• Medicine X - New York Pop-Up!

    Parsons School of Design at The New School

    >>Ticket ($8) Required - Click here to purchase tickets!<< Join us for another night of discussions about the intersection of emerging technologies and medicine. At this event, we're discussing entrepreneurship in health care and some of the business challenges of launching a health care tech company. Light snacks and drinks will be provided! A big thank you to our supporters, Digitalis Ventures (http://www.digitalisventures.com/), and our hosts Parsons School of Design at The New School (http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/)! _______________________ 6:30 PM - Check-in, Networking and Light Snacks 7:00 PM - Welcoming Remarks by Doug Kanter (https://twitter.com/dougkanter), Medicine X NY Community Organizer 7:10 PM - ePatient Ignite! Presentation by Julie Cerrone (https://twitter.com/justagoodlife), Medicine X ePatient Scholar 7:15 PM - Introduction to NY Region Events by Doug Kanter 7:20 PM - Interview with Zach Weinberg (https://twitter.com/zachweinberg), Co-Founder, President & COO of Flatiron Health 7:40 PM - Panel Discussion on entrepreneurship and the business challenges of launching a health care tech company, moderated by Jen van der Meer (https://twitter.com/jenvandermeer) and featuring panelists: • Zach Weinberg, Flatiron Health • Doug Hayes (https://twitter.com/JuntoDoug), CEO, Junto Health • Natasha Gajewski (https://twitter.com/SkiNatasha), Founder & CEO, Symple Health 8:25 PM - Closing Remarks by Dr. Larry Chu, Executive Director of Stanford Medicine X (http://medicinex.stanford.edu/) About our speakers: Zach Weinberg Flatiron Health (http://flatironhealth.com) Zach is Co-Founder, President and COO of Flatiron Health, where he oversees all activities related to product, engineering and internal operations. Before co-founding Flatiron Health, Zach was co-founder, president & COO of Invite Media, an advertising technology company based in NYC. Invite Media built the industry's first enterprise advertising platform for buying and optimizing online media in real-time. Invite Media was acquired by Google in 2010. Prior to Invite Media, Zach co-founded EatNow.com, which was privately acquired. An active angel investor, Zach has invested in over 30 technology startups throughout the country, including Bell Biosystems, Breakthrough.com, Care at Hand, DocPhin, Doctor Evidence, Genomera, Meddik, Oscar, and Predilytics. Zach studied economics and entrepreneurship at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Doug Hayes Junto Health (http://juntohealth.org/) Investor turned entrepreneur with experience in business development, sales & marketing, fundraising, and operations. Operational experience in seed stage startups, mature organizations, small boutiques, and high-growth companies. Lifelong student, (washed up) athlete, committed omnivore. Junto Health is a consortium of member organizations who have chosen to work together to solve some of healthcare's most complex challenges. Junto Members represent a diverse network of providers, technologists, policymakers, corporations, investors, and entrepreneurs. These members meet regularly and work in small teams, using their collective knowledge & resources to develop and diffuse market-driven solutions to health care’s common obstacles. Combining startup DNA with strategic policy perspective, Junto Health is the knowledge infrastructure now required to lead our healthcare system into the future. Natasha Gajewski Symple Health (http://www.sympleapp.com/) Natasha Gajewski is the founder of Princeton-based Symple Health, a platform for connecting patients, providers and the organizations that serve them. Symple has been a featured app in the iTunes medical app store for over three years and is one of Apple's favorite apps for patients. The Symple community creates millions of data points every day and offers a fascinating view of what health *feels* like around the world. Natasha has been named a Stanford MedX ePatient scholar, TedMED Frontline scholar, one of ten Innovators to Follow by the Partners' Center for Connected Health, and a member of the Startup Health Showcase at the mHealth Summit in Washington DC. She is an advisor to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation's Flip the Clinic initiative. She serves as a technical expert for the Mathematica Center on Health Care Effectiveness and as a mentor to the Keller Center’s Accelerator Program at Princeton University. She is a sought after speaker who recently spoke from the mainstage at Health Datapalooza in Washington DC. She was one of three innovators selected to open the American Board of Internal Medicine Foundation's Annual Meeting. Natasha is a novice rower, seasoned skier and erratic gardener. But most of all, she is passionate about dignifying the patient experience in daily life and the exam room. Julie Cerrone Medicine X ePatient Scholar & Health Coach (http://juliecerrone.com) Julie Cerrone is an American Association of Drugless Practitioners Certified Holistic Health Coach, patient empowerer, yoga instructor, speaker and health activist blogger thriving with psoriatic arthritis and avascular necrosis of the femur and has battled melanoma, complex regional pain syndrome, depression and anxiety. Using her personal mantra ‘It’s just a bad day, not a bad life’, she started itsjustabadday.com, which was named one of the top 5 psoriatic arthritis blogs by EveryDay Health and top 7 psoriasis blogs by HealthLine. Staying busy is a way of life for Julie. Some of her accomplishments and activities include: Patient Influencer Network Director for WEGO Health, 2014 Stanford Medicine X ePatient Scholar, mentor and blogger for the National Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis Foundation, member of the Advocacy and Mission Committee for Arthritis Foundation, WEGO Health Best In Show: Twitter in the 2015 Health Activist Awards, excited member of the Intake.Me Patient Advisory Board and Psoriasis Social Media Ambassador for HealthCentral. Jen van der Meer Reason Street (https://www.reasonstreet.co/) Jen van der Meer is the Founder and CEO of Reason Street, where she helps companies find the right business models for impact. A former Wall Street analyst and economist, Jen is a business modeler and data doyen who masters the emerging edge of technological change. Throughout her career, Jen has practiced an approach that is equal parts data-driven and creative to understand and apply the opportunities for technology to transform the economy, society, and culture. Prior to Reason Street, Jen served as Luminary Lab’s Chief Strategy Officer, and was previously EVP, Services and Managing Director at Dachis Group, a social data strategy consulting and software company. She was previously a partner at Drillteam where she developed innovation crowdsourcing programs for companies such as Target, Toyota, Nestle, and Neiman Marcus, earning the first social media programs in the industry. Jen has held executive management roles at Organic during the company’s aggressive growth phase, was General Manager at Frog Design where she organized a successful turnaround of the company’s service business on the East Coast. Jen is also an Assistant Professor at Parsons Strategic Design and Management Program, where she teaches Business Models and Entrepreneurial Strategy. She is an Adjunct Professor at NYU ITP, where she runs the VC Pitchfest and teaches Business 101.1, an adapted version of Lean Startup / Lean LaunchPad. She serves as an advisor to multiple startups in the health and educational technology fields, and she has served as a judge and mentor for numerous startup and innovation competitions, including the Berkeley Big Ideas Open Data Challenge, NYC Big Apps, Innovate NYC Schools, and the NYU Summer LaunchPad. the NYU Healthcare Challenge, and the Blackstone Mentor Program at NYU. She writes and speaks on the topic of strategy in a data-driven age, entrepreneurship, fundraising, design thinking, and social capital. Our supporters: About Stanford Medicine X: Stanford Medicine X programs aim to connect all stakeholders to innovate healthcare at the intersection of emerging technologies and medicine. Medicine X is a catalyst for new ideas about the future of medicine and health care. The initiative explores how emerging technologies will advance the practice of medicine, improve health, empower patients to be active participants in their own care, and more. Learn more about Medicine X by visiting our website: medicinex.stanford.edu (http://medicinex.stanford.edu/) https://youtu.be/tNi8BIIH-xo Email us at [masked] with any questions!

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  • MedX NY Pop-Up!

    NYU Langone Medical Center, Smilow Auditorium

    >>RSVP Required - Click here to reserve your seat!<< Join us for another night of presentations and conversation about the intersection of medicine and emerging technologies. This time we're discussing patient data sharing, genomics and new ways of connecting with researchers. RSVP required! A big thank you to our supporters, Digitalis Ventures, and our hosts at NYU Langone Medical Center! 6:30 PM - Check-in, Networking and Light Snacks 7:00 PM - Welcoming Remarks by Dr. Larry Chu, Executive Director, Stanford Medicine X (http://medicinex.stanford.edu/) 7:10 PM - ePatient Ignite! Presentation by Nisha Pradhan, 2014 Medicine X ePatient Scholar 7:15 PM - Introduction to NY Region Events by Doug Kanter, Medicine X NY Community Organizer 7:20 PM - Keynote Address by Jason Bobe (http://www.jasonbobe.net/about.html), The Resilience Project (http://resilienceproject.com/), Icahn Institute for Genomics at Mount Sinai 7:40 PM - Panel Discussion on Patient Data Sharing, moderated by Doug Kanter, and featuring panelists: • Jason Bobe, the Resilience Project • Madeleine Ball (https://twitter.com/madprime), Co-Founder of Open Humans • Anna McCollister-Slipp (http://www.vitalcrowd.org/about), VitalCrowd 8:25 PM - Closing Remarks by Dr. Larry Chu and Doug Kanter About our speakers: Jason Bobe The Resilience Project (http://resilienceproject.com/) Jason Bobe is Associate Professor and director of the Sharing Lab at the Icahn Institute for Genomics and Multiscale Biology at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. He attempts to produce research efforts that people actually want to join. He works on prototyping collaborative and participatory models of biomedical research and citizen science. With a focus on (a) greatly expanding the rates of participation in organized health research, (b) broadening the types of contributions participants in research are able to make, (c) promoting discovery & engagement through participant-centered research design and “equal access” data sharing practices, (d) the creation of well-consented public resources via the “open consent” framework, (e) building research networks and communities of practice around emerging technologies. At Mount Sinai, he is a leader of the Resilience Project, an effort to learn how some people are able to avoid disease despite having certain genetic risk factors. Since 2007, he has been working to develop a global network of Personal Genome Project (PGP) research studies that collaborate on the development and evaluation personal genomic technologies and practices at increasing scales. The first site was founded at Harvard Medical School in 2005 by George Church, followed by sites at Hospital for Sick Kids / University Toronto (2012), University College London (2013), and the Center for Molecular Medicine in Vienna (2014) – with many more sites under development. Madeleine Ball, Co-Founder Open Humans (http://www.openhumans.org) Madeleine Ball, PhD is co-founder of the Open Humans project and Director of Research at the Personal Genome Project. Her background is in data sharing, genomics, and participatory research. She is dedicated to working together with highly engaged participants to create public data, and to share data directly with new research studies. Open Humans is a project that aims to break down data silos in human health and research. Members are invited to connect their data, aggregating it and sharing it with research projects, data analysis tools, and other activities. Researchers recruit Open Humans, enabling participant data access and ongoing data donation. By connecting individuals willing to share existing research data about themselves with researchers interested in using that data, data can be re-used and built upon. Anna McCollister-Slipp VitalCrowd (http://www.vitalcrowd.org/) Anna McCollister-Slipp is the Chief Advocate for Participatory Research at the Scripps Translational Science Institute, where she is charged with bringing the expertise of patients, caregivers and community physicians into the design of health research. In addition, she is co-founder of Galileo Analytics, a Visual Data Exploration and advanced data analytics company focused on democratizing access to and understanding of complex health data. Anna’s passion for innovation in health data research is rooted in her personal experiences living with type 1 diabetes. As an entrepreneur and advocate, she speaks frequently about the promise of digital health, the imperative for patient data access and the need for improved outcomes measures for chronic disease. Anna serves on a number of government and private committees and boards aimed at promoting innovative ways to better understand, manage and treat complex health conditions, such as diabetes. Our supporters: About Stanford Medicine X: Stanford Medicine X programs aim to connect all stakeholders to innovate healthcare at the intersection of emerging technologies and medicine. Medicine X is a catalyst for new ideas about the future of medicine and health care. The initiative explores how emerging technologies will advance the practice of medicine, improve health, empower patients to be active participants in their own care, and more. Learn more about Medicine X by visiting our website: medicinex.stanford.edu (http://medicinex.stanford.edu/) https://youtu.be/tNi8BIIH-xo

  • Medicine X - New York Pop-Up!

    NYU - ITP Tisch, 4th Floor

    >>CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE TO OUR MEDX NEWSLETTER<< Please join us for the first Stanford Medicine X Pop-Up in NY! Thanks to ITP (http://itp.nyu.edu) for hosting a night of discussions on the future of health care and patient-centric design - RSVP Required! Please make sure to come early for a good seat. Once we reach 150 people, the venue will be at capacity and will have to close doors. We recommend getting to ITP @ NYU TISCH as early as possible when check-in begins. >>WATCH ON OUR MEDICINE X LIVESTREAM<< 6:15 PM - Check-in, Networking, Tech Demos, and Light Snacks 7:00 PM - Welcoming Remarks by Dr. Larry Chu, Executive Director, Stanford Medicine X 7:10 PM - ePatient Ignite! Presentation by Cyrena Gawuga, 2015 Medicine X ePatient Scholar 7:15 PM - Medicine X Health Care Design Award Winning Presentation by Greg Segal, Co-Founder, ORGANIZE 7:20 PM - Introduction to NY Region Events by Doug Kanter, Medicine X NY Community Organizer 7:30 PM - Keynote Address by Manmeet Kaur (https://www.linkedin.com/pub/manmeet-kaur/3/94/784), Executive Director | Founder, City Health Works (http://cityhealthworks.com/) 7:50 PM - Panel Discussion on Designing Support Networks, moderated by Doug Kanter, and featuring panelists: • Manmeet Kaur, Executive Director | Founder, City Health Works • Diana Freed (https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=AAkAAADTNB0BGIr073YYOH7mDOIGN_hhKYYT3JY&authType=NAME_SEARCH&authToken=rulk&locale=en_US&trk=tyah&trkInfo=clickedVertical%3Amynetwork%2CclickedEntityId%3A13841437%2CauthType%3ANAME_SEARCH%2Cidx%3A1-1-1%2CtarId%3A1443005601284%2Ctas%3Adiana%20freed), Technologist-in-Residence at Cornell Tech's Small Data Lab (http://smalldata.io), Fellow at Data & Society (http://datasociety.net) Research Institute and a Visiting Scholar at NYU-ITP • Logan Merriam (https://www.linkedin.com/pub/logan-merriam/18/864/81a), Founder of Flaredown (http://flaredown.com/) 8:20 PM - Closing Remarks by Dr. Larry Chu and Doug Kanter 8:30 PM - Tech Demos and Networking About our Keynote Speaker: Manmeet Kaur founded City Health Works in 2012 to create a business case for the integration of local health coaches into the U.S healthcare system. Prior, she was an advisor to the One Million Community Health Worker Campaign and worked on related initiatives in South Africa (Mamelani Projects), India (LabourNet) and NYC (the Brennan Center for Justice). In her time abroad Manmeet saw the potential for reverse innovation from lower cost health systems when applied to the U.S. Manmeet’s work has been featured in NPR, the Daily News, the New England Journal of Medicine, the Commonwealth Fund, and NationSwell. She earned an MBA from Columbia and a BA from Barnard College, where she was selected as a Third Millennium Human Rights Fellow. Manmeet is a GLG Social Impact Fellow, Draper Richard Kaplan Foundation Social Entrepreneur and serves on the Board of the Sikh Coalition. Manmeet was born and raised in New York and lives in Harlem with her husband and son. About Stanford Medicine X: Stanford Medicine X programs aim to connect all stakeholders to innovate healthcare at the intersection of emerging technologies and medicine. Medicine X is a catalyst for new ideas about the future of medicine and health care. The initiative explores how emerging technologies will advance the practice of medicine, improve health, empower patients to be active participants in their own care, and more. Learn more about Medicine X by visiting our website: http://medicinex.stanford.edu https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNi8BIIH-xo About Stanford Medicine X 2015 Health Care Design Award Winner: Organize https://youtu.be/xQSBWZ3VBi8

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