HLTH VRTL 2020
HLTH VRTL took place on October 12-16, 2020. You can still register to be able to view all content on-demand and visit the exhibitor directory.
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Here’s What to Expect
In the year that everything changed, HLTH VRTL brought together over 4,000 attendees, 250+ sponsors and 250+ speakers.
This year’s agenda focused on the history-altering events of 2020, the year that everything changed. Sessions were designed to encourage growth, conversation and progress through keynotes, announcements and curated matches.
Attendees connected virtually with the greater community of health, over the course of 5 days at HLTH VRTL. After a year that has created so much distance, our mission was to create a creative, collaborative and personalized networking experience for all attendees.
Startups and investors play a critical role in creating health's future. HLTH VRTL hosted a live Startup Pitch competition featuring 12 of the most innovative early-stage companies in health.
Impact Programs at HLTH VRTL explored innovation, technology, diversity and equity as essential elements of our mission to transform the next decade of health. These four programs covered women/gender issues in healthcare, health equity, patient engagement and innovation.
Specialty Content Programs
We’ve partnered with impactful groups who share in HLTH’s mission to transform health. Through curated programs presented by our partners from ATA, CHIME, Citi, ECHAlliance, Evercore, IHA and Mercer, we dived deep into critical and challenging themes like never before.
In the Employer program sessions at HLTH VRTL, Mercer and innovators across the health ecosystem uncovered actions employers are taking with a renewed focus on value (higher quality at lower cost) to create a brighter future for everyone.
Blazing New Trails
This year, we gathered the top health industry leaders along with government officials, policy experts, politicians, tech industry influencers and impassioned celebrities to spark true change.
The State of Health
This year’s agenda focused on the history-altering events of 2020 that have affected our hearts, minds, and forced us to question our current policies and business models.