Fall Conference Demo Submission Deadline EXTENDED to 7/7/17

Have an innovative product or solution you want to showcase to the entire health care community?
Show us what you got! Live demos are standalone, but they’re often interspersed into larger panel sessions with commentators reflecting on the demo and how they believe it fits into health care. The 3.5-minutetechnology demos are a major hallmark at the Health 2.0 conferences. We do mean LIVE – no PowerPoint or video allowed!
We review submissions on a first-come, first-serve basis. If you’re uncertain that your product will be completely ready at the time of the conference, let us know of your interest anyway – we like to know what’s going on in the community, and it’s not unusual for us to show products in early stages, too!
To learn more and apply, click here! 

Check out a demo video from last year’s Fall Conference:DUE Friday July 7, 2017 11:59 PM PST

Jill Merrigan is the Marketing Manager of Health 2.0.

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