Regence fosters health care collaboration at GeekWire Summit
Above: As part of the Regence Health Tech Track, Matthew Trunnell, Vice President and Chief Data Officer at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center; and GeekWire science editor Alan Boyle speak about how machine learning and the cloud are transforming health care.
Regence helped lead a conversation this week about transformation in our country’s health care and biotech industries. The second annual Regence Health Tech Track at the GeekWire Summit in Seattle brought together the country’s leading health care innovators to tackle some of the industry’s most complex questions.
“I walk away with tremendous confidence, and I walk away with the clarity that the play for transformation of the health care industry is not going to be based on waiting for some bleeding-edge technology,” said Laurent Rotival, Chief Information Officer for Regence. “But it’s all about aligning interests, aligning incentives, identifying the key innovators, and coming together to work and transform (health care) together.”
Regence BlueShield President, Tim Lieb, welcomes attendees to the Regence sponsored Health Tech Track at #GWSummit.— Regence BlueShield (@RegenceWA) October 8, 2019
“This event is important because it’s a reflection of Seattle’s place as an international leader in #healthcare and #biotech innovation.” pic.twitter.com/vL0Jd2ZCQj
“Your #healthrecords belong to you. You have a right to those records.”— Regence BlueShield (@RegenceWA) October 8, 2019
Exciting conversation with @rotival, Regence SVP Strategic Technology Solutions and CIO, on data sharing, #interoperability and digital adoption at the Health Tech Track #GWSummit pic.twitter.com/WUA4q4gVG0
Machine learning and precision medicine are invaluable innovations and we must ensure they are used to improve people’s lives, says Faraz Shafiq of @RegenceWA at the Regence Health Tech Stage at #GWSummit pic.twitter.com/ssPibepppi— Ashley Bach (@abach22) October 8, 2019
Regence is proud to be part of Seattle’s health care innovation community, and to help foster collaboration at the GeekWire Summit, said Tim Lieb, President of Regence BlueShield.