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OneMedPlace announces panels for "OneMedForum 2009: Disrupters and Drivers in Eight Areas of Medical Technology" -- CEOs and investors to meet in unique format of focused sessions
Date:12/4/2008

OneMedPlace announced today the panels and format for its “OneMedForum 2009” finance conference, to be held January 13-14, 2009, in San Francisco at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel. Panels will address the “drivers and disrupters” affecting each of the following medtech sectors: Orthopedics and Spine; Central Nervous System and Neurostimulation; Cardiology; Urology and Sexual Health; Advances in Surgery; Wound Care; Diagnostics; and, Healthcare Information Technology.

NEW YORK (Business Wire EON) December 4, 2008 -- In addition to business development executives, panelists will include venture capitalists who have invested in the eight sectors to be featured. They include: Brook Byers, Kleiner Perkins Caulfield & Byers; Alison de Bord, Alta Partners; David Douglass, Delphi Ventures; Richard Ferrari, De Novo Ventures; Peter Fitzgerald, MD, Latterell Ventures; Fred Middleton, Sanderling Ventures; Teo Forcht Dagi, MD, HLM Venture Partners; and, Jim Shapiro, Kearney Venture Partners.

"The conference's unique format will provide focused networking whereby each panel session will showcase promising companies concentrated in that featured sector after the panel session concludes," said Brett Johnson, President of OneMedPlace and Program Chairman of OneMedForum 2009. "The idea is to put in one room, at the same time, CEOs and investors who are dedicated to the same sector and thus will share useful ideas with one another. We have been actively working a large investment community network to identify the promising companies in each of the areas to be highlighted."

Helping to identify companies is the OneMedForum Advisory Board, which recently added emerging company research analyst, author and entrepreneur Michael Moe, who has joined OneMedPlace as a special advisor. "In addition to founding one of the fastest-growing investment
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