San Francisco Digital Cardiology Tech Symposium June 2017 New Speakers Announced

The California Chapter of the American College of Cardiology announced a number of prestigious extra speakers who will contribute to the June 2017 tech symposium, titled Future Innovations: The Promise and Peril of Digital Medicine. The symposium will be held at One Market, San Francisco.


The California Chapter of the American College of Cardiology (CAACC) announced the addition of extra speakers for its June 10, 2017 symposium, titled Future Innovations: The Promise and Peril of Digital Medicine.


More information can be found at http://caacc.org.


The significant recent developments in the field of digital medicine and technological cardiology equipment have had a tremendous impact on the treatment of cardiovascular disease.


The June 2017 CAACC symposium, held at One Market, San Francisco, will bring together tech developers, medical doctors, researchers and other professionals to review current technological developments, predict oncoming trends and create solid partnerships towards the evolution of future cardiovascular disease treatments.


Discussing the reasons behind creating this symposium, Raj Khandwalla, MD, the host of the event, said:


“Digital medicine has the potential to transform healthcare as artificial intelligence, genomics, data analytics, and wearables help improve diagnostics and personalize treatments. Further, the 2017 Technology Symposium will explore how digital healthcare will affect patients and how cardiologists can prepare for the future.”


To offer a multi-disciplinary perspective on the recent digital advances in the field, as well as on the potential applications of these developments, the organizers of the symposium have announced the addition of a number of prestigious speakers to the June 2017 symposium.


Among those who will bring their contributions to Future Innovations are Vic Gundotra, former Google executive and CEO of AliveCor, Inc.: ll Steven R. Steinhubl, Director of Digital Medicine at the Scripps Translational Science Institute; Szilard Voros, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of the G3 Team, and William T. Abraham, Professor of Medicine, Physiology, and Cell Biology, The Ohio State University.


The California Chapter of the American College of Cardiology will continue to update its website to offer more information on the June 2017 symposium.


Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned website.


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