Ask anyone what the most difficult thing about going to a new doctor is, and you'll likely hear about the difficulty of sharing records. While it is a big step that medical records have been digitized, we are still a long way from the interoperability that healthcare needs. More and more companies, including Alphabet, Amazon and Microsoft, are speaking up and making a commitment to changing all of this. These companies recently released a statement in support of FHIR (Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resource), the common standard for sharing healthcare information with the hope that health data can be standardized and shared more easily.
This commitment to disruption, not only in the realm of medical records but healthcare as a hole, is exactly what we will be exploring at the 2018 Medical Innovation Summit. We will be bringing together innovative companies and leaders who all share the passion to change healthcare for the better. We have curated three days of discussions surrounding new models for reimbursement, unlikely collaborators that could revolutionize the industry, deep dives into the technologies set to make patients' lives easier, and more.
You won't want to miss anything the Summit has to offer. Ignite your passion, register today!