Thursday, August 4 12pm
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, skin cancer is the most common form of cancer, with one in every five Americans estimated to develop it in their lifetime. With the prevalence of skin cancer continuing to increase among adults and children, advancements in technology may be the key to prevention.
Traci Dunn, chief human resources officer and head of diversity, equity and inclusion at VillageMD
, will lead us through a conversation with Scott Barrows, director of the OSF Innovation Design Lab
, Kyoko Crawford, co-founder and CEO of SkinIO
and Sam Glassenberg, founder and CEO of Level Ex
, where they will explore the burden of skin cancer across various communities, the importance of early detection and screening for prevention and how the development of inclusive and accessible technologies are key to assisting providers and health systems with supporting patients.