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Networking Opportunities Identified in The Introducer Edition on Health Tech

In Health Tech, Networking Opps, News by Mary Kurek

Welcome to what The Introducer does best – facilitate connection.  For those who have been reading The Introducer for a while, you know that about a week after the edition goes live, we post the networking connections we see between those featured in the current edition (and we include some from previous editions where there’s a fit).  So, for The …

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Caribbean Health Research To Serve a UNSDG

In Features12, Health Tech, News by Mary Kurek

 IMPLEMENTING A CARIBBEAN HEALTH RESEARCH INFORMATICS NETWORK By Gene D. Morse, PharmD, FCCP, BCPS Small island nations in the Caribbean face diverse health challenges. To address these challenges, health systems in the region need to be strengthened, especially in the area of surveillance and monitoring of health outcomes. This step is also a critical input for countries to be able …

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The Effect of 5G Technology on the Healthcare Industry

In Features12, Health Tech, News by Mary Kurek

By Evan Kirstel and Irma Rastegayeva of eViRaHealth.com (Originally posted on Linkedin March 2, 2018) Minutes upon Evan’s return from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (#MWC18), we wanted to share our excitement about the exploding #mobile ecosystem, #5G technology, and how it will continue to enable #innovation in #healthcare. See a brief highlight video here: http://bit.ly/KirstelTalks5G Has your healthcare experience …

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Dr. David Armstrong – Health Tech Hero For Diabetics

In Features12, Health Tech, News by Mary Kurek

David G. Armstrong, DPM, MD, PhD Professor of Surgery and Director, Southwestern Academic Limb Salvage Alliance (SALSA), Keck School of Medicine of University of Southern California (USC) You are about to meet an extraordinary expert on Diabetes and a master of technology aimed at helping diabetics to save limbs. Dr. Armstrong is Professor of Surgery at the University of Southern California. He …

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Cris De Luca on The Value of Health Tech

In Health Tech, Stakeholders, Stakeholders Health Tech 12 by Mary Kurek

Stakeholder Series:  The Value of Health Tech – Q & A With… Cris De Luca, Global Director, Digital Innovation, Johnson & Johnson Innovation Cris De Luca was named a 40 under 40 Healthcare Innovator by the Boston Business Journal and Medtech Boston.  He is a seasoned entrepreneur/intrapreneur who is driven to improve human health through technology and innovation.  Cris is currently the Global Director of Digital …

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Game Changer Jonathan Sudharta (Health Tech)

In Game Changers, Game Changers Health Tech 12, Health Tech, News by Mary Kurek

Jonathan Sudharta, CEO and Co-Founder, Halodoc, Greater Jakarta Area Why This Focus of Impact: Jonathan Sudharta on Health Teach starts here:  Jonathan is the CEO and Co-Founder of Halodoc, Indonesia’s First Online healthcare platform. Halodoc aims to simplify access to healthcare; from telemedicine via video call, through medicine delivery for under 60 minutes and home services for laboratory check. Halodoc …

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Jacques Kpodonu on The Value of Health Tech

In Health Tech, Stakeholders, Stakeholders Health Tech 12 by Mary Kurek

Stakeholder Series:  The Value of Health Tech – Q & A With… Jacques Kpodonu, Faculty, Harvard Medical School and Cardiac Surgeon, Beth Israel Deaconess Med Center, US Jacques Kpodonu shares his viewpoints on the value of health tech. Jacques’ focus is on healthcare innovation, cardiac surgery, capacity building, and health systems innovation.  You’ll find more of Jacques’ interests and accomplishments …

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Yan Chow on The Value of Health Tech

In Health Tech, Stakeholders, Stakeholders Health Tech 12 by Mary Kurek

Stakeholder Series:  The Value of Health Tech Yan Chow, Medical Director, Digital Medicine, Translational Medicine, Amgen, US Yan Chow is a healthcare technology leader who we’ve asked to share his viewpoints on telehealth, innovations, data, and pharma.  Currently, Yan’s expertise is being utilized at Amgen, the world’s largest independent biotechnology firm, with 20,000 employees, revenues of $23B, and a focus …

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One To Watch: Tim Fitzpatrick (Health Tech)

In Game Changers, Game Changers Health Tech 12, Health Tech, News by Mary Kurek

Tim Fitzpatrick Co-Founder and CEO, IKONA Health, US Why This Focus of Impact: Tim Fitzpatrick is definitely “one to watch” in health tech over the next year.  Tim co-founded IKONA Health because of his experiences as a VA patient while serving in the US Navy. After eighteen months filled with several back surgeries and hundreds of painful wound care treatments, …