Building a connected care system is a challenging task due to the broad range of disciplines involved and the stringent requirements and regulations that go hand in hand with digital health. To implement a system that prioritizes connectivity and personalized engagement tools for providers and manufacturers, and to achieve the clear value add of improving patient loyalty and clinical outcomes, you must navigate the fragmented healthcare software ecosystem, the patchwork of device adherence, and health information regulations.
No need to be overwhelmed 😉
In this F2F meetup we will discuss:
Date: October 20, 2021
Time: 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM EST
Venue: BOS17 - Amazon, Fl. 1
Address: 27 Melcher St, Boston, MA 02210, United States
9:00 AM - 9:30 AM: Breakfast, Gathering, and opening
9: 30 AM - 10: 15 AM: Medical device and cloud solution architecture, Guy Vinograd , CTO & Co-Founder, BioT
10:15 AM - 10:25 AM: Q&A
10:25 AM - 11:10 AM: Healthcare Data Analytics on AWS, Guy Spigelman, EMEA Lead, Healthcare and Life Sciences Startups, AWS
11:10 AM - 11:30 AM: Q&A and closing remarks
*As far as COVID-19 requirements in the buildings, guests will need to show their ID and proof of vaccination to reception.
Guy Vinograd, CTO & Co-Founder, BioT
Guy Vinograd, CTO of BioT, is a researcher of medical device cloudification, connected care, and clinical follow-up through IoMT Digital Health Applications. Guy draws on his expertise as a pioneer in architecting scalable SaaS platforms for connected devices for over 20 years.
Guy has co-founded BioT a cloud SaaS for cloudifying regulated medical devices quickly and securely. As an Internet of Medical Things (IOMT) Key Opinion Leader he is a popular speaker and the organizer of the meetup group Smart IoMT Product Experts of Israel.
Prior to that, Guy co-founded Softimize, the first cloud SaaS consulting company in Israel. Prior to that Guy co-founded the Israeli R&D center of DVTel (now FLIR).
Guy Spigelman, EMEA Lead, Healthcare, and Life Sciences Startups, AWS
Guy Spigelman is the EMEA lead for Healthcare and Life Sciences Startups at Amazon Web Services (AWS). In this role Guy harnesses the technology and people at Amazon to work alongside the investors and founders of startups to accelerate their scientific, engineering and commercial development. Prior to AWS, Guy was VP Portfolio Success at aMoon, Israel's largest health-technology VC and before that, he led a network of accelerators supporting over 100 startups per year. Guy has been part of the leadership team of several early-stage startups, including XMPie sold to Xerox and AposTherapy where Guy launched global operations in EMEA and APAC.