Discounted rate to attend 2013 Medical Innovation Summit

Global Health Center for Innovation in downtown Cleveland, Ohio

Global Health Center for Innovation in downtown Cleveland, Ohio

Taking place in the newly-opened Global Center for Health Innovation from Oct. 14-16, the Cleveland Clinic 2013 Medical Innovation summit is the first opportunity for locals and visitors to see the impact and potential of the gorgeous new space that will house innovative and “game-changing” medical equipment all year round. The Summit itself is revolving around discussions with internationally acclaimed medical professionals on innovations that will lead to more effective treatments for obesity and diabetes.

This isn’t just a run-of-the-mill, stuffy, doctors-only conference; this is an exciting international showcase of medical innovation and growth. This is what happens when 1,100 of the best senior executives, investors, entrepreneurs and clinicians gather to have a meeting of the minds and change the medical industry and the world as we know it- and, best of all; you have the opportunity to be a part of it.

If you’re not interested in attending the whole conference, there is a special code for a discounted one-day rate. To receive this, register here, using promo code MISDAY2013

Other highlights include:

The Top 10 Medical Innovations for 2014.
Vetted by a broad cross-section of Cleveland Clinic staff, this is a list of the top medical innovations and technologies with a projected release of 2014.

Varied panels of speakers from the international medical community regarding innovation and “game-changing” technology change in the industry.

Speakers include:

CEOs & Industry Leaders
George Barrett, Cardinal Health
Mark Bertolini, Aetna
Rick Chiricosta, Medical Mutual
Peter Orszag, PhD, Citigroup
Gary Pruden, Global Surgery Group, J&J
Monty Sharma, Curves International
Sue Siegel, GE Ventures, healthymagination
Lars Sorensen, Novo Nordisk
Pascal Soriot, AstraZeneca
Joseph Swedish, WellPoint
William Winkenwerder, MD, Highmark
Simon Barquera, MD, PhD, Mexican School of Public Health
John Brooks III, Joslin Diabetes Center
Senator Tom Daschle, Former Majority Leader
William Dietz, MD, PhD, past Nutrition and Obesity Division Director, Centers for Disease Control
William Herman, MD, University of Michigan Center for Diabetes

Media Opinion Leaders
Liz Claman, Fox Business
Sheila Dharmarajan, Journalist
David Ewing Duncan, Author and Journalist
Matthew Herper, Forbes
Bruce Japsen, Forbes
Mary Jordan, Washington Post
Shannon Pettypiece, Bloomberg

Venture Investors
Joe Cunningham, Santé Ventures
Brian Dovey, Domain Associates
Esther Dyson, Chairman, HICCup
Aftab Kherani, MD, Aisling Capital
Kirk Nielsen, Versant Ventures
Harry Rein, Foundation Medical Partners
Steve Weinstein, Novartis Venture Fund
Lee Wrubel, MD, Foundation Medical Partners

Great Networking.
Whether before or after a dynamic panel discussion, or over lunch , dinner or cocktails at the Global Center for Health Innovation, the Summit provides an extraordinary opportunity to make new contacts as well as catch up with colleagues.

For more information, visit http://www.clevelandclinic.org/innovations/summit/default.htm

– Chris Moore

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