Call for Submissions: Pri-Med Innovators in Healthcare Challenge Launches Today

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The Innovators in Healthcare Challenge, sponsored by Pri-Med, has launched today on Medstro, the Social Network for Physicians.

Win Five Years Free Admission to Pri-Med East

This challenge is an open call to all practicing clinicians, residents, and medical students to tell us how you or a colleague are innovating to improve patient care. Five finalists will be selected by a panel of judges and recognized in front of 4,000 of your colleagues at Pri-Med East Annual Conference, September 17–20, 2015 in Boston, MA. Finalists will also be highlighted in the Celebration in Innovations Lounge in the Exhibit Hall and will receive 5 years of free registration for Pri-Med East to help celebrate the 25th anniversary in 2020.

Do you have an idea to improve patient care in the Primary Care setting? Submit your idea today!

James Ryan

    Jim Ryan has spent the past 20 years building global markets for US-based telecommunications and enterprise technology companies. Mr. Ryan exited five startups (2 IPOs, 2 acquisitions, 1 Chapter 11) and now uses his expertise as one of the three founding partners of Farpoint Ventures helping startups from the US quickly build global sales channels and bring in revenues from overseas markets. Mr. Ryan has closed over $1B in export business for startups.Mr. Ryan holds a Bachelor's degree from Harvard University and a Master's degree from Osaka University. He is a native speaker of Japanese, and is conversational in Mandarin Chinese and French.In between meetings, he has climbed Mt. Rainier three times, finished the Boston Marathon and Cape Cod Marathon, climbed Mt. Washington in all four seasons and hiked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon 10 times. He holds a Private Pilot license and enjoys flying his Cessna 172 around New England and beyond.

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