Health:Refactored, a code- and design-focused conference for health, will be taking place at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View on May 13 - 14. The 2-day conference will provide developers and designers with the opportunity to hone health tech skills, access coveted industry APIs, and interact with industry leaders in user-led sessions. By attending, developers and designers will learn how to build and scale impactful products to improve people’s health and the health care system that serves them.
The health tech industry is rapidly evolving, and the potential to improve lives with technology is undeniable. However, the barriers to building and scaling these technologies can still be daunting. That’s why we need the most skilled developers and designers to boldly the health care arena, and create solutions that will change the health of communities across the world.
At Health:Refactored, you will learn the ins and outs of health tech data, design, law, biz dev, and the ecosystem from industry pros. Hear from big names like Esther Dyson (Health Tech Investor), Alex Tam (Sr. Interaction Designer of frog), Aza Raskin (VP of Jawbone), Bryan Sivak (CTO of HHS), and Sean Nolan (Distinguished Engineer & Head Architect of Microsoft HealthVault).
Outside of the sessions, attendees can build on industry APIs in workshops by Intel, Walgreens, Nuance, New York eHealth Collaborative, MedHelp, and Achievemint. Attendees will have ample opportunity to network and mingle during user-led sessions, open debates, and at the beer garden.
Build to make a difference. Learn how: attend Health:Refactored and follow Health:Refactored updates at #hrefactored.