The year is 2030. Health Care, Life Sciences and Technology have banded together to change the world.
How did we do it? Join Dr. Stephen Klasko, president and CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, Dan Trigub, head of Uber Health, and members of the Proskauer life sciences and health care practices at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference for a discussion on the history of the future of health.
January 14, 2020
5:30 p.m. PDT | Cocktails
6:30 p.m. PDT | Speakers
This event is by invitation only. Please reach out to Proskauer_events@proskauer.com if you are interested in attending.
How We Changed the Future of Health
As we look back on the 2020s, Dr. Stephen Klasko will trace the three-pronged approach the industry took to transform health. He’ll explore how health care became addressless, how the selection and education of researchers, clinicians and doctors evolved, and how we were finally able to address inequities in care access and outcomes.
Dan Trigub, the Head of Uber Health, will discuss the importance of reliable and efficient Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) solutions when it comes to improving patient health outcomes, and the growing role that technology plays in creating healthier communities. He’ll share real-life case studies and examples from healthcare providers, insurers, brokers and caregivers using Uber Health.
Finally, and throughout the event, Rick Zall will reflect on the role of PE firms, private credit organizations and strategic investors played in fueling transformation.
The (Re)Sequenced DNA of Health Care
Alongside Dr. Stephen Klasko and Dan Trigub, attendees will meet and network in an exclusive setting with other industry disruptors, including executives from the nation’s largest hospital and health systems, cutting edge biopharma, medical device and life sciences companies, and investors.
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