It’s easy to focus on the shortcomings that currently exist in healthcare. Big data offers challenges and opportunities. So does predictive analytics. Despite the potential to improve, there’s already progress to showcase — especially reviewing startups and innovators operating in Minnesota’s Medical Alley.
About Björn Stansvik
As founder and CEO of MentorMate, Björn has steered the company’s activities since inception to its current size of 300 full-time employees and 800+ projects delivered worldwide. He holds a Master’s of Science in Business Administration from the Gothenburg School of Economics, and has worked in high-tech and strategic business development in Europe, Latin America and the United States at leading companies including Procter & Gamble, Ericsson and Arthur D. Little prior to founding MentorMate in 2001.
In 2015, MentorMate launched MobCon Digital Health, a one-day conference featuring the top medical industry experts and healthcare IT innovators discussing the emerging models of healthcare. Uniquely positioned in the heart of “Medical Alley” along with 700 healthcare companies including UnitedHealth Group, Medtronic, and Boston Scientific, MobCon Digital Health features keynote presentations by some of the top minds in the industry, plus educational and interactive demonstrations, and unprecedented industry networking opportunities.
Entries by Björn Stansvik
The key to safeguarding the relevancy of our position rests on our collective ability to integrate it with the emerging Digital Health engine gaining momentum locally.
Big Data is on the tip of everyone’s tongue these days, and it’s no surprise, considering the massive amounts of data we all generate every day. While most industries are already recognizing the value of capturing and analyzing big data, the healthcare industry has just begun to dip its feet in the big data pool. […]