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The best and the brightest in the healthtech industry sit down with the UCSF Rosenman Institute to discuss life, career, and lessons learned. Tune in for the lessons they’ve learned over their long and storied careers.
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When Austin Chiang joined Medtronic as the Chief Medical Officer for the Gastrointestinal business, he brought with him a remarkable blend of clinical expertise and a visionary approach to health communication. As a triple board-certified physician in Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology, and Obesity Medicine, Austin has always been at the forefront…
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When Dr. Monika Roots joined Bend Health as co-founder and President, she set out to revolutionize mental health care with innovative practices. A seasoned psychiatrist with a focus on child and adolescent care, Monika has consistently challenged the conventional limits of mental health services. In this second part of our series, we focus on a per…
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Welcome to Our Special Two-Part Series with Dr. Monika Roots In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we are excited to bring you a special two-part interview series with Dr. Monika Roots, a leader in mental health innovation. As the co-founder and President of Bend Health, Dr. Roots applies her extensive 16-year background in psychiatry, focusin…
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As we explore the story of a leader who combines caring and business smarts to achieve success in the medical technology world, today we are excited to feature, a standout figure in medtech. Since 2014, Leslie Trigg has led Outset Medical as CEO and became Chair in 2022. Her impressive career began at Guidant Corporation and included key roles at s…
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Margo Georgiadis is an accomplished leader in business and technology. She is currently the CEO of Montai Health and a CEO partner at Flagship Pioneering. Margo brings a rich tapestry of experiences, from her transformative leadership at Ancestry.com to influential roles at Google and McKinsey. Margo is an innovator and fearless leader. Embracing c…
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Join Dr. Ari Hoffman, an influential figure in healthcare and technology, as he shares his expertise and insights on improving healthcare systems and advancing technology in the field. Dr. Hoffman is the Chief Clinical Officer and Vice President at Collective Health. He also held pivotal roles at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), i…
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In a world where technology and healthcare converge, Munjal Shah, Co-Founder and CEO of Hippocratic AI, stands as a beacon of innovation and resilience. His journey began in the heart of Silicon Valley, where an early exposure to technology seeded a lifelong passion. From founding companies that caught the eye of tech giants like Google and Alibaba…
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Our guest Vivien Ho, a dynamic partner at Pear VC, a venture capital firm that invests in early-stage healthcare and life sciences companies. Vivien leads Pear's Healthcare practice, dedicating her expertise to human and planet health. She has founded the Pear's Female Technical Founders Circle and co-hosts the Healthcare Playbook Podcast. Vivien's…
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As Found's Chief Operating Officer, Sarah Jones Simmer brings a wealth of experience in shifting social norms to foster positive change. Drawing from this background, Sarah approached the complexities of diabetes with empathy, crafting an evidence-based weight care platform that harmonizes cutting-edge medicine with personalized coaching. Under Sar…
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During Cédric Kovacs-Johnson's pursuit of an undergraduate degree in chemical engineering, his initial focus didn't involve healthcare or business. However, the disparities in access and affordability in healthcare drove him to realizing how healthcare is another marketplace, waiting to be coordinated. Committed to improving efficiencies in communi…
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Our guest on this episode is Ruth Krystopolski, the President of Ayin Health Solutions at Providence Health Systems. Ruth's expertise in transforming healthcare policies, business strategies, and technological integration is nothing short of groundbreaking. Her role at Providence Health Systems has been integral in steering the course towards innov…
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We interviewed Mary Langowski, who was the CEO of Solera Health, the premier value-based omni-condition management platform. But as this airs, we are thrilled to learn that Mary will be moving to Chairman of the Solera Board of Directors and assuming the role of Executive Vice President and President of US Healthcare at Walgreens Boots Alliance. He…
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In his medical school journey, Christopher McGhee, co-founder and CEO of Current Health, received unfortunate news regarding his grandmother's health condition. This firsthand experience exposed the intricate challenges in hospital care logistics, revealing significant gaps between healthcare services and patient comfort. Despite the exceptional ca…
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We are thrilled to have Joe Connolly, Founder and CEO of Visana Health and a respected member of our Rosenman Founder Community, on our podcast. Joe's commitment to women's healthcare is deeply rooted in his personal experience, watching his mother battle an undiagnosed menstrual pain condition for over two decades. His journey has led him to champ…
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Coming from a family who aren’t afraid to plant big ideas and embracing risk-taking to achieve them, Fumi Mitsuishi has devoted her career to understanding the humane aspects of clinical psychiatry. Her rich experiences living in Japan, France, and the U.S. have fostered a deep appreciation for residing at the crossroads of diverse cultures and und…
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As a pre-med biomedical engineering major student, Robin Shah, Founder & CEO of Thyme Care, focused on the medical route before delving into the business side of medicine. During his undergraduate years, he worked summers dedicated to working with his father in their oncology clinic, realizing the need to bring high-value care into the community. T…
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If you’re an investor in biotechnology and MedTech companies, two things should always be at the top of your mind: trends and team dynamics. According to Andrew Farquharson, companies must be hitting relevant trends that will drive innovation and return for investors. They also have to exhibit good team collaboration, chemistry, and commitment. As …
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If you're intrigued by the intersection of healthcare and technology, two crucial elements should guide your attention: innovation and adaptability. Sean Mehra, with his unique blend of a biomedical engineering and pre-medicine background from Yale, coupled with an MBA from Stanford, perfectly embodies these traits. As a co-founder of HealthTap, a …
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When Rosalind Picard joined the MIT Media Lab faculty in 1991, she was given crucial advice—take risks. As a female engineer in a male-dominated field, Rosalind found the idea of venturing into the emotion-technology space | daunting, but she decided to take the risk anyways. Since then, Rosalind has co-founded two companies and written a book abou…
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When Sam Holliday embarked on his journey as the Co-founder & CEO of Oshi Health, he was driven by a powerful motivation—redefining healthcare around genuine patient needs. With personal ties to digestive health issues in his family, Sam saw the profound impact of quality, whole-person care firsthand. In today's episode, Sam shared his role in shap…
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A running theme on our podcast is how health technology can best improve the patient experience. At Ribbon Health, Nate Maslak brings a one-size-fits-all solution to the table: increasing patient access to information. Costs, quality, and availability are just some of the factors influencing patients’ everyday healthcare decisions that remain widel…
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Brain-computer interfaces allow people with neurological diseases to control external devices, such as a robotic arm, using their minds alone. While the technology has existed for over twenty years, it has only recently moved into mainstream medical practice. A company called Precision Neuroscience is pioneering this transition. Precision President…
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What is the optimal level of intervention for a child with autism? How can we predict the outcome of the intervention? How many hours a week should we be spending on treatment? While these questions are often easily answered for predictable conditions like diabetes, they are much harder to pinpoint for behavioral health disabilities. Co-founder and…
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Whether you’re an entrepreneur, investor, lawyer, or even an engineer, knowing how to tell your story can be critical to your success. Having worked in all these professions at one point in his life, Peter Socarras firmly believes this—and, he can attest to it. From patent attorney to Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at Nevro, Peter’s mult…
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While many of us have quickly adapted to a post-pandemic world, others are still reeling from its effects. For working parents, the pandemic revealed how juggling work with caregiving responsibilities can often be more of a burden than a joy. At Magnify Ventures, Joanna Drake, the Co-Founder and Managing Partner, is shifting some of this burden to …
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