Speakers - Medical Conference 2016
Panel - Opening the Doors to Designers: A Discussion on Gaining Observational Access
Moderator: Tor Alden, IDSA
The combination of HIPAA constraints, the Sunshine Act and other recent legislation has greatly contributed to the inability of hospitals and corporations to provide access for observation in surgical and hospital facilities. This growing trend is a profound burden on innovation in the healthcare space. A panel of key of key opinion leaders will discuss the challenges and work through ideas on what improvements could be implemented to aid in providing open access and research in a shared community environment.
Panel - The Future of Design in Healthcare: New Roles, New Venues for Designers
Moderator: Bill Evans, IDSA
After a full day of assessing challenges and opportunities in collaborative healthcare innovation, join an all-star panel of visionaries and futurists who will imagine new models to achieve impactful design in healthcare.
Panel - New Models of Innovation on the Frontlines of Healthcare
Moderator: Kat Esser
Cedars-Sinai and Techstars have partnered to create the Healthcare Accelerator. UCSF has several innovation vehicles including Catalyst, QB3 and the Clinical Innovation Center, enabling healthcare technology entrepreneurs to turn their ideas into breakthrough realities that improve the lives of patients around the world. You'll hear from start-ups who through thier access to leading physicians and researchers have prototyped, tested and advanced thier solution and from the center directors themsleves who work tirelessly to promote theis access.
Panel - Design for Interoperability - in Personnel, Process and Technology
Moderator: Aenor Sawyer, MD
Connected solutions: Consider key concepts to ensure seamless integration of new solutions into healthcare.
Panel - Digital Health Start Ups
Moderator: Kat Esser
Three seasoned technologists talk breaking into the healthcare market with emerging technology solutions. From translating consumer technology to the healthcare environment; accommodating the complex ecosystems of processes, experiences, protocols, regulations, organizational silos; getting “in the battlefield” with patients and clinicians to understand their experience and workflow; acquiring and a must-have comprehensive understanding of the healthcare reimbursement landscape and how to work with designers early and often for concrete, innovative solutions.
Panel - "Award Winning" Healthcare Design
Bill Evans, IDSA, Bridge Design and Ximedica & Aenor Sawyer, MD, MS, UCSF, University of California, San Francisco
Many industry awards recognize products that declare benefits to users, society and the entity which brought them to market. This panel will take up the question of what impact awards and award winners have. The influence of awards in healthcare design as well as selection criteria will be explored.
Panel - Designing a Culture of Safety
Moderator: Sean Hägen, IDSA
Discussing how cultural interdependency contributes to adverse events in our healthcare system and answering the queistion "How should industrial design address the problems born from this? What role do we have as agents of change?" In this panel, key opinion leaderswill explore the relationships between the many contributing factors to adverse events in our healthcare system.
Panel - The Future of Medical Design
Panel - Designing for All: Healthcare Design for Low Resource Settings
Moderator: Amy Lockwood
Bringing successful medical products to markets where there is no ready means of reimbursement; the regulatory requirements are fuzzy at best; and the health inequalities are tragic and dispiriting—all can be viewed as the realm of the impossible. And yet there are compelling examples of successful medical device design for global health applications.