn-palo-alto-PAOCRGI/index.html
Courtyard by Marriott Palo Alto Los Altos (650) 941-9900 www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/paocy-courtyard-palo-alto-los-altos/?scid=bb1a189a-fec3-4d19-a255-54ba596febe2
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