2018 Inaugural Healinc Future Health Innovation Summit
Monday 8th October 2018
This unique Summit brings together the finest minds currently working in digital health, regenerative medicine, cellular therapy and precision health. The Summit will also introduce participants to new approaches to designing, promoting and paying for future health innovations, and will offer an unprecedented opportunity for these innovators to connect and collaborate with health industry leaders on creating the future of health, now.
The Summit is open to investors, researchers, clinicians, employers and healthcare benefits experts, as well as government and regulatory decision-makers and influencers - including the US coastal region, the Caribbean and coastal South and Central America - as well as start-up entrepreneurs, students, healthcare professionals and associated disciplines. This is a rare opportunity for a wide variety of experts to learn about and influence the emerging technologies that will exponentially impact the future of healthcare.
This CME accredited event offers up to 18 CME Credits (ACCME and AMA) accepted in the US and elsewhere.
The Summit will be under the distinguished patronage of the Governor General of The Bahamas, Her Excellency Dame Marguerite Pindling, GCMG. The Honorable Dr. Duane Sands, MD, FACS, Minister of Health, Bahamas, will also speak at the opening ceremony.
Purchase Tickets at www.eventbrite.co.uk
Register at www.healthincfuturehealthsummit.com
Melia Nassau Beach Hotel,
4914 West Bay Street,
Bridge To The Future
Doctors Hospital's Bridge To The Future program aims to engage high school students interested in S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects with exposure to the latest innovations in healthcare. Students selected to participate in the Bridge To The Future program will obtain free admission to the HEALinc Future Health Innovation Summit opening and will have the opportunity to meet Tanmay Bakshi, the 14 year old tech guru, who is the youngest developer of IBM Watson.
Interested STUDENTS are asked to CLICK HERE, to apply. Note that only 100 students will be selected to participate.
Note that STUDENTS interested in participating must:
- be in grade 10 or 11 or its equivalent and be 14-16 years old
- have a keen interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) subjects
- have the consent of a parent/guardian, as a parent or guardian will be required to accompany the student to the event
Interested TEACHERS are asked to CLICK HERE to apply. Note that only 50 teachers will be selected to participate.
The application deadline is September 14. Students and teachers selected to participate will be notified by September 19.