May 2-3, 2017: San Diego, CA

We are pleased to announce that the second Fortune Brainstorm HEALTH conference will be held May 2-3, 2017 in San Diego. We will again convene and build a powerful new community of leaders at the forefront of the revolution that is underway in 21 st century healthcare. Click here to register for 2017.

Select full sessions from the 2016 conference are available on demand on our Fortune Magazine YouTube channel.

At our inaugural Brainstorm HEALTH conference, we focused on the best and brightest ideas in the digital health care revolution. In May, we’ll tackle how to speed up this disruption and seize the benefits now. We’ll dive deeper into what’s working, what’s not—and why? And we’ll drill down into some of the most urgent questions in this domain: How do we get investment into the right areas quickly—and overcome the barriers that stand in the way of progress. Our theme for our second Brainstorm HEALTH event says it all: “Accelerating the Health Revolution.” And yes, we mean to do just that.

As with our inaugural conference, Fortune Brainstorm HEALTH, in association with IBM Watson Health, will gather not only C-suite leaders of hospitals, insurers, and cutting-edge pharma and biotech companies, but also titans of venture capital, tech and telecom, and other industries, who are rapidly changing the face of health care.  Our Fortune Brainstorm HEALTH meeting gathers a hand-selected group experts and problem-solvers for two days. The forum will cover four pillars—personal wellness, intervention, research, and the value chain. Our aim is not only to push some boundaries in each of these areas, but also to show how businesses, both established and new, can lead the way. And, yes, as with all of our Brainstorm events, Fortune will disseminate these ideas on our website, in the magazine, on social media, and beyond.

2016 Participants included CEOs Jonathan Bush of Athenahealth, Ron Gutman of HealthTap, Dr. Clifford Hudis of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, Dr. Vivian Lee of University of Utah Health Care, Nersi Nazari of VitalConnect, James Park of Fitbit, and Andrew Witty of GSK, as well as  President of Flex Health Solutions John Carlson, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation Founder Kathy Giusti, Dr. Sanjay GuptaArianna Huffington, Andreessen Horowitz General Partner Vijay Pande, Parker Foundation President Sean Parker, Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement Founder Maria Shriver, and White House Cancer Moonshot Task Force Executive Director Greg Simon. They were joined by our co-chairs—Fortune Deputy Editor Clifton Leaf and Dr. David Agus, one of the world’s most influential physicians.