You are super busy designing and building great things. Spring conference season is in full swing. There are too many choices and not enough time.
But, you are committed to the profession and passionate about improving the state of healthcare through design and innovation.
And you have this feeling. That things are starting to change. They are getting better. They are moving forward. You want the momentum to build. You want to be a part of it. This is why you need to be at the first-ever Healthcare Experience Design Conference.
Whether you’re trying to convince your manager -- or your significant other -- to let you join us, we thought we’d give you some compelling arguments in favor of your attendance. (Who knows, they might even decide to come too!).
Come to Boston for the day or make it a long weekend! Ten reasons to join us:
1. It’s your chance to meet Tim Kieschnick, the guy behind the EMR with the highest adoption rate of all time – 3,000,000 Kaiser Permanente members.
2. The Red Sox and Fenway Park.
3. Our list of presenters is a “Who’s Who” of Healthcare Experience Design, bringing together the best and brightest from all facets of the healthcare delivery system: hospitals, insurance providers, and physicians, and the people who design and develop the products and solutions that they use every day.
4. Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall and Newbury Street.
5. You’ll get how-to’s – and how-not-to’s -- from health-technology entrepreneurs like Marston Alfred of SugarStats, Jen McCabe of Contagion Health, Trapper Markelz of MeYouHealth, and Sutha Kamal of MassiveHealth.
6. The food: Lobster. Chowd’ah. The North End. Yum.
7. Mayo Clinic’s Matt Diamanti and Cleveland Clinic’s Mary Curran will share the strategies, policies, and systems that have made their institutions the gold standard of patient care experience.
8. Enjoying a run along the Charles River or by the Boston Waterfront.
9. In addition to BJ Fogg, a pioneer in the field of persuasive design, you’ll hear insights from Lisa Nugent, Global Creative Director at Johnson & Johnson, Jeroen Raijmakers, Senior Global Creative Director Healthcare at Philips, and John Bahl, Head of Digital Media Strategy & Communications at Aetna.
10. Connecting with professionals who are facing the same challenges you are.
We have the power to change healthcare, one small step at a time. This April, in Boston, we can take that first step together.