Intel to present Keynote outlining intersection of Healthcare and IoT at IoT Slam 2016 Virtual Internet of Things Conference
Intel Healthcare’s Worldwide Medical Director John Sotos MD, is to deliver a Keynote at the Second International IoT Slam 2016 virtual internet of things conference, April 28th 2016, held online in the cloud.
Organized by experts and authorities in the IoT industry and backed by the world’s largest CxO IoT Community (consisting of 13,300+ senior business executives and the IoT industry movers and shakers), this online conference will highlight key trends, real world industry use-cases, important advancements and defining accomplishments in the development and management of IoT.
In his Keynote titled: “Reaching the healthcare Internet of Things” Dr Sotos will outline how the Internet of Things promises the ability to monitor multiple physiological functions of humans outside of the hospital — continuously, accurately, conveniently, economically, and on a large scale.
His presentation will discuss several factors that will influence how and when this vision can be achieved, including:
(1) Questions about the benefits (and harms) of IoT data, from both a clinical outcomes perspective and a cost-effectiveness perspective,
(2) The effect of governmental regulation on sensors, connections, and analytics, and, from this, the bounds of non-regulated consumer healthcare, and
(3) Questions of who pays for such services in healthcare, and how physicians are compensated to look at IoT data.
Date; April 28th
Time 4.40pm – 5.10pm US Eastern Time
Location: Grand Keynote Theater (Virtual Room)
“We are delighted to announce Dr.Sotos as a keynote speaker at the second IoT Slam virtual conference” said Bill Mortimer, Vice President of Strategic Marketing at Spirent Communications, and IoT Slam Organizing Committee Chairman. ”Healthcare is not only being disrupted by the advent of IoT, but being revolutionized by it. The innovations that IoT will bring to healthcare will ultimately lead to better patient care and help save lives. We look forward to Dr Sotos providing a practitioner’s perspective on the impact IoT will have on healthcare globally.”
IoT Slam 2016 Registration
For more information or to register for the event, visit http://www.iotslam.com/register. Registered attendees can view a recording of the presentation for three months after the event.
Registered Attendees will also benefit from receiving full access to all IoT Slam 2015 Sessions.