Judy Faulkner, CEO and founding father of Epic, a privately held healthcare software program firm, will be part of Dr. Tom Mihaljevic, Cleveland Clinic CEO and President, in a digital dialog as a part of the speaker sequence, Concepts for Tomorrow.
The free and digital occasion will happen at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 2.
Click here to register for the virtual event.
In 1979, Faulkner based Epic within the basement of an residence home with $70,000 in start-up cash and two half-time assistants. Since that point, Epic has grown with out enterprise capital or going public.
Faulkner obtained honorary doctorates from the College of Wisconsin (UW) and Mount Sinai in New York, a Grasp of Science diploma in laptop science from UW, and a Bachelor of Science in arithmetic from Dickinson School. After instructing laptop science for a number of years, Faulkner then labored as a software program developer, creating one of many first databases organized across the affected person.
At the moment serving on the UW Pc Science Board of Guests, Faulkner is a member of the Nationwide Academy of Drugs’s Management Roundtable and the Aspen Well being Technique Group. She has pledged that 99% of her property will go to philanthropy.
Cleveland Clinic’s speaker sequence, Concepts for Tomorrow, is digital for the rest of the yr because of security measures to assist forestall the unfold of COVID-19.