THE CATALYST FOR HEALTH TECH

Betsabeh Madani

Focused on addressing global challenges in health care, environment, and education, Betsabeh Madani has created and led a series of strategic partnerships and technology commercialization. Betsabeh is currently the VP of Strategy at Equicare Health, where she oversees market positioning, strategic partnerships, and vertical growth across Oncology and other chronic illnesses. Previously at Cerner Corporation, she navigated cross-functional initiatives covering overall corporate strategy, predictive analytics and population health.

Her career spans operations at start-ups (Boreal Genomics, and Peroxyium), scientific research in academia, management consulting at the Boston Consulting Group (organizational restructuring), and innovation commercialization at Mitacs across a diverse portfolio of clean technology, advanced engineering, agriculture, life sciences, and First Nations’ economic development.  Betsabeh holds Honors Bachelors in Physics and in Biochemistry from UVic, a Masters in BioMechanical Engineering from UBC, and a Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business MBA. Outside of work, she judges Engineering competitions, mentors women in STEM, and advises early-stage start-ups across technology and life sciences.

Focused on addressing global challenges in health care, environment, and education, Betsabeh Madani has created and led a series of strategic partnerships and technology commercialization. Betsabeh is currently the VP of Strategy at Equicare Health, where she oversees market positioning, strategic partnerships, and vertical growth across Oncology and other chronic illnesses. Previously at Cerner Corporation, she navigated cross-functional initiatives covering overall corporate strategy, predictive analytics and population health.

Her career spans operations at start-ups (Boreal Genomics, and Peroxyium), scientific research in academia, management consulting at the Boston Consulting Group (organizational restructuring), and innovation commercialization at Mitacs across a diverse portfolio of clean technology, advanced engineering, agriculture, life sciences, and First Nations’ economic development.  Betsabeh holds Honors Bachelors in Physics and in Biochemistry from UVic, a Masters in BioMechanical Engineering from UBC, and a Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business MBA. Outside of work, she judges Engineering competitions, mentors women in STEM, and advises early-stage start-ups across technology and life sciences.