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Engaging with Early Stage Technologies – Opportunities and Pitfalls for Health Care Providers and Payers as Consumers and Investors

June 25, 2017
San Francisco Marriott Marquis

AHLA In-House Counsel Program & ANNUAL MEETING

Emerging technologies have the potential to revolutionize the provision of and payment for health care. Developing a strategy for engaging with those emerging technologies will be critical to the future success of health care providers and payers. Some institutions will choose to utilize those technologies as market consumers, and others will become increasingly active venture investors in technology companies. Either approach can be profoundly successful in positioning institutions to succeed in the changing world of health care, but both require knowledge sets that are not necessarily traditional to in-house legal teams. ❯❯ Fundamentals of, and the strategic considerations behind, engaging with early stage technology companies as a customer and as an investor

  • The emerging technology ecosystem and the opportunities for health care providers and payers to be customers of and investors in early stage technology companies
  • The strategic considerations for health care providers and payers interesting in leveraging new technologies and/or participating in venture investment, and the internal stakeholders critical to those processes
  • Various business and legal considerations, including: Governance, access to emerging technologies and products, due diligence considerations, tax implications, and transactional structure
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San Francisco Marriott Marquis
780 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

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