Donna Cryer is CEO of the Global Liver Institute, a collaboration platform for the liver community. With an impressive resume of patient advocacy from the White House to her consultancy firm CryerHealth, Donna will position professional patient advocacy within the framework of both her own personal experience as a liver transplant recipient and across the clinical spectrum.
In the past, Drew’s has joined Health 2.0 as a speaker, exploring how system integration and API’s developed at his company, Validic, but this Fall Drew provided context for the breakout session, “Connected the Dots: Tools for Connected Care Teams” and spoke to Validic’s powerful data engine.
Esther is recognized as one of the world’s most original and insightful voices on personal and professional relationships. Known for her keen cross-cultural pulse, Esther shifts the paradigm of our approach to modern relationships. Her innovative models for building strong and lasting relationships have been widely featured in the media, and her critically acclaimed viral TED talk reached nearly 5 million viewers in the first year. At Health 2.0 she shared the importance of relationships and intimacy in health.
With a Diabetic father Gabe strives to build a system that makes it easy for providers to find, access and engage with his father. Through the Wellcentive platform, providers search for specific patient groupings, set and adjust interventions and treatment pathways all while being able to understand and grasp cost per patient.
As Mobile Health Manager at Janssen Healthcare Innovation, a newly created business within Johnson & Johnson, Fran aims to help reinvent care delivery. We’ve been really impressed with his ideas about how a pharma company can support big changes across the system and he shared his thoughts with us at Health 2.0.
Girish Navani is CEO and co-founder of eClinicalWorks, a leader in ambulatory health care IT solutions. Navani helps set the company’s vision, leading efforts to grow and expand all aspects of the business, and actively contributes to the development, design, and architecture of its products. He was named a 2010 Mass High Tech All-Stars honoree and received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2009 Award in the Healthcare Technology category in New England. Navani also was chosen for the Boston Business Journal’s 2006 40 Under 40 list of entrepreneurs and innovators. Prior to co-founding eClinicalWorks, Navani led successful IT and business initiatives at Fidelity Investments, Aspen Technology, and Teradyne. He holds a Master of Science in Manufacturing Engineering from Boston University. Girish was recently featured in both Forbes and the New York Times.
After leading Allscripts for 15 years and as a Managing Partner of 7Wire Ventures, Glen chat with Matthew about his experience moving between successful companies, launching a glass-blowing studio, and even giving our audience the first peak at Livongo Health in a live demo.
Greg’s career reads like the Forrest Gump of IT: he worked at DARPA in the dawn of the Internet, founded his own Internet start-up in 1994 and grew it to $10M, managed the developer surge at FEMA during Katrina, and lead the development team at Secure Flight team at TSA when it went live. Now with daVinci.io he builds apps with a mission – including a PHR that consolidates existing health records onto the user’s mobile device.
Mohinder Jaimangal is Co-founder of Curve Tomorrow which has recently partnered with James Dromey at the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute in Melbourne to build a pipeline of disruptive digital health products, including Sonny, which launched at Health 2.0. Sonny leverages the XBOX Kinect platform to more accurately track the progress of physical rehabilitation.