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MedStartr Momentum 2018

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Price Waterhouse Coopers NYC HQ

300 Madison Ave.

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Note: please visit the MedMo15, MedMo16, or MedMo17 sites to see what MedMo18 will be like!

We started H2NYC and MedStartr.com to bring new ideas to healthcare faster and we are proud to have been among the first to introduce companies like Misfit, Phreesia, Abilto, IHT Spirit, 1DocWay, Avado, Startup Health, and over 500 other new healthcare innovations to the world.

In our first three years, we have had amazing speakers and startups present. The future of medicine is frequently in attendance with panels on AI, Blockchain, AR/VR and more.

In 2018 we will have:

Over 20 of the best healthcare startups from around the world presenting to win over 2 million dollars in acceleration services and funding. All year long MedStartr and our partners are running events around the world to find the best companies to invest in. At MedMo we bring them back to NYC to see who is ready to go to the next level and receive MedStartr Venture Fund investment and acceleration.

At least 9 Momentum Talks from thought leaders that will Educate, Inspire, and Envision the future of medicine. Past speakers included Regina Holliday, Susannah Fox, Rick Park, MD (CityMD), Chris Parks (Change Healthcare), Khan Siddiqui, MD (Higi), Maria Gotsch (Partnership Fund for NYC), Deborah Estrin, PhD (Cornell Tech), Peter Frishauf (MedScape, MedPage,...), Wen Dombrowski, MD (@HealthcareWen), Dr. Suzanne Steinbaum (Northwell, ABC) George Mathew, MD (HP/DXC), Ben Chodor (HealthTechTalk Live!), Grace Cordovano, PhD (Enlightening Results), Sarah Krug (Cancer 101), Mandi Bishop (Dell, Gartner), Thomas Tsang, MD (ONC, Quartet), Amy Cueva (MAD*POW), Randy Cheung (Cipher Health), Charles Huang (Spark, Blackstone, Lynchpin Capital), Charles Hwang (Blockchain Fund), David Drake (LDJ Capital), Frank Ricotta (BurstIQ), Owen Davs (NYCseed), Unity Stokes (StartupHealth), Dawn Bell (Novartis), Nicole Fisher (@nic_fisher), Colin Hung (#HCLDR), Yaniv Sneor (Mid Atlantic Bio Angels), Dave Harlow (@Healthblawg), Mark Scrimshire (CMS/ Blue Button), Fard Johnmar (Enspektos), Sander Duncan (Pager) Jon Gordon (NYP Ventures), Brent Stackhouse (Mount Sinai Ventures), Stephen Konya (ONC), Mike Laskoff (AbilTo, Annum), Cheryl Pegus, MD (NYU, AHA,...), and many more.

4 Stakeholder Panels on topics critical to new ideas getting the momentum they need to succeed. We focus on Patient, Provider, Partner, and investor stakeholders as panelists and will dive deep into emerging trends and technologies that will be accelerating in the coming year.

Mainstream 2019 and other Special Additions: A new feature in 2017 was our "Mainstream 2018" panel that was designed to go deep on an emerging technology trend you haven't heard much about yet, but certainly will soon. In 2017 that tech was BlockChain with almost two hours of programming dedicated to the topic. (See the video on MedStartr.tv.) We can't say what Mainstream 2019 will be yet, but it will be the latest greatest thing you haven't learned enough about yet in most cases. We also add at least one new feature per year and 2018 will not be different - maybe a Saturday extension as we expand on the Healthcare Innovation Festival that spans 2 weeks in NYC? Stay tuned!

This will be our fourth year running MedMo and we expect it to be bigger and better than ever with over 70 speakers and 20 startups, two after parties, 300 - 400 attendees and over 18 hours of programming.

All our events and crowd challenges are designed to help early-stage companies gather the momentum needed to get to the next level as they pitch to the investors, partners, early adopters, hospital leaders, and patient leaders that are ready to work with the next big idea. Please join us for MedStartr Momentum 2018 and help us bring the best new companies forward faster than ever.




Get your Early Bird Tickets NOW!

Events like this usually run $1,500 - $6,200 a ticket but we make a point of keeping our events accessible so our tickets are only $699 for both days two full days of amazing speakers, exciting contests, access to the hottest startups, food, cocktails, and much more. We also let doctors, nurses, investors, hospital leaders and industry partners in for half price. You can also apply for startup, student, and patient advocate discounts and get group and early bird tickets for much less. Why? Because we think events like this should be accessible to all who are passionate about driving innovation further faster and all stakeholders are important.

A Special Message for Dues Paying Members of H2NYC

Dues Paying Members get an additional 50% discounts on all tickets! Membership is $65 a year and includes free or discounted access to our local events. To become a member please visit our H2NYC Meetup Group dues page. Thank you for your support!

How to get involved

Join the global community and offer to Volunteer, Panelist, Judge, Speaker or Mentor!

• Vote for your favorite Teams to take the stage on MedStartr.com

• Help us spread the word and be a Promotional Sponsor

• Sponsor and receive featured listing in publications, exhibitor space, credit for providing lunch or coffee

• Sponsor a Pitch Contest and Add to the Prize Packages

Sponsor Coffee, Lunch,Lanyards, or the After Party!

Please email Events@medstartr.com if you are interested in adding to the prize packages or Sponsoring MedMo16!

Thanks for being members and supporters of healthcare innovation.

Yours Truly,
Alex, Donna, Anthony, Mimi, Ben, Avisha, Will, Nancie, Lois, Kim, Caroline, Aline, and the H2NYC/ MedStartr team


FAQs

Are there ID requirements to enter the event?

Yes, a valid photo ID is required in most large buildings in NYC since 9/11.

Is there and an age limit to enter the event?

No, but students get in at a great discount! Our youngest attendee to date was Eddie Camp (son of Mary Camp) at 16 and he got out of school for the day and learned a great deal!

What is the Patient Activist ticket, aren't we all patients?

Patient Activists are special people who become activated when they get sick or have a loved one that gets sick to try to change part of the healthcare system. People like Regina Holliday or Francie Grace who dedicate their lives, and careers in many cases, to such a cause, are special people and we put them on panels, give them free tickets, and make them mentors to companies that are trying to change medicine in their areas of interest. Anyone can become an activist, but it is not an easy road, so we honor them in these small ways so we can hear their voices and listen. If this is you, please email us for a free ticket code and thank you for your activism!

What is a "Partner"

Partners are people who work at and look for innovations for their company to work with, license, or adopt. You don't have to be the CIO or Chief Innovation Officer, we know that starting a relationship with partners is a complex process, so if you work for such a company and want to learn more about the latest healthcare innovations, please join us. This could be a pharmaceutical company, insurance company, medical device, or some combination therein. You don't have to be the CEO or Chief Innovation Officer, we know that starting a relationship with partners is a complex process, so if you work for such a company and want to learn more about the latest healthcare innovations, please join us. If you are not sure if you qualify, email us and we can advise.

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300 Madison Ave.

Main Auditorium, Atrium of Ground Floor

New York, NY 10018

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