Join us at LMHQ for a conversation on a particularly provocative topic: womens healthcare & the technology startups disrupting the status quo. Well be talking with Katherine Ryder, CEO of Maven Clinic, an expert health network for women that leverages technology to expand access, lower costs, & make our healthcare system more inclusive, Janica Alvarez, Co-Founder & CEO of Naya Health, bringing better technology to health products for modern moms, like their redesigned breast pump & smart bottle, & Jenny Friedler, Senior Director, Digital Product Lab at Planned Parenthood Federation ofAmerica,a team developing digital tools to make sure everyone can access the sexual & reproductive health information & resources they need.
Well be joined by Ruthie Ackerman, Deputy Editor at Women@Forbes, as moderator.
More women are taking a stand for womens heathcare rights in the U.S., including entrepreneurs. Participate in a dialogue that discusses how hacking the current healthcare system with tech products may be a way forward to lift up more women & provide them with quality healthcare experiences. For Maven Clinic, getting a birth control prescription is as easy as clicking on a link. Naya Health has improved the breast pumping experience, making it faster & easier for working mothers, ultimately giving them more of an opportunity to advance in the workplace (instead of having to spend hours of the day away from their desks). Spot On, the period & birth control tracker launched last year by PPFAs Digital Product Lab, makes it easy for every user to stay on top of their bodies, cycles, & birth control.
Doors open at 8:30 AM for bagels & coffee & an opportunity for networking, & our panel kicks off at 9:00 AM sharp. We cant wait to see you!
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