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12th Annual Body Computing Conference

"The Decline of HealthCare, the Rise of LifeCare"


Friday, September 28, 2018

What is the USC BCC?

For 12 years, a gathering of top thought leaders and innovators in digital health across diverse industries. Compelling content and discussions helping to foster partnerships, investments, and research projects.  Competition winner demos showcasing real world results and intimate networking provide direct access and exposure to innovation. 

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Agenda

12th Annual Body Computing Conference

“THE DECLINE OF HEALTHCARE, THE RISE OF LIFECARE”

 Friday, September 28, 2018

8am – 5pm

USC Town & Gown

8:00am Registration & Breakfast

8:45am Open Doors & Seating

9:00am Opening Remarks: The Decline of HealthCare and Rise of LifeCare
Leslie Saxon, MD
Executive Director, USC Center for Body Computing

9:10am The University Testbed
Michael W. Quick, PhD
Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, University of Southern California

9:20am Digital Health Innovation and the FDA
Bakul Patel
Associate Director for Digital Health, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

9:30am The Need for Disrupting Bricks and Mortar Healthcare
Thomas E. Jackiewicz, MPH
Senior Vice President and Chief Executive Officer, Keck Medicine of USC

9:40am Building the New Warfighter
Joe L’Etoile
Director, Close Combat Lethality Task Force, Pentagon

9:55am Panel: How Sports is the new Frontier of Data Use and Ownership
Moderators:
Tom Haberstroh
NBA Analyst, Bleacher Report

Angela Ruggiero
CEO, Co-Founder, Sports Innovation Lab

Panelists: Ryan Capretta
Founder & Director, Proactive Sports Performance

Paul Robbins
Performance Consultant, Kinexon, NBA, NHL and USTA

Sean Sansiveri
VP Business and Legal Affairs, NFLPA

Bob Lenaghan
Assistant General Counsel, MLBPA

10:35am Results of USC Performance Survey
Jillian Kwong
Doctoral Student, USC Annenberg School for Communication

Commentator:
Isaiah Kacyvenski
Founder & Managing Partner, Will Ventures

10:45am BREAK

11:05am Landmark Study: The Quantified Marine: Embedded Digital Health
Mona Sobhani, PhD
Director of Research and Operations, USC Center for Body Computing

Glenn Fox, PhD
Head of Program Design Strategy and Outreach, USC Performance Science Institute

Brooks Dipaula
Business Development Coordinator, USC Center for Body Computing

Josiah Duhaime
Reconnaissance Training Company, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, SOI-West

Commentators:
Clarke Lethin
Managing Director, USC Institute for Creative Technologies

Randall Hill, PhD
Executive Director, USC Institute for Creative Technologies; Research Professor, USC School of
Engineering Computer Science Department

Capt. Jason Retter
Commanding Officer, Reconnaissance Training Company, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion,
School of Infantry-West

Capt. Corban Pierce
Reconnaissance Training Company, Advanced Infantry Training Battalion, School of Infantry-West

11:45am Q&A

12:00pm Break (Clear Room for Lunch Set-up)

12:25pm Lunch Served
Award Presentations
USC Body Computing Slam - Health Care as a Service
USC Hackathon - Voice Assistants for All (Voice-Computing Applications for Health: Individuals with
Developmental Disabilities and Seniors)

12:40pm Interview: Mental Resilience
Amy Morin, LCSW
Author, “13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do”

Interviewers:
Leslie Saxon, MD
Executive Director, USC Center for Body Computing

Lawrence Jackson
President & Director, Sciences SmartFit

Mark Greene, MBA
Director of Development, USC Veterans Programs

1:10pm Q&A

1:20pm Keynote Discussion: How the New Healthcare Impacts National Security
Janet Marchibroda
Executive Director & CEO, Council on Health and Innovation, Bipartisan Policy Center

Gregory Treverton, PhD
Former Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs; Member of Council on
Foreign Relations

Leslie Saxon, MD
Executive Director, USC Center for Body Computing

1:40pm Announcement: Release of California Governor’s Office Cybersecurity Health IT White Paper
Leslie Saxon, MD
Executive Director, USC Center for Body Computing

1:50pm Panel: How Data will Drive LifeCare
Moderators:
Harel Kodesh
Operating Partner, Silver Lake; Former VP, Predix; Former Chief Technology Officer, GE Digital LLC

Mike Kellen, PhD
Chief Technology Officer, Sage Bionetworks

Panelists:
Jack Po, MD, PhD
Product Manager, Google

Bakul Patel
Associate Director for Digital Health, U.S. Food and Drug Administration

Josh Walker
Co-Founder and President, Sports Innovation Lab

Cyrus Shahabi, PhD
Chair, Department of Computer Science, USC Viterbi School of Engineering

Sean Vassilaros
Chief Operating Officer, THREAD Research

2:30pm Q&A

2:40pm BREAK

3:00pm Senior LifeCare: Observations from the AARP Foundation/Ridesharing Study
Leslie Saxon, MD
Executive Director, USC Center for Body Computing

Rebecca Ebert
Research Coordinator, USC Keck School of Medicine

Commentators:
Paul Irving
Chairman, Center for the Future of Aging, Milken Institute

Paolo Narciso, PhD
Director, Social Entrepreneur in Residence Program, AARP Foundation

3:30pm Q&A

3:40pm Break

4:00pm Panel: In the Driver’s Seat: Digital Health Cars
Moderators:
Joe Perez
Co-Founder, Tastemade & Board Member, USC Center for Body Computing

Chris Tyberg
Division Vice President, Information Security, Abbott

Panelists:
Dave Albert, MD
Founder, Alivecor

Sohel Merchant
Founder, In Charge of Vehicle Architecture, EVELOZCITY

Peter Morgan
Founder & Principal, Clever Security

4:40pm Q&A

4:50pm Closing Remarks
Leslie Saxon, MD
Executive Director, USC Center for Body Computing

Joe Perez
Co-Founder, Tastemade & Board Member, USC Center for Body Computing

Janet Marchibroda
Executive Director & CEO, Council on Health and Innovation, Bipartisan Policy Center

Harel Kodesh
Operating Partner, Silver Lake; Former VP, Predix; Former Chief Technology Officer, GE Digital LLC

5:00pm RECEPTION  


Past Speakers and Attendees

 

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Industry Value Creation

Our conference participants have created almost ½ billion dollars in value for the digital healthcare industry

  • Proteus (spoke at 2012, 2013, 2014) released AMBILIFY MYCITE, an FDA-approved digital pill that is embedded with a sensor.

  • Misfit (CEO speaker and attendee in CBC 2012, 2012, 2014), acquired for $260 million in 2015

  • AliveCor (CEO spoke at 2012-2015, participated in CBC study in 2013 and CEO awarded first Digital Health Innovator Award in 2016, has received $43.5 million in venture funding.

  • Basis participated in the conference in 2012 where we demonstrated how a commercial tablet could be used as a programmer, was acquired by Boston Scientific for $150 million.

 


What People Are Saying

 
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“I am so excited!  I feel now that I’m here, ‘Why did I come in year 11, I wanted to be in on the ground floor?’…What is so exciting about this conference is that you have leaders from various companies, academic institutions, philanthropies all coming together with the common concern of improving health and health outcomes across the lifespan thinking about it in terms of healthspan. I’ve made a number of important connections already today.  I’m coming back!”

Lisa Marsh Ryerson, President AARP Foundation

 
 
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“I’m incredibly impressed, this is my first time here to see what Dr. Saxon has been doing, her passion and her dedication to digital health, a lot of people talk about it, Dr. Saxon really puts this into action and that’s really exciting for us to be part of it.”

Robert Ford, Executive VP, Medical DevicesAbbott

 
 
 
 
 
 
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“This has been an amazing experience for me personally. The network of people here, the commitment by USC in this space is tremendous. It’s also been a tremendous opportunity to meet people beyond just our general scope of what you might think is a natural fit.”

Dan Trigub, Head of Healthcare Partnerships Lyft

 
 
 
 
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“I think that California will be the leader in this [cybersecurity] just because it is in the culture of innovation for all of us to be o the leading edge of technology globally and that is why we think we need to be a part of this conversation with the USC Center for Body Computing to make sure we have recommendations for all health care providers, systems and businesses.”

Sid Voorakkara, Deputy Director, External AffairsCalifornia  Governor’s Office  of Business & Economic Development – GO-Biz

 

Incomparable Speakers

 Some of the thought Leaders from healthcare payers and providers, military and sports, tech, government and entertainment, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs - leading voices in digital health who have spoken at past BCCs.

Some of the thought Leaders from healthcare payers and providers, military and sports, tech, government and entertainment, venture capitalists and entrepreneurs - leading voices in digital health who have spoken at past BCCs.


Past Sponsors and Attendees

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2017 BCC Press Coverage

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By the numbers:

36.8+ million impressions generated

11 media/reporters and 1 TV crew attended

23 media outlets have covered news to date

The USC Body Computing Conference is an industry-leading platform, allowing sponsors to be valued influencers and become a major part of future healthcare.


How to Engage With Us

1. Annual Membership

Become a member of the USC Center for Body Computing and enjoy year-long benefits including high-profile participation at the 12th Annual Global Body Computing Conference

 

 

2. Conference Sponsorship

Support the 12th Annual Global Body Computing Conference with sponsorship that elevates your company’s role in the influencer sphere of digital health

There are numerous sponsor levels.Contact Mona Sobhani, PhD at USC CBC for more details:

Name: Mona Sobhani, Ph.D.

Email: Mona.Sobhani@med.usc.edu