HealthTech Women


Aging in the Age of Innovation

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Time & place

  • New York | NY

  • Tue, May 01 2018
  • 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM EDT
34 34th Street
Brooklyn, NY

Event Details

What does aging mean in the age of innovation?
Join us for a panel discussion about the products and services that are improving the lives of the elderly population and their millennial caregivers.

Program Breakdown

6:00 – 6:30 PM: Networking and Drinks
6:30 – 7:30 PM: Panel Discussion
7:30 – 8:00 PM: Q&A

About the speaker(s)

Jenni Vargas
  • Jenni Vargas
  • Chief Strategy Officer at One Medical
  • Jenni Vargas is the Chief Strategy Officer of One Medical, a technologically enabled, high value primary care practice in 8 cities across the country, including New York. Prior to this role Jenni was the Chief Strategy Officer of Stanford Health Care, and earlier in her career held various executive positions at national payors, Health Net and CIGNA. She serves on the Board of Directors of Call9 and advises Eat Love, Incredible Health and Mindstrong. Jenni received at BA from Stanford University in Human Biology and an MBA from the Anderson Graduate School of Management at UCLA.
Katie Davis
  • Katie Davis
  • ACNP, SVP of Clinical Operations at Call9
  • Katie Davis, ACNP, is the SVP of Clinical Operations at Call9. Davis realized her passion for emergency medicine from a young age; at 15, she was working on an ambulance, and was later certified as an emergency technician before college. Davis has spent her career relentlessly pursuing opportunities to improve patient care and building teams that can affect change for both individuals and the entire system. Prior to completing her ACNP from Mass General, Davis earned her BSN and MS in Forensic Nursing from Boston College. As an undergraduate student at BC, Davis revived the nearly defunct Eagle EMS, a student-run service, and built it up to nearly 150 volunteers.
Marta Bralic
  • Marta Bralic
  • VP of Business Development at Flatiron Health
  • Marta and her team is responsible for developing strategic partnerships and leading special projects that accelerate Flatiron’s growth, enhance the company’s product offerings, and support new product line development. Marta joined Flatiron from McKinsey & Company, where she advised payers, providers, and life sciences companies across a wide range of strategy and operational challenges. Her experience is primarily in helping state governments and health systems adapt to healthcare reform, and helping pharmaceutical and biotech clients develop commercial strategies. Marta graduated magna cum laude from Harvard University with a Bachelor of Arts in government and computer science. She was also a member of Phi Beta Kappa and a Computer Science Teaching Fellow for the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Harvard.

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