Chris Neuner, PulsePoint
What’s in our Future?
Amy Zalman, Futurist
Amy helps organizations anticipate change, so they can plan effectively in uncertain conditions, prioritize resources, and stay ahead of the competition.
This talk/workshop will teach us what we can do to ensure the future is good, fair and abundant for healthcare and its stakeholders. 
Health Betterment through Data
Dr. Demetre Daskalakis, Dep. Comm. NYC Dept of Health.
During his talk he will share his experiences with and thoughts on the use of data and technology in healthcare:

• The importance of health data in population health management
• How health data is being applied to protect public health during the pandemic
• Limitations (and possibilities) in the use of health data
• Changes in the availability of health data, and how we use health data
• Comparing where we were in the with HIV and today with COVID-19
• Talk about what’s behind these changes (e.g., technology capabilities, computing speed, people’s attitudes)
• Ways the private and public sectors can partner, to improve the use of technology and health data for public good
How Industry Can Lead Change
Dr Scott Gottlieb, Former FDA Comm.
With his experience at the FDA and Pfizer, and now having been through the last few months of pandemic-related management, mismanagement and innovation, Dr. Gottlieb has a specific and unparalleled view of what is on the horizon for the health-related private sector (pharmaceutical, insurance, retail health care, etc.). He’ll share his vision for where the industry should develop to be stronger and more actively involved leaders of people’s health with a 35-45 minute live Q&A for our audience to ask Dr. Gottlieb their questions.
What’s Wrong with the Media?
Bob Garfield, Media Journalist, Author
Bob is the co-host of public radio's weekly Peabody Award-winning On the Media and has been a prominent media and advertising critic for three decades. He's written several books like, Can't Buy Me Like: How Authentic Customer Connections Drive Superior Results.

His new book “American Manifesto: Saving Democracy From Villains, Vandals, and Ourselves” outlines six steps to reassemble our fractured society and that could help us become more connected. it’s part diagnosis, part prescription...with ideas about the next stage in the world’s recovery from troubled media systems.
Demetre C. Daskalakis, MD, MPH
Demetre C. Daskalakis, MD, MPH is the Deputy Commissioner for the Division of Disease Control at the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.  Dr. Daskalakis directs the public health laboratory and all infectious disease control programs for NYC, including HIV, tuberculosis, sexually transmitted infections, vaccine-preventable diseases, and general communicable diseases.  His division is among the largest in the Department, employing more than 1,100 staff, managing >$350 million, and operating 14 clinical facilities. 

He received his medical education from the NYU School of Medicine and completed his residency training at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston.  Dr. Daskalakis also completed clinical infectious disease fellowships at the Brigham and Women’s | Massachusetts General Hospital combined program and received a Master of Public Health from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

Dr. Daskalakis has focused much of his career on the treatment and prevention of HIV and other STIs as an activist physician with a focus on LGBTQIA+ communities.  He was integral in designing and leading NYC’s Ending the Epidemic program, credited with decreasing HIV incidence to a historic low.  In addition to his contributions to sexual health, Dr. Daskalakis has served as the Health Department’s incident commander during the measles outbreak of 2018-2019 as well as the current COVID-19 public health emergency.

Disrupting our Way into the Future
Experience and Growth During Crisis
Dorothy Gemmel, Head of Commercial, Capsule
Capsule to represent the ‘health disruptor’ and ‘agility’ perspectives - sharing lessons learned

Capsule started with a great business idea that met a real consumer and healthcare need. Then Covid came along, and they’ve had to step up, scale up, and manage growth during a crisis. Many other businesses are facing changing customer behaviors and management challenges right now.
The Future of Health Data
Jason LaBonte, Chief Strategy Officer, Datavant
This session would cover the newest developments in faster, better health data, and also how Datavant anticipates this changing our vision for the future. What are the emerging opportunities and challenges around the use of health data to improve patient outcomes - including recent innovation from Datavant’s Hackathon - that will unlock the future for data?
Necessary Innovations
Programmatic Health Council
Christine Mormile, CMI
Zack Gursky, Healio
Holly Dunn, Havas
Founded in 2016, the Programmatic Health Council has been committed to advancing programmatic advertising among health brands, agencies and publishers.

Hear more about the organization from co-chairs and participate in setting the 2021 agenda.
(Useless) Self-Contemplation
Jonathan Ziegel, Comedian, Klick
The Immutability of the Goal: Health Outcomes
Sloan Gaon, PulsePoint
Closing, key takeaways from day, research preview