CEO of World’s First Smart First Aid Kit Speaking at HTF Innovation Conference on May 22
Menlo Park, Calif. – Ram Fish, CEO of 19Labs, a startup that’s reinvented the first aid kit into the world’s first smart, portable health center (www.19labs.com), is scheduled to speak at the 2016 Annual Health Technology Forum (HTF) Innovation Conference held at Stanford University on May 22nd and May 23rd, 2016.
Mr. Fish, a former Samsung and Apple executive, will be speaking at 3:30 pm on Sunday, May 22nd, as part of the Home and Community Systems Innovation Panel. He will introduce attendees to GALE, the company’s smart portable health center that brings together live medical expertise, interactive first aid guides, supplies and the latest health sensors all in one place. Joining Mr. Fish on the panel are Alex Go, CEO and founder of LivWell, and Michael Jacobs, Senior Director of Health and Wellness at Walmart. The panel will be moderated by Dr. Sophia Chang, Chief Clinical Innovation Officer at Caremore Health Plan.
The HTF Innovation Conference promotes the intersection of health care and technology, with the goal to connect people who share the common interest of making healthcare better, more accessible, and more affordable for everyone. GALE by 19Labs aims to do the same for families and businesses everywhere by transforming the way we experience and respond to first aid.
To learn more about GALE by 19Labs or to schedule a demo, please visit www.19labs.com.
19Labs develops products for organizing remote health services. The company’s first product, GALE, is a reinvented first aid kit, which integrates health know-how, supplies and sensors into an all-in-one smart portable health center. The company was founded by former Apple executive Ram Fish, a serial entrepreneur who most recently led digital health at Samsung, developed AT&T’s EverThere monitoring device and drove strategy for Nokia devices. 19Labs is located in Menlo Park, California.