IBM’s Mark Treshock to Present Keynote “Blockchain in Healthcare and Life Sciences: The End of the Beginning” at Austin HealthTech Symposium
On Wednesday, February 26th at the first Blockchain and Digital Transformation in Health 2020 symposium curated jointly by the Austin Blockchain Collective and data and clinical experts from Dell Medical School at The University of Texas, IBM’s Blockchain Solutions Leader for Healthcare and Life Sciences Mark Treshock is to present the industry keynote: “Blockchain in Healthcare and Life Sciences: The End of the Beginning”.
His presentation explores a new decade faced with tremendous challenges, but also unprecedented opportunities in healthcare. The presentation asks how emerging technologies like blockchain together with AI, IoT, quantum computing and others will make the ‘Roaring Twenties’ the decade of healthcare transformation.
Mark Treshock is IBM’s Global Leader for Blockchain Solutions in Healthcare and Life Sciences. Mark has spent his career helping companies and their customers benefit from digital transformation and is passionate about Blockchain’s potential to transform industries. He has presented on how Blockchain and Analytics can transform the pharmaceutical supply chain at the White House and on Capitol Hill. Mark lives in South Florida and has a MBA from Cornell, a MS in Computer Science from Columbia University, a MPS in Interactive Media from New York University, and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Blockchain and Digital Transformation in Health 2020 symposium’s full educational program includes more than 40 expert speakers, 10 academic presentations and 20 blockchain/healthtech startups.
More than 100 senior healthcare industry and technology professionals are expected to attend. The symposium is especially targeted at those working in the following roles:
Registration for the symposium is open, with an academic rate of just $295 (including the educational program plus networking breakfast, lunch, breaks and end of business reception). Discounts are available for Dell Med and UT faculty and students, as well as for healthcare associates of Dell Med and members of the Austin Blockchain Collective.