Attendees learned from experts in the product development and voice technology space, and gained practical knowledge to succeed in expanding the adoption of products and solutions to ultimately improve patient care.

Bradley Metrock is CEO of Nashville-based Score Publishing, which helps creators find voice.

Metrock founded podcast network VoiceFirst.FM, hosts the popular show This Week In Voice, published the audiobook Perspectives on Gender in #VoiceFirst Technology, produces the company’s series of VoiceFirst Events, and co-founded the industry association VoiceFirst.Community.

​Quoted by organizations as diverse as The Mayo Clinic to Forbes to Harvard Business Review, Metrock has been cited as a leading thought leader on voice-first technology and AI, speaking regularly on its profound impact on our world.

Matt Cybulsky, MA MBA MSHA PhD is founder of IONIA , a healthcare consultancy addressing strategic, operational, and innovative care delivery initiatives supported by behavioral science methods, lean management approaches, and technology applications. He’s partnered with many organizations to achieve positive outcomes and lasting impacts.

In addition, he’s involved in the VoiceFirst technology movement for healthcare and co-hosts The Voice of Healthcare podcast and Voice of Healthcare Summit at Harvard Medical School. He is adjunct professor at Rochester Institute of Technology, an active member of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), and a Board Examiner for the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.

Reid Maclellan, M.D. is the Founder and CEO of Asclepius, Inc, an artificial intelligence company with a mission to restore the care in healthcare and improve quality of life for both patients and physicians. Dr. Maclellan also is an Adjunct Professor at both Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital where he practices and teaches translational medical research. He serves as a Board of Director for Diagnos, a publicly traded international company focused on artificial intelligence platforms that provide assistance to general practitioners in interpreting medical imaging at primary care facilities. He also is a co-host on “The Voice of Healthcare”, a podcast that discusses the growing intersection of voice-first technology and the healthcare sector.

As a key opinion leader in the fields of healthcare technology, artificial intelligence, vascular anomalies, and lymphedema, Dr. Maclellan frequently is invited to lecture both nationally and internationally.

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