Four CEOs Share their Journey
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
“The best way to predict the future is to create it,” said Peter Drucker. And the future of healthcare is ripe for creativity and change. In the last five years, many start-ups have been conceived to disrupt and improve the system. And, of course, Cornellians are in the midst of the transformation.
Join the Cornell Club of Northern New Jersey for our first Entrepreneurs Panel – focused on the Healthcare space. We’ll have Cornellian CEOs from four health startups participate in a moderated discussion about the process of entrepreneurship, creating and building their companies, and the realities of working at a startup in the dynamic health space.
Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Village West Art Gallery, 331 Newark Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07302
Cost: $40 per person
What’s included: Light appetizers and drinks will be served.
Important note: Parking is limited. Please, arrive early to secure a parking spot. Venue is several blocks from public transportation (see map). Consider uber or taxi from public transportation
Meet our Moderator and Panelists:
Professor Brooke Hollis, Associate Director, Cornell Sloan Program in Health Administration
Brooke Hollis serves on the leadership team of the Cornell Sloan Program and the Institute for Healthy Futures working on alumni and industry external relations. He also mentors students and serves as a faculty member.
Beyond his appointment at Sloan, his ongoing professional consulting activities straddle the area of mergers & acquisitions and management consulting primarily for health and professional services firms.
Andres Jimenez–CEO ImplementHIT
Andres Jimenez is a physician, serial digital health entrepreneur, investor, and author of Healthcare IT Entrepreneurship. He founded, self-funded and chairs the board of ImplementHIT, a physician training software company used in over 1,000 hospitals and clinics. He is an advisor for Triphammer ventures, a NYC based VC that invests in Cornell alumni founded companies. He holds a Masters in Education, an MD from a joint Dartmouth/Brown program, and will be in the inaugural class of MBA/MS in Healthcare leadership program 2019 at Cornell.
Amir Reuveny-CEO Tatch
Amir Reuveny is CEO of Tatch and a Post Doctoral Fellow at Cornell Tech. Tatch is a state-of-the-art diagnostic and outcome management patch, that provides high-quality sleep analysis in maximal comfort.
Tatch brings together advances in flexible electronics, machine learning and wearable technology to make sleep medicine more seamless and accurate than ever before
Owen McGettrick–CTO Twiage
Owen is a seasoned executive and technology leader with a background in the biotechnology and healthcare spaces. Triage is an award-winning healthcare IT startup in NYC that provides a novel communication technology enabling hospitals and EMS to accelerate life-saving emergency care. Owen is focused on using technology to achieve faster throughput and better outcomes by providing powerful data and real-time care coordination for EMS, ER, and hospital teams.
He received a BA from the College of Arts and Sciences at Cornell with a double major in physics and economics.
Alan Cohen-CEO Centivo
Alan Cohen leads Centivo, a self-funded health plan startup offering affordable, high quality health care. He previously led the development of award-winning Bright Choices Exchange for Liazon and has forged numerous partnerships with national and regional benefits providers.
Alan is a graduate of Cornell University, and earned MBAs from the Columbia Business School and the London Business School, where he won the Award for Academic Excellence.