My next speaking engagement is at an interesting conference – Crowdsourcing Week 2014.
Now, you might be wondering why Crowdsourcing Week. To answer that question, we need to first examine what Crowdsourcing Week is all about. According to the official website;
Crowdsourcing Week is committed to help organizations transition into a more open, connected, and socially productive society. We focus on how crowdsourcing can address the needs of today’s leaders to bring about meaningful change. Our big, ambitious goal is to get everyone thinking about collaborating with their stakeholders to create shared value.
Now that is a worthy cause, one that binaryHealthCare is more than happy to contribute and be part of.
Taking place in Singapore from the 7th to 11th of April, the 2014 theme is “Crowd Impact: Empowering Transformation” and the event aims to explore the numerous ways crowdsourcing and crowdfunding are transforming business, marketing, government, finance and more.
A quick review of the agenda reveals several pleasant surprises. I am actually looking forward to attending most of the presentations. (The reason why I said ‘most’ as opposed to ‘all’ is due to a conflict of schedule with prior engagements, resulting in me flying to China during the week. I will share more on that trip in a separate post.)
I will be delivering a topic titled “Generating Healthcare Data for Transformation through Crowds” where I will share with the audience on how to generate data usable for meaningful use and analytical purposes in a healthcare / clinical context.
In addition, I would be participating in a panel discussion titled “Innovations in Healthcare” so we will see how that one goes (panels with great panelists are always interesting).
Do say hello if you are attending Crowdsourcing Week 2014.