SeamlessMD CEO speaks at HealthTO about building an Enterprise Healthcare company
April 7, 2017
On April 6, 2017, SeamlessMD CEO Dr. Joshua Liu was a keynote speaker at HealthTO as part of Toronto's Health Innovation Week.Dr. Liu's presentation focused on helping companies learn how to build an enterprise software company in healthcare.
HealthTO is a community for healthcare innovation professionals and enthusiasts in Toronto's technology sector (and beyond). HealthTO's bi-monthly events bring together the Toronto healthcare community (practitioners, administrators and technologists) to discuss topics related to the future of innovation in health and wellness.Other keynotespeakers that evening included:
Suarabh Mukhi, CTO of Think Research
Mike Heinrich, Managing Director of Reframe Health Lab (formerly Evans Health Lab)
Brett Belchetz, Co-Founder and CEO of Maple
Grace Soyao, Founder & CEO of Self Care Catalysts
Thank you HealthTO for putting on such a great event - it was a privilege to participate!
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