I presented Leveraging the Healthcare Ecosystem to Improve Care & Decrease Costs at the National Coalition for Health Care's New York summit on November 2, 2017.
Dan Henry of Outcome Health wrote a great piece on tech's ability to enhance the patient-physician relationship. The content came was based on an event NYCHBL held on April 27th with Outcome Health at their amazing new offices in Midtown West. The article summarizes the key points well, and I was happy to be quoted in it.
Ft. Lauderdale in June. Nice and hot! Thanks to Murray Izenwasser, Chief Marketing officer of AAJ Technologies, for inviting me to present at the Digital Transformation Forum on June 22nd. I spoke to an audience of digital enthusiasts about Moving Beyond the Digital Health Hype and into Real-World Practice.
What do I know about sensors? Well...a lot more than I thought. Over the past several months I helped put together the first Medical Sensors Design Conference, which was held on May 8th and 9th in Newton, MA. We had great speakers and feedback was quite positive. Highlights for me were...
Columbia Business School's New York alumni club hosted a panel about the movement toward building out the life sciences community in NYC on May 4th. Oddly, no jokes were made about Star Wars and no one wore cool socks like Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau. But I digress. Wendy Diller, the moderator, selected just the right mix of speakers. Well, me, of course...but also...
What an honor to interview and learn from biopharmaceutical legend Dr. Roy Vagelos on April 18th. Thank you to my colleague Olivia Schum, director of The Sanford C. Bernstein & Co. Center for Leadership and Ethics, for inviting me to participate.
It was a treat being able to connect my marketing and healthcare lives at the BRITE '17 conference on March 7th. I led a discussion called Innovation in Healthcare: Lessons for All which focused on patient engagement.
Thanks to my friend Dr. Yves Duroseau, head of the Emergency Medicine Department at Lenox Hill Hospital/Northwell, for inviting me to participate in the NYC Heart & Stroke Innovation Forum on March 2nd. I appeared on the Women in STEM panel with Misti Ushio, PhD, CEO of TARA Biosystems and Mary Howard, head of E-Labs. Dr. Judith Simmons, Managing Director for Healthcare at DDG, moderated the session.
This was my first Columbia Business School Healthcare Conference since becoming Director of the Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Management program last September...I was privileged to lead a fireside chat on the Future of Healthcare Reform with two giants in the field: Nancy-Ann DeParle, former Deputy Chief of Staff for Policy to President Obama and ACA Architect and Dr. Scott Gottlieb, selected to lead the FDA by President Trump on March 10th!