11.26.19

Emerging Issues in Connected Health Panel, Join the Discussion

Tammy Allen, Director | Marketing & Programs, The NIIC
NIIC Connected Health Lab

November 26, 2019, Fort Wayne, Ind.—Area health technology and business leaders will convene to discuss new developments in today’s health industry at The Northeast Indiana Innovation Center (The NIIC). The event will be Thursday, December 5, 2019, 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.

“The Internet of Things is everywhere, and it is changing everything in healthcare, from patient to provider to product to payer.  Its endless opportunities bring healthcare into the digital age,” said John McDonald, CEO, ClearObject.

Jessica Carender, NIIC Partner Engagement Manager, will moderate an expert panel, including:

  • John McDonald, CEO, ClearObject, Indiana’s leading Internet of Things (IoT) Systems Integrator. He is a founder and board member of the Indiana Technology & Innovation Association, chairman of the Technology & Innovation Committee of the Indiana Chamber of Commerce, a board member of TechPoint, the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, the Indiana India Business Council, and the Social Enterprise Alliance. Additionally, he is a member of the IBM PartnerWorld Global Business Partner Advisory Council, the advisory council for Hamilton Southeastern Schools, the Workforce Alignment council of Ivy Tech Community College, and the Dean’s Council for the Purdue Polytechnic Institute at Purdue University.
  • Ethel Massing, MSHI, SHIMSS, Innovation Project Specialist, the Mirro Center for Research and Innovation at Parkview Health, where she leads innovation within Parkview, manages startup company projects, and runs the Datapalooza and Innovation competition series. She is also the current president of the Indiana chapter of HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society).
  • J. J. Lane Carroll, FSA, MAA, Head New Solutions Group, Swiss Re, an innovation team dedicated to developing solutions for clients to close the $25 trillion mortality protection gap in the U.S. Carroll is responsible for the coordination of Swiss Re’s strategy related to new underwriting and customer experience solutions that help clients better connect, transact, and retain insurance customers.

“Connected Health is making it possible to deliver more personalized life insurance offerings to ensure that more families are protected financially in the event of the death of a family member,” said J.J. Lane Carroll, FSA, MAA, Head New Solutions, Swiss Re Holdings.

This event is being brought to the community by the Connected Health Lab Program at The NIIC. The program was formed to complete IoT discovery or research. The focus is to bring together the pieces and players to evolve innovation through products and services in the space. This panel discussion is the first of what promises to be many Connected Health Lab events to accomplish that.

Seating is limited, and advance registration is required. Registration cost is $25. Check-in/networking begins at 7 a.m. with the panel discussion beginning promptly at 7:30 a.m. Click here to register.

About The NIIC

The NIIC is a non-profit, vibrant entrepreneurial community. We help business builders and entrepreneurs launch and grow successful business ventures. We are located in a designated U.S. Small Business Administration HUB Zone, and in April 2018, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb designated The Northeast Indiana Innovation Park Campus as an Opportunity Zone through the U.S. Treasury. Formed in 1999 by a consortium of community and government leaders and organizations, The NIIC was recognized by Entrepreneur magazine in 2013 as one of the top four under-the-radar incubators in the country. This basically means Entrepreneur magazine, with the help of International Business Incubation Association, picked four U.S. incubators to highlight, and we were one of them. In their words, we “stand out in a state not always perceived as small business friendly.” The NIIC is the country’s only ISO9001:2015 registered business incubation and acceleration program. TheNIIC.org. Click here for The NIIC press kit.

Media contact: Tammy Allen, Director, Marketing & Programs – The NIIC, tallen@niic.net  | Telephone: 260-407-1731

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