Photos: 2019 Health Innovation Summit

Photos: 2019 Health Innovation Summit
From left, New York Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, chairman of the Health Committee; John Cochran, deputy director of the Executive Division of the state Office for the Aging; Mario Musolino, executive director of the New York State Forum.
From left, New York Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, chairman of the Health Committee; John Cochran, deputy director of the Executive Division of the state Office for the Aging; Mario Musolino, executive director of the New York State Forum.
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  • From left, New York Assemblyman Richard Gottfried, chairman of the Health Committee; John Cochran, deputy director of the Executive Division of the state Office for the Aging; Mario Musolino, executive director of the New York State Forum.
  • Attendees of the summit eat breakfast and network before the program starts.
  • City & State legislative reporter Zach Williams serves as emcee for the summit.
  • “Technology can help us by identifying places for us to refer people to, specifically where they are and when they are open. ... We’re trying to use technology to better connect people.” - Mitchell Katz, president of NYC Health + Hospitals.
  • The crowd listens intently to Katz.
  • From left, Cochran; New York City Councilman Mark Levine, chairman of the Committee on Health; Gottfried; Dan Goldberg, health reporter at Politico and moderator of the panel.
  • “We lose a New York City resident every six hours due to an overdose. That’s more than homicides, suicides and traffic accidents combined.” - New York City Councilman Mark Levine, chairman of the Committee on Health (left).
  • Attendees ask questions and talk to the panelists, including Cochran (right).
  • From left, Lisa Sershen, chief digital officer for Westmed Medical Group; Michael Jabbour, assistant commissioner for the New York City Department of Social Services; Joshua Breitbart, deputy chief technology officer for the New York City Mayor’s Office o
  • From left, Sershen; Michael Jabbour.
  • From left, John Shegerian, co-founder and executive chairman of ER; Ali Loveys, managing director of digital health in the Government and Public Sector Practice of Ernst & Young LLP; Sam Solomon, deputy counsel for New York City Mayor’s Office of Informat
  • Solomon.
  • From left, Shegerian; Loveys; LaMantia; Solomon.
  • From left, Annie Fine, director of reportable disease data, informatics and analysis for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene; Gary Belkin, chief, privacy and strategy, ThriveNYC.
  • “The biggest challenge now is there is too much information. How do you make sense of it?” - Todd Rogow, president and CEO of Healthix (left)
  • Kay Dervishi, staff reporter for New York Nonprofit Media and moderator of the panel (left), talking with an attendee.
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