Innovation Health Group is Newest Sponsor for 2017 Corporate State Summit

We are proud to announce that Innovation Health Group has joined The Corporate State: Toronto as our Health and Wellness Sponsor for the May 17 Summit!

Elaine Chin, MD, MBA, founder of Innovation Health Group and Executive Health Centre, a premier personalized medicine practice in Toronto, will be a speaker on the “Emotional Dislocation” panel. Dr. Chin brings her specialized viewpoint to the discussion about how, in this increasingly digitized modern life, we can re-imagine companionship, creativity, and more. She will talk about more technology, and how we leverage  the best it has to offer. She believes our connections, emotional reactions and conversation will continue to  to be digitally tethered.

She is a North American trailblazer and recognized expert in personalized medicine which leverages biometric and monitoring technology.

More recently, she was named the Chief Wellness Officer at TELUS Communications. She is a frequent speaker on executive health as a strategic tool in improving workplace productivity and protecting human capital.

Dr. Chin is the author of “Lifelines – unlocking the secret of your telomeres for a longer, healthier life.” The book appeared on the Globe and Mail’s Top 10 Best Seller List.

For more information about the 2017 Corporate State: Toronto Summit,
or to request an invitation, contact us at 844.552.3130
or email: katherine@bedlamproductionsinc.com

 

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