SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OODA Health, a new company focused on removing waste and inefficiency from healthcare administration, today announced that two of their executives, Julie Skaff and Sophie Pinkard, will participate in a panel discussion at the Silicon Slopes Women in Tech event on Tuesday, October 30. More details are listed below. OODA Health’s Salt Lake City office, which opened in early 2017, serves as the company’s engineering hub.
What: Keynote speakers at the Silicon Slopes Women in Tech Panel Event
When: Tuesday, October 30th from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Where: Kiln, 400 W. 100 S, Salt Lake City
Why: The panel will discuss an important topic: Women in Technology. A recent Reuters study found that only 25% of IT jobs in the U.S. are filled by women. What can be done to change this? The panel will be moderated by Sara Jones, co-founder and COO of the Women Tech Council with an all-star lineup. Julie Skaff and Sophie Pinkard of OODA Health will be joined by Kimmy Paluch, co-founder at Beta Boom, and Sariah Masterson, Student Outcomes Advisor at V School and organizer at Girl Develop It. Both Skaff and Pinkard will be available after the event for interviews.
To Register, or for more information: https://siliconslopes.com/events/details/silicon-slopes-salt-lake-city-presents-women-in-tech-panel#/
OODA Health was founded by a team of seasoned healthcare entrepreneurs who envision a healthcare system freed from an estimated $400 billion in waste. The company’s mission is to transform healthcare administration by enabling real-time interactions between providers, payers and members. Using a collaborative and innovative approach, the company enables stakeholders to eliminate billions of dollars in waste and dramatically improve the payment experience for members.
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