The Secret to Building Better Healthcare Solutions

Philadelphia
Thu, Mar 11, 2021, 12:00 PM (EST)

Join our panelists who have worked for years caring for patients and family members as part of clinical care teams, and who have now transitioned to new roles as an entrepreneur, product manager, and clinical application analyst building products and services that touch the lives of thousands of patients every day.

Philadelphia

Join our panelists who have worked for years caring for patients and family members as part of clinical care teams, and who have now transitioned to new roles as an entrepreneur, product manager, and clinical application analyst building products and services that touch the lives of thousands of patients every day.

For any entrepreneur, designer, product leader, or other individual building healthcare products and services, hear how members of the wider care team can contribute valuable insight into your solutions and why you should hire them to help lead development at your organizations.

For any clinicians in the group, hear how these individuals moved from clinical care to tech and entrepreneurship roles, and interact with them during our Q+A period. 

Keynote Speakers

  • Tyiwanna Carter

    Tyiwanna Carter

    OrVaC

    Founder

    See Bio
  • Rhonda Manns

    Rhonda Manns

    Optum

    Product Owner

    See Bio
  • Marguerite Fontanez

    Marguerite Fontanez

    PennMedicine

    Clinical Application Analyst

    See Bio

Moderator

  • Robert Blatt

    Robert Blatt

    envoyatHome, Inc.

    CEO and co-founder

    See Bio

Host

  • Joshua Littlejohn

    Joshua Littlejohn

    envoyatHome, Inc.

    Head of Product

    See Bio

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