The “go-to” and granddaddy of ALL healthcare conferences

by Gregg A. Masters, MPH

It’s about time to start thinking about the ‘Woodstock’ of healthcare investor focused innovation conferences to be held in San Francisco, California in January of 2020.

For more information and context on what to expect checkout JP Morgan’s “Insights & Implications from the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference”.

More will be posted here once the JP Morgan portal is published, which we expect to be in the October or November timeline. It’s often a slow build on completing and publishing the program schedule.

One of the characteristics unlike any other conference I attend during the year is this is not just the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference, it is literally a healthcare and life sciences innovation “love-fest” – that is if you believe “men in suits” (usually those wearing pinksocks, ie, the ‘real men wear pink types) are capable of letting go of their protective, risk averse due diligence tools and open up to the rich stream of informational insights afforded by our inner ‘knower‘ – the voice we occasionally hear but rarely listen to let alone or act upon.

One of the bigger and better attended events is the StartUp Health Festival which has become the gathering place for healthcare innovators and the ‘army of transformers‘ StartUp Health is fueling.

Some posts from last year’s conference:

#JPM19 Best Bets

37th JP Morgan Healthcare Investor Conference

Day One #JPM19

What I Didn’t See at @JPMorgan Healthcare Conference #JPM19

Finally, as a committed community steward, sharing for free and for fun via the social domain, we’ve again registered the ‘un-official#JPM20 hashtag with our friends as Symplur via the health hashtag project – the go-to registrar for healthcare related hashtags.

More shortly!

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