We’re Attending TEDMED Simulcast and You Can Too!

Posted on Apr 12th 2013 by Victoria Edwards

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In its fourth year, TEDMED is an annual conference that helps us recharge our brains and get an innovative look at the possibilities for health and medicine.  The concept grew out of the famous TED conferences, nonprofit events devoted to ideas worth spreading. TED stands for technology, entertainment and design. The 3 ½-day event is simulcast around the world from Washington, D.C. and you’re welcome to attend for free!  Florida Blue will be simulcasting the conference in Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando and Pensacola on April 17-19 and in Miami on April 18.  The simulcasts are FREE and all sessions are open to the public. Deadline to sign up is Monday, April 15th, 2013. To see information about the specific locations, times and topics and to register, click on the link below: Florida Blue Live TEDMED Simulcast Some of the thought-provoking topics that will be covered during TEDMED 2013 are:
    • Can you coordinate the dance of your body's 100 trillion microorganisms?
    • Are zombie doctors taking over America?
    • What's the 21st century version of prevention?
    • What happens…now that I can read your brainwaves?
Whether you plan to attend or cannot make it in person, please join  the conversation on Twitter by following @FLBlue and @TEDMED and using the hashtag #TEDMED. We hope to see you there!

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Victoria Edwards

Victoria Edwards is the Digital Content Strategist for Florida Blue. You can find her tweeting on her own personal handle at, @TallChickVic. When she’s not working on content or social media, she loves blogging for other online publications, like Search Engine Watch or keeping fit by running, playing tennis or swimming.

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