Be the First to Learn About 15 Non-Obvious and Vital Digital Health Trends That Will Shape the Future
By Fard Johnmar, Founder and President, Enspektos, LLC
If you’re attending the upcoming Health 2.0 conference, this message is for you.
You’re making the trek to Silicon Valley to learn about the latest and greatest in health technology, including Big Data analytics, wearable computing and mobile health.
I’m willing to bet that you’re not attending Health 2.0 just to learn about today. You also want to know what tomorrow will bring. If so, I’m sure you’ll want to attend a special Health 2.0 session on Tuesday, October 1 that I’m hosting with bestselling author and strategist Rohit Bhargava.
During this event, Rohit and I will premiere – for the first time – 15 non-obvious and critical future digital health trends. These trends will be featured in a new book we co-authored, ePatient 2015: 15 Digital Healthcare Trends That Define the Connected Patient of the Future. The book will be published after Health 2.0.
ePatient 2015 is different because we take a people-first approach in our examination of how health technologies will benefit, inform, empower or harm patients, caregivers and other consumers. It’s this human-centric perspective that helped us to identify surprising trends such as CareHacking, the Over-Quantified Self and Empathetic Technology. (You’ll have to attend the session to learn what these trends mean.)
Our analysis is supported by intensive study of the technology landscape, interviews with people immersed in the field and original research focusing on a group of people we call active digital health consumers.
Attend our session and you’ll be the first to learn about these new trends and what they mean for the future.
Fard Johnmar is a futurist, researcher and founder and president of Enspektos, a digital health innovation consultancy.