5th SoCalBio Digital Health Conference

March 23, 24, and 25, 2022 — Location: TBA

The SoCalBio Digital Health Conference is an annual event organized by the Southern California Biomedical Council (SoCalBio), the trade association of the bioscience and health industries in the Greater Los Angeles region. The Conference is a showcase of gadgets and new digital health technologies developed in Southern California that promise to disrupt the $3 trillion US healthcare system. The Conference is also a forum for key providers, payers, entrepreneurs, and investors to share how innovation can improve the delivery of care at lower costs. Furthermore, the Conference provides an opportunity to learn from companies and providers how they are overcoming internal politics and regulation issues to offer digital health and big data solutions to improve patient care. SoCalBio is actively promoting digital health as a vibrant and fast-growing component of the Greater Los Angeles “health and wellness” economy.

4th (2021) SoCalBio Conference Sessions Recordings

Day 2:

Keynote Presentation: Telehealth Needs a Vision
Speakers: Soeren Mattke

Investing in Telehealth: A Chat with Notable Investors
Speakers: Mark Siegfried, Janis Naeve, Jay Goss, Nathan Dau, Cristina Escoda, Matt Thompson

Leveraging Novel Telehealth Technologies to Improve Patient Access
Speakers: David Skibinski, Marc Eckstein, MD, MPH, Vincent Caimano, Jamey Edwards, Paul Flatley

Trends in Telemedicine/Remote Care Solution Adoption by Local Providers
Speakers: William Dolphin, Ph.D., Ann Wellington, Fouad Kandeel, MD, Ph.D., Kevin Davidson, Ayman Salem, MD, FAANS

Digital Health Regulatory and Reimbursement Issues to Watch
Speakers: Vivek Thakkar, Evan Siegel, Bruce Quinn, Peter Blaisdell, Rick Gannota

Who Attends

  • Medical device developers
  • Component manufacturers
  • Information technology providers
  • Information security professionals
  • Digital health investors
  • Providers & Payers
  • Pharmaceutical/OTC manufacturers
  • Research organizations, universities, institutes
  • Public sector
  • Clinical/contract research organizations (CROs)
  • Associations & advocacy groups