ABAIM Office Hours (with SoPE)
Monthly Topic: AI Law
First Friday Entrepreneurship Office Hours are an open discussion forum where interested parties can gather to ask questions about biomedical and clinical entrepreneurship with a focus on digital health and AI entrepreneurship.
The sessions are moderated by Arlen Meyers, MD, MBA, President and CEO of the Society of Physician Entrepreneurs (SoPE) at www.sopenet.org and a member of the ABAIM advisory committee.
There will be a mini-topic presentation with a guest, focused Q&A, and an open discussion forum. Sample mini topics include:
- How and where to find money for your venture
- What to do with your idea
- How to work with other members of the innovation ecosystem and where to find them
- Non-clinical career development
Limited to 25 participants
Arlen MeyersSoPE President & Co-Founder
Dr. Meyers is a retired professor of otolaryngology, dentistry, and engineering at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical campus and President and CEO of SoPE. He is a Strategy Advisor to Medical Intelligence 10 (MI10), a healthcare AI consulting group. He has founded several medical device companies and is also the cofounder of a medical tourism company. His primary research centers around biomedical and health innovation and entrepreneurship and life science technology commercialization. He consults for and speaks to companies, governments, colleges and universities around the world who need expertise and contacts in the areas of bio entrepreneurship, bioscience, healthcare, healthcare IT, medical tourism — nationally and internationally, new product development, product design, and financing new ventures. Dr. Meyers is a Fulbright Scholar and a former Harvard-Macy Fellow. A devoted and prolific member of the SoPE community, Dr. Meyers also leads the Colorado Chapter of SoPE.
Cynthia StamerManagement Solutions Lawyer, Cynthia Marcotte Stamer PC
Cynthia Marcotte Stamer, P.C. helps business, government and community organizations manage people, performance and risk to capitalize on opportunities, enhance operational effectiveness and legal defensibility and prevent and solve crises and other problems. Our clients include domestic and international businesses, associations, community organizations and their leaders. We help our clients develop, use and defend legal and other strategies to manage legal, operational and other risks, to enhance business and operational effectiveness, to reengineer people, processes and culture, and to solve other problems. When working with clients, we apply in-depth experience with human resources and employee benefits, health care, insurance and risk management, corporate operations and compliance, and other legal and operational experience with a healthy dose of common sense to assist clients to formulate pragmatic business and legal operational and risk management strategies taking into account the financial, operational, political, legal and other realities confronting the client. We emphasize accessibility and responsiveness to clients.
Matthew DeCamp Associate Professor, University of Colorado Center for Bioethics & Humanities and Division of General Internal MedicineMatthew DeCampAssociate Professor, University of Colorado Center for Bioethics & Humanities and Division of General Internal Medicine
– Internist (primary care) engaged in empirical and conceptual research in bioethics to identify and solve contemporary problems at the intersection of health policy and bioethics
– Special interests in social media ethics, meaningful engagement of patients in health care organizations, and global health ethics (with a focus on short-term global health training ethics, see http://ethicsandglobalhealth.org)
– Completed an investigation of patient engagement in accountable care organization governance (ACOs) funded by a K08 from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality