At Lumiata, Ash drives the mission to democratize medical science. Lumiata’s unique medical graph enables the best of medical science on-demand with a ‘GPS’-like health navigation system, giving healthcare stakeholders, of all size, a window into a patient’s current and future health, care, risk, and cost. The Lumiata API is currently being piloted by a number of Health 2.0 companies.
In addition to leading Providence’s healthcare venture fund, Aaron leads early stage technology investments, commercialization of PHS intellectual property and digital alliances. He’ll speak about Providence’s role as Boeing’s ACO and how technology can help manage and mitigate risk as we move towards value-based care. Prior to PHS, he worked for Amazon, McKinsey & Company, and was a founder of two early-stage venture-backed technology companies.
After the live Livongo Launch, CTO Adnan explored what it takes to make a connected smart device for chronic disease management.
The Noom Weight Loss Coach is an interactive app that’s like having your own personal nutritionist & fitness trainer right in your smartphone. It uses a patented, hyper-intelligent coach, which selects manageable, customized, and 100% relevant tasks to help you lose weight and get fit.
In addition to being a practicing physician, Andy leads the team at OMI where they’re creating a new patient-focused health care model to address complex diseases including: Autism, Lyme, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Parkinson’s. To do this they’re working closely with clinical and research experts around the world and collaborating with leading big data solutions providers. Andy’s data-driven efforts combine genomic/molecular science, clinical medicine, health care systems research, patient-engagement and informatics.
Together Clifford and Gabe addressed the future of innovation and partnership across the landscape.
Orlando Gonzales, Chief of Staff for Engagement and Bill Silberg, Director of Communications at the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) announced the winner of the PCORI Matchmaking App challenge to connect researchers and patients for partnership in patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR), and spoke to the future of challenges in driving digital health.
In addition to being an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Genetics, and by courtesy, Medicine, Pathology, and Computer Science, at Stanford University and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Atul is also a founder of three investor-backed companies and has been recognized by the White House as an Open Science Champion of Change for promoting science through publicly available data. At Health 2.0 Atul will talk about the fusion of medicine and big data.
At Intuitive Surgical, a high technology Silicon Valley-based company that makes the da Vinci surgical robot, Catherine is responsible for strategic planning of new developments, identifying key new technologies for incorporation into the robotic platform, and conducting surgical labs to evaluate prototype devices and technologies. At Health 2.0 Fall we heard what role robots will play in surgeries of the future as well as what it means for cost.