Pacific Coast Reproductive Society is a multidisciplinary medical specialty society providing Continuing Medical Education (CME) to physicians and allied healthcare professionals. PCRS offers the highest quality, innovative CME, designed and presented by thought leaders in reproductive medicine. PCRS provides an outstanding forum for the exchange of information, and the advancement of the ideologies of reproductive medicine in a relaxed and collegial setting building relationships that foster the integration of current knowledge to ensure quality medical care for patients.
Sam Mesiano, PhD, as Program Director, has created an excellent program, which includes three Presidential Distinguished Lecturers, one trainee plenary session, 24 concurrent oral sessions and 12 mini-symposia. In addition to the scientific sessions, we have also planned complementary events that advance the mission of SRI. The first is Connection Corners, an annual event that engages trainees with the more experienced members of the Society. We will also hold three lunch sessions – on Wednesday, we will hold a Diversity Career Development Forum; on Thursday, the topic will be Breakthroughs in the Acquisition of the Omic Data Sets; on Friday, the focus will be Precision Medicine and Women's Health.
For 26 years, the Health Benefits Conference & Expo (HBCE) has been the premier source for health benefits and wellness education for employers. At HBCE, educational sessions focus on real-world experiences with case study evaluation and address many of today’s hottest topics. President, Karin Ajmani, to present a customer case study at the show and Progyny to host a table at the event, as well.
An initiative by the NYU Entrepreneurial Institute and the NYU School of Medicine that facilitates the creation of cross-disciplinary teams from around the University to identify and develop solutions to the pressing challenges facing today’s healthcare system. During the Makerthon Weekend, you’ll have the opportunity to ideate and prototype solutions to real-world healthcare challenges identified by practitioners across the NYU community. Teams of NYU students, faculty, researchers, and staff will compete to win over $10,000 in total prizes and advance to Phase III of the NYU Healthcare Makerthon, Venture Support, where they will receive access to coaches and other resources. Progyny CEO Gina Bartasi will be the keynote speaker discussing disrupting the health care buisnes.