In February, we had also discovered how healthcare start-ups could get ready to catch this exciting wave in 2015! Now it’s time to witness how these great ideas are put into action! From many candidates, four start-ups have been selected to share their great ideas/products and how they are going to execute them. Are you anxious to be a part of the game? Are you ready to experience first-class entrepreneurship? Are you looking for an investment project? This is your opportunity!!!
Come and join us! You will have a great time!
Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine and Medical Director of the Consultative Medicine Clinic, Stanford University
"Medical Technology: A Doctor's view of the Past, Present and Future"
Clinician, researcher, inventor and entrepreneur, Bryant Lin, MD, MEng lives at the intersection of medicine, engineering and business. He is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at Stanford University where he has a busy medical practice and researches novel health technologies. His clinical practice focuses on primary care and diagnostic medicine as the founding Medical Director of the Consultative Medicine Clinic where he sees patients with previously undiagnosed symptoms. He has advised and co-founded several digital health and medical device startups and has several patents issued and pending. Dr. Lin completed Fellowships at Stanford in Biodesign and Cardiovascular Research and his Internal Medicine Residency and MD degrees at Tufts University. Prior to his career in medicine, he worked as a management consultant and received his undergraduate and masters degrees from MIT in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
CEO of AkibaH Health Corp.
Based in the heart of Silicon Valley, AkibaH is an mHealth company and Techstars alumnus disrupting diabetes management. The company has developed the world’s first all-in-one smartphone case glucose meter. This patent pending product empowers people with diabetes to live their lives untethered from bulky meters, cables, connectors, testing supplies and logbooks. It uses a Blue-tooth linked app and cloud-based analytics to present glucose levels in the context of other actionable information such as activity, diet, and more. The company’s recurring revenue-based initial market is estimated to be more than $23B a year in the US alone (ADA & Pew Research, 2013/2014).
CEO of Pelesend
Founder & CEO, 20+ years of Healthcare industry experience; Other startups include Healtheon/WebMD and led CurbsideMD & Crossapps
PAAS platform for rapid application development and delivery for healthcare and life sciences
Remote and home monitoring applications (Nable)
applications for diabetes, CHF, hypertension and sleep apnea
Applications leveraging IOT, sensors and wearables
Consumer centered applications for immunizations, patient check, assessments and collections
Enabling secure provider and patient comm centered around the above
Co-Founder & CEO of Ayda
Women in developed countries all over the world are choosing to have children later in life. And with an increase in age, comes a drop in fertility. A woman at the age of 35 has half the chance of conceving than she did at 25. Millions of women have difficulty getting pregnant every year in the US alone. Ayda's team of biomedical engineers, business people and designers care passionately about solving this problem.
Ayda is a wearable fertility tracker. Worn only during sleep, Ayda enables women to identify when they are most fertile so they can maximize their chances of conceiving naturally.
CEO of Vivid Vision
Vivid Vision is Build cutting edge vision care products. They start with lazy eyes for their treatments and make tests and diagnostics for acuity, stereoacuity, vergence and accommodation, and fusion.