Blue Highway CEO, Albert Di Rienzo and researcher, Dr. Albert Goldfain, will be sharing their insights on healthcare trends at the 16th Annual Future Health Technology Summit on September 26.
The Future of Health Technology Summit is an annual event that brings together health and technology experts to share and debate ideas about cutting-edge medical technologies. The event will run from September 26-27, 2011 at the MIT Faculty Club in Cambridge, M.A.
Di Rienzo will be addressing the future of the medical device industry in his presentation, Anticipating Changes in Medical Device Industry in 2025 and Beyond, scheduled for the first morning session. Goldfain, who will present during the first afternoon session, will discuss what could happen if medical devices could peek into a patient’s health record.
The summit will cover a wide array of topics, including online care; intelligent caring machines; music therapy; early disease detection; wellness; deep semantic models of medicine; extending human sensing to nano-level; artificial organs; ending aging; virtual nurses enhanced by haptics; the future of rehabilitation; the future of personal status monitoring and cryopreservation.
About The Future of Health Technology Institute
The Future of Health Technology Institute in Hopkinton, Mass., is the health technology think tank dedicated to defining the health technology agenda for the 21st century. The institute was established to identify the most promising technologies to improve the quality of health care and to define promising health technology research areas needed to meet future health challenges. For further information, visit the Web site at www.fhit.org.