Events

Penn Medicine is implementing AI with patients to guide them through cancer care, postpartum recovery, and hypertension management for better outcomes. Learn how the new technology is tested and validated, as well as the potential value to health systems, payers...
Among major cities in the U.S., Philadelphia ranks highest in overdose deaths. At Penn Medicine’s emergency departments (ED), patients are treated for overdose, withdrawal, or other complications of opioid use every hour of every day, but face significant barriers to...
The Accelerators in Health Care game inspires participants to collaborate and compete in small teams to find creative solutions for some of the industry’s toughest health care challenges. Taken from real-life experiences of health care provider organizations, teams of players...
B. Franklin said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Learn how mapping and visualizing health data can be used to identify predictors and patterns of health conditions, risks, and disease transmission, while keeping individual privacy intact....
People on the autism spectrum suffer from an unemployment rate of 80 to 85% despite possessing valuable skills and the desire to contribute. Join the panel discussion to learn how Philadelphia businesses and universities are making significant contributions to the...
Emerging technologies are making it possible to continuously monitor patients’ mental wellness, but doing so can bring more questions than answers. In this session, executives at growing tech startups, established health insurers, and healthcare researchers will share lessons learned in...
Creating Unexpected Intersections between individuals touched by cancer and artists Cancer survivor Jenna Benn Shersher realized  the benefits of creative arts in helping young adults with cancer cope and heal. She later founded Twist Out Cancer, an international non-profit that...