Ropes & Gray to Sponsor and Participate in Financial Times “Future of Healthcare” Conference
Disruption in healthcare has been a long time coming, and for many organizations, the COVID-19 pandemic acted as the catalyst to adopt innovative technologies and enable collaboration across the sector. To help legal, business and healthcare practitioners better understand these developments, Ropes & Gray is sponsoring the inaugural Financial Times “Future of Healthcare” virtual conference on September 14, 2021. The conference will discuss trends in American healthcare, as well as the potential future impact of legislation, innovation and investment. In a series of insightful panel discussions and keynote interviews, digital health industry leaders will consider the challenges and opportunities related to the rise of remote care, the evolution of hospitals, the growth of partnerships and much more.
Spotlight on “Driving the Digital Health Revolution” panel 12:40 PM – 1:20 PM ET:
The digital health revolution is driving the rise of personalized medicine and changing how care is provided across the nation.
- How is rise of telehealth transforming American healthcare?
- How is the role of big tech in American healthcare evolving?
- What are some of the innovative digital health solutions shaping the market?
- Where is the innovation in use of patient data?
Healthcare partner and Digital Health Initiative co-lead Christine Moundas will participate in a panel on “Driving the Digital Health Revolution.” She will be joined by Thomas Schinecker (CEO, Roche) and David Jaffray (CTO & Digital Officer, MD Anderson Cancer Center, University of Texas). FT journalist Kiran Stacey will moderate the panel.
Ropes & Gray is a proud to be a supporting partner of the conference. Click here to register for the event and receive a 20% discounted rate when you use the code RG20.