Huntington Convention Center | Cleveland, OH
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For 10 years, Katie D. McMillan, MPH has dedicated her career to experimenting with technology to improve healthcare for patients and providers. Her experience spans multi-national global health projects, lean software start-ups, and large academic medical centers. Katie’s latest venture is the creation of the Mobile App Gateway at Duke University Health System. Launched in the summer of 2017, the MAG serves as a consulting firm for clinicians and researchers at Duke interested in using technology to improve healthcare. Katie has been involved in the ideation and creation of over 75 health apps. Her latest passion is the emerging niche of FemTech— digital health tools designed by and for women. Katie’s recent research include a deep dive into over 150 companies to understand the landscape of new apps, websites, telemedicine services, diagnostics and sensors to help women reach their healthcare goals. She founded the first OB-GYN digital health work group at Duke University Health Care to educate providers on FemTech as well as experiment with digital mediums to improve patient education and engagement.
FemTech is an emerging niche of digital health. From fitness trackers to fertility apps, period products to pregnancy monitoring (and more!) the field is exploding. Join our Katie D. McMillan, associate director, Duke Mobile App Gateway, as she shares insights into the investment opportunities in FemTech, main categories of apps and devices on the market, and how clinicians and researchers can learn about and help validate these new tools for women’s health.