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S6: #059: Martin Kelly on Collaboration with Startups and Corporates

27 minutes

 

In this episode I spoke with Martin Kelly, the CEO and co-founder of Health XL. Health XL provides a platform and services to connect people, companies, and solutions to lead the change needed in healthcare. But before I recently had a chance to meet and speak with Martin, I would probably have described Health XL as one of the most impactful organizations that I’d heard of, but that I knew very little about. When I was introduced to Martin late last year, and I learned more about their work, I knew I wanted to have him come on and share some of the work that Health XL is doing, and, importantly, share how you can also contribute to and benefit from being a part of their organization or taking part in their events.

Speaking of events, Martin and I talk about some of the Health XL events for early 2018. We recorded this a few weeks ago so unfortunately some of the events have passed – but there is an upcoming event in London, England taking place on Wednesday May 2, and when last I checked there were still a few spots available. So get online and visit healhthxl.com and apply to be a part of it. I’ll be there and we will be talking about Precision Medicine, Chatbots, Deep Learning for Drug Discovery, Digital Therapeutics and more. It’s going to be a great day, and the event is limited to 100 people so be sure to go apply now if you’d like to be a part of it.


Today's Topics:

  • Previous work with IBM smart camp and helping established IBM venture capital group
  • The catalyst that drove to creating HealthXL
  • Importance in networks of collaboration with entrepreneurs, innovators and health practitioners
  • Using Health XL's platform to connect with leaders and organizations
  • The entrepreneurial environment in Ireland and the current status of Digital Health


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