The AWS Health Innovation Podcast showcases entrepreneurs and investors who are driving progress in healthcare and life science across the globe.
#39, Seth Sternberg, Honor (re-release)
33:50On this re-release, 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.
#33, Michelle Wagner, Mindstrong (re-release)
32:05On this re-release, 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.
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#18 Dr. George Church & Barghavi Govindarajan, Digid8 (re-release)
26:24This is re-release of Dr. George Church and Barghavi Govindarajan discussing how technology, innovation, and education can come together in a single product, to what extent users need to understand a complex technology to use it effectively, and how basic science researchers can leverage startups to speed up the time to making a massive impact on the world.
#34, Ken Mayer , Safe Health
33:01Ken 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.
#27, Dr. Jean Drouin, Clarify Health Solutions
32:52Dr. 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.
Season Two Wrap Up
10:48We want to hear your feedback about the Podcast! Let us know what you think here: https://airtable.com/shrF0QmQUU8xGvlIO --------- This week we're doing something different, as we wrap Season 2 and get ready to launch Season 3 later in the spring. Given we'll be taking several weeks off to cook up our next season of content, this is a great opportunity to showcase a few episodes from our catalog by republishing them on the feed over the coming weeks. Joe and Alex talk about why they selected these episodes, share some other highlights from season 2 and a give listeners a sneak peek for what we have planned for Season 3. --------- We want to hear your feedback about the Podcast! Let us know what you think here: https://airtable.com/shrF0QmQUU8xGvlIO --------- Learn more about how AWS enables healthcare and life science startups to grow & thrive (https://aws.amazon.com/startups/healthcare-life-sciences/) and how healthcare & life sciences industry leaders leverage the cloud to accelerate health innovation (https://aws.amazon.com/health/)
#44, Jonathan Bush, Zus Health
28:09Jonathan Bush, CEO and co-founder of Zus Health, shares his thoughts on why he sees duplication as core to what frustrates so many with the US health system, how his experience leading athenahealth has shaped his team’s approach at Zus, and what his advice is for first time founders in health tech.
#43, Alessio Signorini, Evidation Health
31:52Alessio Signorini, CTO and co-founder of Evidation Health, shares how the founders’ experience in data-driven advertising led them to Evidation Health, how the rise of wearable technology has dramatically increased available healthcare data, and why transparency, privacy, and trust are essential when working with healthcare data.
#42, Vijay Kedar, Tomorrow Health
27:45Vijay Kedar, CEO and co-founder of Tomorrow Health, discusses how stakeholder value compounds across the healthcare ecosystem, why he prefers “support” to “empowerment” when building solutions for patients and caregivers, and why he believes so much of the newest technology in healthcare must be custom built with an insider’s view.
#41, JPM Special, Health Tech Bio - Trends from Across the Pond
37:06Recorded 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/.