Talks by: Shiv GaglaniSean AhrensVinod KhoslaChristopher Longhurst MDJohn Mattison MDLarry Smarr PhDJohn Abele

Synthesis videos from FutureMed 2012 can be found here

The Hottest New Tools & Technologies for Physicians and Patients

Shiv Gaglani, a Johns Hopkins Medical School student and an Editor for MedGadget, takes a quick tour explores the cutting edge of health and medical technologies in the FutureMed Demo Room.

Crohnology: Bringing Together a World of Crohn’s Patients

Sean Ahrens, a patient with Crohn’s disease co-founded Crohnology.com,  an innovative and impactful platform to engage and connect fellow Crohn’s patients, and to enable them to support each other, and crowd-source and share information to improve their quality of life and outcomes.

Vinod Khosla is a technology, entrepreneurial and investing legend, having co-founded Sun Microsystems, and now leading Khosla Ventures, which is making many investments in healthcare focused startups.  Vinod discusses his views on the opportunity and need, and emerging power for smart AI systems (like IBM-Watson) to enhance medical diagnosis and decision making, and in some cases to replace many physicians.
Dr. Christopher Longhurst, a pediatrician and the Chief Medical Information Officer for Stanford’s Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, describes the impact and potential for the smart and effective mining of electronic medical records to improve care and  save lives.
The Chief Medical Information Officer and Assistant Medical Director for Kaiser Permanente explores the potential to engage and impact patient care by leveraging lesssons from gaming, psychology and beyond.
Dr. Smarr, a physicist and leader in scientific super-computing at UCSD is now exploring the world of Quantified Self, and his own data in detail… down to 3D printing his own colon, as he looks to understand and best manage his own Crohn’s disease.
John Abele, founder of Boston Scientific, shares an important perspective for all who seek to help patients and improve medicine.

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