BTIG to Host Digital Health Forum on November 21, 2022

New York – November 17, 2022 – BTIG announced today that its Digital Health Forum will take place on Monday, November 21, 2022. The virtual, one-day, private client event will include thematic panel discussions, one-on-one meetings and company presentations. The event will be hosted by Marie Thibault, BTIG Medical Technology and Digital Health Analyst, and David Larsen, CFA, BTIG Healthcare IT and Digital Health Analyst.

“This event brings digital health, healthcare IT and medical technology companies together to discuss the latest advancements in this disruptive space,” noted Ms. Thibault. “We expect BTIG’s institutional investor clients to benefit from learning about key issues like regulation, reimbursement, and commercial scale in this rapidly changing industry.”

Discussion topics for the event include primary care that treats the patient like the customer, digital first and VBC products for plans, pharmacy services to improve total health, prescription digital therapeutics, as well as technologies ushering in next-generation diagnostics, therapies and surgeries.

“As the market moves past COVID, health plans and providers are seeking new ways to deliver high quality, cost-effective care,” said Mr. Larsen. “This event will host companies that are leading the industry forward into new care models. We are excited to connect investors with corporate management teams that share a common interest in healthcare growth and innovation.”

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