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This year, Partners in Digital Health, publishers of Blockchain in Healthcare Today and Teleheath and Medicine Today, presented a full day of concurrent tracks featuring  the foremost  innovators and savants in blockchain technology, telehealth, AI, and other novel technologies convened  at the Convege2Xcelerate  (#ConV2X),  healthcare modernization event,  to address the most compelling issues, growth opportunities, and financial implications for the industry.

Sector leadership  converged to share and challenge the integration of emerging technologies to accelerate building a new framework for the future of patient care, and modernization of a new health system.

Register now to receive your  podcast edition  alert from BHTY and TMT.

BHTY registration:  https://blockchainhealthcaretoday.com/index.php/journal/user/register
TMT registration: https://telehealthandmedicinetoday.com/index.php/journal/user/register

SPECIAL THANKS TO:
CONSENSYS HEALTHPLATINUM SPONSOR,  CONFERENCE AND BLOCKCHAIN TRACK
BOEHRINGER INGELHEIMBRONZE SPONSOR 

Sponsors:
BurstIQ  |  1800PR  |  Cadent Medical Communication  | HealthVerity  |  Izzy  |  Nonnatech

Media Partners:
Healthcare Informatics  |  Health Data Management  |  Pharmacy Podcast

and all our Friends...
https://convergetoaccelerate2018.sched.com/directory/sponsors

See you in 2019...!
Wednesday, October 24 • 10:15am - 11:15am
Telehealth Policy Debate: There is Greater Financial Value in Telehealth for Consumers than for Providers

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ROLES
The affirmative team provides a defense of the topic wording that can include parts or its entirety.  They will offer an initial “case” in their opening presentation, rebuild it in their response by refuting the negative attacks and offer key final comparisons in their rebuttals.  

The negative team’s job is to disprove the affirmative thesis.   Their initial presentation should poke holes in the initial affirmative presentation and outline any of their own proofs for their side.   The negative response will point out the key points unanswered by the affirmative response and refute attacks on their proofs.  Their rebuttal will offer key final comparisons.  

The audience will vote for the most persuasive argument.

Moderators
WB

William Baker

Director, Global Debate Fund, New York University
Mr. Baker heads the NYU Global Debate Fund, housed in the Business & Society Dept of the Stern Business School and is the CIO for Baker Consulting Associates (BCA) based in Dallas, Texas.  As a leading authority on debate training, strategy & operations, Will is one of the top corporate... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Richard Heinzl, MD MPH MSc LLD

Richard Heinzl, MD MPH MSc LLD

Global Medical Director, WorldCare International, Inc.
Richard Heinzl is a physician, humanitarian and entrepreneur whose current focus is technology and healthcare worldwide. He is Global Medical Director for WorldCare International, Inc. the Boston-based telemedicine company. In this role, Dr. Heinzl provides consultation and oversight... Read More →
avatar for Richard Migliori, M.D.

Richard Migliori, M.D.

Executive Vice President, Medical Affairs and Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealth Group
In 2013, Dr. Richard Migliori was appointed executive vice president, Medical Affairs and chief medical officer for UnitedHealth Group, working with businesses across the enterprise to help improve health care quality, access and affordability. He is an active member of the company's... Read More →
avatar for David Gruber, MD

David Gruber, MD

Managing Director and Director of Research, Alvarez & Marsal Healthcare Industry Group (HIG)
David Gruber, MBA is a Managing Director and Director of Research with Alvarez & Marsal Healthcare Industry Group (HIG) in New York, specializing in strategy, business development, consumer engagement, innovation, new ventures, technology, analytics and health benefits. He is currently... Read More →
avatar for Michael K. Gusmano, PhD

Michael K. Gusmano, PhD

Research Scholar, The Hastings Center
Michael Gusmano investigates health care equity in the U.S. and other countries. His research and publications have focused on health policy, aging, and comparative welfare state analysis. He is the codirector of the World Cities Project, the first effort to compare the performance... Read More →


  • LOCATION East Auditorium