Healthcare Leadership Series: An Evening with Tom McKinley, the General Partner at Cardinal Partners
in-person and virtual
All of us have changed the way we get our healthcare since the pandemic, and just as importantly the healthcare industry has changed as well. Learn from a distinguished venture investor how artificial intelligence, machine learning and blockchain has changed the health landscape and what it means for you. This will be an in-person event and you'll have the opportunity to speak personally with Tom.
In this fireside chat, Tom will discuss the following:
- Leadership lessons learned as a general partner of Cardinal Partners
- His journey as a Harvard University student to the founder and CEO of several healthcare companies
- The fireside chat will last 50 minutes, followed by a Q&A session.
"All of us have changed the way we get our healthcare since the pandemic, and just as importantly the healthcare industry has changed as well. Learn from a distinguished venture investor how artificial intelligence, machine learning and blockchain has changed the health landscape and what it means for you. This will be an in-person event and you'll have the opportunity to speak personally with Tom."
Tom McKinley has over 35 years of venture capital investment experience with a successful track record of helping entrepreneurs create significant and successful enterprises. Tom joined Cardinal Partners as an advisor in 2008, and since January 2009 has served as General Partner. Utilizing his over 35 years of technology investment expertise, Tom’s investment focus at Cardinal is in healthcare information technology, technology-enabled services, AI, ML, and blockchain in healthcare. Most recently, Tom has been the founding CEO and chairman of Prealize Health, a project in conjunction with Professors Arnold Milstein and Nigam Shah at Stanford University. Tom led the firm’s investment in 2009 in virtual care company, Teladoc Health (NYSE: TDOC), a telehealth services provider of doctor consults to consumers. At Opala, a data automation partner that makes payer-provider collaboration radically easy, Tom was the founding CEO and helped spun out a team from Premera Blue Cross.
Tom has served on the boards of U.C. Berkeley’s Entrepreneurs Forum and the Western Association of Venture Capitalists (WAVC). As an alumnus, Tom maintains close ties with Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, as well as Harvard University, where he serves as class secretary and started the Harvard College i3 Innovation Challenge, an undergraduate startup competition.
Tom received his AB degree in Economics from Harvard University, MS in Accounting from the Stern School of Business at New York University, and MBA from Stanford University Graduate School of Business.
January 31, 2023
5:30 - 7:30pm PT
Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP
4 Embarcadero Ctr, San Francisco
In-Person attendance HCSF Members: $25
In-Person attendance Non Members: $35
Drinks and food will be provided.
Virtual attendance HCSF Members: $0
In-Person attendance Non-Members: $10
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