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How to Capitalize in the Fast Growing Mobile Medical Device Market

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Speakers

Bryant Lin, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine
Adam Lin, President, iHealth Labs, Inc.
Parul Kapur, Co-Founder Neuro Ocean Solutions


Agenda

6:00 pm Registration & Networking

6:45 pm Welcome Remarks

6:50 pm Introduction of Venue Sponsor Perkins Coie

6:55 pm Introduction of Mobile Healthcare SIG

7:00 pm – 7:45pm: FDA guidance for mobile enabled medical device approval by Dr. Bryant Lin, MD

7:45 – 8:30 pm: Consumers experience in self monitoring by Adam Lin, President, iHealth Labs, Inc.

8:30 – 9:15pm: Mobile Medical Devices and mHealth: Strengths and Challenges by Parul Kapur, JD, MS

9:15 – 9:30pm Networking

9:30 pm End

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Event Introduction

Technological advances, coupled with promises of lowered costs and improved customer care, are increasingly getting hospitals and consumers interested in mobile medical/health devices. Millions of patients will be monitored with a mobile medical device within a couple of years. This represents a $1B plus market with an exponential annual growth rate.

However, there are lots of hurdles in regulatory perspectives and business models that yield great challenges for entrepreneurs in medical device startups to capitalize in their business. Our speakers will address these issues.

Presentation #1: FDA Guidance for Device Approval

This presentation will review a few of the mobile enabled medical devices to win FDA approval, discuss FDA guidance for device approval and talk about some success and failure factors in the area after regulatory approval.


Presentation #2: Consumers Experience in Self Monitoring
Type
• Define the spectrum
Motivation
• How did it start?
• Changing behavior
Engagement and “compliance”
• Usage beyond resolutions?
• Case study
Challenges
Results
• Ownership – leads to lifestyle change
• Collaboration

Presentation #3: Mobile Medical Devices and mHealth: Strengths and Challenges.

This will be an interactive session discussing the trends, strengths and challenges in this revolutionary field of mobile medical devices and applications. This sector has grown exponentially in the past several years from a mere concept into a massive movement which represents the future of health care. In this session, we will discuss technical and non-technical issues that are unique to the sector. The presentation will be focused on Importance of Security (HIPPA, Hi-Tech, etc), Privacy and Knowledge of Clinical Landscape in mobile medical devices.


Speaker Biographies

Bryant Lin, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine Stanford University, has over ten years of experience in medical device research, development and entrepreneurship. He advises and has co-founded several medical technology start-ups and has ongoing projects in arrhythmia treatment, chronic disease management and surgery. His work and background places him at the intersection of engineering, medicine and business. After he finished his bachelor's and master's degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT, he worked in management consulting. Subsequently, he returned to academia completing his MD and Internal Medicine Residency at Tufts as well as two fellowships in Cardiovascular Research and Biodesign at Stanford. An inveterate tinkerer, he has over ten patents issued or pending. Dr. Lin is a Clinical Asst.Professor of Medicine at Stanford where he also treats patients and teaches.


Adam Lin, President, iHealth Labs, Inc.
Adam Lin is the President of iHealth Labs, the leading designer and developer of mobile health products. iHealth focuses on delivering easy-to-use products that empowers users to better understand their health and manage it more effectively. It partners and collaborates with consumer and professional services to makes the products better and easier to access. iHealth’s products are found in major retailers in US, Europe and Asia. Prior to joining iHealth, Adam was the VP of Finance and Corporate Development for Eveo. Eveo is the leading independently owned healthcare communication agency providing strategic solutions for global pharmaceutical companies. Before Eveo, Adam was a Managing Director of Incubate Ventures. Incubate is an investment company that invests in early stage companies in Greater China and Korea.


Parul Kapur, Co-Founder Neuro Ocean Solutions

Parul Kapur, JD, MS is a medical and health technology expert with a legal background. She has 10 years of cross-functional experience focusing in medical, health, wireless and software technologies. Most recently, she co-founded a business providing software, advisory and strategic solutions to health and medical companies. Previously, she worked with medical and health clients at Shay Glenn LLP, McDonnell Boehnen Hulbert Berghoff LLP and in her own Patent Practice. She has a JD from John Marshall Law School, a BS in Biomedical Engineering from Wright State University and a MS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and is a Registered Patent Agent.

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  • James

    Great Meeting!

    March 15, 2013

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