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Mid-Atlantic Health Care IT Forum to Explore Latest Advances in Industry Technology

Mid-Atlantic Health Care IT Forum to Explore Latest Advances in Industry Technology

From artificial intelligence to 3D printing, the health care industry is being shaken up by innovative technologies that streamline the tasks of providers, improve patient experience and offer breakthrough solutions to some of the industry’s toughest challenges.

To address the latest technological advances in this sector, Pepper Hamilton LLP is co-hosting the Mid-Atlantic Health Care IT Forum along with Philadelphia Health IT Circle. Leading professionals will discuss the future of health care technology, as well as the investment climate in the industry. Additionally, companies at the forefront of health care technology will showcase the latest innovations.

“This event brings together investors, entrepreneurs and executives to discuss the future of this evolving field,” said Thomas Dwyer, partner in the Corporate and Securities Practice Group at Pepper Hamilton LLP, member of the steering committee of the firm’s Emerging Company and Technology Practices and member of the firm’s Health Sciences Department. “We are bringing this community together to highlight positive developments from entrepreneurs, emerging companies and established funders in the health care technology space.”

“As today’s health sciences ecosystem continues to evolve, Pepper Hamilton is uniquely positioned to evolve with it,” said Christopher Miller, partner and member of the Leadership Team in the Health Sciences Department at Pepper Hamilton LLP and chair of the firm’s Technology Practice. “We are proud to partner with Philadelphia Health IT Circle to present the Mid-Atlantic Health Care IT Forum to discuss some of the most groundbreaking and innovative solutions within this ever-changing industry.”


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The forum will take place on Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 3:30-7:30 PM at Pepper Hamilton’s Philadelphia Office (3000 Two Logan Square, Eighteenth and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19103).

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