2017-2018 Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series
The New Administration's Potential Impact on the Industry
November 10, 2017
IU School of Medicine, Fairbanks Hall 340 W. 10th St., Indianapolis, IN 46202
Now that the Trump administration has been in place almost a year, the outlines of its policies for healthcare and the life sciences industry are beginning to emerge. Top administrators at the CMS and FDA are beginning to make their influence felt within their organizations. Speakers and panelists will connect the dots as to the likely effects on things such as new product approvals, off-label usage, and healthcare coverage and reimbursement.
Potential Disruptive Innovators in Healthcare
February 16, 2018
IUPUI, Fairbanks Hall
875 W. North Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Clayton Christensen's book, The Innovator's Prescription, applied his disruptive innovation model and framework to the healthcare and the life sciences, providing a new way to think about sources of change to the industry. Major changes are more likely to come from firms and organizations outside of its current, established players, e.g., Google, Apple, Amazon, and Samsung. This conference will look at what's bubbling at these potential new additions to the industry mosaic.
Big Data and the Convergence of IT and Biology
May 18, 2018
Cook Research Incorporated
1 Geddes Way, West Lafayette, IN 47906
As more and more data is captured and newer algorithms are developed to parse it, new opportunities to improve healthcare outcomes are being unearthed. These findings, however, pose a range of questions including ownership of the data and concerns about an individual's privacy. Balancing these competing forces will be a continuing challenge in healthcare. Stakeholders and observers will share current best practices incorporating the flood of new data and offer their opinions as to where things will likely shake out in the future.
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