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AWS Health Innovation Podcast
37 minutes | Jan 30, 2023
#41, JPM Special, Health Tech Bio - Trends from Across the Pond
Recorded at AWS & Wellington Partners “Health.Tech.Bio - Trends from Across the Pond” symposium at JPM, we welcome industry experts from the Israel Innovation Authority, Exscientia, Sofinnova Partners and Wellington Partners to share their insights on Europe’s unique contributions to healthcare & life sciences innovation. Learn more about how AWS enables healthcare & life sciences startups to grow and thrive at https://aws.amazon.com/startups/ and https://aws.amazon.com/health/.
27 minutes | Jan 23, 2023
#40, Alon Joffe, Eleos
Alon Joffe, CEO and co-founder of Eleos, discusses how he and his team have identified and addressed the barriers to receiving behavioral health treatment, why Eleos sees quality and administration as inextricably linked, and why he believes healthcare products must have both a financial and clinical ROI to be viable.
34 minutes | Jan 16, 2023
#39, Seth Sternberg, Honor
Seth Sternberg discusses the need to care for care professionals and how they’re developed, how to acquire & integrate a company into a high-growth startup and lessons learned managing a two-sided marketplace in the digital health space.
30 minutes | Jan 9, 2023
#38, Dr. Mary Rozenman & Dr. Chris Probert, insitro
Dr. Mary Rozenman, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Business Officer at insitro, and Dr. Chris Probert, senior machine learning scientist at insitro discuss how insitro’s discovery process can start on either the clinical or cellular side, why scale is so important in every aspect of insitro’s model, and why diversity of experience and background can be a powerful tool in solving hard problems.
22 minutes | Jan 3, 2023
#37, Voices of Change: A Compilation of Perspectives from HLTH 2022
Alex Merwin hosts a group of health innovation leaders from startups, investors, media and startup enabling organizations for a special HLTH compilation episode. We asked each innovator two questions: what is special about convening in-person at events in this post-covid world, and if they could wave a magic wand to eliminate any hurdle to health innovation what would they change and why. Thanks to our guests from Redesign Health, Maven Clinic, Luma Health, Health Gorilla, Matter, Mission Based Media, Keep Labs, Memora Health, Unseen Capital, BioFourmis, and Brightside Health. Learn more about how AWS enables healthcare & life sciences startups to grow and thrive at https://aws.amazon.com/startups/ and https://aws.amazon.com/health/.
33 minutes | Jan 3, 2023
#34, Ken Mayer , Safe Health
Ken Mayer from Safe Health discusses how cloud computing helps startups develop faster and in a more agile way, the importance of aligning your business model to solutions that are reimbursable, and how to improve provider and patient workflows as they interact with digital health solutions.
30 minutes | Dec 19, 2022
#36, Dr. David Parke, Verana Health
Dr. David Parke, co-founder and Executive Chairman of Verana Health, discusses why certain medical specialties are ideal proving grounds for digital health innovation, how Verana grew out of the unique data collected by the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and why knowing not only what customers value but also the nuance surrounding that value is so important for startups.
28 minutes | Dec 12, 2022
#35, Emilio Galán, Robin
Emilio Galán, CEO and founder of Robin, shares how Robin is addressing the administrative burden on providers and how reimbursement models play a role, why he sees disentangling the medical workflow and administrative workflow as a key driver of reducing that burden, and why he believes that in the future patients will demand their providers leverage ambient listening technology.
32 minutes | Nov 28, 2022
#33, Michelle Wagner, Mindstrong
Michelle Wagner, CEO of Mindstrong, discusses why integrating data collected between treatment sessions can be a game changer for behavioral health, why selling digital health products via large employers can look a lot like direct-to-consumer sales, and why entrepreneurs in healthcare must learn to embrace iterative change as part of a large and complex system.
33 minutes | Nov 21, 2022
#32, Andrew Eye, ClosedLoop & Amanda Goltz, AWS Accelerator focused on health equity
Andrew Eye, CEO and co-founder of ClosedLoop, and Amanda Goltz, lead for the AWS Accelerator focused on health equity, join the podcast for the 3rd and final episode of our mini-season featuring startups addressing health equity. Hear how the AWS Accelerator supports healthcare startups, how the aims of health equity are aligned with Value-Based Care, and why Andrew believes local data is so essential to building powerful, unbiased predictive models in healthcare.
33 minutes | Nov 18, 2022
#31, Baha Zeidan, Azalea Health
Baha Zeidan from Azalea Health discusses the unique operational challenges rural providers face delivering care & managing their practices, health inequities facing 1 in 5 Americans who live in rural environments, and how cloud technology enables Azalea to rapidly iterate and improve its products in a secure & compliant fashion.
29 minutes | Nov 14, 2022
#30, Kevin Dedner, Hurdle Health
Kevin Dedner, CEO and co-founder of Hurdle Health, joins the podcast as part of our mini-season featuring startups addressing health equity. Kevin shares his insights on why he is optimistic about the future of health equity, how COVID-19 impacted how we think about mental health, and why Hurdle Health focuses on cultural humility, cultural responsiveness, and cultural intentionality, instead of cultural competency.
34 minutes | Nov 7, 2022
#29, Warren Ratliff, AdaptX
Warren Ratliff, CEO and co-founder of AdaptX, discusses why he doesn’t want to create super users among his provider customers, how he thinks about building momentum with customers during long sales cycles, and when focusing on positive deviants can be a powerful adoption driver.
31 minutes | Oct 31, 2022
#28, Caitlin Donovan, Uber Health & Jacob Laufer, ShiftMed
Caitlin Donovan, Global Head of Uber Health, and Jacob Laufer, COO of Shiftmed, discuss the implications of more care moving outside the hospital, the role of transportation in driving retention among providers, and the way complementary, tech-enabled solutions can combine forces to solve healthcare’s most pressing challenges.
33 minutes | Oct 24, 2022
#27, Dr. Jean Drouin, Clarify Health Solutions
Dr. Jean Drouin, CEO and co-founder of Clarify Health Solutions, discusses how a fee-for-service model combined with actionable data can lead the healthcare system toward value-based care, why building a system to understand every patient journey is important, and what baseball can teach us about optimizing value-based arrangements.
30 minutes | Oct 17, 2022
#26, Dr. Sam Asgarian, Scipher Medicine
Dr. Sam Asgarian, CMO of Scipher Medicine, shares his insights on how Scipher grew out of the Human Genome Project, when it makes sense for a company to hire a chief medical officer (and what he or she should do once they join!), and why innovation in healthcare is different from other industries and verticals.
26 minutes | Oct 10, 2022
#25, Kyle Kiser, Arrive Health
Kyle Kiser, CEO of Arrive Health, discusses why fostering trust in the provider-patient relationship is essential, how he and his team think about connecting the right decision with the right information for providers, and why founders should obsess over the healthcare value chain.
29 minutes | Oct 3, 2022
#24, George Netscher, SafelyYou
George Netscher from SafelyYou discusses the benefits of using technology to detect and see critical care moments for those living with dementia, clinical teams driving continuous improvement with tight feedback loops, and how founders can de-risk their business by focusing on key hires throughout their growth journeys.
28 minutes | Sep 26, 2022
#23, Adam Odessky, Sensely
Adam Odessky, CEO and co-founder of Sensely, discusses why engagement matters for individual patients and systems as a whole, how text to speech technology has advanced in recent years, opening up additional opportunities for virtual patient engagement, and what it meant to him and his team for Sensely to be patients’ primary point of contact following a diagnosis with COVID-19.
28 minutes | Sep 19, 2022
#22, Marina & Eugene Borukhovich, YourCoach Health
Marina & Eugene Borukhovich from YourCoach Health discuss their recent partnership with Twill (formerly Happify Health), the strengths of founding a business with your life partner, and how health coaches bridge the gap between digital health solutions and patients who want to live healthier, happier lives.
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