The MedTech Strategist Innovation Summit DUBLIN 2018 – Apr. 17-19 — Agenda

April 17th - 19th, 2018 The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin — Dublin, Ireland

Confirmed Speakers and Panelists

More to be Announced Soon!

 

 

David Cassak, Co-Editor-in-Chief, The MedTech Strategist and Managing Partner, Innovation In Medtech, LLC

Conference Host and Panel Moderator

David has more than 30 years of experience in the health care industry.  Prior to co-founding Innovation In Medtech, LLC, he served as Vice President, Content and Managing Director, Medical Devices for Elsevier Business Intelligence, A Reed Elsevier Company, now part of Informa Business Information, where he wrote extensively on the medical device industry for Windhover’s monthly publications, IN VIVO and START-UP.  He is also a frequent speaker before various companies and industry trade groups.

Prior to joining Elsevier, David worked for nearly 20 years at Windhover Information Inc., a company he founded with his partner, Roger Longman, which spun out the publications business of The Wilkerson Group, a leading management consulting firm at the time.

Stephen Levin, Co-Editor-in-Chief, The MedTech Strategist and Managing Partner, Innovation In Medtech LLC

Conference Host and Panel Moderator

Prior to co-founding Innovation In Medtech, Stephen Levin served as Editor-in-Chief of Medical Devices for Elsevier Business Intelligence, where he directed the company’s editorial coverage of the medical device industry, following Elsevier’s acquisition of Windhover Information in 2008.  This included managing the device content for the following publications: IN VIVO, START-UP, MEDTECH INSIGHT, The Gray Sheet, and The Silver Sheet, along with the IN3 medical device partnering conference series.  Stephen joined Windhover Information in 1997, where as Executive Editor, he specialized in covering the device industry, distribution, and legal issues.  He also served as the company’s General Counsel. He also formerly was an Editor of Health Industry Today, a leading publication in the health care industry.

Prior to joining Windhover, Stephen was Senior Counsel to the US Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, where he directed Senate investigations into a wide variety of areas including health care fraud and abuse, international organized crime, and corruption in federal contracting programs, while also participating in other Senate investigations including the Whitewater inquiry.  Before joining the Subcommittee, he was with the Federal Election Commission (enforcement and regulatory counsel) and the Department of Justice (international criminal law).