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- Anna Foat
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- Dean Lising
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- Robin McGee
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- Daniel Pepe
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- Fraser Ratchford
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#TakeonTech2020 has been cancelled
Conference organizers have been closely monitoring the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak. Many uncertainties exist regarding this virus and the emerging global outbreak. As a result, we have decided to take measures to help protect your health and safety and have cancelled the March 24th Take on Technology in-person meeting. We are disappointed to announce that we had to make this difficult decision. Unfortunately, we will be unable to reschedule it as an in-person event, given that most of the expenses to date are non-refundable and non-transferable.
As engagement with patients, families and caregivers is vitally important, we will be exploring the opportunity of hosting the Take on Technology Conference as a virtual event later in the year. We hope to update people as to our plans in the next several months, as the broader impact of COVID-19 in Canada becomes known.
Follow #TakeonTech2020 to get updates on a possible future virtual event
Keynote Speaker: Susannah Fox
Susannah Fox helps people navigate health and technology. With clear dedication for the health care system, she has targeted making the system better for the patients that depend upon it throughout her career. She advises companies and nonprofits about how to stay close to their customers and become learning organizations.
She recently served as the Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). She was responsible for helping HHS harness the power of data and technology to improve the health and welfare of the nation. As CTO, Susannah created opportunities for entrepreneurship and innovation across the Department’s 27 divisions and 80,000+ employees. See this Washington Post article to learn more about her role at HHS, and watch this speech to see her explain how space for innovation is created at a federal agency.
From September 2014 – May 2015, Susannah was the Entrepreneur in Residence at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation after 14 years at the Pew Research Center, where she directed the health and technology portfolio.
Susannah serves on the board of Cambia Health Solutions, based in Portland, OR. She is a member of the Advisory Committee for the Lemelson Center for the Study of Invention and Innovation at the Smithsonian Institution, as well as a member of the Founder’s Circle for the Society for Participatory Medicine.