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Evolution or Revolution: How Technology Partnerships Drive Value Based Care, Part 1

Healthcare Talks | April 25, 2017

In Healthcare Talks, White and Williams lawyers interview healthcare professionals and discuss issues that healthcare providers are facing today and innovations that will shape the healthcare systems of tomorrow.

In this episode, Lori Smith, Co-Chair of the Corporate and Securities Group, speaks with Unity Stoakes, President and Co-Founder of StartUp Health, a global organization leading a movement to transform health by partnering with entrepreneurs and healthcare systems on 10 Health Moonshots.

About Unity Stoakes:

Unity is the President and Co-Founder of StartUp Health, a global health innovation company with the largest portfolio of digital health companies in the world. Unity is on a mission to transform healthcare by leveraging the power of innovation, technology, data, design, and community. He believes that the best way to improve care is to provide health and wellness innovators with inspiration, education, and access to customers, capital, and other critical resources so that Healthcare Transformers can innovate more quickly.

Unity is a contributor to TechCrunch and Forbes and co-host of StartUp Health Now, a weekly web show about Healthcare Transformers. Unity is a founding member of the Society of Participatory Medicine and is on the AARP Innovation @50+ Advisory Board, on the SXSW Accelerator Advisory Board and the Care Innovations Advisory Board.

Unity, and his business partner of nearly 20 years, Steven Krein, previously co-founded OrganizedWisdom.com, an expert-driven platform for health and wellness and built Webstakes.com and Promotions.com, which they took public on Nasdaq in 1999.

This correspondence should not be construed as legal advice or legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstances. The contents are intended for general informational purposes only, and you are urged to consult a lawyer concerning your own situation and legal questions.
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