Health Leaders Forum kicks off March 22 with Medical Alley Association

Feb 26, 2016 · 2 min read

We’re excited to announce “The Health Leaders Forum,” a series of four co-hosted events with Medical Alley Association beginning this March.

The Medical Alley Association (formerly Life Science Alley) works with member organizations across the state to serve the health technology community through advocacy, outreach and events designed to raise awareness and deliver actionable insight to help inform decision-making for companies in the sector.

Similarly, MobCon Digital Health (founded by MentorMate) strives to create a dialogue focused on showcasing and harnessing the power of emerging models, innovations, best practices and strategies with proven results serving patients and practitioners more effectively.

State of the digital health industry

On March 22, conversation will center around challenges and opportunities unique to the Minnesota healthcare sector. How active is the Minnesota health IT startup economy? What does the investment potential look like in this region? Where should established enterprise focus activity? Panelists will explore whether Minnesota has emerged as a digital health leader and the steps that must be taken to continue the momentum. Presenters include:

  • Shaye Mandle, President & CEO of the Medical Alley Association (moderating)
  • Björn Stansvik, Founder of MentorMate
  • Glafira Marcon, GIS Healthcare Consultant and Product Developer for Optum
  • Fourth panelist — To be announced

The panel will be followed by an attendee Q&A session with networking and refreshments before and after.

Event details

March 22, 4:30 PM — 6:00 PM

MentorMate, 3036 Hennepin Ave. S

Panel discussion on startup formation, company growth, challenges and opportunities unique to the Minnesota healthcare sector

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