Twitter Chat: #MITHealthUChile – Lee Ullmann, Juan Velásquez y Andrea Obaid

¿Cuál es el futuro de las analíticas aplicadas a la atención médica en Latinoamérica?

Únanse para una conversación entre Lee Ullmann (@MITSloanLatAm), director de la Oficina para América Latina de MIT Sloan, Juan Velásquez (@juandvelasquez), profesor de la Universidad de Chile, y Andrea Obaid (@AndreaObaid), periodista, autora y nuestra presentadora. Platicaremos sobre el futuro de la atención médica en Latinoamérica.

La plática por Twitter tendrá lugar el 15 de mayo desde las 13:30 hasta las 14:30 CLT (1:30 – 2:30 PM ET).

¿Cómo pueden participar? ¡Es sencillo! Si tienen una pregunta, respuesta o comentario, simplemente incluyan #MITHealthUChile en sus Tweets.

La conversación en Twitter es un precursor de la conferencia “Strategy Analytics: Changing the Future of Healthcare” (“Estadísticas Estratégicas: Cambiando el Futuro de la Atención Médica”), organizada por la escuela de negocios MIT Sloan con participación de la Universidad de Chile. Tendrá lugar el 25 de mayo en Santiago, Chile. La conferencia reunirá a investigadores y líderes del rubro de la salud y de instituciones gubernamentales, y más de una docena de presentadores discutirán formas de desplegar información y estadísticas para impulsar la innovación en la industria.

En promoción de las ideas de la conferencia, tendremos una conversación en Twitter sobre el futuro de la atención médica de Latinoamérica, así como otras ideas de interés a tratarse en la agenda.

Twitter Chat recap with Georgina Campbell Flatter — #MITIdea2Impact

Georgina Campbell Flatter, MEng (Oxon) SM, is the Executive Director of the MIT Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT and Lecturer in Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management

Georgina Campbell Flatter, MEng (Oxon) SM, is the Executive Director of the MIT Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship at MIT and Lecturer in Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management at the MIT Sloan School of Management

The MIT Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship together with the MIT Sloan Office of International Programs (OIP) will bring together entrepreneurs, policymakers, and philanthropists from around the world next week to accelerate global change through innovation-driven entrepreneurship – a powerful mechanism for alleviating poverty and generating prosperity.

MIT Sloan Experts participated in a Twitter chat with Georgina Campbell Flatter MS MEng, Executive Director, MIT Legatum Center for Development & Entrepreneurship, Lecturer in Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Management and  Chris Stokel-Walker, a dynamic writer for The EconomistThe Guardian and The New Statesman.

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Join Georgina Campbell Flatter for a Twitter chat on accelerating global change through innovation-driven entrepreneurship and finance

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On December 13 in London, the MIT Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship together with the MIT Sloan Office of International Programs (OIP) will bring together entrepreneurs, policymakers, and philanthropists from around the world to accelerate global change through innovation-driven entrepreneurship – a powerful mechanism for alleviating poverty and generating prosperity.

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Underfunded retiree healthcare crisis Twitter chat summary

MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Robert Pozen

MIT Sloan Senior Lecturer Robert Pozen

Recently, Journalist and Author Dan Kadlec sat down with Sr. Lecturer Bob Pozen to discuss underfunded/unfunded retiree healthcare, its complexities and potential impact on local governments. While the topic is complex, the impact is very clear, as Pozen points out in the latest Twitter chat from MIT Sloan Experts:

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MIT Sloan Experts Twitter Chat: #FutureofWork – Erik Brynjolfsson

MIT Sloan Prof. Erik Brynjolfsson

MIT Sloan Prof. Erik Brynjolfsson

The acceleration of technology has led to remarkable benefits for business and the economy – but what about people earning middle- and base-level incomes?

Join MIT Sloan Experts’ (@mitsloanexperts) #FutureofWork Twitter chat with Erik Brynjolfsson (@erikbryn), director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, as he discusses how digital innovations can create a more inclusive, productive and sustainable future for all. Tim O’Reilly (@timoreilly), founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media, will host the chat and ask Erik questions that will help guide the conversation.

The chat will take place on Wednesday, April 13, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. EST.

How do you get involved? It’s simple! If you have a question or a response to one of Tim O’Reilly’s questions, just include “#FutureofWork” in your tweet.

The #FutureofWork Twitter chat will promote registration for the MIT Inclusive Innovation Competition, open from March 1 – June 1, 2016, which celebrates organizations that create economic opportunity in the digital era.