Raising Capital & Growing Businesses in the Healthcare Industry
Presented By: Huntington National Bank
It takes capital to fuel the growth of health care and life sciences businesses, including those focused on the technology that powers those industries. So how best to raise capital? How much is enough? What do the financing options look like? And how do you use the capital to grow your company? Join a panel of executives and experts as they discuss how they’ve fueled growth and their insights into trends in the healthcare industry.
Following a 40-minute panel discussion you will have the opportunity to meet the speakers and ask questions during a 20-minute video Q&A session.
Senior Vice President – Corporate Healthcare Banking
Huntington National Bank
On June 9, 2021, Huntington Bank competed its merger with TCF Bank. Jamie has joined the Corporate Healthcare Banking line of business as an executive leader at Huntington Bank. Previously, Jamie was the Regional President of Ohio for TCF Bank. Jamie joined TCF Bank (now Huntington Bank) in May of 2013 and successfully built, grew, and managed the Northeast Ohio Region. Jamie was responsible for leadership, growth, strategic alignment, and profitability of the bank and its businesses including commercial banking, treasury management, private banking/wealth management, mortgage banking, and retail banking. Jamie’s 29 years of experience includes commercial banking, investment banking, and consulting. In the financial services industry, Jamie successfully built, grew, led, and managed six profitable businesses totaling growth of $4.6 billion.
Chief Operating Officer
University Hospitals Health System
Eric H. Beck, DO, MPH, is the Chief Operating Officer of University Hospitals Health System. Prior to becoming COO, Dr. Beck served as President of UH Ventures - the innovation, commercialization, and venturing division of the UH system.
Dr. Beck has more than 20 years of experience as a leader in health care delivery and integrated systems of care. He brings deep expertise in health care operations, post-acute care, population health, physician practice management, clinical innovation, digital health and value-based payment. Dr. Beck has a solid track record of business innovation and success. He joined UH from the University of North Texas Health Science Center where he served as President and CEO for the UNT Health clinical enterprise, as well as Associate Professor and Chair for the Department of Emergency Medicine and Associate Professor of Public Health.
Previously he was a senior executive for Envision Healthcare, a Denver-headquartered, Fortune 500, publicly traded health care services organization. He served both as Envision Healthcare’s CEO for Integrated Delivery and President and CEO of the Evolution Health subsidiary.
Founder & CEO
Lance joined Within3 as Chief Executive Officer in 2007. He steers the ship that fosters more active discussions to uncover meaningful insights and accelerate the delivery of new medical therapies and technologies to market. Under his leadership, the 20 largest global pharmaceutical manufacturers have come to place their trust in Within3’s communication platform and value proposition while the team continues to innovate. “When key healthcare stakeholders - caregivers, patients, scientists, physicians, and policy makers - share ideas everyone's healthcare improves,” Lance says. Within3 is committed to breaking down healthcare communication barriers and driving innovation throughout the industry. “The Within3 team is amazing. Every single person on staff is smart, motivated, collaborative and leaves their ego at the door in the interest of advancing our mission.”
Prior to joining Within3, he served as Vice President and General Manager of webMethods' worldwide Service Oriented Architecture software business. Publicly traded on the NASDAQ until its successful sale to Software AG in 2007, webMethods was a global player in the enterprise software market with total annual revenues exceeding $200 million. Other prior engagements include enterprise engineering and e-business architecture for IBM Global Services and National City Bank.
John is a senior healthcare executive with over 30 years of experience covering a wide range of market segments. Along with his history of launching successful small to mid-size companies and proven leadership and operating skills in large Fortune 100 companies, Mr. Palumbo offers a wealth of expertise in areas such as company transformation, strategic management, high performance culture skills, mergers and acquisitions and financial strategy and long-term budgetary oversight.
As Chairman of ValueHealth, Mr. Palumbo provides board-level oversight of company operations, including those of identified subsidiaries and consumer channel companies, and assists regional teams in growing sales and partner channels within their respective market.