Healthcare Analytics Course
2nd Annual Real Estate Summit
Spring Networking Reception
Fall Leadership Dinner
Over 300 business and
municipal leaders will attend this year's Real Estate Summit to hear about the future of the commercial and
residential real estate in Westchester.
Networking & Showcase
Opening Keynote Address
Ken Meyer, Deloitte
Innovations in commercial real estate: Preparing for the city of the future.
Special Presentations and Panel
Kate Slevin, Regional Plan Association
Bob Paley, MTA
Meghan Taylor, Empire State Development
WCA Policy Playbook Sneak Peak
Bill Cuddy, CBRE and WCA Smart Growth Chairman
Jessica Bacher, Pace Land Use Law Center
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. Walk-ins are welcome; but space is limited. Please call the WCA 914-948-6444 for any event inquires.
In what will be his second week in office, incoming Westchester County Executive George Latimer will address the Westchester County Association (WCA) – the region’s preeminent business membership and advocacy organization
With a crisis as prevalent as opioids in America, nobody is protected. “Deaths in Westchester County have increased 200% in recent years,” noted Kathleen O’Connor of Shatterproof at WCA's HealthTech '17 conference on October 12. In fact, one out of every three families will be touched by this epidemic in some way. According to County Executive Rob Astorino, “this is the stark reality, it is a very lethal enemy that grows deadlier by the day.”
The opioid epidemic was a subject of a Health Tech ’17 panel, which was comprised a representatives from Pfizer, NewYork-Presbytrian, WMCHealth, and the harris project. The discussion was eye opening, inspiring, and in many ways, quite scary...
“There’s a sense of exciting things happening in telemedicine and technology,” said Dr. Christian Otto of Memorial Sloan Kettering at WCA’s HealthTech ’17, as he began his presentation for the panel Next Generation Telehealth: The Future Is Now. While still evolving, “Telehealth leads to longer survival, a 38% improvement in the quality of life, and 7% fewer urgent care visits.” According to Dr. Otto, telehealth will allow patients to:
• Include family members (even those living far away) in care decisions;
• Bring care and monitoring directly into the home;
• Access healthcare from remote locations without travel;
• See a doctor without missing work or needing childcare.
But will people use this technology?