Bosch Conversations: Critical Factors for Connected Medical Devices of the Future, will feature a select group of healthcare executives and innovators who will gather to network and learn firsthand about critical factors needed to ensure success for connected medical devices of the future. This Bosch Conversations Event is brought to you by Bosch and HealthFactors, and co-sponsored by MASSMedic, Halloran Consulting Group, and Health Advances.
Date: Wednesday, March 6, 2019
Time: 5:30 – 9:00 p.m.
Place: Davio’s Northern Italian Steak House, Chestnut Hill, MA
To register, visit: http://bit.ly/2N4PllT
When completing your registration, enter the coupon code SPRING19 to attend the event for free as our special guest.
Julia Gaebler, Ph.D., Partner, Health Advances – Dr. Gaebler will discuss reimbursement challenges and solutions, which are essential for financial success and market penetration, for device companies.
Brian Scogland, Associate Principal Consultant, Halloran Consulting Group – Brian will present on the topic of regulatory impacts for connected medical devices and how to ensure a smooth transition from concept to commercialization for connected devices.
Vikrant Arora, Chief Information Security Officer, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, NY – Vikrant will address the challenges of cybersecurity for connected medical devices, from a hospital perspective. While cybersecurity has been identified as the biggest challenge for medical device companies, only 17% of device manufacturers say they are taking steps to proactively.
The panel of expert speakers represent different interests of stakeholders in healthcare. Bosch and HealthFactors will also illustrate their unique approach to connected programs and how it can positively impact outcomes for device manufacturers, payers, providers, and patients.
By attending this event, you will learn how connected devices can help life sciences companies:
Stay ahead of changing regulatory requirements
Ensure security of connected medical devices
Enter into value-based contracts
Compete in an outcomes-based healthcare model
Gain preferential market access for medical devices
More effectively engage patients, caregivers and healthcare providers to improve patient outcomes
Wed, Mar 6th 2019
Chestnut Hill, MA