Future of Medicine
Friday, May 11 – Saturday, May 12, 2017
The Future of Medicine Conference is a national healthcare conference celebrating the convergence of technology, bioethics, population health, and preventive medicine. For two days, clinicians, tech entrepreneurs, bioethicists, academics, and trans-disciplinary healthcare innovators and leaders will gather to discuss the newest thinking and best practices in the future of medicine, including the emerging, advanced technologies in delivering value-based patient care.
In its second year, Centura Health is pleased to present 13 regional and national speakers, including:
- Aneesh Chopra, first Chief Technological Officer of the United States
- Daniel Kraft, Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Singularity University
- Dean Ornish, Founder and President of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute
- Eric Topol, Chief Academic Officer, Scripps Health
- George Church, Professor of Genetics at Harvard Medical School
The 2017 Future of Medicine Conference established Centura Health as an unequivocal thought leader at the convergence healthcare technology, healthcare delivery, bioethics, and population health. We are committed to continuing conversations focused on these topics through various mediums such as videos, podcasts and written articles.
Please see below, and visit this page frequently, for updated content and information. Also, remember to mark May 3 and May 4, 2018 on your calendar for the next Future of Medicine conference.
*At the Future of Medicine, Doctors and Nurses will have the opportunity to earn a maximum of 9.75 Continuing Medical Education credits or a maximum of 9.75 Nursing Continuing Education credits.
*This offering is in conjunction with Catholic Health Initiatives Institute for Research and Innovation. This education activity is intended for physicians, nurses, healthcare executives, healthcare community leaders, healthcare business leaders, and Denver technology executives. The Future of Medicine aims to enable the learner to define current and evolving healthcare delivery models, recognize the current and future state of evolving technologies and therapies used in healthcare, and identify ethical considerations in the emergence of innovation in healthcare.As medicine and medical care evolve, healthcare professionals need to be able to integrate, discern, and critique information received about innovative technologies and treatments.
Accreditation Statement for Physicians
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint providership of Catholic Health Initiatives Institute for Research and Innovation (CIRI) and Centura Health. CIRI is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
Catholic Health Initiatives Institute for Research and Innovation designates this Live activity for a maximum of 9.75 AMA PRA Category I Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Accreditation Statement for Nurses
This education activity for 9.75 contact hours is being provided by Catholic Health Initiatives Institute for Research and Innovation.
Catholic Health Initiatives Institute for Research and Innovation is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation.
James Corbett, JD, MDiv - Centura Health
Opening Remarks: Centura President and Chief Operating Officer
Peter Banko, MHA, FACHE - Centura Health
Keynote - High Definition, Individualized Medicine
Eric Topol, MD - Scripps Health
The Ethics of Emerging Biomedical Technologies: Should Concerns Beyond Safety Matter in Science Policy
Mildred Solomon, EdD - The Hastings Center
Ethics and Research: Keeping Pace with Emerging Science & Technology
Judith Carrithers, JD, MPA - Schulman IRB
Leveraging Data and Technology to Impact Broad Populations: 3D Printing and Beyond
Julielynn Wong, MD, MPH - Wong-Medical Makers;3D4MD
Brian Contos - Advisory Board
Nursing Circa 2020: Pioneering as Practitioners, Providers, Researchers and Transformers
Janet Houser, PhD, RN - Regis University
Cynthia Latney, PhD, MSN, RN, NE-BC - Centura Health
Meredeth Rowe, PhD, RN, FGSA, FAAN - NIH National Advisory Council for Nursing Research
Unlocking the Potential of Healthcare Provider - Employer Partnerships
Kent Bradley, MD, MPH - University of Denver, BTN Advisors
Amy King, MPS - Centura Health
William Lindsay, CLU, CEBS, RPA - Lindsay3
From Detached Concern to Empathy: Humanizing Medical Practice
Jodi Halpern, MD, PhD - University of California, Berkley
Keynote - Connecting the Dots: How Open Data, Apps and Payment Reform Will Improve Care Delivery
Aneesh Chopra, MPP - Hunch Analytics
Secrets for Startups to Leverage Large Enterprise to Facilitate Innovation
Pete Hudson, MD - Alta Partners
Aneesh Chopra, MPP - Hunch Analytics
Mark Prather, MD, MBA - Dispatch Health
Brian Regan - Walsh, Carson, Anderson, Stowe
Dwayne Sansone, MBA - Aetna
Medical-Legal Partnerships: The Future of Integrated Population Healthcare
Dayne Matthew, JD - University of Colorado Law School
Emma Kagel, JD - Centura Health
Ellen Lawton, JD - The National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership
Reverse Innovation: Translating Global Lessons
Robert Winn, MD - University of Illinois Cancer Center
David Watson, MD - Centura Health
Keynote - Eyes on the Prize: Courageous Leadership and the Future of Medicine
Nancy Koehn, PhD - Harvard Business School
Reception - sponsorred by The Kitchen Community
All Conference Attendees Welcome
The ART, a hotel
Keynote - The Future of Medicine: Where Can Technology Take Us?
Daniel Kraft, MD - Singularity University
Global Advancement in Physician Engagement and Clinical Transformation
Brian Erling, MD, MBA - Centura Health
Scott Ellner, DO, MPH, FACS - Centura Health Physician Group
David Stuckler, PhD, MPH - University of Oxford
The Patient Voice: Informing the Future of Medicine through Patient Experience
Joe Selby, MD, MPH - Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI)
National Trends in Population Health
Thea James, MD - Boston Medical Center / B.U. School of Medicine
James Torres, MBA - Mansa Capital
Justin Wolff, JD - Yoobi
Keynote - Culinary Creativity: From the Soil to the Savory
Barbara Lynch - Barbara Lynch Gruppo
Innovation and Nutrition in Colorado and Beyond
Barbara Lynch - Barbara Lynch Gruppo
Maye Musk, MS RDN - The Kitchen Community
Alex Seidel - Mercantile Dining & Provision, Fruition
Real or Imagined? The Full Potential and Promise of Precision Medicine
Steve Curd, MBA - Precision Medicine
Damon Hostin, MS - Catholic Health Initiatives
Where Can Technology Take Us: Harnessing the Torrent of Healthcare Information to Improve Patient Care and Population Health
James Tcheng, MD - Duke University School of Medicine
Keynote - Love, Intimacy, and a Plant-Based Diet: Changing Our Practice
Dean Ornish, MD - Preventive Medicine Research Institute
Keynote - Future Applications of Gene Editing and the Potential Effects on Health Equity
Ting Wu, PhD - Personal Genetics Education Project and Harvard Medical School
George Church, PhD - Harvard Medical School and eGenesis
Reserve a discounted room at the participating hotels.
The Art, a Hotel
Hyatt Place Denver Downtown
Cultural Center Complex Garage
The most convenient place to park is the Cultural Center Complex Garage at 12th Avenue and Broadway.
Parking Lots & Meters
Several unattended parking lots and hundreds of metered parking spaces are located within walking distance of the museum. Find a map of several nearby parking options on Parkopedia.