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Join Jacob Brace, Government and Community Affairs Manager for Google Fiber in Utah and Jim Brisimitizis, Founder of 5G Open Innovation Lab, as they discuss implementation of broadband connectivity within the health care system. Broadband connectivity is essential to democratize health-oriented information, applications and digital platforms while providing high quality of care that is accessible and equitable. Brisimitizis and Brace will cover how implementing technologies can optimize a better ecosystem through infrastructure that supports the adoption of certain health innovations.

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There are 15 seats at the table for the 90-minute discussion.

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Jacob Brace is the Government and Community Affairs Manager for Google Fiber in the state of Utah. As the local representative, he works with local cities, counties, schools, nonprofits and businesses, within existing service and expansion areas, and understands internet infrastructure, offerings and benefits. Additionally, Jacob works with local leaders, civic and nonprofit, on digital equity opportunities that identify and narrow the digital divide.

Jim Brisimitizis has over 20 years of enterprise, channel, and startup experience through companies such as Bell Canada, Nortel Networks, PeopleSoft, Oracle and over 13 years with Microsoft. Jim is the Founder of the 5G Open Innovation Lab in the Seattle. The Lab is a community partnership of private and public sponsors focused on discovering, accelerating, and promoting future 5G inspired used cases and innovation. Jim has led many internal innovation efforts from SMB mini-servers to hyper-scale computing HW/SW stacks. As an “intrapreneur” Jim appeals to opportunities that help large organization rapidly innovate new and emerging opportunities from concept to customer adoption.