In the midst of the constantly shifting landscape of healthcare, there is a strong and central focus on the quality of care delivered to patients. For physicians, this focus is paramount to the work they do. Patient engagement, hospital structure, electronic medical records all become tools to best implement the highest standard of care. This panel allowed for a lively conversation between the technology innovators on the front lines, the physicians and the thought leaders in quality improvement.
A partnership between Health 2.0 & Moregenthaler Ventures, DC to VC is the culmination of a nationwide contest to find the best venture-backable startup ideas in health IT. Finalists presented their startup ideas on stage to a packed room of health IT professionals, government officials, Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors in a format modeled after the TV show, The Voice.
A group of panelists gathered to discuss the new policies we are facing as the health care reform is established. Panelists include Healthcare Economist and Author, J.D. Kleinke, Sol Ross from the HHS, Rob Cronin of WCG, and Marcia Hatch from Gunderson Dettmer. The panel was moderated by Nate Gross, Co-Founder at Doximity.
Nate Gross is a developer, designer who is both, medical director., and Co-Founder of physicians network Doximity as well as incubator Rock Health. At Health 2.0 Nate described his work at Doximity developing a HIPAA-Compliant physician network.