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eHealth business model clinic in Barcelona
10. April 2015
Get support for business model development from digital health experts
Business model clinic to boost your eHealth business
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Venue: Auditori AXA Convention Centre, Sala Uno
Date: Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Are you aiming to be among the top eHealth entrepreneurs and startups in Europe? The ‘Get on track’ business model clinic is targeted to ambitious eHealth entrepreneurs and early phase startups
who need a little help with an important question: how am I going to make money? Join the workshop and get valuable feedback from top experts in digital health.
At the event startups present their business idea to experienced digital health professionals. The panel of experts give feedback to each startup focusing on the business model and
The panel of experts
Dr. Tom Albert, Director Strategy, AXA Krankenversicherung AG - (DE)
Eddie Chan, Global Head, Search & Evaluation - Integrated Care, SANOFI - (US)
Pascal Lardier, Executive Director, International at Health 2.0 and GET Funded Service Lead – (FR)
Jim Phillips, Consultant - Self Management and co-production of better health systems - (UK)
More panelists to be confirmed
2:00pm Welcome & GET project services presentation
2:10pm - 3:30pm Startup pitches and feedback session
3:30pm - 4:00pm Coffee and networking
The business model clinic is organized in conjunction with Health 2.0 Europe 2015 conference in Barcelona. Business model clinic participants get the 50 % reduced rate off the already reduced
rate for startups. Read more about the conference.
Business model clinic is free of charge and participation is possible without attending to the Health 2.0 conference. The number of participants is limited. Selection is based on the following
info asked in the registration form: elevator pitch, description of the solution, team, business model.