techtopia captureFor more than 16 years, the NVTC Techtopia Map has branded Northern Virginia and the National Capital Region as a premiere technology corridor.

NVTC is excited to share that the 2017 Techtopia Map is currently featured in a two-page spread in the July 2017 issue of Washingtonian on pages 48 and 49. Get your copy on newsstands now! The map is also available in the digital version of Washingtonian for subscribers.washingtonian cover july 2017 v2

In addition to the 2017 Main Techtopia Map and new this year, NVTC premiered three industry-specific maps (click to view):

2016 Cybersecurity Map

2017 Big Data Map

2017 Health Tech Map

The 2017 Techtopia Map is also featured in the Summer 2017 issue of NVTC’s The Voice of Technology Magazine. Techtopia Maps will also continue to be distributed at NVTC and industry events throughout the year.

Ensure that your company is represented among other key players in the technology community! Learn more about getting on NVTC’s 2018 Techtopia Map by emailing Yolanda Lee.

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We continue to share content from our inaugural Capital Health Tech Summit that took place on June 15, 2017 at the Inova Center for Personalized Health. Scroll down to view UVA’s Dr. Richard Shannon full Capital Health Tech Summit keynote presentation video and presentation slides.


Keynote ShannonThe 2017 Capital Health Tech Summit was headlined by three top keynotes: Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA), Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) National Coordinator for Health Information Technology Dr. Don Rucker and University of Virginia Executive Vice President for Health Affairs Dr. Richard Shannon.

In the second Summit keynote, Dr. Shannon emphasized the importance of process improvement in advancing health outcomes and shifting emphasis in healthcare from treatment to wellness and prevention. Dr. Shannon described how technology will be transformative in this process and shared examples of how UVA is implementing new technologies like remote patient monitoring to improve infrastructure burdens and embedded IoT technologies in ambulances to accelerate treatment time.

Dr. Shannon closed his keynote stressing the significance of cross-collaboration among health systems, universities and the private sector to fuel health innovation and improve health outcomes.

View Dr. Shannon’s full keynote below:

Click here to view Dr. Shannon’s presentation slides.

Stay tuned here on the NVTC blog for more exclusive Capital Health Tech Summit content!

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