Hospitals are hotbeds for innovative, value-based clinical medtech solutions. Identifying unmet clinical needs in hospital settings, identifying the guidance and resources needed to vet them and foster proper development is a significant, though not insurmountable, challenge.
Join four industry leaders in an information packed 30-minute discussion on what it takes to pull new medtech ideas out of the clinical mind space and into development and ultimately commercialization.
May 3, 2017 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. EST
Tiffany Wilson, CEO, Global Center for Medical Innovation (GCMI) & T3 Labs
Sherry Farrugia, Director, Pediatric Technology Center, a collaboration between Georgia Tech and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta
Dr. John W. Henson, MD, Chief of Oncology Services, Piedmont Healthcare
Lisa Piercey, MD, Executive Vice President, West Tennessee Healthcare
With decades of first-hand experience they will explore:
1. If a clinician or healthcare professional has an idea for a new or improved medical technology, how to help it become a real, useful tool in clinical use.
2. The biggest landmines that will kill what should be a successful innovation.
3. The advantages of developing an idea in a healthcare innovation program.