Innovative Digital Health Technologies: The Way Forward!


SEPTEMBER 19, 2019
Upward Hartford
20 Church Street, Mezzanine Floor
Hartford, CT 06103


Innovative Digital Health Technologies: The Way Forward!

Thursday, September 19
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.

There is no doubt that the digital health ecosystem is growing and the use cases for transformative digital health tools continue to evolve. Global Market Insights expects the global digital health market to hit $504.4 billion by 2025 and in August, Apple released data from an early research study it did with Eli Lilly to detect evidence of Alzheimer’s by using data from Apple Watches and iPhones.

A serious effort is being made by hospitals, providers, payers, pharmaceutical companies and others to help accelerate the adoption and scale of innovative digital health solutions. Simultaneously, these groups also need to strategically align their technology initiatives to meet the demand of the next-generation integrated care requirements.

On September 19, we’ll discuss the way forward for innovative digital health technologies including:

  • Technology-enabled care: improving the delivery and experience of healthcare
  • The innovation around wearables, artificial intelligence, and personalized healthcare
  • How health systems are addressing digital health technologies


[5:30 – 6:00 PM]
Reception & Networking
[6:00 – 7:30 PM]
Panel Discussion


Upward Hartford
20 Church Street, Mezzanine Floor
Hartford, CT, 06103
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Leon Eisen, PhD
Founder & CEO

Leon Eisen, PhD, Founder & CEO of OxitoneDr. Leon Eisen is a Digital Continuous Care pioneer, inventor, speaker, entrepreneur and executive with 15+ years of experience in HealthTech. Passionate about transforming home care for chronic disease patients, Leon invented the world’s first FDA-cleared wrist-sensor medical monitor and AI-based Digital Continuous Care™ platform. Leon founded and has been leading Oxitone Medical from idea through several investment rounds to the growth stage. He is an author of 10 patents & more than 20 publications.


Marty Guay
Vice President, Business Development
Stanley Black & Decker

Marty Guay, Vice President, Business Development at Stanley Black & DeckerMarty Guay is the Vice President, Business Development, for Stanley Black & Decker. In this capacity, Marty looks to create value creation opportunities by working with startups, innovation eco-systems, and the entrepreneurial community. Previously, Marty was the President of STANLEY Healthcare, a global business and operating division of Stanley Black & Decker, a Fortune 500 company with a track record of innovation and sustained profitable growth. STANLEY Healthcare is a recognized leader in solutions that transform safety, security and operational efficiency for senior living organizations, hospitals and health systems.

Barry Stein, M.D.,
Vice President and Chief Clinical Innovation Officer
Vascular & Interventional Radiologist at Hartford Healthcare

Dr. Stein is a recognized expert in cardiovascular MRI and CT and was one of the pioneers in the global clinical paradigm shift to non-invasive vascular imaging. He currently serves as the executive leader for HHC’s enterprise imaging strategy, telehealth program, and clinical institute for advanced analytics strategy, and he oversees a grant from the state to develop a “MedTech Accelerator” within HHC’s innovation ecosystem. His focus is on delivering frictionless integrated clinical patient care and exploring innovative intersects of transformational technologies, analytics, and informatics to impact healthcare delivery.

Jon Terenzetti
Vice President of Strategy & Big Data

Jon Terenzetti, Vice President of Strategy & Big Data at CareCentrixHeadquartered in Hartford, CT, CareCentrix is a post-acute care coordination company that partners with payors and providers nationwide to shift healthcare from hospitals and nursing facilities back to the patient’s home, delivering lower-cost care with improved clinical outcomes. Jon oversees the team responsible for the identification, assessment, and development of next-generation technology assets that assist in the delivery of higher-quality healthcare. Jon holds a BA in political science from Yale University.


Sherwin Yoder
Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLP

Sherwin Yoder, Partner at Carmody Torrance Sandak & Hennessey LLPSherwin leads his firm’s Data Privacy and Security practice, helping organizations mitigate data privacy and security risks and manage incident response, including related litigation and regulatory compliance. As a member of the “start@Carmody” team, he also counsels start-ups and emerging companies on their privacy and security obligations in designing and launching e-commerce sites, mobile applications, IoT devices, and other technologies or transactions involving the flow of sensitive data.


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