MedHealth Matchmaking Mixer

October 21–22, 2021

The MedHealth Matchmaking Mixer brings together hundreds of attendees for virtual matchmaking and discussions on how we can overcome healthcare challenges together.

Presented in Partnership With

Pure Michigan Business Connect logo
New Economy Initiative logo
William Davidson Foundation logo

Thank You to Our Sponsors

Keynote Sponsor

Beaumont Health

Panel/Breakout Sponsors

WEtech Alliance


Agenda ItemSpeaker(s)Recordings
Opening RemarksStacey Frankovich, MedHealthView Recording
Self-scheduled Matchmaking Meetings
Keynote: How Downmarket Disruptors are Localizing Care and Creating TrustJeff Bennett, HigiView Recording
Self-scheduled Matchmaking Meetings
Closing the Gap on Healthcare Disparities: A Look at the Past to Better Shape the Future

Katie Van Dorn, Public Sector Consultants

View Recording
Breakout Rooms
  • People who are aging or in long-term care facilities
  • People with healthcare hesitancies–Moderated by Cedric Mutebi, Wayne State University School of Medicine
  • People managing chronic diseases or comorbidities–Moderated by Padma Naidu, Medical Doctor
  • People facing housing or food insecurity
Self-scheduled Matchmaking Meetings
Coffee Break
Panel: Securing Patient Data, Ensuring Privacy, and Building Trust

Jonathan Gryak, Michigan Institute for Data Science
Phillip Olla, Audacia Bioscience
Richard Staynings, Cylera
Jennifer Tisdale, GRIMM

View Recording
Self-scheduled Matchmaking Meetings


Our platform will launch for all attendees on prior to the event. All registered attendees will be given early access to build their personal profiles, select their matchmaking interests, and browse other attendees’ profiles. They can also set their availability for meetings during the event and request meetings with others.

Building Your Profile

In addition to selecting your interests, you can also add a brief 280-character introduction to your profile (links are allowed). Use your introduction wisely—and creatively—to talk about your networking goals for the event. Consider the following questions when building your profile:

1) What is your organization’s name and what stage of development is it in?

2) What do you sell and who is the user?

3) What problem does your solution solve?

1) What is your fund’s name?

2) What is your fund type?

3) What type of companies do you invest in?

1) What is your organization’s name?

2) What healthcare innovation solutions are you looking for?

3) What partnership or collaboration opportunities are you looking for?

1) What is your institution’s name?

2) What healthcare innovation technologies are you interested in learning more about?

3) What partnership or collaboration opportunities are you looking for?

1) What is your organization’s name?

2) What types of innovators do you work with?

3) What type of entrepreneurial support do you provide?

Real People. Real Connections.

I made valuable connections with potential collaborators that would not have been possible otherwise. I feel the momentum of this growing and vibrant healthcare innovation ecosystem can benefit startups at any stage. This was a very well-organized event, and will look for future opportunities with MedHealth.

Matthew Wolf, CPR SAVE

The MedHealth Mixer was one of the best run digital partnering events I’ve seen.

Great coordination before, during and after the event!

Event Attendee

I thought it was great to educate attendees on the need for better care in underserved communities.

Event Attendee

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