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DISRUPT THE BAY will bring technology startups and providers together in an effort to create synergy for what applications are out there to improve our health system while also creating the opportunity for those students, startups, and providers to collaborate. To help facilitate this, we also have a “Mentor Madness” session, where the Leadership Panel will have an opportunity to hear pitches from 10 startups that have healthcare products or applications. The Panel Q&A Discussions will evolve around Digital Health Transformation applications with blockchain/“carechain”, AI Machine learning, Robots, 3D printing, or AR-VR
USF MUMA and Save the Kids are coming together to host DISRUPT THE BAY on November 7 from 12-8 pm at the USF Marshall Center Oval Theater. DISRUPT THE BAY seeks to bring together chief level executives from Bay Area Hospitals with healthcare technology startups to inspire change all while raising money to disrupt the status quo for kids’ cancers. All proceeds from the event will go to kids’ cancer research.
Providers on the Panel are Florida based CIO’s, CISO’s and Corporate VP’s talking about emerging tech. Panelists from:
JOHN’S HOPKINS ALL CHILDREN’S
STEWARD HEALTHCARE NETWORK
CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA
BAYCARE HEALTH SYSTEM
Jay Samit is the keynote speaker who will bring a crowd from the start up community and HigherEd. He is known for his active involvement with the earlier stages of YouTube, LinkedIn and about a dozen other startups. He is currently a professor at University of Southern California teaching on how to build a high tech startup. Jay is well known for publishing the book “Disrupt You”. You can learn more about Jay at his website http://jaysamit.com/
Ecover, iSolved, CNFL HIMSS, USF MUMA College of Business, No Limit Technology, St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, International Diamond Center, Cigna, Abacode
All proceeds from the event will go to kids’ cancer research by way of Save the Kids Foundation. Save the Kids Foundation has chosen this year’s recipients: BeatNB and Hope4ATRT.