Presented by: Impact Pediatric Health
Impact Pediatric Health, Session 3
Monday, March 14
12:30PM - 1:30PM
Hilton Austin Downtown
500 E 4th St
The nation's four largest pediatric hospitals invite you to attend the second annual ImpactPediatricHealth.com event at SXSW. We’re showcasing leading digital health and medical device startups that are passionate about making a positive impact on the health of our babies, kids and teens. While our patients may be small, we know that kids aren’t just little adults - they bring a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Join Boston Children’s, Cincinnati Children’s, Texas Children’s, and Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia as we connect providers, venture funds, industry, and innovators to foster pediatric innovation.
Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
Lynne Chou O’Keefe joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers in 2013 and focuses on digital health and connected devices. She works alongside entrepreneurs to develop impactful technologies and the...Show the rest
Lynne Chou O’Keefe joined Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers in 2013 and focuses on digital health and connected devices. She works alongside entrepreneurs to develop impactful technologies and therapies for improving patients’ lives.
Before joining KPCB, Lynne had over twelve years of healthcare operating and investing experience. Most recently, Lynne worked for eight years at Abbott Vascular and Guidant in multiple roles and worked on the launch of over ten interventional cardiology and cardiac surgery product families both in the US and internationally. Most recently, Lynne lead the global launch of Absorb, the world’s first bioresorbable vascular scaffold, recognized by Wall Street Journal as Medical Device Technology Innovation of the Year and Popular Mechanics. Lynne was responsible for building the global commercial strategy and therapy development as well as playing a key role in the clinical, reimbursement, operational strategy for the therapy. Earlier in her career, Lynne worked at Apax Partners with a focus on software venture capital investing. In addition, Lynne worked at Goldman Sachs in the Mergers and Acquisitions group and worked on multiple multi-billion dollar acquisitions and sell side transactions in various industries.
Lynne earned a bachelor of science degree in industrial engineering from Stanford University and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.Hide the rest
Margaret has distinguished herself as a catalytic leader in health care, forging cross-sector partnerships that drive positive social impact. At HopeLab Margaret leads a multidisciplinary team comb...Show the rest
Margaret has distinguished herself as a catalytic leader in health care, forging cross-sector partnerships that drive positive social impact. At HopeLab Margaret leads a multidisciplinary team combining behavioral science, user-centered design, rigorous research and partnerships with innovators to create technologies and products that help people thrive. She is passionate about bringing together government, non-profit and private-sector stakeholders interested in advancing the role technology can play in supporting and improving health and well-being, with a particular focus on improving care and outcomes for underserved populations.
Prior to HopeLab, Margaret spent 17 years at the California HealthCare Foundation in a number of roles, including Director of Public Financing and Policy and Director of the Innovations for the Underserved program. She also founded the CHCF Health Innovation Fund, a mission-focused fund investing in health care technology and service companies that improve access to and lower costs of health care.Hide the rest
VP Entrepreneurship & Innovation
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Patrick specializes in strategic growth and new business initiatives, inception to implementation ventures, local and national partnerships with Fortune 500 and governmental/multinational organizat...Show the rest
Patrick specializes in strategic growth and new business initiatives, inception to implementation ventures, local and national partnerships with Fortune 500 and governmental/multinational organizations, seed stage, Series A/B capital raises, team management and investor relations.
Over the past decade, he has built or helped to build a variety of businesses, most notably Recyclebank, Nanny Caddy, Philadelphia Distilling, Deliveroo, ChargeItSpot, SeedInvest, Bungalow Insurance, Haystack Informatics, Mavuno Harvest, and Philly Car Share among many others.
Patrick currently teaches entrepreneurship at the MBA and undergrad levels and is a formal mentor in Wharton's Venture Initiation Program (VIP). Previously, he was Managing Director at DreamIt Ventures, one of the top startup accelerators in the country with programs in Philadelphia, New York, Austin, Baltimore/DC and Tel Aviv.
Patrick received his BA from the University of Pennsylvania and his JD from Fordham University School of Law.Hide the rest