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Is AI Key to Staying Relevant in the Medical Device Ecosystem?
July 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDTFree
How do you disrupt your own business before others do? AI is grabbing headlines across industries from education to medical diagnostics and expert assistants to research.
As business leaders, we are the gatekeepers who must decide how to leverage this technology in medical product design to improve patient outcomes and to improve the quality of life.
Our panelists will explore a range of topics including:
- How AI enabled medical devices will help shape the future of healthcare.
- How to navigate the opportunities and dangers; including five categories that represent resistance to change.
- What are some ways for companies to leverage AI to stay competitive in the development of medical products?
Agenda and Date
July 20, 12 – 1pm (EDT)
Director & Technical PM, Sunrise Labs Southern New England Office
Mr. Bouthillier has more than 30 years’ experience as an Electronic Engineer and Executive. He founded Design Net Technical Products in 1995 where he has developed technology-oriented products that include medical instruments, surgical vision systems, surgical lasers, patient monitoring systems, and wireless wearable medical and consumer products.
Global Transformation & Change Expert, International Keynote Speaker & Bestselling Author
Mr. Satell is Co-Founder of ChangeOS, a transformation & change advisory, an international keynote speaker, and bestselling author of Cascades: How to Create a Movement that Drives Transformational Change. His previous effort, Mapping Innovation, was selected as one of the best business books of 2017.
Steven LeBoeuf, PhD
President & Co-Founder, Valencell, Inc.
Dr. LeBoeuf, with more than 100 granted patents in the field of wearable biomedical sensing, is one of the foundational innovators in wearable PPG sensors that are now embedded in millions of wearables on the market today.
VP, Marketing, Valencell, Inc.
Ms. Cook has 25+ years of experience in sales and marketing. She has worked with innovative health and wellness start-ups, fast growth and Fortune 500 companies who are disrupting their markets with consumer-packaged goods and medical device solutions that flip the script.