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Healthcare in the Digital Age, with John Patrick

For the past three decades, digital technology visionary John Patrick has been one of the primary forces driving technology innovation. As vice president of Internet technology at IBM, Patrick was at the forefront of the 1990’s Internet revolution. Since his retirement, he has continuously advocated for the further integration of IT applications in business, education,… more -->



Transforming Healthcare through Technology, with Bertalan Mesko

Dr. Bertalan Mesko, PhD is the Medical Futurist. As a geek physician with a PhD in genomics and Amazon Top 100 author, he envisions the impact of digital health technologies on the future of health, and helps patients, doctors, government regulators and companies make it a reality. Dr. Mesko was featured by dozens of top… more -->



Improving Excellence in Healthcare with Dr. John Kenagy

Dr. John Kenagy is a well-respected physician, executive, academic researcher and lecturer with a unique view of healthcare. Forbes magazine featured Dr. Kenagy as “the man who would save healthcare.” Success in 21st century healthcare requires more than excellence, it requires an organization to succeed seeking value rather than volume. SPEAKING.COM: What are some of… more -->



Fostering Equal Access to Healthcare with Dr. Sampson Davis

Let’s make education popular. Let’s “glorify and glamorize” it. Education is the new cool! After all, students have a better chance of becoming an engineer, architect, lawyer, or doctor than becoming the next LeBron James or singing sensation, Beyoncé. SPEAKING.COM: What are some of the main challenges and opportunities faced in healthcare today? DAVIS: There… more -->



Healthcare Technology Future Trends with Dr. Daniel Kraft

The chair of the Exponential Medicine Track at Singularity University since its inception, Dr. Daniel Kraft has more than two decades of experience in clinical practice, biomedical research and healthcare innovation. Dr. Kraft is the founder and Executive Director of Exponential Medicine, a program to explore new technologies and their potential for biomedicine and healthcare.… more -->



The Closing of Hospitals

While much is uncertain in the era of health reform, the number of hospitals is clearly going to shrink, perhaps by a lot. A healthcare system that tolerated the inefficiency of having two mediocre 125-bed hospitals in adjacent towns will no longer do so: one 200-bed hospital will be left standing when the dust settles.… more -->



Innovation in Healthcare Technology- Kay Koplovitz

The very first time I saw real innovation in healthcare IT was in 2003 in Chicago, when Linda Hall presented QuickMedix (later named MinuteClinic). What really impressed me was the simplicity of the premise, based on the easy “in and out” of 1 Hour Photo. If people could drop off their film and pick up… more -->



How to Succeed in the Future of Healthcare

So I was beta testing FutureSearch, this cool new Google add-on app I’m writing with a coder, and I found an article that I wrote in 2025. My first thought was, “Cool! It works!” My second thought was, “I’m still working at the age of 75?” It was only then that I focused on the… more -->



Global Health Hospitalists: Strange but Noble Bedfellows

As my Division of Hospital Medicine has grown – now to about 60 faculty – I spend part of my time figuring out what direction we should go in. At times, the path is obvious. It didn’t take Wayne Gretsky to recognize that we needed expertise in healthcare IT a decade ago, or in cost… more -->




Speakers / Writers

  • A poll by Real Screen Magazine designated Ken's documentary film The Civil War as the second most influential documentary film of all time. He was also named, alongside Robert Flaherty, as the most infl ... more -->

  • Isolated in the Amazonian jungle after his raft went over a waterfall, Yossi Ghinsberg should have perished. Instead the Israeli, a 22-year-old youth at the time, gathered his wits and embarked on a three-week-long e ... more -->

  • Katie Linendoll is the go-to expert for the latest innovations in technology. Best known as the TODAY show's fun and savvy tech contributor, Katie travels the world to cover the latest gadgets and inventions befo ... more -->
  • Formerly a broadcast journalist, Connie Dieken brings the insights from her bestsellers Talk Less, Say More and Become the Real Deal to thought leadership presentations assisting executives to develop pr ... more -->

  • The youngest state judge ever to be elected, Catherine Crier has dedicated her life to the pursuit of justice. A strong spirited independent, Crier has been one of the most outspoken voices on the need to reform the A ... more -->

  • Award-winning journalist and breast cancer survivor, Joan Lunden has been one of the nation’s most trusted voices and personalities for over 30 years. The author of 8 books, the former Good Morning America anch ... more -->
  • Savannah Guthrie is the co-anchor of the Today show and NBC’s News Chief Legal Correspondent.

    Guthrie got her start in local news before transferring to WRC-TV in Washington D.C., where she covered major st ... more -->

  • Ty Bennett is one of the youngest ever recipients to become a Certified Speaking Professional, the benchmark for the best speakers in the world that only 5% of professional speakers ever receive. Achievement at a youn ... more -->

  • Holding an unrivalled position at the forefront of thinking methodology, Edward de Bono has arguably had a greater influence on the ways in which we “think about thinking” than any other figure of his age.

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