CNBC’s 2019 Healthy Returns Summit: Full Panels

CNBC | May 23, 2019


On May 21, CNBC’s Healthy Returns returned for its second year, featuring interviews, panel discussions and presentations from some of the most influential leaders in health care. Speakers included United Therapeutics CEO Martine Rothblatt, Former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Novartis CEO Vasant Narasimhan, Cigna CEO David Cordani, Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky. A diverse set of innovative companies were represented, including Verily, Fitbit, Synthego, Kaiser Permanente, insito, Bright Health, Microsoft Health, Livongo and more.

The CNBC Healthy Returns conference brings together top health care investors, CEOs and technologists to explore the innovations that will drive better outcomes, financially and clinically.

Subscribe to the Healthy Returns to be the first to know about upcoming CNBC events, and get exclusive insights on health care innovation.

Watch the full sessions to discover how innovators and investors are working with patients and providers to develop dynamic new solutions and create healthy returns.
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