Sessions to address global health challenges to during World Economic Forum
OneMedForum announced that will produce research and session on major global health problems for Klosters Innovation Partners to be presented during the World Economic Forum January 21-26 in Davos, Switzerland.
Preliminary findings on obesity, cancer and dementia from surveys with leading investors, scientists, clinicians and emerging companies will be presented. The goal is to understand these critical global health issues and to create a road map to best address them. Panels and sessions on the impact of blockchain and artificial intelligence on healthcare delivery will also be held during the week.
“After 10-year run with the OneMedForum in San Francisco, it is a good time for a break to pursue an unusual opportunity,” said Brett Johnson, Founder of the OneMedForum, adding “this is unique a chance to reach and assemble some of most powerful people globally capable of impacting progress in these critical areas. We have the opportunity to take a leadership role and to bridge the gap between the innovators and entrepreneurs with solutions and the capital providers and policy makers.”
“By bringing insight and information about promising technologies to Davos we can reach an influential audience help these promising innovations meet the global challenges in these critical health areas” said Johnson.
The strategy is to conduct global research on everything happening on in the field and then present such to the serious relevant actors at regular meetings around the globe. The result is a road map and solutions anchored by a Guidebook for Impact Investing.
These Guides, which will be updated continually, will contain interviews with thought leaders and profiles of investable investment opportunities. They will be distributed to philanthropic and impact investors around the world.
The Guides will anchor the focused conferences in New York City in April 2018 and in California, Shanghai and London later in the year. Gatherings will also occur at the major medical conferences for each area of focus.
“The idea is to build a community of those engaged in tackling these major global issues around the world,” said Mariam Azarm, co-founder of The Klosters Forum and Klosters Innovation Partners.
For more information visit www.klosterspartners.com.