Since 2007, HITLAB’s Seminar Series has brought together leading experts—scientists, physicians, IT architects, public health practitioners, investors, attorneys, and more—who share a single vision: to design and scale healthcare technologies that will improve health outcomes around the world.
Through the Seminar Series, HITLAB aims to bridge gaps between academic and professional healthcare arenas, facilitate connections within metropolitan healthcare networks, and provide an inspiring and educating opportunity for growing professionals.
Seminars are held from 5:30-6:30pm at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health campus. Seminars are followed by a networking reception from 6:30-7:30pm at Coogans. The first 20 attendees to check in at the Seminar will receive a free drink voucher for the reception at Coogans! The events are free to attend, but RSVP is required.
In February 2017, HITLAB launched a live stream feature for individuals who are unable to attend our weekly Seminar Series’ events in person. Please see the link below to the live stream library.
Columbia University Mailman School of Public HealTH
722 W 168th St., New York, NY 10032
4015 Broadway, New York, NY 10032
SPRING 2017 Seminar Schedule
|Jan. 26||Maria Gotsch||President & CEO, Partnership Fund for NYC||Smart Venture: How Venture Capital gives a boost to NYC’s digital health innovation economy|
|Feb. 2||David Tsay||Associate Chief Innovation Officer, New York- Presbyterian||Conversations with a Cardiologist – What’s Next in Healthcare Innovation|
|Feb. 16||Dr. Robert Reiner||Executive Director & Founder, Behavioral Associates||Increasing Behavioral Health Outcomes with Mental Health Technology: Virtual Reality|
|Feb. 23||Tom Feitel||Fellow, HITLAB||Imagineering: Achieving Velocity in Digital Healthcare Innovation|
|Mar. 2||David Gruber, MD, MBA (CBS, '86)||Managing Director, Alvarez and Marsal Healthcare Industry Group (HIG)||Repeal and Repair: Separating Fact from Fiction|
|Mar. 9||Adrian Gropper, MD||CTO, Patient Privacy Rights||Patient-owned Medical Records: Can Blockchain Change the way we manage our Medical Data?|
|Mar. 23||Mark Rothe||Senior Statistical Programmer - Project Lead, Roche||Visual Analytics: Helping to Obtain the Energy Required by Brandolini’s Law|
|Mar. 30||Dominic Haazen||Lead Health Policy Specialist, World Bank||A Vision for Digital Health to Improve Primary Care in Developing Countries|
|Apr. 6||Tina Brown-Stevenson||SVP, Health Systems Analytics and Decision Support, UnitedHealth Group||Using Big Data to achieve the Triple Aim|
|Apr. 13||David Putrino||Assistant Professor, Weill Cornell Medical College||Using Technology for Healthcare and Social Good: Lessons Learned in the Trenches|
|Apr. 20||Jeremy Sohn||VP, Head of Digital Business Development & Licensing, Novartis||TBA|
|Apr. 27||Haipeng Zhang, MD||Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School||TBA|
LIVE STREAM AND RECORDINGS
In February 2017, HITLAB launched a live stream feature for individuals who are unable to attend our weekly Seminar Series’ events in person. Please see this page for upcoming live stream sessions and past event recordings.
ApplY to present
Your presentation should:
- Provide a compelling argument supported by evidence or a depth of expertise,
- Emphasize digital health innovation,
- Identify a method or technology that leads to greater health outcomes, &
- Not be a pitch, but convey deep learning in your field.
Please review the FAQ’s page before submitting an application. Thank you!
QUESTIONS? EMAIL SEMINARS@HITLAB.ORG