However, before an innovation can be adopted in medical practice, researchers must overcome significant cost and resource-heavy barriers around technology deployment.
Waterloo MedTech leverages the Region's unique collaborative innovation culture to address the gap between healthcare research and its adoption in practice.Learn more
That's where Waterloo MedTech comes in. An innovator presents his or her research to our skilled Waterloo MedTech team who then provide support in connecting to legal, clinical, and related industry next steps required to take the idea to market.
Specifically the Waterloo MedTech team and partners can:
Waterloo MedTech leverages timely opportunity within Waterloo Region's uniquely collaborative innovation culture to advance the outcomes of healthcare research.
The powerful Waterloo MedTech team and partners help visionaries access neccessary resources and guidance to move their idea forward.
Waterloo MedTech has created an ecosystem that can foster any new medical technology idea, connecting a network of of innovators to powerful commercialization partners.
Our founders have been recognized nationally and internationally for their accolades around mobilizing innovations in healthcare research.
A founding tenant of the data hub, the Waterloo MedTech founders and directors compose a powerful team of award-winning leadership, boasting prestigious national and international distinctions.
International multi-award winning scientist and researcher; Distinguished Professor Emeritus and Director of the Computer Systems Group, and Founding Chairman of the Computer Science Department at the University of Waterloo.
30+ years experience in business development, information technology, and health IT; VP for the National Institutes of Health Informatics; research associate for the University of Waterloo.
Former CIO for the City of Waterloo; recognized leader in IT with 30+ years diverse experience; start-up mentor and executive advisor for Smart Cities / Smart Government.
Co-founder of multiple successful start-ups nationally and internationally; Mark's community leadership led the transformation of Waterloo into an intelligent city globally.
7+ years as a physician; a strong advocate for the adoption of innovation within the healthcare ecosystem; former family medicine practitioner; currently Chief of Anesthesia at Groves Memorial Community Hospital.
Wednesday, October 24, 2018
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
St. George Hall, Waterloo Ontario
Bringing entrepreneurs, start-ups, researchers, industry and government experts, thought leaders, and healthcare professionals, together to innovate solutions to pressing healthcare problems.
Join us at Waterloo Region's largest cross-sector gathering involved in health care.
Our Early Bird Rate has been extended to September 17th
Ends September 17
|Registered Waterloo MedTech Members||$249.00||$349.00|
|Startup with 3 or Fewer Full Time Employees||$149.50||$199.50|
|Table of 6||$1,495.00||$1,995.00|
|Qualifying Students (Limited to first 15 Registered)||$99.00||$99.00|
|Practicing Physicians and Hospital Allied Health Professionals - Half Day Rate||$125.00||$150.00|
|Practicing Physicians and Hospital Allied Health Professionals - Full Day Rate||$249.00||$299.00|
Hosted by Waterloo MedTech
with support from Industry and the Community.
Premiers' Council on Improving Healthcare and Ending Hallway Medicine, Government of Ontario
CEO & Co-founder, Intellijoint Surgical
President & CEO, Medical Devices Canada (MEDEC)
President, CPSO 2016-2017
Executive Director, Biomedical Engineering, UHN
MD, Director, eHealth Centre of Excellence
President, The C3 Group of Companies
President, Medtronic Canada; Regional Vice-President - Canada, Medtronic plc
PhD, FSIIM, Associate Professor in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Chief Executive Officer, Waterloo Accelerator Centre; Associate Vice President of Research Commercialization, University of Waterloo
Co-Founder, Cloud DX; 2017 XPRIZE recipient for 'Bold, Epic Innovation'
CEO and Founder, Branham Group Inc.
Professor, Persuasive Health Technology at the University of Twente (Netherlands)