Health Tech Forum
PurposeThe Health Tech Forum is an active, thriving epicenter for professionals interested in the development, distribution and utilization of advanced technologies to improve human health and the management thereof. It includes medical and monitoring devices, biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, health IT systems and all related software – remote or otherwise. The Health Tech Forum will bring the medical and technology communities together to discuss the issues, explore the applications, and drive new solutions that answer the challenges in the exciting field of health technology.
Mission StatementThe Heath Tech Forum brings together passionate professionals in all stages of health technology development, commercialization and use in North Texas, encouraging networking, development, knowledge creation, funding, partnership, growth and promotion of such technologies.
Those who benefit the most from the Health Tech Forum include entrepreneurs, students, companies and funding sources that are actively engaged in the development, commercialization or use of health related products or services. Disciplines include but are not limited to scientists, medical professionals, engineering, software development, manufacturing, quality and assurance, regulatory, training and education, intellectual property, sales and marketing, human resources/recruiting, finance, and general management, as well as angel, venture capital and private equity funding sources.
Stay tuned for upcoming events!
"Using sensors for digital patient engagement"- Featuring, Maria Schneider, CEO and co-founder, Dynofit Inc.
"Medical device development success through lean program management"- Featuring, Dave Felio, President/CEO, The Realtime Group
"Keep flossing: Root causes, good hygiene and cyber insecurity in healthcare"- Featuring, Todd Kelly, Lead Health Technology Attorney, Jones Day, William Long, Vice President of IS Systems and CISO, Children's Medical Center, Jeff Shaffer, Director, PwC Advisory (and former Director of the US Secret Service Forensics Lab in Dallas), and Randy Armstrong, CTO, Velentium
"The Bleeding Edge of Health Technology: Hot Trends & Cool Devices"- Featuring, Marc Gelinas, MHA, CPHIMS, FACHE, CMPE Healthcare Practice Area Lead, Slalom Consulting
click here to view Marc's presentation.
"Lessons learned in resolving FDA warning letters"- Featuring, Mark Neal, Vice President, Global Quality Control and Assurance, St. Jude Medical, Dallas Fort Worth
click here to view Mark's presentation.