Health 2.0 Houston Launch Event


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  • Join Health 2.0 Houston for our Launch Event at the Houston Technology Center! Hear one-minute "elevator pitches" from a selection of the best and the brightest Houston area innovators and health start-ups.* If you’ve got what it takes to be a pitch master, you must register for consideration to pitch by January 15! Then join us for two very special speakers...

    Bryan Vartabedian, MD, is a Houston area thought leader who writes about the convergence of social media and medicine. “Dr. V” is an assistant professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine and co-founder of the Medical Futures Lab, a newly launched collaborative center focused on re-imagining the future of medicine.  The lab is interested in exploring the ways that digital technologies are changing the practice of medicine, from the challenges of privacy and professionalism in social media to the ethical dilemmas of big data, personalized medicine, genome sequencing, and the quantified self.  As a center based at Rice University with core collaborators at Baylor College of Medicine and University of Texas Health Science Center, their team includes physicians, artists, serious games designers, creative writers, bioinformaticists, filmmakers and data visualization experts. He writes and thinks at the intersection of medicine and technology on his blog, 33 charts.

    Nate Gross, MD, is from the San Francisco Bay Area and has made a career out of working with great people and ideas at the intersection of health, policy and technology. He is the co-founder of Doximity, a HIPAA compliant physician network with over 567,000 US physicians in 87 specialties. He is also the co-founder of 
    Rock Health, the leading seed accelerator for health startups. Nate graduated from Emory University School of Medicine with an MD, and Harvard Business School with an MBA.

    Register Now!

When

Tue, Jan. 29, 2013
7 p.m. - 9 p.m. US/Central

Where

Houston Technology Center
410 Pierce Street
Houston, Texas 77002