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Mount hosts healthcare roundtable

December 13, 2016
NEWBURGH, N.Y. -

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Ruobing Xia, co-founder of Life Science Quest, leads the discussion at the “Innovation and Technology Convergence in Healthcare and Life Science Industry” event, hosted by Mount Saint Mary College. 

 

Mount Saint Mary College recently hosted the “Innovation and Technology Convergence in Healthcare and Life Science Industry” roundtable discussion, featuring several leaders in the field.

The event focused on trends and innovations and how they are poised to influence the healthcare and life science industries. Topics included technology, business planning /budgeting, rapidly developing artificial intelligence and the changing landscape of medical specialists; and improving professional development.

Featured speakers were:

  • Stephan Klaschka, strategic innovation consultant with more than 25 years of international work experience from start-ups to global corporations across bio pharmaceutical, healthcare, and other industries.
  • Alexander Natanzon, technological innovator and multiple "GE Innovator of the Year" winner. Natanzon holds 17 patents in Medical Imaging and Space Technology and 38 years of experience in technology development. He is the founder of two successful startups in medical imaging and robotic surgery.
  • Dmitry Pavlov, IT solution architect, GE Healthcare Imaging.
  • Steven Yu, president of Sino-American Pharmaceutical Professionals Association, Connecticut and principal scientist in New Biological Entities group at Boehringer Ingelheim.
  • Ruobing Xia, co-founder of Life Science Quest. Her primary foci are global strategy, business development, and marketing technology.

The event was presented by Life Science Quest, LLC and Sino-American Pharmaceutical Professionals Association, Connecticut (SAPA-CT).

 

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Mount Saint Mary College psychology professor Lawrence Force, a gerontologist and director of the college’s Center on Aging and Policy (center), discusses the changing needs of the elderly in today’s healthcare system.