Join us for our monthly open-house networking event called Tap into TechSpring.
This month, we will be highlighting innovations in death and dying and how they will shape the future of healthcare. It'll be an inspiring cafe-style evening where we let our guard down and explore the taboo subject of advanced care planning, death and dying.
We will kick off the evening by navigating the moral and medical terrain as we explore the question "what is a good ending” in life. We will hear from a technology innovator who is helping patients and clinicians have the “what matters most” conversation. We will learn about a state-wide initiative for capturing patient goals and sharing/retrieving them as patients are encountered across the care continuum.
Peter Depergola, Ph.D., Director of Clinical Ethics, Baystate Health & Professor of Medical Humanities, Elms College
Dr. Haipeng (Mark) Zhang, Co-founder Cake
Laurance Stuntz, Director, Massachusetts eHealth Institute at the MassTech Collaborative
... inspired by The Conversation Project and Death Cafe
We are a vibrant innovation community of technologists and healthcare professionals working together to solve the very real challenges in healthcare today. We do this over food, beer and good cheer.
Mark your calendars, it is always the second Thursday of each month from 5-8pm.
What’s on Tap?