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Thursday, November 17 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
VCs and Angels: Critical Questions About Regulations You Should Ask Healthcare Startups

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This session targets founders, VCs, and Angels, presenting them a broad review of healthcare regulations and investment criteria related to these regulations. Healthcare startups are subject to a maze of regulations. Failure to understand or take seriously the regulatory framework can block access to capital or, worse yet, lead to Theranos-type debacles. 

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Marlena Grundy

Attorney, Principal, Legal Evangelist, PNW Strategic Legal Solutions
Marlena advises clients on a wide variety of issues related to healthcare transactions, litigation, and regulatory issues. She particularly enjoys reviewing healthcare startup models for regulatory compliance. On behalf of providers, Marlena negotiates insurance reimbursement agreements, including a multi-million-dollar initial contract between a major hospital and major insurer. Working for providers and employers, Marlena reviews employment... Read More →

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Jefferson Lin

Associate Attorney, Ogden Murphy Wallace
Attorney, Ogden Murphy Wallace, PLLC https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffersonlinJefferson's healthcare practice focuses on data privacy and security, health information technology, hospital and physician contracting, and fraud and abuse. On behalf of providers and technology companies, he regularly reviews and negotiates professional services, licensing, cloud-hosting, SaaS, and business associate agreements. He earned his bachelor's degree from... Read More →
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Joseph Williams

Governor's Info. Comm. Technology (ICT) Sector Lead, Washington Office of Economic Development & Competitiveness
A former executive with Microsoft and Sun Microsystems, Dr. Williams served as the Dean of the School of Business, Government and Economics at Seattle Pacific University before being named as Governor Inslee’s ICT Sector Lead. His distinguished career in the tech industry, in academia and the public sector includes extensive experience working with angel investing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies and customers on the business models... Read More →

Thursday November 17, 2016 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Cambia Grove 1800 9th Ave., Suite 250 Seattle, WA 98101

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