Session Abstract – PMWC 2022 Silicon Valley

Track 7, June 28-29

The PMWC 2022 Health Monitoring Showcase will provide 15 minute speaking opportunities for selected companies working with the latest technologies in remote patient and care monitoring, providing devices that are smart and integrated with high-touch approaches, sensors, data collection and analytical capabilities translating patient vital signs into useful insights and alert triggers. These companies will share their innovative products to an audience of leading investors, potential clients, and partners. The PMWC 2019 Health Monitoring Showcase will exhibit the latest innovations that lead to products, systems, and services that empower patients with chronic conditions to better understand and self-manage their conditions and provide clinicians with easy, efficient monitoring that enhance patients’ lives and enable the delivery of better outcomes at lower cost.

Confirmed Presenting Companies:

 Session Chair Profile

Chief Marketing Officer, AdhereTech

Lyndi drives sustained growth for her company’s product portfolio across all stages of the product life cycle. She also spearheads patient engagement and support initiatives designed to improve the patient experience and change the way people manage their healthcare. Lyndi has more than 25 years of experience commercializing specialty products across a wide range of therapeutic areas and a legacy of keeping patients at the center of strategy decisions. She has held positions at Dermira, Everyday Health, MAP Pharmaceuticals, Human Genome Sciences, Genentech, Serono and Biogen.

Health Monitoring Showcase:

AdhereTech is the leading provider and pioneer of smart devices that connect patients to care via real-time interventions. AdhereTech has developed the Aidia SystemTM, a proven, integrated technology-based solution incorporating the award-winning Aidia Smart Bottle, two-way communication channel, live support and data-driven connection to care.

Engaging Patients via Real-time Connection
Using technology, informed by insights into human behavior, to improve health outcomes, learn how AdhereTech's Aidia System™ helps patients stay on therapy, and connected to care throughout their medication journey.

 Speaker Profile

Account Executive, Athelas

Brayden works on the partnership efforts at Athelas, helping to establish a network of providers that are passionate about improving quality of patient care. Prior to joining Athelas, Brayden worked at Podium to help practices improve communication with their patients. Brayden and his wife currently live in Utah and enjoy spending time in the mountains with their dog Penny.

Health Montoring Showcase:

Athelas Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) allows healthcare providers to monitor patient vitals like blood pressure, weight, and blood glucose without the patient ever having to enter a clinic, increasing patient engagement and bringing new revenue into your practice.

A New Standard of Care: Athelas Remote Patient Monitoring
Athelas partners with providers to launch comprehensive RPM programs that include SIM-connected devices, clinical staff review, and billing management to improve the health of patients and increase revenue through monthly reimbursements.

 Speaker Profile

M.D, Ph.D., Medical Director, Medipredict

Dr. Richard Kiss is a medical doctor holding a Ph.D. in molecular oncology. His research topic was the mapping of the genetic and epigenetic background of leukemias and lymphomas, during which he gained extensive experience in the application of molecular genetic methods, such as NGS and liquid biopsy, to support the personalized treatment of hematological malignancies. Along with his research activity, he teaches pathology to medical students at Semmelweis University and is a regular lecturer at scientific conferences and patient education events. As the medical director of Medipredict, he works to integrate the results of state-of-the-art medical testing with omic studies. His mission is to help people maximize their health by using cutting-edge technology and evidence-based science to predict disease risk, provide early detection and give actionable insights to maintain optimal health.

Health Monotoring Showcase:

Medipredict is a digital health company providing a comprehensive evaluation of individual health status and a personalized intervention plan. Our health network approach combines information from multiple sources, such as detailed medical examinations, medical imaging, microbiome analysis, metabolomics, genomics and processing medical history.

High-definition medicine in personalized health preservation
Personalized health preservations via holistic health assessment, high-definition screening, and targeted interventions.

 Speaker Profile

M.D., Chief Clinical Officer, Sprinter Health

Dr. Popat is Chief Clinical Officer of Sprinter Health. He is inspired by the ways care can be brought to the home, while delivering better clinical outcomes for patients. He believes that through improved diagnosis and treatment that it is possible to save dollars downstream. Health system, diagnostic and device companies can similarly speed adoption of life-saving tests, screen patients for conditions based on risk factors, and close quality gaps. Dr. Popat is also Chief Executive Officer of Marin Community Clinics, the largest FQHC in Marin County. He serves on many Boards, including for Partnership Health Plan of California and Redwood Community Health Coalition, and previously, for the American Cancer Society. Dr. Popat is a Board-Certified Family Physician with a Doctor of Medicine and a Masters of Public Health from Tufts University in Boston. He completed Family Medicine training at the Stanford University-O’Connor Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program.

Digital Health Showcase:
Sprinter Health

Sprinter Health is a California-based company that sends W-2 phlebotomists and nurses (“Sprinters”) into homes to collect clinical data on patients that providers can use to make care decisions.

Meeting Patients Where They Are: Improving Care, Reducing Costs
Most people dislike getting lab work done. Doctors need the data from vitals checks and lab tests to make a proper diagnosis. How might technological innovation and new staffing models improve access to care, reduce costs, and deliver a better patient experience?