Join us for a panel discussion featuring patient, physician, healthcare startup and corporate to discuss the patient journey. By intersecting narratives and viewpoints of multiple stakeholders, we hope the audience will gain a better understanding of the patient experience through the healthcare system including the emergence of symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and payment as well as learn more about the challenges with the current system and opportunities to improve the process for patients, physicians and relevant stakeholders
Emily Herman: Boston Scientific DR ICD Patient
Julie Lindmark: Senior Product Manager - Boston Scientific
Scott Brown: Chief Technology & Product Officer - Zipnosis
Dr. David Ingham: Internal Medicine Physician - Allina
Charlie Schaller: Director of Advanced Technology Collaborative - Optum
There will be time for networking and light refreshments will be served.
RSVP here: https://sched.co/H5nz
Fredrikson & Byron is located in the US Bank Building just off 5th street & 2nd avenue in downtown Minneapolis. Entrance to the parking ramps is off 5th on the East side of the building. Additional parking can be found at the US Bank ramp on 7th St & 3rd Avenue, or the 5th Street Ramp on 5th and Marquette. Metro Light Rail runs down 5th street and has a stop at Government Plaza, across the street diagonally from the US Bank Building.
Healthcare.mn in collaboration with Twin Cities Startup Week brings a unique recruiting event. This event features speakers from healthcare corporations, startups and hospitals. We will discuss recruiting that covers broad areas of technology, digital health, health IT and physician recruiting. You will learn what these organizations are doing to retain and attract talent in their particular areas. We will also learn about opportunities and obstacles unique to the Minnesota market. Attendees will be of all ages from students to in-transition adults.
Come for a lively panel and stay for networking following the event. Food and drinks are on us.
Our Panel includes:
Eric Murray: Director, Information Technology - Digital Health and Data Services at Boston Scientific
Dr. Salman Mallick: Hospitalist and Founder - LocumMED
Dan Linstroth: MSP Tech Captain and Steering Committee Chair at Make it. MSP.
Janie Finn: President, Finnesse Partners
RSVP here: https://sched.co/H9OT
Join us a collaboration between healthcare startups and corporate innovation teams from around the Twin Cities area to discuss, in an informal roundtable panel, the unique opportunities and challenges for healthcare startups.
We will be hosting several individuals from both the healthcare startup sector and the corporate innovation teams including:
Kurt Waltenbaugh from Carrot Health,
Lonny Stormo from Pops! Diabetes Care
Jeremy Pierotti from Sansoro Health
Tallis Boyd from Stella Health
Kevin O’Leary from Aliana Health
Bryan Clark from Boston Scientific.
This panel of experts will provide their insights into the startup community and how corporate innovation teams interact with them. There will be time for networking as well. Pasta from Buca di Beppo will be provided!
RSVP here: https://sched.co/G7C0
In 2017, 68.5 million individuals around the world were forced to flee their homes as a result of conflict, persecution, generalized violence, or human rights violations. Of those 65.3 million, 25.4 million people were refugees. When arriving in a new country, refugees face numerous health issues including getting access to affordable and high-quality health care, acute illnesses, infectious diseases and mental health issues. Moreover, refugees might not only have to tackle with their own health issues but also bear the burden of the health and expenses of families and relatives who are left behind.
Join us in this panel discussion to explore varied perspectives on refugee health issues and discuss opportunities for technology and innovation to solve these problems.
Refugee Health Coordinator
Minnesota Department of Health
President and CEO
The Language Banc, Inc
Vice President & Director of Medical Affairs
Pro-Health Care, Inc
Midwest Career Institute
As the health care industry continues to face complex challenges, it is important to develop and implement innovative and effective solutions. One approach leading to these innovations is human-centered design - a process that takes into consideration human needs and experience to generate solutions to problems.
Join us to learn what human-centered design really means for the health care industry and how experienced designers are using this approach to improve the patient experience.
Crux Collaborative Inc.
John is the President and a Principal Consultant at Crux Collaborative a Minneapolis based User Experience Consulting company that specializes in transactional and behind the login applications for regulated industries. John loves to collaborate with his team and clients to create new approaches to very complex systems and web delivered applications. His primary areas of focus are User Experience Strategy and Design, Interface design, and User Research.
John’s career in interactive media design began in 1995, when he was hired to play video games and then design CD-ROMs to teach others how to win the games. His career then transitioned into business-focused websites and applications. John has worked with many Fortune 500 companies and large not for profit organizations. He believes there is a simple and streamlined approach for every complex problem. He approaches each project with the user’s goals in mind first in order to create a solution that is effective and meets the needs of his client’s business.
President and CEO
Senior Industrial Design
Laurie Healy (Fueled Collective), Aneela Idnani (HabitAware) and Patrick Parker, LMFT (PatrickParker.io) host an honest talk on what is important to the Minneapolis/St. Paul tech/entrepreneurship community when it comes to mental health and stigma as we share insights from a recent public discussion. Patrick will also lead an open discussion for changemakers, entrepreneurs and healthcare professionals to define FEAR, unpack it and explore methods to acknowledge and overcome what stops us from "showing up" and taking steps to live - and work - better.
5:30-6: Food, drinks and networking
7:15-7:30: Wrap up
Directions & Parking:
Fathom Consulting is located on the corner of Washington Ave and N. 1st
Street on the fourth floor of the Bradshaw Building above Pixel Farm
Studios. The address for your gps is 108 N. Washington Ave. Minneapolis.
There is plenty of street parking and paid lots nearby. Some of the closest
surface lots only take cash. The Hennepin Ramp at N 1st St and N 1st Ave
accepts credit cards and has a reasonable day rate.
Conner M O.
Fathom Consulting Offices
Bradshaw Building - 108 N. Washington Avenue, Minneapolis, MN · Minneapolis, MN
Precision Medicine and Population Health lie on opposite ends of the spectrum - one focuses on targeted care at the individual level, building on the idea that one treatment approach does not fit all and that each and every one of us has a unique experience, background, and inherent genetic programming that influences our health and well being. On the other hand, we have population health, which focuses on large scale improvement of health, on a community, regional, national, or even global level, and often hinges on non-clinical factors, such as food consumption, lifestyle, access, support, and many more. In the start-up scene today, it is possible to categorize companies into silos - precision medicine versus population health. At first glance, it seems like these two fields are working in opposite directions - bringing the following question to the forefront. As a health start up ecosystem, are both these categories of companies working towards a common goal? It what ways can precision medicine actually improve population health?
Jason Ross, CTO - OneOme
Spencer Pratt, Vice President of Product - Carrot Health.
Michelle Chaffee, CEO and Founde - Alska
Parking Options for TreeHouse Health
**TreeHouse Health (need to take Maple St. to Harmon Pl. to access front entrance due to one-ways)
MCTC lot just east of TreeHouse on Hennepin & 16th St. N. ($5, cash/cards)
Basilica lot under the I-94 bridge (13 North 17th Street, $5, cash only)
Metered parking on Maple St. and Harmon Pl. (cash/card or MPLS Parking app)
Lot behind TreeHouse building (1600 Harmon Place, $6, cash or MPLS Parking app)
To kick off 2018, we're giving Minnesota's healthcare scene an opportunity showcase what they are working on this year.
Come hear short talks from MN healthcare powerhouses, as well as informal 60 second pitches.
The goals are to:
- facilitate connections
- encourage collaborations
- get exposure for start ups
- generate excitement about our community
5:30 pm - Food and Networking
6:00 pm - Programming Begins
6:10 pm - Introduction + Welcome
6:20 pm - Main Event
7:50 pm - Wrap Up
8:00 pm- Networking
*A cash bar will be available from 5:30 to 7:30*
Charles Schaller, Director, Advanced Technology Collaborative at UHG
Molly Fuller Design
Gerry Greanery, Mayo Clinic Center for Innovation
Home Monitoring for Assisted Living and Group Homes
Frank Jaskulke, VP, Intelligence, Medical Alley Association
MN Therapist Finder
Jim Schowalter, President, MN Council of Health Plans
Marbles App & Analytics
Please see below for all of the parking ramp addresses. University Ave is the closest ramp to McNamara.
University Ave. Parking Ramp
1926 SE 17th Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Oak Street Parking Ramp
401 SE Oak St
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Washington Ave Parking Ramp
501 Washington Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Yotam Drechsler CEO, Brain Q
BrainQs technology uses a combination of artificial intelligence and medical equipment, and is designed for patients who have suffered strokes, spinal cord injuries or head injuries. The goal of the treatment is to enable the patients to regain independent motor control. Using equipment that responds to patients electronic brain signals, BrainQ employs machine learning to create a personalized rehabilitation plan.
Uzma Samadani, MD, PhD, Oculogica, is a neurosurgeon and the Rockswold Kaplan Endowed Chair for Traumatic Brain Injury in the Department of Neurosurgery at HCMC. She is an internationally recognized neurosurgeon, having been principal investigator on studies related to brain injury and hemorrhage. Dr. Samadani has patented several inventions, winning the NYU Venture Technology Competition Grand Prize, Innovate HealthTech NYC Prize and speaking at TedMed. Samadani’s clinical work focuses on cranial neurosurgery and her research is dedicated to the diagnosis, classification and treatment of traumatic brain injury. Samadani conducts her research in hopes of changing the way brain injuries are diagnosed and defined. She is currently researching: Cerebral Atrophy, Anticoagulants and the Risk for Chronic Subdural Hematoma Treatment of Traumatic Brain Injury Development of a Multi-Modality Classification Scheme for Traumatic Brain Injury. Agenda
5:30-6 Networking and Food
6-6:05 Introduction of speakers and event
6:05-6:20 Brain Q Presentation and Demo via Webcam
6:25-6:50Dr. Samadani, Oculogica, Neuroscience Researcher at U
6:55-7:10 Discussion 7:10-7:30 Networking, Wrap Up
Pizza and refreshments will be served!