The Two Days Event Bringing Together Providers, Payers, Entrepreneurs, Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors
The HealthTech conference has emerged, after the last two years, as the leading conference on how to build successful HealthTech companies. We focus on practical and in depth discussions on how emerging and established vendors can grow their innovative products that enable existing healthcare players to adapt to a fast changing healthcare delivery system. The conference provides a unique blend of all the key players in the same room:
Stanford Hospital and HealthTech Capital are pleased to present the HealthTech Conference 2014. HealthTech Capital is a group of private investors dedicated to funding and mentoring new "HealthTech" start ups at the intersection of healthcare with the computer and mobility worlds. HealthTech Capital has created a new ecosystem with leading edge clinical providers, venture firms and other strategic industry players.
Our community consists of experienced, inquisitive and innovative entrepreneurs, providers, doctors, venture capitalists and large corporations across public and private sectors.
Our expertise extends across medical devices, HIT, technology leveraged services, mobile health and patient engagement
Panelists include Talent and Recruiting Leaders, legal and proven entrepreneurs.
Panelists include angel groups, Venture debt, corporate investors, lawyers.
Panelists include investors, entrepreneurs, lawyers.
Panelists include corporate investor, lawyer and proven entrepreneurs.
How do ACOs and integrated care delivery network "string together" these new Healthtech tools and new service partners?
Big Data Analytics: New data display? Making data actionable?
Futuristic Medical World: life of a cardiac patient from chronic prevention to post cardiac event!
Public and Private Insurance Exchange: Are employers getting out of the healthcare risk?
What are the major industry trends and Healthtech Opportunities? Results of participants' survey.
How can workflow productivity tools to manage more patients with fewer resources: wherever they are? Risk sharing care delivery models?
Revenue model and building sustainable competitive advantage? Creating network effects? Getting above the noise?
New Technology enabled services? New PCP retail models? Medical devices @home?
Five minute presentations by Top 3 Companies from Young Companies Demos with VC discussion
Awards: The people's Choice and Most Promising 2014 HealthTech Company