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Place: Microsoft Center
Networking – 6:00 pm to 6:40 pm
Program: 6:40 pm to 8:00 pm
Networking: 8:00 pm to 8:45 pm
The focus on value-driven healthcare has doctors, nurses, and caregivers looking for information outside the walls of a hospital or clinic. Unfortunately, the wearables, smart home and health device markets are still in their infancy and face numerous protocol, security, analytical and validation hurdles. In this panel discussion we will discuss the revolutionary impact the Internet of Things (IoT) will have on the healthcare industry today and into the future.
Sean Lorenz (moderator)
Sean Lorenz is Founder & CEO of Senter, a startup creating an IoT cognitive assistant for longer and healthier aging in place. Dr. Lorenz was recently the Director of IoT Market Strategy for LogMeIn’s IoT platform as well as cofounder of the TechStars robotics startup Neurala. He has shaped business models and product strategies in several emerging markets including IoT, robotics, artificial intelligence and healthcare. He holds a PhD in Cognitive & Neural Systems from Boston University and has extensive knowledge in digital health, natural language processing, brain-computer interfaces, adaptive systems, neuroscience-based computational algorithms, and context-aware computing.
Shahid Azim (panelist)
Shahid Azim is a serial entrepreneur having started multiple venture backed companies in health care and technology services . His most recent company Quanttus is based on technology developed at MIT and focused on building clinically relevant wearable technology combined with a preventive care services platform. To date the company has raised over $30M from silicon valleys top investors. Prior to this in 2009 he co-founded a company Lantos Technologies with Prof. Doug Hart at MIT to build the world’s first 3D digital direct scanning of human ear canals to revolutionize the way people experience hearing aids and earphones. Built Lantos from an idea to an FDA cleared medical device that stands to impact over 9 million lives a year. Shahid holds Bachelors in Finance from SU, post graduate in management from Harvard University and an MBA from Sloan School of Management at MIT. He is deeply passionate about technology driven impact for healthcare and believes that we will all look back in a few years to be amazed at how little we really knew about our bodies in real time and the impact of our lifestyle choices on our ability to live long healthy lives.
Yogendra Jain (panelist)
Yogendra Jain is a serial entrepreneur with over 25 years of technical and management experience. He has done pioneering work in IoT in telehealth, medical electronics, telecommunications, and IA (Intelligent Assistant) with a multitude of technologies including hardware, firmware, manufacturing, software, applications, machine-machine, and user experience design. He was an EVP of telehealth and innovation at RxAdvance, a PBM (Pharmacy Benefit Management) company which acquired SentiCare, a company he founded. He developed the PillStation, a healthcare gateway (IoT), and disruptive telehealth services to improve adherence and member health leading to significant cost savings to healthcare organizations. Previously he was co-founder of Covectra, which offers medication ePedigree, serialization, and track-and-trace. Jain was founder and chief technology officer of ThinkEngine Networks, developing high density media gateways for internet voice navigation, a Siri and Echo like products. Prior to that, he was VP/GM of RadiSys Corporation, a public company, which acquired his first startup Sonitech, specializing in high speed computing in medical imaging and signal processing applications. Jain also holds two patents.
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