Health 2.0

FDA, VCs, Big Ideas, and more at WinterTech

WinterTech is almost one month away, and we’re extremely excited about the final agenda. The 2018 edition of WinterTech will be not only be focusing on the new investment treads in digital health, but will take a in-depth look into the revolution in choice within the consumer landscape and the rapid development of digital therapeutics.

Our jam-packed 1-day conference includes: 
  • Keynote presentation on how to create seamless health care experiences to meet the needs of consumers by Mark Ganz, CEO of Cambia Health.
  • Panel discussion on the opportunities, roadblocks, and regulations within the field of digital therapeutics by Bakul Patel, Associate Director for Digital Health at the FDA.
  • Investment Strategies Past and Present: a look into 2017 trends, surprises, and flops. plus predictions for 2018 by VC firms GE VenturesCanaanFifty YearsNEA, and B Capital Group.
  • Fireside chat between 4 VCs and their CEOs on their relationship and investment models
  • Access to the Investor Breakfast where start-ups and investors discuss business models and explore portfolios. Start-ups apply here.
  • Live demos from some of the most innovative companies in the digital healthcare space.
Don’t miss out the hottest digital healthcare event focusing on investment in the space. Register today to take advantage of the early bird rate before prices increase after Friday, December 22nd.

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Seems the agenda is susceptible to a continued preoccupation with an assumption that the current evolution of the business model for digital health science will be manageable beyond 2-3 years. It is likely that the national funding for EHR related investments or research could be sharply reduced, since essentially none of this funding has shown a substantial improvement in our nation’s cost and quality of HEALTHcare. . Since our nation’s level of ^ health spending ^ is unsustainable, I would advise everyone to be forewarned that medical education funding could be tied to a medical school, Congressional mandate to gradually… Read more »