Join peers in the region’s health innovation scene for networking and a conversation on Blockchain and it's impact on your healthtech business and the future of healthcare.
Free to attend. Come enjoy conversation and complimentary beverages.
Please register on the Chamber website: http://member.greatermadisonchamber.com/events/details/healthtech-capitol-blockchain-19433
Thanks to our host sponsor Godfrey and Kahn.
Confirmed speakers include:
Jeff Glazer – Partner, Ogden Glazer + Schaefer
A UW-Madison faculty member and blockchain enthusiast who works in the UW Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic supervising startup businesses, Jeff will discuss legal aspects of blockchain. He began his career as a web application and software developer, developing some of the first corporate intranets and internet-enabled business processes. Since then, he has also worked in private practice and started two companies.
Jason Tham – President, Harvest Technologies; Co-founder, 100crypto
Jason is a Bitcoin enthusiast who sees opportunity in the technology to reach a broader audience in the Madison area. At Harvest, the bedrock of his business is servicing blockchain networks, designing proprietary technologies to optimize those systems and building applications to grow organic transactional activity. Based out of 100state, 100crypto is an incubator for talented visionaries creating solutions to real-world problems using blockchain technology, providing space, mentoring and networking opportunities for its members.
Join peers in the region’s health innovation scene for networking and a conversation on data privacy, security laws and regulations that could impact healthtech startups during its lifecycle.
Free to attend. Please register on the Chamber website:
Two chairs. One interviewer and one interviewee, each coming from different perspectives in health innovation. After a few questions, the interviewer exits and the interviewee moves over to the interviewer chair. A new person takes the interviewee chair and the conversation continues.
Join HealthTech Capitol, an initiative of the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, for an evening of networking – featuring complimentary beverages and light fare courtesy of Host Sponsor Findorff – and a unique, wide-ranging conversation on healthcare, innovation and Greater Madison’s positioning as a global leader in solving healthcare’s complex challenges.
Thank you to our sponsors:
Host Sponsors: J.H. Findorff & Son Inc.
No cost to attend for Chamber Members
Non-member Fee: $10
• What we'll do
On behalf of HealthTech Capitol, Godfrey & Kahn, Symphony Corporation and the Wisconsin Technology Council, we invite you to join us for a “Head Start on HIMSS” networking mixer on Monday, Feb. 19, from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Industrious.
Whether you are attending HIMSS in March and looking for strategy tips or just looking to connect with other local healthtech professionals, come enjoy happy hour(s) at Industrious. The event is free for members of HealthTech Capitol/Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce or the Wisconsin Technology Council. If you're not [yet] a member, registration is $10.
Hope to see you there!
• What to bring
• Important to know
Register on the Chamber of Commerce site: http://member.greatermadisonchamber.com/events/details/head-start-on-himss-2018-17983
FYI listing - registration must be done using the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce portal. Available here (http://member.greatermadisonchamber.com/events/details/healthtech-hobnob-2017-the-health-highway-15344).
With some of the top health systems, insurers, manufacturers, researchers and technology companies in the world, the I-94 corridor from Milwaukee to Madison is a leader in health innovation. Join HealthTech Capitol (http://www.healthtechcapitol.com/), an initiative of the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, for a panel discussion with healthcare leaders on the opportunities and outlook for strengthening Wisconsin’s health innovation ecosystem.
Attendees will also enjoy complimentary beverages, light food and networking on Findorff’s outdoor patio overlooking Lake Monona.
• Neal Sandy – Chief Marketing and Commercial Officer, Executive Director of Business Development, GE Healthcare
• Stephanie Berkson – Vice President, Planning and Business Development, UW Health
Jake Behrens, MD – CEO and Medical Director, Envision ADHD, Dane County Medical Society President, Co-founder of healthtechmke.com (http://healthtechmke.com/)
Remember to RSVP here: http://member.greatermadisonchamber.com/events/details/healthtech-hobnob-2017-the-health-highway-15344
Thank you to our sponsors:
Host Sponsors: J.H. Findorff & Son Inc (http://findorff.com/), Hausmann-Johnson Insurance (https://hausmann-johnson.com/)
HealthTech Capitol Title Sponsor: Godfrey & Kahn S.C. (http://www.gklaw.com/GodfreyKahn.htm)
We invite you to join Healthtech Capitol (http://www.healthtechcapitol.com/) on November 1 for an evening with some of Chicago’s top healthtech startups as well as leaders from MATTER (http://matterchicago.com/) – a community of entrepreneurs, innovators and industry leaders working together to harness technology to improve health and healthcare.
Hosted by University Research Park (http://universityresearchpark.org/), the evening will include networking and discussion on healthtech trends and opportunities, as well as how Madison and Chicago’s growing healthtech communities are raising the visibility for the entire Midwest as a region that is solving some of healthcare’s biggest challenges.
The event is free for employees of HealthTech Capitol members (and $20 for non members). Space is limited, so please register soon (http://greatermadisonchamber.chambermaster.com/events/details/matter-in-madison-13359).
NOTE: To register for the event you'll need to use the link (http://greatermadisonchamber.chambermaster.com/events/details/matter-in-madison-13359) to the Chamber of Commerce's site - registering here on Meetup will not secure you a spot at the event.
Healthcare is a difficult industry to navigate and can be overwhelming for first time healthcare entrepreneurs. These barriers often discourage entrepreneurs from jumping into healthcare in the first place, but not the team of entrepreneurs we have assembled. Join HealthTech Capitol (http://www.healthtechcapitol.com/), a new initiative of the Greater Madison Chamber of Commerce, and learn from a panel of “up-and-coming” healthcare entrepreneurs and investors as they tell us their story about how they formed their company, challenges they have faced, and why they chose to invest and build here in Greater Madison.
Following the discussion we’ll head outside to Godfrey & Kahn’s rooftop terrace overlooking the Capitol Square for drinks and networking.
Because this event is part of Forward Fest, registration will be managed through the Forward Fest website: http://forwardfest.isthmustickets.com/events/35432461/healthtech-hobnob
There's no cost to attend this event.
This month’s DocTalk meeting will be held Thursday, February 25th at 6:30pm at 100state (30 W. Mifflin St., 6th floor) and will feature a presentation on Clinical Decision Support technology by Janelle Schroeder of Eventium (http://www.eventiumusa.com/).
Clinical Decision Support (CDS) utilizes structures and patterns gathered from complex healthcare processes aimed at improving outcomes. Used in conjunction with a Content Management System and Evidence Monitoring system one can create a flexible software package that helps to ensure standardized, and proactive episodic workflow.
Making sure that such inherently sophisticated content is delivered in an easy-to-use application for use at the point of care represents a significant design and development challenge. This presentation discusses the importance of creating structured clinical content, definition and design of a Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS) and the impact of CDSS on Clinical Workflow in home healthcare.
Our friends over at DocTalk are holding their January meetup over at 100 State and we'd love to see you there!
DocTalk is a monthly program that aspires to spur innovation in healthcare by bringing entrepreneurs and health professionals together to network and discuss relevant issues and technological solutions.
January's meeting will feature Scott Fulton of Cellara, a software-as-a-service provider that empowers cell culture scientists to quickly and easily plan their work, find critical information, cells and materials and securely document their research.
Come hear UW-alumni Mat Falkowski talk about his experience at 5 San Francisco Biotech Startups. Also learn how his newest venture IndieBio is giving start-up ideas $250,000 and 4 months of intense training.
DeLuca Forum, Wisconsin Institutes of Discovery Town Center