The Precision Medicine Leaders Summits 2019 are a series of two-day conferences bringing together industry leaders from across the globe to share ideas about how better to implement precision medicine into healthcare systems worldwide. The Summits will include presentations, panel discussions, and opportunities for networking with thinkers and innovators committed to expanding precision medicine - providing the right treatment at the right time to every patient.
This year, three events will be held in the U.S. for executives, academics and decision-makers to exchange insights on management thinking, best practices, challenges, and solutions in the field of precision medicine. Siemens Healthineers will share its vision and insights into the importance of precision medicine to deliver high value care. Including innovative ideas on tailoring treatments based on highly-specific diagnosis, techniques for integrating data from existing sources, and strategies for adding genomics and radiomics to enable a more holistic understanding of individual patients, and to reduce unwarranted variations.
Precision Medicine Leaders Summits 2019
June 11 & 12
October 10 & 11
Torrey Pines, U.S.
December 4 & 5
Listen to our speakers and learn about our vision on expanding precision medicine
Keynote: Expanding Precision Medicine
June 12, 8:15-8:45am
Reto Merges, Global Head of Expanding Precision Medicine, will share our Siemens Healthineers` vision of how to expand precision medicine by tailoring treatments based on highly-specific diagnosis, integrated data from existing sources and adding genomics and radiomics to enable a holistic understanding of the individual. He will discuss strategies and present best practices of international thought leading institutes.
Panel Discussion: Expanding Precision Medicine by Improving Diagnostic Accuracy
June 12, 11.30 - 12.20 am
Moderator: Luis LaSalvia, MD, VP & Global Medical Officer, Siemens Healthineers
Kenneth Pienta, MD. Professor of oncology and urology at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins University inHealth Signature Initiative
Dwight Raum, Chief Technology Officer at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Executive Director, Johns Hopkins Technology Innovation Center
The panel will share insights and practical learning on precision medicine and how to scale it, based on the world recognized know-how of Johns Hopkins and Siemens Healthineers thought leadership.
See the full agenda: https://www.precisionmedicineleaderssummit.com/precision-medicine-leaders-summit-east/