Rewiring the System


Ride and Room Share

Posted in Uncategorized by rewiringangel on August 13, 2009

BIL:PIL 2009 is an ad-hoc conference for people who are changing the landscape of healthcare through science, technology and public policy. From present issues to cutting edge advancements, BIL:PIL will bring together an innovative group of thought leaders from a wide range of disciplines to brainstorm, discuss and take action.

Inspired by BIL, a free technology unconference held annually in Long Beach, CA, featuring over 100 speakers and 500 attendees, BIL:PILwill bring together an innovative group of thought leaders from a wide range of disciplines to brainstorm, discuss and take action.

Inspired by BIL, a free technology unconference held annually in Long Beach, CA, featuring over 100 speakers and 500 attendees, BIL:PIL aims to provide an engaging and open format to explore the world of healthcare from multiple perspectives and disciplines.

In much the same way that BIL is conceived as a highly inclusive iteration of the TED conference, BIL:PIL is the open analog to the TEDMED conference. BIL:PIL is a community-driven forum for current and aspiring healthcare thinkers to share and collaborate.

Fueled by this collaborative and transparent approach, our goal is to foster conversations, ideas, and plans to revolutionize healthcare and improve both the quality and duration of patient lives. BIL:PIL invites each participant to share his or her vision and to be surrounded by those who have the resources to transform that vision into a reality.

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