Last month, J.P. Morgan hosted its thirty-ninth annual healthcare conference – but if you were unable to attend (it’s invitation-only), there’s good news. On February 10, from noon to 1:30 p.m. PST, the San Francisco chapter of the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA) will host its seventh annual Insights & Trends From the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference.
The J.P. Morgan conference, deemed “the largest and most impactful global healthcare investment symposium of the year,“ featured keynotes from big players in healthcare and pharma, including Angela Hwang, group president of Pfizer Biopharmaceuticals Group; Andy Slavitt, who serves as the current White House senior advisor for COVID response; Karen S. Lynch, executive vice president at CVS Health and the president of Aetna.
The virtual HBA event will feature a keynote from Fritz Bittenbender, SVP of access and external affairs at Genentech, along with a panel of industry leaders that will discuss key takeaways from the J.P. Morgan event. Topics include:
- The new administration and related healthcare changes
- Pandemic, vaccines, and inclusive clinical research
- Delivery of healthcare evolution and acceleration
- Disparity in healthcare; diversity in clinical trials
- Digital healthcare
- The impact of the pandemic on women
Intouch is excited to partner once again with HBA — a global nonprofit dedicated to achieving gender parity in leadership positions, facilitating career and business connections, and providing effective practices that enable organizations to realize the full potential of their female talent — to bring attention to this important content.
Registration for members is only $10, and bonus: non-members only pay $15! Click here to register for the conference.
And if you aren’t able to make the February 10 event, stay tuned for a recap from Intouch!