Nov 8: Hospitals & Digital Transformation- Rhoen Klinikum(Germany) + NYU Langone

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PwC Israel, Trade Tower

25 Hamered Street · Tel Aviv

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PwC Israel, 17th Floor, 25 Hamered Street, Tel Aviv

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Hospitals are crucial players in the digital transformation of healthcare. On November 8th, meet senior innovation and investment executives from Rhoen Klinikum (#3 hospital system in Germany) and NYU Langone.

Time / Venue: Nov 8, 4:30-6pm, PwC Israel, 25 HaMered Street, Tel Aviv, 17th Floor

Nils Bottler (, SVP, Rhoen Innovations, Rhoen Klinikum AG

Nils Bottler ( grew up in Germany and Canada. After graduating from high school he went on to study at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada and the University of St. Gallen in Saint Gallen, Switzerland. He Graduated with Bachelor of Commerce, majoring in finance and international business. After a number of internships in management consulting, asset management and equity research he started a trainee program in investment banking at the boutique private bank M.M.Warburg in Hamburg, Germany. Throughout this time he focused on M&A, working as a junior associate on a number of transactions. After two years in investment banking, Nils completed an MBA at the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, UK. From there he moved to Axel Springer, Germany's largest media conglomerate, to help set up Axel Springer ideAS, a corporate start-up incubator. Nils worked for ideAS for three years as business development manager and commercial project manager, overseeing the founding of more than 10 start-ups and working closely with portfolio companies. Since the beginning of the year he has been with RHOEN-KLINIKUM AG as SVP for RHOEN-Innovations, where he is connecting start-ups to expert physicians and capital. Rhoen Ventures recently invested in Israeli startup, Inovytec and is actively seeking additional medtech investments.

Companies wishing to pitch Rhoen Innovations should contact their Israel-based partner, Aviad Kamara ( [masked]

Jim LeBret (, Fellow, Institute for Innovations in Medical Education, NYU Langone

Jim LeBret ( is an academic physician, consultant and advisor in digital health. Within the NYU School of Medicine, he is Assistant Professor of Medicine and Clinical Innovation, Director of Code Team Leaders at Bellevue Hospital, Fellow in the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education (IIME) and Director for Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (TIE @NYUMC).

As an innovation consultant, he helps top companies gain clinical insight into what works in front line healthcare. Current or former relationships include Apple, Cornell Tech, Google, Mount Sinai, Columbia, Northwell, Pfizer, DOH, HHS, Accenture, Sharecare, the New York Times, CityMD, Blueprint Health, IBM-Watson, Oscar, Cloud Medx, HITLAB, UCSF, Stanford, MedicineX, Health 2.0, Medstartr, Kaiser Permanente.

Jim sits on advisory boards at two startups (Cohere Health, LifeTrend), NYU-X and the NYCEDC's Digital Health Breakthrough Network (matching early stage startups to health facilities in order to find product-market fit).

After graduating from Cornell University with a degree in Neurobiology and Behavior in 2000, Jim became a Fulbright Scholar to Denmark, attended medical school in Minnesota, then spent over a year treating underserved patients in Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, India and Nepal before completing residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital and Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

He continues to see patients and was inducted into the Gold Humanism Honor Society.

Thank you to our annual sponsors, and generous hosts, PwC Israel, for hosting this event. Companies interested in a free consultation, should contact Claudio Yarza (, Partner & Life Sciences Leader, PwC Israel