We have gathered the Founders of 3 digital healthcare solutions to discuss their experience in incorporating the new technologies into the healthcare industry, share their forecasts of the future of medical tech, and vision on how the coronavirus crisis is reshaping the MedTech industry now.
- Enhancing care delivery and facilitating access to healthcare through new technologies
- The long way to introducing new digital solutions into the medical facilities: how to overcome the challenges and mitigate risks?
- Engaging elderly citizens and non-technical doctors and patients in adopting telehealth and monitoring solutions
- Healthcare partnerships: how to ensure efficient collaboration with health plans and secure information sharing between facilities
- Shortcuts to taking healthcare technologies worldwide: how to adapt technology to the market
Panel discussion participants:
A serial entrepreneur dedicated to addressing the lack of treatment outcomes in healthcare, the Founder and CEO of Health Outcome, the first crowdsourcing telehealth platform for patients providing an online exercise and coaching program for chronic orthopedic patients. The recommendations are based on information from 40,000+ patient treatment outcome records combined with a non-invasive methodology from spine experts. Ofer is an Angel investor, invested in startups including cPacket, Neura, Drippler, and HelloHeart.
Serial entrepreneur, Etay has worked at both startups and large corporations and is passionate about leading development teams to create innovative products that delight customers. He effectively uses agile and lean methodologies to create cohesive teams that consistently deliver and is an expert in leading product strategy, product development, and user experience projects. A computer vision and AI-based startup LayerJot helps hospital staff to perform manual tasks, such as finding instruments, assemble surgical trays, counting sponges during and after surgeries, analyzing usage patterns, and conducting visual inspections for instruments and operating rooms.
Bicovery is the Machine Learning powered solution that monitors the emotional and physical state of people living with bipolar disorder. Vladimir is an experienced project and product manager with a technical background, having delivered 30+ software development projects using modern frameworks and approaches: PMBoK, Scrum, Kanban, SAFe, Lean Startup, Design Thinking, Management 3.0.
VP Business Development, Archer Software
The leader in technology sales and business development for 15 years, has worked for start-ups to enterprise-level companies across industries, has successfully managed remote teams both domestically and internationally. Archer is a professional service and custom software development consulting company that helps startups and enterprises digitalize healthcare providing business model validation, market analysis, technological consulting, product design, development, and staffing services.