The 2017 Capital Health Tech Summit will showcase the unique intersection of commercial, government and academic assets that make Greater Washington the epicenter for innovation and opportunity in the health technology sector. The Summit will feature keynote speakers and panels offering expert insights on how technology is transforming and disrupting the business and delivery of health.
The Capital Health Tech Summit will deliver tremendous business development and educational value to NVTC members and the entire technology community, providing an unprecedented opportunity to promote the region’s health technology assets and connect people, companies and national policymakers.
Feature leading edge technology products and services offered by companies and institutions in the Greater Washington region
Highlight use cases from public and private sector thought leaders reflecting the technology trends disrupting the sector and transforming the future of healthcare
Provide unmatched opportunities to network with potential partners, investors and customers from the public and private sectors
As one of the nation’s premier high-tech centers, Greater Washington and Northern Virginia are home to a growing number of firms that are driving technology advancements in health and providing tools and applying solutions to address healthcare-related challenges and opportunities. For example, companies and health providers in the region are:
The Northern Virginia Technology Council (NVTC) is the voice of technology in Northern Virginia and the Greater Washington region, representing a diverse and thriving technology ecosystem, promoting innovation, and convening, educating, and advocating for the region’s technology community.
As the largest technology council in the nation, NVTC serves about 1,000 companies and organizations, including businesses from all sectors of the technology industry, service providers, universities, foreign embassies, non-profit organizations and government agencies. Through its member companies, NVTC represents about 300,000 employees in the region.