Healthcare is undergoing rapid transformation, but for many, not rapid enough. Come hear from forward-looking leaders as they showcase their transformative technology approaches to facilitating change.
Early bird registration is only $10, until Oct 7. Register here.
The Cascadia Region is known for its deep bench of technology, biotechnology, and healthcare talent. Join us to preview demonstrations of new products and tools that show how these fields are coming together to facilitate much needed transformation across healthcare. You will see interactive apps, portable diagnostic tools, new wave health IT, data discovery techniques. Prepare to be wowed by futuristic approaches that are right around the corner.
Location: Cambia Grove
Date: Tuesday, Oct 8, 2019, 5-8 pm (immediately following day 1 of the Geekwire Summit held at the Hyatt Regency Seattle)
2019 Cascadia HealthTech Showcase presenters include the following companies
An app-based program for teens and young adults who vape and want to quit.
Smart Pacifier platform to help caregivers monitor infants for hearing loss.
Medical image analysis using AI.
Voice enabled IoT medication management platform.
Patient relationship management platform is designed to help oncology providers improve care coordination and facilitate better patient engagement and communication.
Omic predicts next year’s highest cost patients and creates genomic and other -omic intervention strategies.
Biopsy needle tracking with HoloLens.
Care providers use Samaritan to help vulnerable populations address critical determinants of health, significantly lowering costs and yielding life-changing outcomes.
tuzag is a revolutionary digital tailoring and communication engagement relationship platform that provides a conversational AI concierge fostering surprising, delightful, one-on-one relationships for that generate exponentially greater engagement and navigation.
AR + AI software for surgery in a wearable device that delivers the right data to users on-demand, any place it’s needed.
In addition, Cambia Grove Innovator Fellows, Mansi Mehrotra and Kristin Mussar, will present their work with Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center developing cloud infrastructure to support the analysis and publication of transcriptomic heterogeneities at the single-cell level. Learn how they are architecting a single-cell analysis pipeline capable of running popular analysis frameworks at scale.
We look forward to seeing you!