Thanks to everyone who made yesterday’s Xconomy event on how information technology can transform medicine into such a smash hit. We had a full house at the Frye Art Museum’s auditorium; a cast of dynamic speakers with diverse perspectives on health IT; a highly interactive panel discussion; and a fascinating duo of visionaries from the world of research (Stephen Friend, founder and president of Sage Bionetworks) and clinical care (Rod Hochman, CEO of Swedish Medical Center). Quite a few people raved to me personally about how they had a good time.
I went through a few slides at the beginning of the program to thank all the people and organizations that played key roles, and it’s worth repeating here. Swedish Medical Center was the event host, while the event sponsors were Cooley Godward Kronish, Davis Wright Tremaine, and Fenwick & West. We also want to thank our underwriters—Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Fenwick & West, Cooley Godward Kronish, Davis Wright Tremaine, the Science and Technology Directorate of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Seed IP, and Wells Fargo Insurance Services.
Special thanks also go out to photographer extraordinaire Robert Wade. He showed us once again that he knows how to shoot. Photos, that is.
Here are some of the images that Robert caught during the first half of yesterday’s event. You can scroll down a bit in your browser to see the pictures, and you can click on them to enlarge them and read the captions. Or you can go to Robert’s site and look at them in a slideshow format. Thanks again for coming, and we’ll see you at the next event!
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