The Medical Alley Association hosted its 2022 Annual Dinner at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis on May 12. The sold-out event promised — and delivered — an evening of stimulating conversation, engaging speakers and an inspirational discussion with Olympic champion Michael Phelps.
Medical Alley is known for being a source of innovation in healthcare thanks to a thriving culture of startups. No company has been more influential in helping to build this culture and reputation than the global venture capital firm NEA. The Medical Alley Association was honored to welcome Emily Zhen, a Healthcare Investor from NEA […]
On February 20, the Medical Alley Association convened a roundtable of leaders from our community along with U.S. Representatives Angie Craig and Dean Phillips hosted by Best Buy about the growth of value-based care and the policy barriers to its expansion. A bit more than six months later, the group convened again and once again […]
The global nature of modern supply chains often means that success comes from improved relations with governmental entities, streamlined movement of goods around the world, and optimized processes. However, as discussed in our recent webinar, “Supply Chain Operations in the Age of COVID-19: What We Know & Where We Go” sponsored by King Solutions, an […]
“Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can.” At the first Women in Health Leadership event of 2020, speaker Erica Barnes used Arthur Ashe’s famous quote as the centerpiece of her talk that wove her personal story in with an inspirational message for the crowd. Erica’s story began with the struggle […]
Thank You To Our Sponsors Join Us At Our Next Women in Health Leadership Event Featuring Erica Barnes, Chloe’s Fight Rare Disease Foundation January 30, 2020
How important is it to know the price of something you already know you can’t afford? What is the value of something you don’t need? Do the price-signaling mechanisms that tell you Ferraris are nice cars apply to knee replacement surgery? November’s Leading the Conversation event started with one question – Does price transparency matter? […]
There seems to be a view in popular culture that life and personal development are linear. You go to high school, onto college, maybe grad school but maybe not, find a job, turn it into a career, rise through the ranks in the same field your degree is in until you retire to travel/write the […]