Digital medicine conference comes to La Jolla in October

July 02, 2017
Area(s) of Interest: Electronic Health Records Professional Development & Education 

Consumers are increasingly able to monitor their health using a vast array of wearable devices and digital technologies, at a small fraction of the cost imposed by our modern health care system. This change, powered by mobile internet, is giving patients unprecedented control over their health care.

 The Scripps Translational Science Institute is hosting a one-of-a-kind, interactive conference—DIGIMED17 – Transforming Healthcare Through Evidence-Driven Digital Medicine—October 5-6 in La Jolla.

The principal goal of this conference is to jumpstart efforts to drive the widespread incorporation of evidence-based mobile health solutions for more personalized, individual-centric care to improve outcomes, advance satisfaction and decrease costs. The meeting offers a forum to present, discuss and debate clinical trial evidence and how to best obtain it in order to accelerate change.

The general registration fee for DIGIMED17 is $450 when registering online and $475 on-site. Medical students, residents and fellows are strongly encouraged to attend, and can register for only $75.

There are a limited amount of free spots for students who go through an application process.

For more information or to register, go to www.stsiweb.org/event/digimed17.

Questions? Contact Corrine Yarbrough at stsiconference@scripps.edu.

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