One important quest of healthcare is to prevent adverse events in individuals. The pandemic has been a worldwide tragedy, but it has brought a huge growth of telemedicine. Meanwhile, the proliferation of sensors and AI have increased availability of real time monitoring, and the development of correlations of an individual’s data to health outcomes. Combining all these factors and other data such as genetic sequencing and the Electronic Health Record (EHR) offer the opportunity to predict adverse events in patients.
We will have Dean Lloyd Minor of the Stanford University School of Medicine as our keynote speaker and will also feature Japanese companies interested in products and technologies that might advance this concept and also interested in expanding their business and strategic partnerships in the US and globally.
Date and Time:
May 25, 2022, 8:00 - 10:30 AM (JST)
via Zoom Meeting
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―The program will be updated as needed.
May 25, 2022
Japan Society of Northern California
|8:00-8:05||WELCOME AND OPENING REMARKS
Jack Moorman | Chairman, US-Japan Healthcare Connection
Hiroshi Kawamura | Consul General of Japan in San Francisco
Lloyd B. Minor | Dean of Stanford University School of Medicine
Followed by Q&A session moderated by Dr. Fumiaki Ikeno
|8:50-9:00||BREAK / COMMERCIALS|
Takahide Akiyama | President, Japan Society of Northern California
|9:53-10:45||BREAKOUT SESSIONS & NETWORKING
Breakout sessions with each presenting company (Q&A and networking)
Free of charge
This event is hosted by US-Japan Healthcare Connection (JSNC) and is supported by Osaka Chamber of Commerce, Jetro San Francisco and LINK-J.
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