Healthcare IT News and HIMSS are accepting speaker proposals for the inaugural Precision Medicine Summit, June 12-13 in Boston.
This event will give attendees a valuable state of the industry for precision medicine. Over two days, speakers will discuss the current state of precision medicine, the ultimate goal, and what the healthcare industry must to do reach that goal.
Audience and speakers will include a mix of clinicians, health IT professionals and researchers at academic medical systems, hospitals, physician practices, government and academic institutions.
Session proposals should focus on how healthcare organizations are using precision medicine to deliver targeted, personalized care. Specific topics could include: the vendor and reimbursement landscapes, ethical issues, building data bases, managing unstructured texts, privacy & security, data use and migration, among others.
Case studies are a priority for this event. The deadline for submitting a proposal is 5 p.m., Friday, Feb. 17, 2017.