Grand Rounds Girl Geek Dinner 2018
Join us for a Girl Geek Dinner on Monday, December 10th, 2018 at the Grand Rounds office in San Francisco!
Enjoy great food and drinks, and build your network while you hear lightning talks given by women in engineering, product, and leadership. We’ll hear about the exciting work women at Grand Rounds are doing to change the patient experience in our complex healthcare system. People of all genders are welcome!
Welcome & Intro by Nupur Srivastava
Product Demo: “Summit” by Saba Munir
Talk Topic: “Driving Impact as an Individual Contributor” by Eve Shum
Talk Description: “Driving impact as an individual contributor in an organization can seem daunting. It’s difficult to generate the buy-in and momentum needed to propagate positive changes throughout a team and in some instances across multiple teams or stakeholders. Eve will share the methods she uses to positively impact a team from a lens of an engineer in the context of a bootstrap upgrade that the applications team recently completed.”
Talk Topic: “Leveraging Domain Expertise to Break Into Data Product Management” by Casey Patterson
Talk Description: “Administrative healthcare data is notoriously messy and comes with a steep learning curve, but it can be a gold mine for understanding care delivery and patient outcomes. Casey recently joined Grand Rounds’ Data PM team after starting with the company as a Data Strategy Analyst. She will describe how she leveraged her health services research experience to make the career change while growing use of this asset across the company.”
Girl Geek X Trusted Partner: Grand Rounds helps restore individual health and quality of life, and offers employers lower health care spend and higher employee productivity. Founded in 2011, the company provides an employer-based technology solution that connects members and their families to high-quality care. With Grand Rounds, employers get a personalized, high-performance network at scale, while their employees get the tools and support needed to navigate their care on their own terms.