Volunteer Conference to Highlight Innovations in Health Care

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Daniel Kraft, MD — a physician-scientist trained at Stanford and Harvard — will lead a general session at the 2019 California Hospital Volunteer Leadership Conference on game-changing technology trends poised to revolutionize medicine in the next decade.

During the session, Dr. Kraft will provide a snapshot of upcoming medical innovations — powered by new tools, tests and mobile apps — that will bring diagnostic information directly to patients. He’ll also cover emerging fields that promise to empower patients and help clinicians deliver better care at lower cost. These include low-cost personal genomics, digitized health records, crowd-sourced data, molecular imaging, wearable devices and mobile health.

Why attend?

  • Listen to a world-renowned physician, scientist, inventor and innovator
  • Learn how health care is rapidly evolving
  • Understand how volunteers fit into this changing landscape and can best serve their hospital and community

The conference will be held Feb. 11-13 in at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento. To register, visit the conference website.

Dr. Kraft serves as faculty chair for medicine at Singularity University and is founder and chair of Exponential Medicine, a program that explores the convergence of accelerating technologies and their implications for the future of health care. For more information, click here.