Hear from healthcare leaders like Dr. Jerome Adams, the 20th Surgeon General of the United States & Director of Health Equity at Purdue University, about how to address the challenges posed by cancer, how high-quality care can be brought to more patients, and how to address the workforce crisis.
About this keynote
Siemens Healthineers Shape Keynote is our annual signature event. It offers a unique blend of market expertise and Siemens Healthineers innovations. The keynote provides access to the knowledge of some of the world’s most respected healthcare thought leaders and unveils exclusive Siemens Healthineers breakthroughs for the first time.
We are sharing inspiring ideas and innovative solutions for three of the biggest challenges faced by healthcare providers:
A world without fear of cancer
To create a world without fear of cancer, we explore how to make oncology care more predictive and more precise
Speakers: Serena Wee, Dr. Arun J. Sanyal, Dr. Amanda Caissie, Dr. Bernhard Meyer
Meet patients where they are
To meet patients where they are, we discuss how to reconfigure care delivery in both low and high acuity settings
Speakers: Dr. Jerome Adams, Dr. Pál Maurovich-Horvat, Dr. Maxime Guye, Dr. Matilde Inglese
Care for those who care for others
To care for those who care for others, we discover how technology can be a key part of the solution to the global healthcare workforce crisis
Speakers: Dr. Reena Nakra, Dr. Rahel Kubik
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