As mobile hits scale, wearables become smarter and health becomes more personal– where do we go next? Speakers from Harvard Medical School, Dropbox, One Drop, Kleiner Perkins, Doctor on Demand, Cleveland Clinic, and more, will discuss:• Where should brands turn as wearables become smarter and health becomes
even more personal?
• How are experts in mobile and S&A using the data generated by mobile
apps and wearables?
• How can brands use data insights to improve their customers’ experience?• What do the experts say to avoid at all costs?

Join Digitas Health LifeBrands, on October 14, 2015 at Google’s Mountain View California Campus, as we present industry-leading executives and respected thought leaders from the mobile, health, wellness, wearable and tech industries, in a day of inspiring conversation about envisioning the future of “Your Connected Health Experience.”

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This year’s featured speakers are a carefully curated dais of innovators and agents of change – each one in the midst of redefining mobile health and health care.


Jeff Dachis
CEO & Founder,
One Drop

Geoff Clapp

Michael Fergusson

Jeff Hasen

Gotta Mobilize

Yuri Quintana

Director, Global
Harvard Medical School

You’re Not From Around Here, And That’s OK

So you think traditional health players know best? Guess again - these panelists will have you throwing conventional wisdom out the window as they share with you how their outside-in approaches are helping them use mobile to reinvent the health experience, and make us all healthier in the process.

Seth Lasser, VP of Marketing, Dr. on Demand

Geoff Clapp, Co-Founder, Better

Ross Piper, VP of Enterprise, Dropbox


Ready, Set, Get Better!

Who says your health experience has to be boring? What if we applied innovative mobile design and gaming principles to how you manage your conditions and get better? If only we knew some award winning companies that are doing just that...

Michael Fergusson, CEO, Ayogo

Jeff Dachis, CEO & Founder, One Drop

Linda Holliday, CEO, Citia


When Health Giants Act Like Start-ups … Everyone Benefits

Just because you’re a part of the established system, doesn’t mean you can’t be a part of the cure. With the rapid change of healthcare, there is a risk of living in the status quo. Patients and HCPs are demanding more and better solutions. These panelists will share how change can come from within when you put mobile at the core of innovating the patient health experience.

Anne Stowell, VP, Member Experience, Teladoc

Yuri Quintana, Director, Global E-Learning, Harvard Medical School

Ed Martin, Director (Interim), UCSF School of Medicine, & Technical Architect,
UCSF Center for Digital Health Innovation

Anthony Crimaldi, Digital Marketing Manager, Cleveland Clinic


Psst, Wanna See the Future of Health?

You might think these panelists have DeLoreans in their garages, but you would be wrong. They don’t see the future, they make the future of health by funding and starting the companies that will make the services and tools that will become the health experience of tomorrow.

Lynne Chou, Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers

Ryan McQuaid, CEO & Co-Founder, PlushCare

Sandra Elliot, VP, Consumer Technology and Service, Meridian Health


Featuring a can’t-miss, special panel of Google Innovation leaders.






“I really enjoyed hearing about new business opportunities that are in complementary/ancillary spaces to AbbVie’s. That may help us move faster in our mission to have an even more remarkable impact on patients' lives.”

Denise Campbell 
Sr. Dir. Consumer Marketing, AbbVie

“The m.14 conference provided me with a valuable opportunity to see the wide spectrum of applications where mobile and healthcare intersect. The presentations were all unique and insightful. I left the meeting energized to further concentrate on how mobile technology can be leveraged in our medical marketing strategies.”

Ramin Dowlati
Marketing Director, Roche Molecular



"80% of our users access Twitter through their mobile devices."

Jeremy Anderson
Head of Healthcare, Twitter

"When you can interpret data and help people find trends in their health, the next step is helping them do something with that data."

Cindy Donohoe

"Over the next few years, we’ll be able to monitor
every aspect of human physiology."

Malay Gandhi
Rock Health

"We’ve got to fight the ‘No’ culture in Pharma to
find the folks that can say ‘Yes, let’s find a way.'"

Geoff McCleary
VP Group Director of Mobile Innovations, Digitas Health LifeBrands


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