Sky Christopherson – OAthlete

Sky is an athlete turned entrepreneur, who started OAthlete to help athletes win a gold medal in the 2012 London Olympics.

Riaan Conradie – LifeQ

Riaan spent the past 6 years of his life focusing his entrepreneurial energy on the pursuit of his most committed vision: to create an ecosystem, underpinned by biomathematics and systems biology, that is able to deliver actionable and contextualized health improving content to all.  

Michael Blum – UCSF

Dr. Michael Blum is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Informatics and a Professor of Medicine in Cardiology at UCSF. As UCSF’s Chief Medical Information officer, Dr. Blum leads clinicians in the successful enterprise-wide deployment of Epic’s electronic health record as well as enterprise data warehousing.

Julien Penders and Kat Schuett

At Bloom Technologies Julien leads technology and product development. For Launch! this year, he’s debuts Bloom’s discrete, wireless wearable for expecting mothers to track contractions and other physiological changes in pregnancy to improve maternal and neonatal outcomes.

Michael Miyamoto – uncleCare

Michael is the Chief Medical Officer at uncleCare. At Health 2.0, Michael debuts a mobile-based software solution, the Heartizi System, that’s making a mark on the next generation of tools for remote care of chronic heart disease.

Manish Shah – PeerWell

Manish Shah is the CEO of PeerWell. This year at Health 2.0, he demos PeerWell’s platform that provides a community for user to keep up with their mental health.

Lexie Komisar – Clinton Foundation

Lexie Komisar is the Associate Director of Digital Health & Innovation of the Clinton Foundation’s Health Matters Initiative (CHMI). In that capacity, she drives the development of strategic partnerships and initiatives focused on technology, new media & innovation. At Health 2.0, she shares CHMI’s Community Health Tech Pilot Program, which operates in regions with disproportionate health outcomes to connects communities with health technology pilots.

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Kourosh Parsapour – Personal RN

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Vishnu Saxena – Diaspark

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Sky Christopherson – OAthlete

Sky is an athlete turned entrepreneur, who started OAthlete to help athletes win a gold medal in the 2012 London Olympics.

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Riaan Conradie – LifeQ

Riaan spent the past 6 years of his life focusing his entrepreneurial energy on the pursuit of his most committed vision: to create an ecosystem, underpinned by biomathematics and systems biology, that is able to deliver actionable and contextualized health improving content to all.  

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Michael Blum – UCSF

Dr. Michael Blum is the Associate Vice Chancellor for Informatics and a Professor of Medicine in Cardiology at UCSF. As UCSF’s Chief Medical Information officer, Dr. Blum leads clinicians in the successful enterprise-wide deployment of Epic’s electronic health record as well as enterprise data warehousing.

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Julien Penders and Kat Schuett

At Bloom Technologies Julien leads technology and product development. For Launch! this year, he’s debuts Bloom’s discrete, wireless wearable for expecting mothers to track contractions and other physiological changes in pregnancy to improve maternal and neonatal outcomes.

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Michael Miyamoto – uncleCare

Michael is the Chief Medical Officer at uncleCare. At Health 2.0, Michael debuts a mobile-based software solution, the Heartizi System, that’s making a mark on the next generation of tools for remote care of chronic heart disease.

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Manish Shah – PeerWell

Manish Shah is the CEO of PeerWell. This year at Health 2.0, he demos PeerWell’s platform that provides a community for user to keep up with their mental health.

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Lexie Komisar – Clinton Foundation

Lexie Komisar is the Associate Director of Digital Health & Innovation of the Clinton Foundation’s Health Matters Initiative (CHMI). In that capacity, she drives the development of strategic partnerships and initiatives focused on technology, new media & innovation. At Health 2.0, she shares CHMI’s Community Health Tech Pilot Program, which operates in regions with disproportionate health outcomes to connects communit ...
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