Health Tech Forum 2015 Conference Press Release
Mark your calendars for the 4th Annual “Innovation Conference for Common Good” presented by the HealthTechnology Forum.
The HTF conference is bringing together top experts from the healthcare industry, government and non-governmental (NGO) organizations committed to solving the world’s most vexing health care problems. The conference runs May 27-28, 2015, at the Embassy Suites SFO in Burlingame, CA.
This year it brings together some of the world’s most well recognized innovators in healthcare such as Microsoft, Vodafone Americas Foundation and California HealthCare Foundation.
“The HealthTechnology Forum (HTF) Innovation Conference is a platform for healthcare problem solving,” said Sandra Hernández, MD, CEO and President of California HealthCare Foundation. “It serves as a great example of how the best and brightest people, companies, private and public entities can come together to share technology and know-how that helps solve today’s population health issues.”
Key topics include:
- Overall health and wellness for local and global communities.
- Finding more effective ways to help communities fight deadly disease outbreaks.
- Developing innovative technologies to create long-lasting health and wellness solutions for patients.
“We are proud to participate in a healthcare innovation conference that is based on one of the strongest global grass-roots networks in health technology,” said June Sugiyama, Director of Vodafone Americas Foundation. “As an organization dedicated to utilizing its mobile technology to improve people’s lives, Vodafone Americas Foundation makes social investments to fund legacy projects like Health Technology Forum that support health, education, accessibility and disaster relief preparedness worldwide.”
Highlighted topics include the development and implementation of global healthcare infrastructures to prevent or lessen the severity of major disease outbreaks. Supporting a versatile and reliable cloud-based systems that can help guide professionals to deliver better care.
“We’ve seen a growing number of partners who are moving existing healthcare solutions to and building new ones on Microsoft Azure. Some partners provide cloud-enabled, mobile solutions to reach users and organizations in remote locations where basic caregiving services are needed most,” said Benjamin Xue, PhD, a Senior Program Manager with Microsoft Developer Experience & Evangelism. “We look forward to engaging with our partners at the Health Technology Forum Innovation Conference to advance their healthcare solutions for the world, including those underserved populations.”
“I can’t wait to see the population health solutions that are generated at this year’s HTF Common Good Conference,” said Pronoy Saha, CEO of HealthTechnology Forum. “We are gratified every year by the enthusiastic participation of companies, government, NGOs, providers, investors, sponsors and our members in collaborating to develop and deliver better care for the underserved and underrepresented population”