On Saturday, October 31st, Klio's co-founder and CEO Jacqueline Thong will speak on a panel discussion about digital health and entrepreneurship during the Boston Young Healthcare Professionals Digital Health and Innovation Conference. The panel, moderated by Mandira Singh of athenahealth, will also include Boston-based health tech entrepreneurs Gil Addo of RubiconMD, TJ Parker of PillPack, and Julie Yoo of Kyruus.
The event, which will be held at Microsoft's NERD Center facility in Cambridge, is BYHP's first healthcare conference. The objective of the conference is to gather leaders from across different ares of healthcare to discuss the current state of digital health and innovation as well as future trends. Tickets for the event can be purchased in advance here.
Boston Young Healthcare Professionals (BYHP) is a non-profit organization that creates opportunities for young healthcare professionals to reach outside of their respective silos and gain exposure to the larger healthcare landscape by connecting with healthcare professionals in various fields, including: clinical, provider, payer, health care administration, pharmaceutical/life sciences, medical devices, public health, legal, policy/advocacy, government, consulting, research, and IT.