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June, 2014 A little over a year ago I started this “project blog” and things have been fast paced ever since. I continue to work with SXSW, with the AARP, and Seniors In Touch. My chapter of Health 2.0 is growing like crazy, recently I’ve begun a project with the Kauffman Foundation, and I’ve started a consulting gig […]
It’s back, and I’m returning as “head coach” for the second annual SXSW V2Venture pitch competition will take place on Wednesday, July 16 at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. During this no-holds-barred, Vegas-style pitch competition, a live audience, along with a panel of expert judges, will discover advancements in various sectors of emerging technology.
We did it again, and I returned as “head coach.” The 3rd AARP Health Innovation@50+ LivePitch happened on Friday, May 9 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center, and continues to be the premier showcase featuring the most exciting start-up companies in the “50 and over” health technology and innovation sector.
What follows is a blog post from VC Lisa Suennen, with whom I do work with the AARP. I have been lucky enough to serve as head coach for the AARP Health Innovation@50+ Live Pitch program twice—last week in Las Vegas and last year in New Orleans. The event was conceived by the AARP innovation team, spearheaded […]
Fellow Health 2.0 Houston co-founders Fred Trotter and Ashish Patel joined me today to visit Jan Erik Odegard, Ph.D. at Rice University’s Visualization Laboratory. Fred and Ashish demonstrated their DocGraph/PATCH product on the big screen – a 50 million record data set of the entire Medicare referral database. Not Only Development is a Houston based […]
It’s back, and it’s bigger than ever. Last September AARP did their first Health Innovation@50+ LivePitch contest in New Orleans and had 80 companies apply to compete (see my write up at Health 2.0 News “It’s all about mom and a talking dog”). This Spring the AARP announced it would be holding its 2nd […]
Welcome to my place on the Internet! This is where you can always contact me, and it’s where I blog about the projects in which I am involved. As of this post, there are three projects to which I have an annual commitment: Seniors In Touch, Health 2.0 Houston, and a new undertaking with University General Health […]