The Transform 2011 Symposium is happening NOW!

If you can't be there, you don't need to miss out. We will be uploading our videos as soon as we can.

Imagine that more than 50 leaders in health care innovation were gathering to share their ideas and insights just a few blocks from the Mayo Clinic campus in Rochester. That's the idea behind Transform 2011 – Designing Solutions. Inspiring Health, presented by the Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation. Transform 2011 will feature speakers on topics focused on design thinking and innovation for new health care delivery models.

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You can find the full schedule of speakers -- and when they'll take the stage -- on the Center for Innovation website. But here's just a sample of who's who among the speakers at Transform 2011:

Mariana Amatullo, co-founder, Designmatters Department, Art Center College of Design

David deBronkard, ePatient and patient advocate

Dondeena Bradley, Vice President, Global Design and Development of PepsiCo

William Drenttel, director of Winterhouse Institute and publisher of Design Observer

Paul Grundy, director, IBM Healthcare Transformation

Chris Hacker, chief design officer, Johnson & Johnson

Roger Martin, dean, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto

Rebecca Onie, co-founder of Health Leads

Helen Walters, editor, Doblin/Monitor

David Webster, partner, IDEO

If you miss anything, don't worry. All main stage presentations will be available on the blog shortly after the event. And you follow or contribute to the feed on Twitter using the hashtag #txfm11.

If that's not enough to get you to tune in, watch the short video below with highlights from Transform 2010 <>