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Discover the ways they are working together to bring forth new approaches to delivering care
At the first SplashX Invent Health Event Series, The Future of Clinics, top VCs and tech pioneers discussed how can our local clinics become hip to a newer generation.
In this panel, tech pioneers and healthcare incumbents share how they are re-shaping the clinical setting. Discover the ways they are working together to bring forth new approaches to delivering care. These agents of change will speak to present day challenges and offer best practices for successful innovation adoption.
Patrick Carroll (Chief Medical Officer Healthcare Clinics, Walgreens), Nikki Sims (Director, Sutter Health Walk-in Care), Nico Arcino (Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships, Kaiser Permanente), Munjal Shah (CEO & Co-founder, Health IQ), Sean Duffy (Co-Founder & CEO, Omada Health), Neil Parikh (Senior Medical Director of Care Delivery, Oscar Health) and Andy Kurtzig (CEO, JustAnswer) joined Archana Dubey (Global Medical Director, HP Health Centers, HP), Bambi Francisco Roizen (Founder and CEO, Vator) at this segment.
Thanks to Hewlett-Packard for co-hosting this event with us! As a large self-insured provider, you'll hear from them on how they manage their healthcare population - what's working and what's not. Thanks for Avison Young, Stratpoint and Scrubbed for their support!
See pictures from the event here.
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Joined Vator onSean Duffy is the co-founder and CEO of Omada Health, a digital behavioral medicine company dedicated to inspiring and empowering people everywhere to live free of chronic conditions like heart disease and type 2 diabetes.