Newsweek Examines Summit Conference’s Efforts To Tackle Global Health Challenges

Newsweek: Hacking Health: Has Silicon Valley Found Its Soul on a Mountaintop in Utah?
“In late August, tech titans, startup founders, and fluffy-haired ‘Burners’ gathered with international surgeons and nonprofit leaders at Summit, a private mountain retreat in Utah, to try to hack global health. … [C]an Summit’s approach — disrupting public health by leveraging the power of leaders in seemingly unrelated fields — help make [change] happen? Is a few days of conversation on a mountaintop really enough?…” (Jones, 9/5).

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