100 WHF Event: Healthcare Investing in the Trump Era
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100 WHF Event: Healthcare Investing in the Trump Era

When: Wednesday, June 7th
4:30 registration; 5:30 prompt start time
Where: 555 Mission Street
Deloitte Services, LP and Adaptive Healthcare Fund, LP
San Francisco, California  94105
United States

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100 Women in Finance

Healthcare Investing in the Trump Era

Where is US healthcare heading? What are the investment opportunities in the sector? The prospect of a repeal and replace of the Affordable Care Act of 2010 casts a shadow on the healthcare and pharmaceutical industries. Many investors are taking a wait and see attitude, while others may view this as the time to move on.

Harry Nelson and Robert Fuller have scanned the big picture and dug into the details in their recent book, From ObamaCare to TrumpCare: Why You Should Care. They will share their perspectives and forecasts in an interactive, constructive dialogue. Take a deep dive into the ongoing analysis of the transformation of the healthcare and related industries. Learn how developments are likely to play out in practical terms, including private investment opportunities in healthcare in California and beyond.

DATE: Wednesday, June 7th, 2017

TIME: 4:30 PM Registration.
We will begin promptly at 5:30 PM; please arrive early.
Networking and cocktails prior to session.

HOST: Deloitte Services, LP and Adaptive Healthcare Fund, LP

LOCATION: 555 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

DIRECTIONS: click here

SPEAKERS: (scroll down for full bios)
Robert Fuller, Co-Chair, Adaptive Healthcare Fund
Harry Nelson, Co-Chair, Adaptive Healthcare Fund
Mindy DominekModerator, Managing Director, Deloitte & Touche LLP

RSVP Required


For questions about registration please contact Sanem Alkan sanem@samadvisory.com





Robert Fuller

Co-Chair, Adaptive Healthcare Fund

Rob Fuller is the Co-Chairman of Adaptive Healthcare Fund’s investment committee, and a partner at Nelson Hardiman. Mr. Fuller has a long record of hands-on leadership in the healthcare industry and has served as chief operating officer of a hospital for over a decade. Mr. Fuller is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and has served on numerous hospital association, trade group, and vendor-specific quality improvement and operations committees. His business work in healthcare includes redesigning hospital clinical operations, supply chain management re-engineering, clinical informatics integration, health insurance brokerage management, hospital operations management, cooperative governmental and private sector response planning for terrorist acts, primary care delivery restructuring, emergency medicine coordination, and supervisory and management training. As a lawyer, he has represented hundreds of healthcare businesses at all levels of the continuum of care in asset and business purchases, financing, services contracting, compliance, and litigation of all kinds. As a consultant, he has advised on mergers and acquisitions, promoted corporate debt restructurings and equity investments, and guided specialty capital sourcing for transactions and the working capital needs of his clients. Mr. Fuller’s legal expertise extends to trial and appellate work, transactional experience in mergers, acquisitions, financings and reorganizations, criminal defense, and regulatory work. Besides all aspects of healthcare, he advises clients on antitrust, general corporate governance, nonprofit regulation, general commercial and real estate law. Mr. Fuller is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Fordham Law School.

Harry Nelson

Co-Chair, Adaptive Healthcare Fund
Harry Nelson is the Co-Chair of Adaptive Healthcare Fund’s investment committee, as well as a founder of Nelson Hardiman, LLP, a leading healthcare regulatory law firm. He combines broad and deep understanding of healthcare regulations, operations, and reimbursement, with thought leadership about the future of the healthcare industry and problem-solving that healthcare organizations will need to survive and thrive. He and the firm he founded have established a track record of real leadership at the nexus of healthcare and business challenges, bringing strategic and practical solutions to vexing industry problems. In the process, they have emerged as a significant point of confluence of healthcare innovators and investment capital in Southern California, making dozens of marriages in the normal course of the firm’s business law and consulting practice, as well as advising on hundreds of healthcare investment opportunities ranging from traditional healthcare sectors (hospitals, post-acute, behavioral health, physician organizations, pharmacies) as well as cutting edge digital health and life sciences companies. Mr. Nelson is a graduate of the University of Michigan.

Mindy Dominek

Managing Director, Deloitte & Touche LLP

Mindy Dominek is the Managing Director of Deloitte & Touche LLP’s Financial Services group. She is the Audit Director in the West Coast Investment Management team with over 20 years of experience. Ms. Dominek has served large public and private clients in the asset management, banking and securities industries. She has extensive experience auditing investment funds, including mutual funds, hedge funds, fund of funds, private equity funds and venture capital funds. In addition to financial statement audits, Ms. Dominek also has experience with readiness and examinations of internal controls over financial reporting under Sarbanes-Oxley 404, service auditor reports for broker-dealers and investment fund administration, and custody (SSAE16 Reports). Ms. Dominek spent five years in Deloitte National Office as part of the Internal Inspections group leading the inspections of asset management engagements across the firm. She continues to serve as a National Team Leader over asset management inspections in addition to her client service responsibilities. Ms. Dominek is a graduate of the University of San Diego and is a Certified Public Accountant.