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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...!
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Sean Manion

ConsenSys Health, United States
Chief Scientific Officer
Bronx, NY
Sean Manion, PhD is a neuroscientist with two decades of federal brain research and leadership experience. He is the Chief Scientific Officer of ConsenSys Health, a start-up focused on the application of emerging technology (blockchain, decentralized machine learning, and privacy-preserving encryption) in healthcare and life sciences. He completed his doctoral and post-doctoral work as a civilian at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences looking at pre-clinical models of post-traumatic stress disorder (1999-2009). He continued work with the Military Health System as Deputy Chief of Staff and later Research Activities Chief for the Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center (2009-2017).