March 24, 2017 (Boca Raton, FL) –
Tarsus Medical has announced the MedTech Impact Expo & Conference, taking place December 14-15, 2017 in Las Vegas at The Venetian/Palazzo Resort. This event is designed to assist healthcare practitioners and professionals to better serve their patients through the use of medical technology and devices, while understanding the transformative effects of newly developed products and equipment. Speakers and sessions will educate attendees on groundbreaking scientific research and education, supplemented by the most progressive equipment and medical technology. The conference takes place alongside another of Tarsus Medical Group’s leading healthcare industry events, The A4M World Congress.
The conference opening keynote on Thursday, December 14 will feature Pablos Holman, a self-described ‘futurist, inventor, and notorious hacker.’ Holman’s resume includes global consultations on invention and design projects that assimilate the most recent and cutting-edge technologies, including the world’s smallest PC, 3-D printers, and the Hackerbot: a Wi-Fi seeking robot. Robin Farmanfarmaian, an entrepreneur, founder, professional speaker, and author working with companies in cutting-edge technology poised to impact hundreds of millions of people will deliver Friday’s keynote, “The Patient as CEO,” focusing on patient empowerment and engagement through technological advancements set to fundamentally change healthcare, and allow patients to be in control of their own health.
About MedTech Impact:
MedTech Impact Expo & Conference brings together medical providers, hospital administrators, technology developers and manufacturers, entrepreneurs, and investors for a two-day dialogue that focuses on the advent and proliferation of medical technology; assessing its current developments, in addition to its future impact on the transformations in healthcare. Healthcare practitioners and professionals will be introduced to the latest technologies, products, and services that can track patient progress, assist with diagnoses, prevent and manage disease, and improve overall patient care.
The conference program will provide sessions that offer scientifically-based research and insight from thought-leaders in the field, coupled with lessons learned through case-studies and peer-to-peer sharing of best-practices and protocols. Attendees will ultimately gain an increased understanding of the ways in which to harness technology, in order to increase practice efficiency and improve patient care. For more information, visit www.medtechimpact.com.