As a creative marketing and visionary partner for the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce, TriVision is lending a hand to push through the challenges of healthcare, informatics, and personalized medicine at the 2016 Innovate Conference.
The future of healthcare and information technology is built today. Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce (DRCC) knows that healthcare can no longer be “one size fits all” because rising technologies today are paving the way for personalized healthcare and medical treatments. That is why on October 28, 2016, DRCC centered the theme of its 5th annual signature event, 2016 Innovate Conference, around healthcare, informatics and personalized medicine.
Virginia Governor, the Honorable Terry McAuliffe, and Congresswoman Barbra Comstock (10th District- VA) were keynote speakers at the conference, giving their take on how to produce solutions to make the Northern Virginia healthcare industry a model for the future. Panel sessions discussing key topics also took place with reputable industry leaders from organizations such as Northrop Grumman, CACI, Attain and National Institutes of Health.
The half-day conference held at the new Inova Conference Center in Falls Church, Virginia included a look at the new Inova Center for Personalized Health – an international hub of discovery, prevention, health and longevity. Washington D.C. is on a trajectory to becoming a world-class biotech center thanks to the amazing synergy of big data and personalized care.
As one of DRCC’s proud visionary partners for the last three years, we were thrilled to once again produce a promotional video for this year’s Innovate conference. TriVision’s Creative Director/SVP, Arsalan Lutfi, who is also the Marketing Chair for the Dulles Chamber as well as on the Executive Board, worked closely with his team of motion graphics and video editors at TriVision to create a video advertisement that effectively communicated the message of the conference, while staying true to the mission and brand of the Dulles Chamber.
The healthcare industry needs leaders who will make lives better for generations to come and we are proud to take a small part to make the Washington, DC region the center of biotech and healthcare technology.