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More than half of the total population are women, but under-investment in women's health remains a chronic problem. Despite being the primary health-care decision makers, women's perspectives, health needs, and capabilities are frequently ignored, resulting in disparities in health outcomes. Recent research suggests that even modest increases in funding for women's health research have the potential to yield very large gains, including reduced health-care costs, increased labor productivity, and improved quality of life for women. This session will explore the dynamic state of women's health and examine ways in which better targeted investment, research, technology, and innovation in the field of women's health can reap benefits for us all.


Alice Miranda Ollstein
Health Care Reporter, Politico


Janine Austin Clayton
Director, Office of Research on Women's Health, National Institutes of Health

Elizabeth Galbut
Co-Founder and Managing Partner, SoGal Ventures

Linda Goler Blount
President and CEO, Black Women's Health Imperative

Julie Khani
Vice President, Government Affairs, Hologic