About the Healthcare Technology Conference

Technology is taking over the planet and healthcare is no exception. The rising demand of better, convenient, and affordable healthcare is accelerating the usage of technology in the healthcare space. Smart Health 2018 brings to you the top-notch healthcare IT conference about the latest information on how technology is changing the face of healthcare in America. The top healthcare conference highlights the use of IoT, Machine Learning, VR, and Big Data in the healthcare industry in America and how it is proving beneficial to create an entirely different healthcare sector.

WHERE
Bally’s Las Vegas
WHEN
Thursday to Friday
April 26 to 27 2018

Why Attend?

Why Attend?

  • Inspire yourself from the practical case studies by your industry peers.
  • Get insights to take necessary actions for the success of your company.
  • Prepare yourself to meet the future demands and challenges in the healthcare industry.
  • Acquire the latest information about the tools, approaches, and action-plans used in IoT, Machine Learning, VR and Big Data in healthcare.
  • Engage and enhance a long-lasting business relationship with industry peers and solution providers in achieving transformation in the healthcare industry.


Key Topics Addressed

Key Topics Addressed

  • How IoT is revolutionizing modern healthcare.
  • Emerging eHealth IoT platforms.
  • VR as a boon in the surgery frontier.
  • Machine learning in predicting an epidemic outbreak.
  • Do you think Wearables are changing the health insurance industry?
  • Connected health and Smart homes.
  • How Big Data is disrupting healthcare?


Who should Attend?

Who should Attend?

Healthcare IT conferences like Smart Health provide you the perfect platform to interact with the esteemed speakers from around the globe.

Who should attend this healthcare leadership conference?

  • CEO, CIO, CTO, SVP IT, VP IT, Directors, Heads, Sr. Managers and Managers of IT and Technology.
  • Chief Strategy Officer, Directors, Heads, Sr. Managers and Managers for Innovation, Leaders, and Experts in Clinical Informatics.
  • Medical Data Analytics, Data Experts and Scientists, Medical Information Officers and all professionals related to Information Technology, Innovation.
  • Technical Strategy personnel related to the Healthcare Industry.


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Space at Smart Health 2018 is limited, so don't delay.

Conference Schedule

  • Day 1

    Thursday, 26th April, 2018

  • 08:30 AM to 08:40 AM
    Smart Health conference chair will kickoff Smart Health Las Vegas - 2018.

  • 08:40 AM to 09:100 AM
    IoT (Internet of Things) technologies are greatly impacting the healthcare industry. In the recent past, we have seen various forms of IoT devices that have been successfully implemented in hospitals and hospices all over the country. From VPO units, patient presence sensors, wearable technologies to asset tracking, all these technologies are being implemented in state of art hospitals. This session will discuss the amount of impact these technologies are creating in transforming the modern healthcare.

  • 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM

  • 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM
    The healthcare industry continues with the challenges of ripping and replacing existing departmental systems that generally worked in the past yet created many years of disruption, care provider angst, and financial stresses and the experiences were less than efficient and positive. Today however, we will be seeing more care moving to the home environment with quality hospital care delivered seamlessly and operationally in new model designs. This presentation will describe these new models that are the future of healthcare delivery that will be high in quality and sustainable.

  • 12:00 PM to 12:40 PM
    Health savings account (HSA) may be among the smartest options for saving and paying for qualified medical expenses.  Additionally, for those who save; this account can be used as another form of financial planning.  This session will provide some of the lesser known facts of the underappreciated HSA including tips for successfully implementing an HSA program.

  • 14:10 PM to 14:40 PM
    Healthcare associated infections (HAIs) account for a significant amount of morbidity and mortality in healthcare facilities. On any given day, 1 out of every 25 acute care patients can possess one or more HAI. Even more alarming, studies assessing the effectiveness of environmental services showed that less than half of disinfected surfaces passed common environmental detection methods. With an increased risk of acquiring the same multi-drug resistant organism (MDRO) from a room where the prior occupant was infected or colonized, these findings emphasize the need for utilizing supplemental decontamination technologies in reducing HAIs. The purpose of this talk is to present a novel innovated strategy in environmental decontamination.

  • 14:40 PM to 15:20 PM

  • 16:10 PM to 16:40 PM
    In addition to the sessions, panel discussions and Keynote Speakers this will the time slot for a limited number of sponsors who will have an opportunity to present to the larger group.

  • 16:40 PM to 17:10 PM
    According to research, by 2050, 20% of the world population will be above the age of 60 years. And with older age comes the risk of incurring cognitive disorders, ranging from cognitive impairments to dementia. Smart homes are an effort to minimise the living conditions of patients suffering from these impairments. Smart homes and smart care environments stem from as basic an idea of subjects having difficulties in maintaining their dietary requirements (late meals or cold meals) to more complex systems where the environment assists them in moving about a confined space. Smart systems and smart caring environments are dynamic and patient centric, this session will give the audience a meaningful insight on it.

  • Day 2

    Friday, 27th April, 2018

  • 08:30 AM to 09:00 AM

  • 09:30 AM to 10:00 AM

  • 10:50 AM to 11:20 AM
    Connected environments are only as valuable as the ways in how they choose to improve our lives. Design of Smart Homes or Smart Caring Environments must be incredibly intentional, easy to use, and continually helpful. It’s not enough for these environments to only monitor behavior. They must also proactively predict and act on how they can improve our condition of living. This talk will outline clear examples of how to design the most meaningful environments that create the most impact.

  • 11:20 AM to 11:50 AM
    Photobiomodulation (aka Light Therapy) is the science of eliciting beneficial effects in the brain, body and psyche using wavelengths of visible/colored light or invisible radiation. Leanne will present scientific research, biophotonics imagery and case studies and explain the biophysics and evolutionary ties between how sunlight and artificial light impact circadian rhythm and physical and mental health. Leanne will be sharing case studies for several of the well-researched and documented medical applications including eczema, psoriasis, shingles, wounds, chronic pain, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer’s, migraines, depression and anxiety, hypothyroidism, broken bones, muscle and joint pain and injuries, insomnia, and more.

  • 13:30 PM to 14:00 PM - 14:30
    Have you ever thought of looking down at Paris from the Eiffel Tower while lying on a hospital bed? Or have you ever imagined swimming with dolphins on clear waters while undergoing surgery? Virtual Reality (VR) is the new technology that is turning the healthcare industry upside-down. It is currently being used as a preventive, diagnostic, surgical and educational tool to resolve complicated healthcare issues and limitations. By the Year 2025 VR will be an integral part of any healthcare system. Why? Because VR has two major elements that will change healthcare as we know it: Immersive experiences and data!

  • 14:00 PM to 14:30 PM
    A 20-minute talk on how the use of Blockchain will have a bigger impact on healthcare than the internet or electronic medical record systems and why it's adoption will be much quicker.

  • 14:30 PM to 15:10 PM
    This Panel Discussion, will bring together leaders from corporate, academic, public, private, and health system incubators/accelerators, entrepreneurs and investors to explore how innovation communities are contributing to the healthcare economy and transforming healthcare. Presentations will highlight unique collaborations, public-private partnerships and economic development initiatives that are radically de-risking innovation and leading the way for faster adoption and scale of digital health technologies. In facilitated roundtable sessions, attendees will be invited to shape plans towards the launching of a collaborative strategic network that connects innovation stakeholders, builds best practices, distributes key learnings, and advances the connected health industry.

  • 16:00 PM to 16:30 PM
    Flexible sensors and wearable electronics are hot and will remain so for the foreseeable future. Flexible and wearable devices are all encompassing, from consumer to medical and beyond. Too compete in this market, it is necessary to keep up with the latest components and concepts. The innovations involve new modalities of measurement, for example an iPhone that analyzes your eyeball to determine blood pressure. Fundamentally the challenge has shifted from determining how to make accurate and precise measurements to enabling a compact wearable device with support for adequate battery life and wireless data communication. There are also challenges in making measurements on conveniently worn devices. For example, it is hard to measure ECG and breathing on a wrist worn device.

  • 16:30 PM to 17:00 PM
    The healthcare industry is changing every day and we, as leaders, have an opportunity to drive this change. Through emerging tools such as Artificial Intelligence, limitations of the industry can now become its strength.

  • 17:00 PM to 17:10 PM
    Vote of thanks from the conference chair along with a small speech from Director, Resourcifi. The night will end the Awards Ceremony with SmartHealth acknowledging the efforts of people who stood out in the healthcare tech Industry.

Some of Our Speakers

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