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Sep 4
Council Opens Applications for 2019 Fellows Class

Today, the Nashville Health Care Council opened applications for the 2019 Fellows class, an annual initiative to explore new business strategies to address the greatest challenges facing the American health care system. Applications are open to top health care executives from around the country through Oct. 19, 2018. Founded in an era of unprecedented change…

Aug 29
Council, Nashville Capital Network Present “Developing Health Care Ventures”

On Tuesday, 300 health care industry executives, entrepreneurs and investment professionals attended “Developing Health Care Ventures: Investor and Entrepreneur Collaborations,” an annual event hosted by the Nashville Health Care Council and Nashville Capital Network (NCN). The panel featured executives and investors in high-growth health care companies who provided insights on what makes successful partnerships in…

Aug 21
Council Fellows Releases 2018 Year In Review

On the heels of the commencement of its 2018 class, Nashville Health Care Council Fellows has published its first white paper, 2018 Year in Review, sharing key insights from the initiative’s most recent discussions. The publication provides a snapshot of what proved to be top-of-mind for this year’s Fellows and faculty, collectively one of the…

Jul 26
Council Announces Staff Promotions

The Nashville Health Care Council is pleased to announce two staff promotions.   David Greider has been promoted to vice president of member services, after previously serving as director of membership. In his new role, he is responsible for overseeing the Council’s diverse membership network, building strategies for engagement and guiding initiatives to nurture Nashville’s…

Jun 25
In Nashville, a History of Collaboration is Spurring Healthcare Innovation at an Accelerated Pace

Heather Landi | Healthcare Informatics While Nashville may be well known as “Music City” for its rich history of country music, the city also has gained recognition as an incubator of healthcare innovation and services. Nashville is home to 400 healthcare companies, with 18 publicly traded healthcare companies headquartered there, generating more than $84 billion…

Jun 7
Letter from Acting Chief Technology Officer of HHS

At the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, we recognize that innovation happens all across the country. That’s why we wanted to celebrate the innovation happening here in Nashville and engage the huge number of startups in this digital health ecosystem. At Startup Day Nashville, the Office of the CTO and all of HHS…