YOU’RE INVITED:HEALTH | TECH | FOODAN OPEN INNOVATION EVENT
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Welcome to HEALTH | TECH | FOOD
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You’re Invited!
Event OverviewHealth | Tech | Food
What: Health | Tech | Food is a space and time to innovate around the core health issue...
WhatHealth | Tech | Food Concept
We aim to create a space and time to innovate around the core health issues of New York, ...
WhySocial > Societal Technology
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The majority of social technologies 
are spent on the top of the
Maslow’s hierarchy o...
HOWFLOW OF DAY
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9:00-9:15  Icebreaker
9:15-10:30  PlenaryGrounding
10:30 -11:45  Small Group Ideation
11:45-12:30  Plenar...
HowFlow of Day
Following short, grounding presentations from renown thought leaders, participants will engage in one of fo...
HowEvent Format (3.5 hours)
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Plenary Session
Icebreaker + Welcome +
Grounding presentations by speakers
Plenary Session 
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WhenHealth | Tech | Food 
Global registration for Social Media Week commences 01/11/11
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WhereThe Paley Center for Media, NY
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We are pleased to hold our event at the Paley Center for Media, which will serve as...
WHOSpeakers
Quantified Self,  Steven G. Dean.As a design consultant rooted in the wellness industry, Steven Dean provides ...
WHOOrganizers & Facilitators
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Luminary Labs, a strategy and innovation consultancy, is sponsoring and organizing the...
WHOParticipants
The best innovations are born when seemingly disparate minds collaborate. 
Therefore, we welcome a diverse...
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Health | Tech | Food is a space and time to innovate around the core health issues of New York through the lens of social technology. While social technology most frequently addresses the upper half of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, we will explore how these same technologies can also serve greater societal needs, namely, our health. Following short, grounding presentations from renown thought leaders, participants will engage in one of four ideation workshops: open source health, food systems, the quantified self or mobile health. All ideation inputs and outputs will be publicly published so that anyone can adopt and implement the solutions.

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  1. 1. YOU’RE INVITED:HEALTH | TECH | FOODAN OPEN INNOVATION EVENT 1
  2. 2. Welcome to HEALTH | TECH | FOOD 2 You’re Invited!
  3. 3. Event OverviewHealth | Tech | Food What: Health | Tech | Food is a space and time to innovate around the core health issues of New York through the lens of social technology. Why: While social technology most frequently addresses the upper half of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, we will explore how these same technologies can also serve greater societal needs, namely, our health.  How: Following short, grounding presentations from renown thought leaders, participants will engage in one of four ideation workshops: open source health, food systems, the quantified self or mobile health. All ideation inputs and outputs will be publicly published so that anyone can adopt and implement the solutions. When: Tuesday, February 8, 9:00am-12:30pm. Where: The Paley Center for Media; the People & Society hub for Social Media Week NY. RSVP Link: http://www.amiando.com/smwnyluminary.html 3
  4. 4. WhatHealth | Tech | Food Concept We aim to create a space and time to innovate around the core health issues of New York, through the lens of social technology. 4 Social Technology is our lens Four Topics One audience Open Source Health Mobile Health Food systems The quantified self
  5. 5. WhySocial > Societal Technology 5 The majority of social technologies are spent on the top of the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, pushing out messages . Social technologies can serve greater societal needs.
  6. 6. HOWFLOW OF DAY 6 9:00-9:15 Icebreaker 9:15-10:30 PlenaryGrounding 10:30 -11:45 Small Group Ideation 11:45-12:30 PlenarySharing
  7. 7. HowFlow of Day Following short, grounding presentations from renown thought leaders, participants will engage in one of four ideation workshops: open source health, food systems, the quantified self or mobile health. All ideation inputs and outputs will be publicly published so that anyone can adopt and implement the solutions. 7
  8. 8. HowEvent Format (3.5 hours) 8 Plenary Session Icebreaker + Welcome + Grounding presentations by speakers Plenary Session Groups report back with their winning concepts Ideation Group 1: Open Source + Health Ideation Group 2: Food Systems Ideation Group 3: Quantified Self Ideation Group 4: Mobile Health
  9. 9. WhenHealth | Tech | Food Global registration for Social Media Week commences 01/11/11 9
  10. 10. WhereThe Paley Center for Media, NY 10 We are pleased to hold our event at the Paley Center for Media, which will serve as Social Media Week’s People & Society hub. Take the virtual tour.
  11. 11. WHOSpeakers Quantified Self, Steven G. Dean.As a design consultant rooted in the wellness industry, Steven Dean provides creative insight to corporate teams developing wellness services and products. Steven is also an active participant in the quantified self and health 2.0 communities, and the NY Event Organizer for the The Quantified Self. Open Source + Health: Marc Koska is the inventor of the the K1 syringe -- it locks down after a single injection, preventing reuse. His organization takes an open source approach to health products, publishing the plans to allow anyone to produce the better medical instrument. Watch Marc’s Ted Talk Food Systems:To be confirmed shortly. Mobile Health: Disease Mgt Application. To be confirmed shortly. 11
  12. 12. WHOOrganizers & Facilitators 12 Luminary Labs, a strategy and innovation consultancy, is sponsoring and organizing the event. Our contributions include: Speaker and topic development Ideation methodology Event promotion Event facilitation Curate and publish the event output People following organizations have graciously offered their time and talent to help facilitate the workshop portion of event:
  13. 13. WHOParticipants The best innovations are born when seemingly disparate minds collaborate. Therefore, we welcome a diverse cross-section of thinkers, problem-solvers and builders who are passionate about health and technology, but rarely get the chance to come together. Here are a few ideas of who we aim to attract: Patients | Developers | Pharmaceutical Executives | Agencies| Hospitals | Technologists| Nurses | Consultants | Government | Scientists | Pharmacies | Creatives | Doctors | Start-ups | Strategists | Educators | Insurance | Patient Advocates | Professors | Students | Researchers | Artists | You 13
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