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Prentice Tom: Sounds of Mental Illness

Prentice Tom: Sounds of Mental Illness

December 5, 2022

What does a depressed person sound like? I don’t know, and neither does any living person. But Kintsugi’s AI technology does.

Our guest today, Prentice Tom is the CMO of Kintsugi Health, a company developing this revolutionary way of diagnosing mental health disorders. Before his work with Kintsugi, Prentice led groundbreaking mental health programs at Vituity, and served as the president of Galen Inpatient Physicians.

He’s an extremely qualified doctor with a degree from Harvard, a residency at Johns Hopkins, and experience at MIT.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

Anne Tumlinson: Step Off the Cliff

Anne Tumlinson: Step Off the Cliff

November 28, 2022

Our guest today is a real political maverick as well as an incredible business leader. Anne Tumlinson started her career in government working as a healthcare advisor to the one and only Congressman John Lewis. Today, she is the Founder and CEO of ATI Advisory, and the founder of Daughterhood. Both organizations aim to address aging and disability issues in our country. 

Unfortunately, there are a lot of issues.

In this episode, Anne walks us through the scope of the problem, but she also talks about a lot of solutions. And some of these solutions, she’s already built.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

Marcus Whitney: Orchestrating Change

Marcus Whitney: Orchestrating Change

November 14, 2022

One of the subjects we keep coming back to here on the Health Technology Podcast is healthcare inequities. COVID-19 revealed a lot of very stark racial inequities in our systems. And a lot of our podcast guests are out there doing the incredibly difficult work of addressing these disparities. Our podcast guest Marcus Whitney is one of them.

Marcus created Jumpstart Nova in 2020 to fund historically underfunded Black startups. He was also a founding partner of Jumpstart Health Investors, CEO of Health Further conference, and co-founder of Trilliant Health. All that, and the best-selling author of “Create and Orchestrate”.

In this episode, we discuss how to navigate the industry, and what lessons you can take from his amazing career.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

John Kao: The Servant Leader

John Kao: The Servant Leader

November 7, 2022

Most of us help our mothers, especially as they age. But for my guest today John Kao, it’s a little bit more literal. John is the founder and CEO of Alignment Healthcare a platform delivering customized health care to seniors and other vulnerable populations.

John has an amazing resume, including CareMore Medical, The TriZetto Group, PacifiCare Health Systems, and FHP International. But his real passion is what he’s doing now: giving seniors the specialized healthcare that they need.

He’s a servant leader to the core and serves on a lot of non-profit boards as well. He has a fantastic story, and as always, on this podcast, he teaches a lot of lessons to pass on to entrepreneurs.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

Nagraj Kashyap: Art, Not Science

Nagraj Kashyap: Art, Not Science

October 31, 2022

In the healthtech industry, we tend to be very science-oriented. But my guest today, Nagraj Kayshap, says the science of investing in healthtech companies is actually more of an art. it's contradictory. But if there’s anyone qualified to say so, it’s Nagraj. As managing partner at SoftBank, Nagraj decides what companies are best to form long-term investment relationships. So if you’re an entrepreneur looking for investors, this episode is really for you.

In this episode, we talk about what he looks for in a start-up, best pitching strategies, and the importance of community.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

 

Vivian Lee: We Are All Unique

Vivian Lee: We Are All Unique

October 24, 2022

What is “the promise of precision health”? It was almost the title of this podcast, because our guest today, Vivian Lee, answers that question every day through her work at Verily. As President of Health Platforms, she creates healthcare systems that work with their patients’ unique lives. Vivian has also done similar work with the University of Utah Health Care, as the CEO and the Dean of their medical school. Under her tenure, the University of Utah was ranked first across the country in quality and safety. Vivian also sits on the Board of Directors of the Commonwealth fund, and the Board of Trustees of Boston Children’s hospital.

She’s an expert in our healthcare systems, and has a lot of important things to say about the healthcare of the future.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

 

Mike Snyder: The System is Broken

Mike Snyder: The System is Broken

October 17, 2022

As listeners of this podcast know, innovators build our healthcare system, but they also disrupt it. My guest today, Mike Snyder is a big believer that our care systems need a serious overhaul.

As an author and Chair of Genetics, Director of Genomics & Personalized Medicine at Stanford University, and a serial entrepreneur, Mike has a lot of insight into the industry. He’s founded or co-founded nine healthtech companies, and today serves on the board of many more. Notable among these companies include Personalis, SensOmics, and Protometrix.

In this episode he tells us why the healthcare system may be doing us all a disservice — by not relying on us.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

Allyson Schwartz: Tackling “It”

Allyson Schwartz: Tackling “It”

October 10, 2022

Our guest today is Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz. She is the former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Pennsylvania from 2005-2015 and was also the founding president and CEO of the Better Medicare Alliance. Allyson is a huge advocate for accessible healthcare. She’s remained committed to healthcare reform from her days in government to her current position as a Senior Advising at FTI Consulting. She is an incredible advocate who’s had to overcome a lot, and came out the other side with a lot of stories and lessons to share.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

Troy Bannister: Setting the Vision

Troy Bannister: Setting the Vision

October 3, 2022

If you’re in medicine, or you’ve seen Grey’s Anatomy, you know it’s important for doctors to know their patient’s history. It can mean the difference between effective and ineffective treatment. This is why Troy Bannister is focused on making healthcare data usable, not just accessible. As CEO and Co-founder of Particle Health, he’s using a digital platform to make all this information both simple and universal. With 15 years in the healthcare industry, Troy also has lots of great advice to pass on to fellow CEOs.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

Lucia Huang: Destigmatizing Mental Health

Lucia Huang: Destigmatizing Mental Health

September 26, 2022

Mental Health Awareness month was in May, but as some of you may know too well, mental health problems last all year. However, many people still continue to devalue mental health conditions, especially compared to physical health conditions.

Our guest this week, Lucia Huang, is hoping to change that. She is the founder and CEO of Os Mind, a company providing digital platforms for mental health research and treatment.

Today, Lucia talks us through her career journey and her life as a CEO. She also tells me why mental health is so important — and what happens if we don’t treat it that way.

Do you have any thoughts? Please email us at hello@rosenmaninstitute.org. We post new episodes every Monday. “The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek

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