The PMI Atlanta Healthcare Forum has 9 planned sessions throughout 2018. Proposed topics include IT & IT PMO in Healthcare, Healthcare SME/Domain Forums such as Clinical, Laboratory, Research, Tomorrow's Healthcare & Government practices/law, Thought Leadership in Healthcare, and Innovation in Healthcare Technology.
Advanced technologies and innovation has clearly impacted the landscape of healthcare delivery over the past ten years… MRI, robotic surgery, retail health, telehealth, wearable devices, mobile apps, electronic medical records, etc. all have improved quality and changed the way we look at care …and just as we start to get accustomed to a new normal enter the science of genomics, the ability to personalize medical treatments, blockchain and AI technology.
In 2007, 23-and-Me began offering direct to consumer (DTC) genetic testing. Today dozens of companies offer DTC globally and the Industry is expected to grow to $350 million by 2022. And that’s just the “consumer” side of the getting to know genomics market. On the scientific side there’s a $23 billion genomic research industry that is advancing growth in a $43 billion precision medicine marketplace.
As precision medicine merges into mainstream care delivery, companies are creating global marketplaces for genomic commerce where science can publish and trade genomic data and Individuals can safely store, then share their genomic information with doctors and even get paid when they participate in medical research. , “It’s all about You!” explores how blockchain technology protects, secures and enables access to valuable genomic data in this new environment.
Bud has recently been asked to help deliver business models into the precision and personal medicine marketplace. In business advisor and board member roles, he’s helped bring pharmacogenetics tools into clinical care, and advanced the bio-science market development behind a global genomic data network using a blockchain technology.
Over several years he led telehealth initiatives that redefined the point of care and pushed advent of concierge medicine, remote health data and mobile apps. In 2004, Bud directed the healthcare pivot for a $1 billion global tech company into voice-video-data care solutions. His tech transfer advocacy extends into national and state policy forums and as an invited charter member at Washington D.C. change agent The Center for Health Transformation.
His healthcare career accomplishments are grounded in fundamental care delivery and reflect a passion for bringing emerging health technologies and innovative business solutions to market. He recently launched a major strategic initiative called Health Parks and has served in senior roles with national providers: Tenet Health, Mariner Post-Acute Care Networks, and Health Images.
Bud is a University of Illinois MBA alumnus.
Wednesday, May 16, 2018, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Philips Healthcare, 13560 Morris Road, PHA University Room, Alpharetta, GA 30004
PMI Atlanta Member: $12.00, Early Bird Rate $10.00 through April 11th
Non-Member: $15.00, Early Bird Rate $13.00 through April 11th
Forums no longer accept cash registrations at the door. Please register in advance or via credit card at the door.
Meeting content, presenter, and location are subject to change. Refunds will not be made for changes in meeting content, presenters, or locations.
Earn 1 PDU
Talent Triangle Category: Strategic & Business Management
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