June’s Quarterly Event!

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Are you an entrepreneur in the health tech industry? Are you looking for new opportunities to network and learn about the latest innovations in the field? Then join us at Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center for our next Health Tech Idaho quarterly event!

At our Health Tech Idaho quarterly event, we are excited to have leaders from within local healthcare join us for a panel to provide forecasts on innovation. We are bringing together leaders from Saint Alphonsus, St. Luke’s, West Valley, Valley Family Healthcare, and Empyrean Clinic! This is the first time all of these leaders have come together, and we are excited that they’ll be speaking to our community! Our panelists will share their insights and expertise on the current state of the healthcare environment and where they see it heading in the future. During the panel, the leaders will share areas they believe are ripe for disruption. These may include areas where there are inefficiencies, high costs, or unmet patient needs. By targeting these areas for disruption, entrepreneurs can develop innovative solutions that improve the healthcare system and deliver better outcomes for patients.

HTI innovators from Effectiv will also share their solutions to improve medication adherence. This is a great opportunity to learn about new developments in the industry and connect with like-minded individuals.

Come for lunch and networking with entrepreneurs, investors, and partners in the valley. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from leaders in the healthcare industry in the valley! Get your questions ready for the Q&A and join us at our Health Tech Idaho quarterly event!

Details:

  • When: June 28, 2024 – 12:30-2:00pm
  • Where: Saint Alphonsus Regional Medical Center, 1055 N. Curtis Rd., Boise, ID 83706
  • Cost: Free – Please RSVP
  • Sponsoring: Saint Alphonsus

Have any questions? Contact us at events@healthtechidaho.com. We hope to see you there!

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