We want to hear from you!
Our team over at HITLAB is constantly looking for ways to facilitate innovative thinking and collaboration in healthcare. So it’s not surprising that we can’t wait to kick-off our inaugural HITLAB Innovators Summit this Monday, December 1st in New York City. Here are 9 ways that you can contribute to the global healthcare discussion.
1. Follow and Use the Hashtag #HITLABsummit on social media
Take a look at what other innovators are talking about around event time and add your thoughts too!
2. Tweet us at @HITLABnyc
Have questions, comments, or just want to give us a shout out? We’d love to hear from you. Who knows, you might even get a retweet.
3. Interact with the Speakers on Twitter
If you thought a talk was thought-provoking, don’t be shy about tweeting the speaker a question or following their accounts. Here are a few to get started:
Robert E. Kelly, MD
President at NewYork Presbyterian
Cole J Fox
Founder of Protohack
VIP Workshop Leader
Assistant Director of Digital Health & Innovation at Clinton Foundation
Women are the Agents of Change Panelist
4. Be a part of the HITLAB Innovators Summit community on Bizzabo
Downloading the app and signing up is super easy; you can do it through your LinkedIn profile. Not only does it give you access to the most up-to-date agenda but it’s also your one-stop-shop for getting in touch with attendees, speakers, and organizers of the event.
5. Follow the World Cup Finalists
As you know, we recently announced the finalists for the World Cup global design healthcare competition. Keep up with these startups looking to reinvent healthcare on their websites: Careticker, NVS Technologies, OwnedOutcomes, Psious, and Touch Surgery.
6. Visit our Websites
We always welcome inquiries from other forward-thinking individuals and organizations for potential partnerships in next year’s summit or future projects with HITLAB.
7. Check Out the HITLAB blog
Every month we do a post called “Innovator’s Spotlight,” featuring HITLAB staff and collaborators at the forefront of healthcare and technology. It’s a great way to see the everyday work and perspectives of thought-leaders in healthcare and digital health.
9. Sign Up for Our Newsletter to Receive Updates and Highlights from the Summit
Not a social media fan? No worries, we have a newsletter too.