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Few individuals know more about the intersection of health care and technology in government than Ryan Panchadsaram, the former U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer. Ryan, who served in the Obama administration, now works as an advisor at the renowned venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, where he helps the firm invest in disruptive companies that solve big problems and transform industries. “[Regarding] this shift to value-based care: the exciting part is that the system wins if it's done well. … Anyone who's putting the patient first with the efficiency mindset of getting them to be the healthiest they can and not pointing them to excess waste, those are the winners.” – Ryan Panchadsaram In this episode, Ryan talks to Lumeris Senior Vice President Nigel Ohrenstein and shares: ● What he learned from the technology debacle that followed the government’s $40 billion investment in Healthcare.gov ● Why data transparency is the key to achieving value-based health care outcomes ● How public-private partnerships can drive digital innovation and transform health care ● What the health care industry can learn from the Ubers and Airbnbs of the world, as well as the two things today’s most successful health care companies have in common ● His four key pieces of advice for budding entrepreneurs trying to disrupt their industries ● Who will win and lose in the new healthcare system Cited works: • Text Message Alert 1 Sound. Available at http://soundbible.com/2154-Text-Message-Alert-1.html. • ECG Sound. Available at http://soundbible.com/1730-ECG.html. • AM Radio Tuning Sound. Available at http://soundbible.com/2099-AM-Radio-Tuning.html. • Intro music. Marcus Gordon Household. August 2019. WAV File.

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