STANFORD, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Stanford Graduate School of Business (GSB) will hold its first healthcare conference in close to a decade on Wednesday, March 4. The Stanford GSB Healthcare Conference is organized by the student-led Healthcare Club and brings together thought leaders, executives, and investors as well as Stanford students, alumni, and faculty aspiring to advance the healthcare industry.
The Stanford GSB Healthcare Conference will focus on the opportunities and challenges that technological innovation faces in reshaping the healthcare system. The conference will explore technology’s impact on healthcare from multiple perspectives, including innovation in care delivery models and the life sciences, as well as the entrance of Big Tech into the healthcare ecosystem.
The lineup features a diverse group of speakers representing a multitude of backgrounds and experiences:
- Jeff Immelt: Partner, NEA; Chairman, athenahealth; Former CEO, General Electric
- Tom Lee, MD, MBA ‘99: Founder and CEO, Galileo Health; Founder and Former CEO, One Medical
- Angela Lai: Co-Founder, BetterOmics
- Rachel Winokur, MBA ‘99: CEO, Bright Health Care
- Julie Yoo: General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz
- Dan Trigub: Head of Uber Health
- David Singer, MBA ’88: Managing Partner, Maverick Ventures
For more information and a complete list of speakers, please visit www.gsbhealthcare.org/conference.html