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Responding to Global Health Crises – Technology & Policy Innovation

Responding to Global Health Crises – Technology & Policy Innovation

Information Technology Industry Council (ITI) & Intel present…
RESPONDING TO GLOBAL HEALTH CRISES – TECHNOLOGY & POLICY INNOVATION
Date: Wednesday, December 3
Time: 9am – Noon ET
Location: Top of the Hill @ The Reserve Officers Association (1 Constitution Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002)
 
You are invited to join Steven VanRoekel, Chief Innovation Officer of USAID; Dean Garfield, President and CEO of ITI; and Justin Rattner, President of the Intel Foundation, for a discussion on ways technological innovation and policy reform can improve local and global responses to emerging health crises.
 
The special event will include a conversation with technology, policy and global health leaders, featuring demonstrations of emerging innovative solutions. Breakfast and refreshments will be available. Click on the link below for additional details.
 
RSVP - https://techandglobalhealth.eventbrite.com
 
Speakers include:

  • Steven VanRoekel, Chief Innovation Officer, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • Justin Rattner, President, Intel Foundation
  • Dean Garfield, President and CEO, Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)
  • Jason Paragas, PhD, Deputy Director, Office of Mission Innovation, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Jeremy Wacksman, Project Manager, Dimagi
  • Dr. Farley Cleghorn, Chief Knowledge Officer and Global Health Practice Leader, Futures Group
  • Michael Gutner, Chief Operating Officer, Rest Devices
  • Lesley-Anne Long, Global Director, mPowering Frontline Health Workers
  • Dr. Julian Goldman, Medical Director, Biomedical Engineering, Partners HealthCare System

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