“Mr. Sonin and his company, Involution Studios, are one of many companies who are at the forefront of healthcare innovation, especially in UI Design," said Amy Tenanes, the chapter head for Boston Health 2.0.
Boston, Massachusetts (PRWEB) July 21, 2016
Juhan Sonin, the chief design officer of healthcare innovation company Involution Studios, is set to be the keynote speaker at a Health 2.0 event at the Boston Public Library next week. Sonin, who is also an instructor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, will speak about the role UI design plays in the massive digital innovation currently underway in the healthcare industry. Mr. Sonin has previously spoken or keynoted on these topics in venues around the world including Partners Connected Health Conference, HIMSS, and Stanford Medicine X.
“Health 2.0 is dedicated to giving recognition the most leading edge ideas within the community here in Boston,” said Amy Tenanes, the chapter head for Boston Health 2.0. “Mr. Sonin and his company, Involution Studios, are one of many companies who are at the forefront of healthcare innovation, especially in UI Design. We look forward to bringing his insights to an exciting event for our community next week.”
Since 2013, Health 2.0 Boston has featured local and international speakers that cross the breadth of medicine, business, technology, and research, thought leaders in organizations such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, Boston Children’s Hospital, and the Medstro physicians network.
“I’ve had the privilege to speak to healthcare communities around the world, and the Health 2.0 community here in Boston is special,” said Mr. Sonin. “Boston is the global center of healthcare innovation, and we are blessed with a wonderful local group of thought leaders. I’ve enjoyed learning from my peers here and appreciate the opportunity to share back with them next week as well.”
Mr. Sonin’s keynote will cover a wide range of topics including big data, the Internet of Things, and designing for emerging technologies such as genomics, robotics, and synthetic biology. His presentation begins at 6 PM on Tuesday, July 26, 2016. The Boston Public Library is located at 700 Boylston Street. People interested in attending can register at the organization’s website, http://www.bostonhealth20.com.