HEALTH 2.0 12TH ANNUAL FALL CONFERENCE | SANTA CLARA, CA | SEPT. 16-18, 2018
How to Increase Productivity and ROI through Coaching and Mentoring | Sunday, September 16 | 12:30 - 1:30 PM
Eric Schmidt, Bill Gates has one, Dr. Atul Gawande and Dr. Noseworthy (President and CEO of Mayo Clinic) each have a coach. According to Fortune magazine, managers ascribe an average return of more than six times the cost of coaching. The top areas that CEOs use coaching to improve are sharing leadership/delegation, conflict management, team building, and mentoring. This discussion will focus on the competitive edge for those who engage coaches and mentors, as well as what to ask when you’re coach-shopping.
Health 2.0 VentureConnect | Sunday, September 16 | 2:00 - 3:30 PM
Six “Series A ready” health tech companies compete to be recognized as the most fundable startup. VC judges choose winners in consumer and professional-facing tracks.
Health 2.0's VentureConnect is a chance for digital health companies seeking Series A funding to pitch in front of a room of venture capitalists, government officials, and angel investors. Finalists will go on to work with expert mentors and develop their pitches, which they will present to a panel of industry leaders live on Sunday, September 16th. We're starting the judging end of this week, where our panel of virtual judges will select the finalists pitching at the fall conference. We're hoping to have the finalists by mid-August. The finalists will be competing in either the consumer-facing tack or the professional-facing track. In the end, we'll have two winners from each of the track.
For the past few years VentureConnect, previously Traction, has been a successful part of the Health 2.0 conference in showcasing the most innovative health tech startup pitches and connecting them to venture capitalists and corporate investors. Six finalists will have access to professional mentorship on their pitches, and will present at Health 2.0’s Fall Conference. Learn more here.
The Health 2.0 and Healthbox Investor Breakfast | Monday, September 17 | 7:30 - 9:00 AM
The Investor Breakfast is designed to be an intimate gathering between investors and hand-selected startups for an informal conversation over breakfast. Startups apply to attend and Health 2.0 matches 2-3 startups with each investor based on your stated interests. Ahead of the breakfast, Health 2.0 will provide participating investors with brief dossiers on each of the startups they are paired to meet. Plus, as an investor you'll receive a special investor-only discounted rate into the main conference.
Startups can submit applications for the Investor Breakfast here.
To join the Investor Breakfast as an investor, please apply to do so here.
Investor Workshop | Monday, September 17 | 12:40 - 2:40 PM
Sanofi has embraced the “test fast, fail fast, adjust fast” model in clinical science operations all in an effort to bring new drugs to patients faster than the industry average. This session will foster a discussion around Sanofi and other’s efforts in piloting digital programs in distributed and virtual clinical trials, recruitment, and study start up executed with a mix of partners. This session will also focus on unmet needs and pain points of biopharma companies in this space, as well as key factors that contribute to successful rollouts and partnerships in the clinical trial space.
This session is invite only. If you are interested in attending please complete the following application.
Show Me The Money: VC’s Talk Health Care Investment | Tuesday, September 17 | 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Q1 of 2018 brought in a record $1.62B to the health tech space and it’s not slowing down anytime soon. It’s exciting, has start-ups scrambling for a piece of the pie, and VCs making more concerted evaluations. Our panel of experts will discuss the highs and lows and answer the big questions: “is it sustainable? Will the Unicorns survive? Is there a bubble in our future? Where do we go from here?”