Margaret Laws – California Healthcare Foundation

In November 2010, CHCF introduced a $10 million innovation fund modeled on social venture capital and gave Margaret the keys to the car. Since then she has been directing programs and grant funding for projects dedicated to helping underserved communities.

 

 

The New Bankroll: Novel Mechanisms to fund a Health 2.0 Startup – Full Session

A Health 2.0 startup today has more options than ever when considering how to go about obtaining funding. There are health care crowd-funding sites, incubators, VCs and more! We’re bringing together speakers and demos from the various funding models to discuss the unique offerings of each. When is a good time to get involved? What are the advantages with crowd-funding vs. the standard financing route?

The New Bankroll: Novel Mechanisms to fund a Health 2.0 Startup – HealthTech Capital & California HealthCare Foundation Speakers

A Health 2.0 startup today has more options than ever when considering how to go about obtaining funding. There are health care crowd-funding sites, incubators, VCs and more! We’re bringing together speakers and demos from the various funding models to discuss the unique offerings of each. When is a good time to get involved? What are the advantages with crowd-funding vs. the standard financing route?

Investors

Margaret Laws, Director, California HealthCare Foundation
Brad Fluegel, Executive-in-Residence, Health Evolution Partners
There is no better time to be in health care, and these are the individuals who are funding innovation in this booming industry.  What does it take to establish a successful company in today’s health care landscape?  We’ve noted a definite shift in the typical investment model; how is that affecting these investors and their decisions?

How are We Going to Make a Difference?

For more than a day the discussion has been about how health care can be cheaper, how Health 2.0 can advance research, and what to do about our national (and international crisis) with lifestyle induced disease. In the final session, some key players will discuss their vision for the future of health care, and the role Health 2.0 will play.

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Margaret Laws – California Healthcare Foundation

In November 2010, CHCF introduced a $10 million innovation fund modeled on social venture capital and gave Margaret the keys to the car. Since then she has been directing programs and grant funding for projects dedicated to helping underserved communities.

 

 

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The New Bankroll: Novel Mechanisms to fund a Health 2.0 Startup & ...

A Health 2.0 startup today has more options than ever when considering how to go about obtaining funding. There are health care crowd-funding sites, incubators, VCs and more! We’re bringing together speakers and demos from the various funding models to discuss the unique offerings of each. When is a good time to get involved? What are the advantages with crowd-funding vs. the standard financing route?

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The New Bankroll: Novel Mechanisms to fund a Health 2.0 Startup & ...

A Health 2.0 startup today has more options than ever when considering how to go about obtaining funding. There are health care crowd-funding sites, incubators, VCs and more! We’re bringing together speakers and demos from the various funding models to discuss the unique offerings of each. When is a good time to get involved? What are the advantages with crowd-funding vs. the standard financing route?

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Investors

Margaret Laws, Director, California HealthCare Foundation Brad Fluegel, Executive-in-Residence, Health Evolution Partners There is no better time to be in health care, and these are the individuals who are funding innovation in this booming industry.  What does it take to establish a successful company in today's health care landscape?  We've noted a definite shift in the typical investment model; how is that affecting these investors and their decisions? < ...
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How are We Going to Make a Difference?

For more than a day the discussion has been about how health care can be cheaper, how Health 2.0 can advance research, and what to do about our national (and international crisis) with lifestyle induced disease. In the final session, some key players will discuss their vision for the future of health care, and the role Health 2.0 will play.