HLTH is the leading event for innovation in the health industry. It’s an unprecedented, large-scale forum for individuals, companies, and policymakers who are reshaping the health industry to learn, collaborate and evolve.

The event is unique in bringing together all key stakeholders, ranging from established payers, providers, employers, and pharma services to disruptive startups and prolific investors, as well as representatives from government, health associations and business groups, media, and industry analysts. By leading the development of a new dialogue and ecosystem, HLTH’s mission is to drive substantial reductions in health costs and dramatic increases in health quality. HLTH takes place on October 27-30, 2019 at the MGM Grands brand new conference facility. Register today and don’t miss a minute of the action.

HLTH is led by Jonathan Weiner, Founder, Chairman, and CEO. Jonathan is also the Founder of Money20/20, which organizes the world’s largest consumer payments and FinTech events and Shoptalk, which organizes the world’s most important events for retail and e-commerce innovation. Before Money20/20 and Shoptalk, Jonathan was the Global Head of BD for Google Wallet & Payments at Google, which he joined following Google’s 2012 acquisition of his VC-backed startup, TxVia. He’s also a venture partner at Oak HC/FT, a $1 billion growth equity venture fund. Jonathan is joined by a team of health and events industry experts in offices in New York.


Jon Weiner

Founder, Chairman & CEO

Anil Aggarwal


Gary Earl

Disruptive Force For Good

Michael S Hoefler Jr

Creative Director

Carolyn Joyce

Marketing Manager

Lisa Kellman

Designer Extraordinaire

Dibrell Mansfield

Content Analyst

Nancy Mastroianni

Head of Growth

Andrea McCarthy

VP, Sales

Megan McMahon

Event Logistics Manager

Emily Narcessian

Project Manager

Magda Pielesiak

Administration & Logistics

Fred Rocha

Web Engineer

Constance Sjoquist

Chief Transformation Officer

Jody Tropeano

Director of Content

Ashley Witz

Operations Director