Bose Public Affairs Group LLC is pleased to announce that Samuel Odle, senior policy adviser, will serve as the keynote speaker for BioCrossroads’ Frameworx event, “Emerging Opportunities for Hospital and Health System Engagement in Medical Technology Innovation.”
The free session is being held Tuesday, April 23, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at D’Amore, located on the 48th floor of Chase Tower at 111 Monument Circle in Indianapolis.
During the session, Odle will give a keynote presentation on the evolution of the medical technology industry’s relationships with physicians and hospitals, and the new opportunities available for healthcare delivery systems to play a key role in innovation through clinical research partnerships and collaborations. Following the keynote, Sheryl Conley, chief executive officer for OrthoWorx; Woodrow Myers, Jr., managing director for Myers Ventures LLC; and William Ringo, Jr., executive partner at Sofinnova Ventures, will illustrate the opportunities to engage with the life sciences industry and discuss ways to establish central Indiana as a preferred partner to drive innovation in this environment.
BioCrossroads developed Frameworx in 2010 in an effort to create an idea exchange platform for the Indiana life sciences sector.
Samuel Odle is a senior policy adviser for Bose Public Affairs Group. In this capacity, Odle works with clients on a variety of public policy issues involving health care and the life sciences.
Prior to joining Bose Public Affairs Group, Odle served as the chief operating officer of Indianapolis-based IU Health and held the position of chief executive officer of both Methodist Hospital and University Hospital.
To register for the event, visit and click the link for Frameworx.