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By most measures, 2020 was a pivotal year for healthcare. The coronavirus pandemic upended U.S. healthcare as we know it, highlighting brutal disparities in quality and access to care while pushing many hospitals to the financial brink. There was also a historically fast vaccine development and emergency authorization process, and large-scale testing the likes of which the United States had never attempted before.

The unrelenting attention on the U.S. healthcare system has driven record levels of investor interest, leading to all-time high fundraising amounts and eye-catching mergers and IPOs. Investors and other industry insiders have maintained that the pandemic, for all its devastation and upheaval, have pushed the healthcare industry forward 10 years in just six months.

Join us on Wednesday, February 10, at 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT as Business Insider’s senior healthcare reporter Megan Hernbroth hosts a live panel discussion with prominent healthcare venture capitalists on the future of healthcare.

In this webinar, we will talk to some of healthcare’s most notable investors including CRV’s Kristin Baker Spohn, Menlo Ventures partner Greg Yap, Oak HC/FT’s Andrew Adams, and Venrock partner Racquel Bracken.

These insiders will give a glimpse into what the industry is talking about after a tumultuous year in healthcare, and share their predictions for what is still to come in 2021.

Register for our event here. 

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