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Technology Driving Improved Outcomes (HTC Health Tech Innovators of Central MD)

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    7178 Columbia Gateway Drive, Columbia, MD (map)

    39.181690 -76.803139

  • MD HealthTech Coalition members, 

    Sharing information about an upcoming event hosted by the HTC Health Tech Innovators of Central MD on Thursday, December 8th. The program will be exploring the topic of how innovation can improve healthcare outcomes and reduce disparities for everyone. The keynote speaker is Neil Carpenter, Vice President of Strategic Planning and Research at LifeBridge Health and there will be two presentations; first, BioFactura, a biopharmaceutical development company, followed by Tissue Analytics, a company that is bringing wound care into the 21st century. There will be plenty of time for questions and Networking.

    Keynote Neil Carpenter is the Vice President of Strategic Planning and Research at LifeBridge Health (a $2B integrated healthcare delivery system in the Baltimore area with 4 hospitals, 25+ urgent cares, 500+ employed physicians and several nursing homes). In this role, Neil oversees strategic planning for the enterprise as well as its clinical research and innovation efforts.

    The innovation strategy at LifeBridge is defined by 4 pillars, 1) protecting the health system’s intellectual property 2) Leveraging Sinai’s bio incubator to increase access to recruit new clinical trials or new medical devices for our patients. 3) Piloting new health information technologies, with a focus on solutions that expand LifeBridge’s market reach or reduce the total cost of care for payers 4) Co-developing technology solutions for health systems - solving strategic challenges for the health system, while also generating health system equity in start-up business.


    Darryl Sampey, President and CEO, BioFactura, Inc.

    Kevin Keenahan, Co-founder, CEO, Tissue Analytics

    Registration will close Wednesday, Dec. 7 at 3 PM.

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