Portsmouth, NH (PRWEB) May 20, 2015
Today the hosts of Disruptivate! Healthcare 2015 released the full details of the speakers and panelists they enlisted for their event, scheduled to take place this Friday, May 22nd, at the Wentworth by the Sea Hotel in New Castle, NH. The list is impressive from top to bottom.
The highly anticipated event will be hosted by the New England Innovation Center (NEIC), eCoast, the Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce, and the NH High Tech Council.
Jeff Feingold, editor of New Hampshire Business Review, and Doug Banks, executive editor of Boston Business Journal, will each moderate two panel discussions at the conference this Friday. They will lend their keen business knowledge and extensive journalistic experience to lead panels of "disruptive innovators" in the healthcare sector.
A parade of impressive panelists follows. Nick Toumpas, Commissioner of the NH Department of Health and Human Services, will serve on a Feingold-moderated panel to discuss unique and innovative methods of healthcare delivery. He'll share the stage with Max Puyanic, co-founder and co-CEO of ConvenientMD, Dr. Teresa Leverett, founder of Freedom Family Practice and proponent of the direct primary care model, as well as Steven Normandin, experienced telemedicine guru and president of AMD Global Telemedicine.
The keynote presentation will be given by serial med-tech entrepreneur, Jeff Carlisle. Carlisle is the former VP of Everything for Dean Kamen at DEKA Research and Development, and he's the founder and CEO of a number of medical-related technology startups. He has made significant contributions to the technology of intravenous pumps, electrocardiography, and electronic medical records. Carlisle will also sit on a Doug Banks-led panel dedicated to the discussion of disruptive innovation in healthcare.
Alongside Carlisle on that panel will sit Dan Hogan, co-founder and CEO of Medalogix, who is flying up from Nashville, TN to participate in the conference. Hogan has been a featured speaker at TEDx Nashville, and is recognized as a thought leader in the healthcare tech space.
Marilinda Garcia, former eight-year NH state representative and 2014 U.S. Congress runner-up, will share some of her legislative experience on a panel dedicated to tackling the healthcare cost crisis. Jo Porter, Interim Director of the Institute for Health Policy and Practice at the University of New Hampshire and the co-chair of the national All-Payer Claims Database (APCD) Council, will share her 15+ years of experience in health data and healthcare improvement.
Other panelists include Dr. Moby Parsons, Dennis Donnermeyer, Garry Welch, Stephen Pollak, Mark Galvin, and Andy Quinn. All of them sport impressive résumés and promise valuable insights for the audience. The full list of panelists and their bios is posted on the D!H15 website at http://www.DisruptivateHealthcare.com.
Over 250 people are expected to attend, including entrepreneurs, inventors, engineers, medical professionals and managers, doctors and nurses, business owners and managers, human resource professionals, health insurance brokers and administrators, civic servants, private investors, angels, venture capitalists, tech junkies, journalists, and a great number of people and organizations simply interested in disruptive innovation in healthcare.
Tickets are $149 at the door, but they are currently available online at an early registration rate of $129. For special rates for students and legislators, request information at disruptivate(at)ne-ic(dot)com. Tickets include all summit events, including all panels, keynote, Disruptivator to Watch presentations, as well as Wentworth-catered breakfast and lunch buffets. To reserve tickets to this exciting event, interested parties should visit http://www.DisruptivateHealthcare.com.
For more information on Disruptivate! Healthcare 2015, please visit http://www.DisruptivateHealthcare.com, or contact Mark Galvin, who is the Managing Partner of the New England Innovation Center.