Evena Medical is presenting at Silicon Valley Investment Symposium in parallel with J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference on Sunday, 1/8. CEO, Frank Ball, will be presenting Clinical Actionable Intelligence, Medicine’s last mile. Big data, machine learning, IoT; all of it is dependent on the final interface between clinician and patient – bedside computing. Point-of-care two-way interchange is the only way to get real time results into the system, and the results into the treatment.
One of the biggest tasks has been opening the eyes of medical leaders to the benefits enabled by wearable computing, getting them to buy in to the long term vision of how AR eyewear can Improve a Medicine, Improve a Life, Improve the World.
In Silicon Valley many VCs, including Scott Kupor, managing partner at Andreessen Horowitz; are spending a lot of time on what Kupor describes as the intersection of life sciences and computer science.