Marpai, a Tampa-based company bridging deep learning and healthcare together, will be running its SMART Health summit on October 27, 2021, at 6 pm to bring some of healtech’s biggest players to the same stage.
The three-hour event will take place at Tribeca Rooftop in New York and will gather some of the most influential people in the technology, healthcare, and financial industry. In addition to representing a great networking opportunity, the event will also feature a one-hour conference program with a keynote by Dr. Daniel Kraft, Chair of Medicine at Singularity University, Founder and Chair of Exponential Medicine and Six-Time TED Speaker Will Deliver Keynote Address.
The Marpai SMART Health Summit will focus on exploring the increasing impact that emerging technologies are having on the healthcare industry, a topic that has gained increasing relevance after the COVID19 pandemic and as more healthtech startups continue to be founded.
Other speakers include Jennifer Kent, Vice President of Research Atf Parks Associates; Adam Russo, Co-founder and CEO of The Phia Group; and a panel on the future of healthcare moderated by Ruth Reader from Fast Company.
In addition to the conference program, participants will also be able to connect with other experts, entrepreneurs, and investors while also gaining access to an exposition area in which healthtech startups will be showcasing their products and services.
Those interested in participating can register for free to assist in person or watch the live stream that will be available on the event’s LinkedIn page. The event has been planned to provide all assistants with a COVID-safe experience and as such, proof of vaccination and ID will be required on entry.
According to McKinsey & Company, the healthtech industry represented a $350 billion global market in 2019 and is expected to grow by 10% per annum through 2024. This interest and funding have fueled a healthcare revolution never seen before, opening the doors for new startups to become major players in the increasingly relevant industry.