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Healthcare IoT practitioners to convene in Cloud for IoTC - IoT Community's Health Slam Internet of Things Conference

IoTC (IoT Community's) Health Slam Conference features elite speakers and exclusive sessions providing educational content for Healthcare IoT Excellence

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The IoT Community (IoTC), the world's largest network of CxO's and IoT professionals, announced the final line-up of elite speakers and the exclusive agenda for its inaugural Health Slam 2016, Healthcare IoT virtual conference taking place Dec. 2 on-line in the Cloud. Visit this site to view the link to all the Health Slam speakers: http://healthcare.iotslam.com/2016-speakers.

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Health Slam focuses specifically on the opportunities and challenges associated with the application of IoT across Healthcare & Life Sciences, to improve the provision of patient care, to advance the finding of new cures for diseases, and ultimately helping to save lives. At the event, attendees will gain access to a world-class lineup of speakers, presenting exclusive sessions of IoT thought leadership and best practices. The Health Slam 2016 event is a must-attend event for anyone seeking to learn about best practices for the application of IoT for Healthcare.

Chris Sullivan - Global Healthcare Practice Lead, Zebra Technologies and Chairman of the Health Slam Advisory Board said, "This first-time virtual event will explore the current and emerging intersection points between Healthcare IoT and patient wellness. We will discuss the areas of Healthcare IoT that are most promising with a glimpse into the future of the innovation and patient wellness breakthroughs of tomorrow. I am especially looking forward to the real- world industry use-cases and meaningful take-aways that will provide actionable insights on key Healthcare IoT themes."

David Hill - Executive Director of IoTC - IoT Community said, "With just a couple days to go to what will be a groundbreaking inaugural Health Slam event, we would like to take the opportunity to recognize the contributions and efforts from all those connected with the initiative and extend our thanks and appreciation. From a standing start, the IoTC conceived, developed, launched, and are now on the verge of executing the Health Slam initiative in little under 4 months. This is a testament of our desire to deliver real value to members - corporate and individual alike, in opening new markets and offering best practice strategies, leadership advisory and methodology. As we close out what has been an awesome year for the IoT Community, Health Slam will serve as a springboard to new verticals in other core industry sectors. We encourage the broader IoT community to get in touch with us to collaborate and to stay tuned for more exciting news around the corner."

Bill Mortimer - Vice President of Strategic Marketing at Spirent Communications, and IoT Slam Organizing Committee Chairman, said, "The Health Slam is around the corner and culminates what has been an exceptionally exciting period for the IoT Community and associated efforts. The team has worked tirelessly to build, test and now deploy a new in-house virtual platform to enhance the user experience, that is robust, reliable and practically bulletproof. We are excited to welcome hundreds of IoT Community members, and healthcare practitioners in the cloud on December 2nd and look forward to engaging with the Healthcare IoT community."

The full Health Slam 2016 Conference program, topics, themes and list of speakers can be viewed via http://healthcare.iotslam.com/2016-agenda/

Special Offer: Register for Health Slam and get access to the IoT Grand Slam event on Dec 1st, and get a free Raspberry Pi 3 delivered anywhere in the world. For more information about Health Slam 2016 and to register now, please visit http://healthcare.iotslam.com/register-now

About Health Slam – an IoT Slam® production

Health Slam is the world's first and largest virtual IoT conference, exclusively dedicated to the advancement of IoT within Healthcare and Life Science industries. Health Slam 2016 aims to provide clarity and simplicity about the game changing IoT opportunity (whilst addressing the risks) facing the Healthcare and Life science industry. The event builds on the successes of the IoT Community's marquee IoT Slam 2015 and 2016 events and is co-organized in association with the Healthcare Executives Network (HExN) – the world's largest Healthcare Practitioner Community, consisting of over 300,000+ professionals. The virtual conference delivers exclusive, cutting edge IoT content that is catered for CxO's, senior Healthcare IT executives and business line management in Healthcare, Hospitals, and Life Sciences industry. Health Slam features the most compelling topics focusing on how to improve patient care, find new treatments for diseases and ultimately save lives. For more information please visit http://healthcare.iotslam.com  

About IoTC - IoT Community™

The IoTC - Internet of Things Community is the world's largest CxO community of senior business leaders and IoT practitioners consisting of 18,400+ members. The function of the community is to focus on the adoption and application of IoT in commercial environments, seeking to understand and contribute to applying the technology or overcoming the wide variety of barriers, inhibitors, and technical & operational issues. For more information about the Internet of Things community, or to apply for free membership, please visit http://iotslam.com/community. Keep up to date on Twitter by following @IoTChannel or using the hashtag #IoTSlam.

IoT Slam® and the IoT emblem is a USPTO and UK IPO Registered Trademark – All Rights Reserved:  IoT Strategy, Leadership, Advisory, Methodology.

IoTC contact:
David Hill 
+44 7879 881 438 
[email protected]

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