CHICAGO, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- With the ongoing evolution of wireless technology and the rise of connectivity, there is a wave of new possibilities emerging on how to manage aspects of everyday life through these innovations.
As the population begins to adopt wearable technology, exciting ideas are already surfacing in the healthcare space. Companies are going beyond simply storing useful patient data in the cloud and are developing ways for patients and practitioners to actively manage health on-the-go.
On January 29, The Executives' Club of Chicago's Innovation Council and its panel of thought leaders will give us a glimpse at the future of wearable technology.
- Innovation Council Program, Wednesday, Jan. 29In conjunction with The Executives' Club of Chicago's Innovation Council"Wearable Technology: The New Direction of Healthcare Innovation"Catamaran's Innovation Center – 300 N. LaSalle, 16th Floor; Chicago, IL 60654Registration and Networking: 7:30 a.m.; Panel Discussion: 8:00-9:00 a.m.
- Mark Bogart, EVP Sales, LifeWatch
- Dr. Ying Cheng Lo, VP Innovation and Technology Development Medical Products, Baxter
- Ken Douros, Director of User-Centered Innovation, Motorola Solutions
- Addison McGuffin, VP Business Technology Innovation, Health Care Service Corporation
- John Romza, EVP, Research & Innovation, Catamaran
For more information regarding this program or about The Executives' Club of Chicago please visit www.executivesclub.org.
About The Executives' Club of Chicago: The Executives' Club is Chicago's premier membership and business forum. For more than one hundred years, The Club has been a valued resource for Chicago's business leaders – connecting members, and providing opportunities for strategic relationship development, access to intellectual exchange and world class speakers, and enhanced exposure to the global business community. Through its Global Leaders, Women's Leadership, Chicago CEO Series and other programming, The Club brings together business, civic and academic leaders from all industries to discuss strategies that address challenges and opportunities affecting Chicago and the world. For more information on The Club, visit www.executivesclub.org.
About The Executives' Club of Chicago's Innovation Council: Composed of senior executives from leading Chicagoland enterprises, the Innovation Council establishes criteria for industry innovation recognition and awards including business concepts, products, and services in Chicago. Founding Innovation Council members include Baxter, a leader in healthcare for more than 80 years; Catamaran, Fortune's fastest growing company in 2011; KPMG, recognized for its technology advisory practice and Motorola Solutions, whose innovations help government and enterprise customers be more effective and more efficient.
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