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Technology > Education
Recorded: Dec 09, 2014 at 01:30 pm EST
Most startups fail. This 2 hour class is a concentrated overview of the Customer Development Process and the Business Model Canvas as tools to help founders and technologists of concept - stage startups in order to reduce the risk of failure. Topics: · What is Customer Discovery & Why do we do it? ·The Business Model Canvas · Crafting a good Hypothesis and Tests · Minimal Viable Product
Hello my name is Darrell Hyatt and I would like to welcome you to office hours. You may be wondering what exactly are office hours, they are a casual and open discussion of computer and technology issues. It is an opportunity for you to ask questions which you need answers to around the use of technology in general. Office hours will be held once a month and anyone is welcome to submit a question and I will try to get to answer as many as I can during the time that we have. My goal is to provide a place where individuals can feel comfortable asking technology related questions and to provide simple easy to understand answers to your questions. Please join me for office hours and submit your questions and allow me to provide the answers you need, and make technology more understandable and easier to use. Thank you very much.
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ATDC
Technology > Education
Recorded: Jun 10, 2014 at 01:30 pm EST
Description Most startups fail. This 2 hour class is a concentrated overview of the Customer Development Process and the Business Model Canvas as tools to help founders and technologists of concept - stage startups in order to reduce the risk of failure. Topics: · What is Customer Discovery & Why do we do it? ·The Business Model Canvas · Crafting a good Hypothesis and Tests · Minimal Viable Product
ATDC
Technology > Education
Recorded: Jun 09, 2014 at 01:30 pm EST
The ATDC Monday Speaker Series is a special opportunity for members to learn about critical topics chosen by ATDC. This program is designed to inform and enhance the experience of the entrepreneur, resulting in better decisions, better leadership, and better results. The Speaker Series is held during lunch time and we encourage you guys to bring yourself some food! There are plenty of great places just outside of the building to pick something up and bring to the event!
ATDC
Technology > Education
Recorded: May 21, 2014 at 01:30 pm EST
This four-part workshop teaches founders the essentials for a thorough understanding of their business models. We will discuss terminology that investors, banks, accountants expect you to know, understand and use, as well as the details and underlying assumptions of financial models. We will also dive into your individual business� financial model for specific advice.
This class will give individuals the opportunity to learn more about Dragon NaturallySpeaking, what it is and how it works. The class will be most beneficial for those people who are considering purchasing the program or those who have recently started using it and want to get the most from the program. I will be discussing many key topics including; training Dragon to recognize your voice effectively microphones tips and best practices There will be time for individuals to ask questions as we go along. I look forward to seeing you in this class. Thank you very much
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Amy Cueva, CEO of Mad*Pow, and Matthew Holt, Co-Chairman of Health 2.0 partner to teach �Driving Consumerism Digitally� a course focused on the growing role of digital technology in motivating health care consumerism. Together Cueva and Holt will address market trends in relation to digital technology, identifying technical breakthroughs that have challenged and changed the global and local health technology markets, and examine how technology innovation can and should change the landscape of our health care system. This course offers a unique opportunity to combine the insights of Amy Cueva, who has spent her career developing and designing successful technology innovation for consumers, and Matthew Holt, who is a loud and proud health care consumer advocate, researcher, writer, and expert in the field of health technology.
Jane Sarasohn Kahn brings her extensive and varied experience in health care to her course �Health Care Costs and Consumerism.� In this educational webinar Jane will discuss and analyze the rising health care costs experienced within our system and how the changing role of the consumer can impact these costs. Health care costs per capita have reached enormously high prices and our system is having an increasingly difficult time managing these costs. Recently, we have seen technology encourage a more transparent health care system and more engaged consumer. In order to ensure the Health 2.0 community has the most up to date information, Jane will be providing a detailed definition of health care consumerism, identifying the market drives behind the growth of consumerism in health care, the implications for increased health care consumerism in our health care system, and she will share her market forecasts for the next 5 years of health consumerism.
Graph Theory can be applied to networks of doctors and hospitals in order to improve care coordination and protect profits. This course will go over the basic concepts of graph science, with the intention of applying the concepts to the DocGraph data set. Learning Points: Understand notions of centrality and graph traversal. Understand influence patterns Understand what a network motif is and why you would want to search for them Understand how to translate healthcare issues to solvable graph problems.
ATDC
Technology > Education
Recorded: Sep 25, 2013 at 01:30 pm EST
Top 10 Points for Raising Money From VCs How To Do It Right From a Seasoned Veteran Presented By: John Yates Morris, Manning & Martin John C. Yates is the partner-in-charge of the Technology Practice. Mr. Yates is one of the pioneers of the technology law field and has been practicing exclusively in this area for over 30 years. The firm’s technology practice has represented hundreds of technology companies and provides legal services in such areas as IPOs, mergers and acquisitions, patent prosecution, Internet law, biotech and medical devices, ecommerce/distribution, corporate finance and venture capital, international law and dispute resolution. Mr. Yates is also a member of the firm’s IndUS Group, Data Center Law Group and Mobile Law & Compliance Group. Mr. Yates is currently co-authoring a book, entitled "The Art of Business Friendship,” and is a columnist for various online computer and legal publications. He was selected as a "Georgia Super Lawyer” in the fields of Business/Corporate (Technology) in 2004 - 2012 and is among the top five percent of the state’s attorneys to be so honored.
How To Talk Tech for Non-Technical Founders Presented By: Jennifer Bonnett ATDC Are you a non-technical founder? Are you looking for a technical co-founder? Or considering outsourcing the development of your MVP? In this session, "recovering CTO", Jen Bonnett will explain terminology, methodologies and teach you about tools to help you manage the technology process. We'll discuss Agile vs. Waterfall. What Different Technology Roles that you need to be considering for your team? Where do you find great technology people to join your team? How do you incentivize them on limited funds? Should you Outsource?
In this class Aman Bhandari and Dr. Tom Tsang will address how two recent major legislative actions, HITECH and the Affordable Care Act, are impacting the use of data in health care. Aman and Tom will draw from their extensive work inside both government and the private sector to describe how the two are simultaneously using data to drive cost savings and open new HIT markets via greater transparency. In addition they will share their vision for data partnerships at Merck and discuss how data is changing the pharmaceutical industry business model. The learning objective of this class will be to: 1. Review the data linkages between HITECH and the ACA and how both together are creating a health data ecosystem 2. Distill the "big" data related provisions in the ACA 3. Discuss the evolution of one of the most data related critical aspects of this legislation called quality measures and how this is tied to payment In this online course series from Health 2.0, four leading industry experts will teach how new applications of big data are transforming their corner of health care. This is an opportunity to gain practical insights on how to use data intelligently and think about it strategically in your particular area of disruption. Each class is 60 minutes followed by 30 minutes of Q&A. Each class is live, interactive, and personal, and takes advantage of Learn It Live's cutting edge virtual classroom platform. This course is for entrepreneurs, executives, data scientists, and clinical leaders. Sign up now!
 
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