HealthTech Capital is a group of private investors dedicated to funding and mentoring new "HealthTech" start ups at the intersection of healthcare with the computer and mobility worlds. HealthTech Capital is creating a new ecosystem with leading edge clinical providers, venture firms and other industry players.
Anne has 25 years investing and mentoring experience with MedStars, and has been a pioneer entrepreneur and investor in the emerging HealthTech sector. Companies in which Anne has been involved have been market changers and have grown to $6 billion market cap. She has startup operating experience as CEO and VP as well as public and private board positions. Anne earned a Master in Business Engineering, Brussels and an MBA, Harvard.
Don was an early pioneer in bringing together technology and health. He has been an active Angel investor for more than a decade and serves on the boards of private companies and Sand Hill Angels. His investments include companies in mobile, tech, eHealth, diagnostics, and medical devices. A long-time entrepreneur, Don draws upon his operating experience to mentor new startup companies. He cofounded, built, and sold a life sciences publishing company and is co-author of two college-level nutrition textbooks. Don earned a BA, Architecture with honors, UC Berkeley.
The conference focused on opportunities to build new HealthTech companies that can:
This one-day conference featured the most innovative ideas from HealthTech entrepreneurs, VCs, providers and key industry players. We investigated ecosystem pain-points, provider needs, methods to empower patients and caregivers, and the impact of government reforms. A deep dive into the quickly changing healthcare landscape identified new healthcare strategies and emerging HealthTech businesses.
California Healthcare Foundation
Cambia Health Solutions
Claremont Creek Ventures
GE Healthymagination Fund
Health Evolution Partners
Hearst Health Venture Fund
HLM Venture Partners
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Life Science Angels
Merck global Health Innovations
New Enterprise Associates
Norwest Venture Partners
Qualcomm Life Fund
Split Rock Partners
Tech Coast Angels
Throughout the continuum of care, how can we improve workflow productivity tools to manage more patients with fewer resources?
Mobile technologies, social media, and cloud computing have remade our everyday world. What are the impacts in healthcare and opportunities for new HealthTech businesses?
Lessons learned from successful HealthTech companies. What works?
How do you cross the Funding Gap? What captures the interest of Investors/Acquirers? What are the trends in the funding landscape for HealthTech companies? This session also will include two minute presentations by Top 3 Companies from lunchtime Demos, investor feedback, and selection of Most Promising 2012 HealthTech Company
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