Learn from the best in digital health and stay up to date on the industry’s most important technologies and ideas.
The HITLAB Innovators Summit gives executives and leaders in digital health the opportunity to connect with one another and hear from the most influential founders, investors, and innovators in the space.
Confirmed speakers at the 2018 NYC HITLAB Innovators Summit include:
Adam Dakin (Managing Director, Dreamit HealthTech)
Sarah MacArthur (Director of Digital Health Innovation, NYU Langone)
Bill Taranto (President, Merck Global Health Innovation Fund)
Peter Fleischut (SVP & Chief Transformation Officer, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital)
Albert Wenger (Managing Partner, Union Square Ventures)
Warren Winkelman (Senior Medical Director & Head of Medical Innovation, Nestlé SHIELD)
Topics of conversation at this year’s event will include voice-activated technologies, machine learning solutions, personalized medicine, strategic venture capital in digital health, and more.
Name of event: HITLAB Innovators Summit: New York City
Fordham University Lincoln Center
113 West 60th Street
New York, NY 10023
Adam Dakin, Managing Director - Dreamit HealthTech
Adam serves as the Managing Director of Dreamit HealthTech, a leading venture-backed accelerator. His career has focused on building early stage venture-backed healthtech companies. Adam has held various senior management roles in sales, marketing, product development, clinical affairs, operations, and general management. He co-founded five health technology companies which have collectively raised over $60M in early stage capital. Prior to Dreamit, Adam served as CEO of PhotoSonix Medical, a venture-backed company he co-founded that is developing a consumer device for acne. Previously, he served as the CEO of Bioconnect Systems and X-SITE Medical (acquired by Maquet Getinge Group). Adam serves on the boards of Safkan Ear and ZSX Medical. He is an active angel investor and has served on the boards of several early stage health companies. He is the co-chair of the Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technology (PACT) medical technology advisory board and serves as a Mentor in Residence for the Penn Center for Innovation. Adam was awarded the PACT MedTech Leadership Award in 2014. He is a named inventor on seven U.S. patents. Adam holds a BSE from the Wharton School and an MBA from UCLA.