Four Massachusetts Digital Health Events to Close Out 2019

December 3, 2019
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MassDigitalHealth editors


There are several digital health events happening in Massachusetts this December and each has something for everyone: startups, investors, job seekers, academics, you name it. In 2020, keep an eye on the Mass Digital Health events calendar to find more industry events – and discover why the world comes to Massachusetts for healthcare innovation. 

Healthcare Security Forum

December 9-10
Westin Copley Place, Boston

Healthcare information security breaches now happen at least once per day, according to HIPAA Journal. That rate isn’t showing signs of slowing down—patient data records now fetch more than credit card accounts on black markets. As the industry embeds tech into healthcare workflows and connects more medical devices, gaps in security are putting organizations at greater risk.

On December 9-10, attend the Healthcare Security Forum to understand how to prepare for the emerging threats in this area, learn how to maximize existing security, and get a peek at some of the most highly regarded healthcare security programs in use today.

 

Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit

December 9-10
Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Boston

The Digital Healthcare Innovation Summit (DHIS) unites the investors, entrepreneurs, providers, payers, and industry leaders who are developing the digital tools that create new therapies and deliver more efficient – and effective – care to patients. Attendees will have the opportunity to network with decision makers from across healthcare.

DHIS features two days of discussions, presentations, and networking events with c-suite level people from across the digital health ecosystem. You won’t want to miss this event. Early bird registration ends on December 6.

Trends in Telehealth by HealthTech Build

December 10
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Boston

After many years of progress, telehealth is finally reaching mainstream clinical practice. New models for care delivery are helping patients receive more timely and comfortable care while reducing medical costs. Many insurance companies and employers are now offering telehealth as a benefit which speaks to its cost effectiveness. This intimate discussion will examine telehealth scenarios including rural patient care, behavioral health, biotech telehealth therapies, and integrated virtual care with text messaging and remote monitoring. Early attendees will get to see the Well-B Innovation Center’s Hospital in the Home exhibit.

Tap Into TechSpring: The Robots Are Here

December 12
TechSpring, Springfield

Robots and automation are a growing part of our world. Even in health care, this is becoming a common occurrence. On December 12, Tap Into TechSpring will discuss how robots will impact healthcare, opportunities and challenges inherent in the use of this technology. Attendees will see an example of a robot at work today at Baystate Health.