Announcing the Digital Health Panel for RESI San Francisco 2019

15 Nov

By Karen Deyo, Investor Research Analyst, LSN

The Digital Health sector has been rapidly expanding, with applications ranging from consumer-facing technologies to physician tools for care coordination to AI-based diagnostics platforms. The nature of this sector, with the much shorter time-to-commercialization as well as the ease in entering the market has led to a great deal of investment in this space. However, this leads to some big differences in the strategies employed by investors, as well as unique challenges faced by fundraising CEOs in this space. In addition, companies and investors alike must take into account the shifting regulatory environment as the FDA grapples with a strategy to evaluate Digital Health technologies, either as standalone products or as part of combination devices.

At our upcoming RESI conference in San Francisco on January 8th, we have five investors who focus on Digital Health who are willing to share their expertise about what’s hot, what not to do and how to face the challenges and avoid the pitfalls that are common in this sector. Make sure to make your way to the panel, taking place from 10:00-10:50 am!

The panelists speaking on the Digital Health panel are:

  • Dennis Depenbusch, Director, New Ventures Initiative, BCBSKS New Ventures Initiative
  • Brenda Irwin, Managing Partner & Co-Founder, Relentless Pursuit Partners
  • Dominik Mayer, Principal, AO Invest
  • Skip Fleshman, Partner, Asset Management Ventures
  • Debbie Lin, Executive Director – Digital Health, Boehringer Ingelheim Venture Fund

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