The SoPE Philadelphia Chapter brings together entrepreneurial professionals who want to apply their knowledge, experience, and innovation in the healthcare world. We welcome all interested in Healthcare, Medical Devices, Digital Health, and Biosciences. Are you a physician with a brilliant idea? Please join us! Are you a developer interested in launching a new program to improve our healthcare delivery? Come on over. Are you an investor looking for inspiration for your next big break? Please, join us too! Whether you are starting your entrepreneurial experience or interested in launching and scaling your tenth start-up, we gather an expert group that can help you bring your idea to fruition from start to finish.
Join us! We meet at quarterly meetings rich in presentations, provocative interactions and networking of like-minded individuals.
Five Top Reasons You Should Attend Philadelphia SoPE Chapter events
- 1. Learn by Example & perfect your own!
- 2. Understand what seasoned investors expect in real life terms
- 3. Networking with like-minded professionals
- 4. Create your own Due Diligence process
- 5. Be Part of It!
Paul Rosen, MD
Paul Rosen, MD is a pediatric rheumatologist at Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children. He serves as the Clinical Director of Service and Operational Excellence at Nemours. He serves as associate professor of pediatrics at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University. He is the faculty mentor for the business and leadership program for medical students at Jefferson. Dr. Rosen also serves as volunteer faculty at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine. He received a masters of public health degree from Harvard University and a masters of medical management degree from Carnegie Mellon University. He was named ‘One of the First 100 Innovators’ by the U.S Federal Government Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Dr. Rosen’s interests include patient-physician communication, family-centered care, team building across health disciplines, physician engagement, innovative health care delivery, and the patient experience. He teaches medical students about improving the patient experience.