(Washington, DC – May 19, 2016) – Galileo Analytics Co-Founder Anna McCollister-Slipp will speak next week as part of a panel discussing The Impact of Wearable Devices on Healthcare, sponsored by the Johns Hopkins University alumni association.
The panel, which is scheduled for May 24, will consider the potential good – and bad – effects of connected health devices, ranging from blood glucose meters and blood pressure meters to activity trackers and mobile apps.
In addition to McCollister-Slipp, the panel will include a range of speakers, digital health enthusiasts and experts.
More information about the event is below:
The Impact of Wearable Devices on Healthcare
May 24, 2016
2121 P Street NW
Washington, DC 20037
Chief Data Science Officer, Zansors, LLC
Director of Consumer Health Initiatives, MedStar Institute for Innovation
Chief Advocate for Participatory Research at Scripps Translational Science Institute
Co-Founder, Galileo Analytics
Nicole L. Stout (Moderator)
Health Care and health IT Consultant, Researcher, and Author
For more information about the panel, please visit: https://jhweb.dev.jhu.edu/eforms/form/WearMeDC