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HxD is now HxR! HxRefactored is a revolutionary conference that will gather over 500 designers, developers and leaders in health for talks, workshops and discussions on how to improve the quality of the health experience.

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Health Care Design Conference - 2013 Boston

When you attend HxD, you’ll wrestle big problems but walk away with lessons you can apply immediately, learn from a network of disrupters, innovators and creators intent on rebuilding our health care system, and witness the change design ignites.

2013 Keynote Speakers

Jane McGonigal

Chief Creative Officer

SuperBetter

Jane McGonigal is a visionary game designer and futurist, and she is harnessing the power of internet games in new ways to help solve some of the biggest challenges facing our world today and tomorrow.

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2013 Speakers




What People Are Saying About HxD

"We have had Healthcare 2.0. Let’s redesign it and introduce Healthcare 3.0, 4.0, 5.0 and look to where we can integrate this into our healthcare system."

- ROBYN O’BRIEN,
Founder, AllergyKids Foundation

"Last year’s HxD conference was so amazingly inspiring, and has definitely caused me to strive harder and become more passionate about improving our healthcare system."

- 2012 HxD Attendee

"I was able to take notes on concrete items that I can start to apply to projects I’m working on. That’s really what I wanted to get out of this conference, and I got it in a variety of ways."

- 2012 HxD Attendee

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About HXD

At HxD 2013 you’ll join designers, technologists, product managers, researchers, entrepreneurs, visionaries, and dreamers representing a broad spectrum of companies and organizations in the health care space. Through this inspired mix of presenters and attendees, HxD will explore the overlap of healthcare and design. Speakers will discuss how human centered design and design thinking can improve the quality of health service delivery and digital interactions, helping all of us achieve better health.