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Complimentary Webinar

December 15, 2021 | 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET

Connectivity and Beyond -

Transforming Medical Devices into Personalized Connected Care Solutions

BioT Medical & Orthogonal partner to provide expert opinion and discuss the new frontiers of medical device connectivity in an exclusive webinar powered by MedTech Intelligence.

Connectivity of medical devices to the cloud is becoming a reality and poses many challenges for device manufacturers. In this webinar we shall discuss how device manufacturers can address the connectivity challenge and turn it into an opportunity by going beyond connectivity to create direct-to-consumer personalized connected care solutions that directly impact the perceived reported outcome of the treatmentWe shall address considerations around building such a connected care solution and how to achieve it in a short timeframe.

This webinar will highlight:

  • Key elements of a connected care system
  • Considerations around building a connected care solution
  • Reducing costs and time to build using a no-code approach
  • Creating personalized patient experiences using out-of-the-box tools

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

  • Medical Device Manufacturers
    • Business Owners - Product Managers, CMO, CTO, etc.
    • Technical Owners - R&D, Engineers, etc.
  • System Integrators for the medical space
  • OEM vendors for medical appliances

SPEAKER

Itai Weissman

Itai Weissman
Vice-President, Product
BioT

Itai Weissman is VP product in BioT. BioT has been connecting medical devices to the cloud and transforming medical device manufacturers to connected care providers for the last 4 years. BioT specializes in providing a medical grade, no-code, fully regulated and fully secured cloud based, connected care platform that allows device manufacturer's to shorten the time to build a fully compliant and cyber secured connected care solution from years to one week.

Bernhard Kappe

Bernhard Kappe
Founder & President
Orthogonal

As founder and president of Orthogonal, Bernhard applies lean startup principles, design thinking and Agile development to launch successful products for healthcare. As a product of the Chicago-tech industry, he has a passion for launching successful software that makes a difference in the world and helping companies deliver more from their innovation pipelines. He leads the Chicago Lean Startup Circle, the Chicago Product Management Association (ChiPMA), and the Chicago Lean Startup Challenge, the top startup competition based on lean startup principles.

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