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  • 1. HEALTH TECH: HERE COME THE INTERNET KIDS! LUMINARY LABS WWW.LUMINARY -LABS.COM @LUMINARYLABS
  • 2. “The new generation expects every drop of blood to have 3,000 data points that are collected and stored for future use.” -Vinod Khosla Khosla Ventures
  • 3. The Veterans They could retire. But they haven‟t. They are now long on health, both shaping the conversation and bringing decades of experience to their health tech investments.
  • 4. THE VETERANS John Sculley What He’s Doing Now Partner at Sculley Brothers LLC, a VC firm with a recent focus in innovations in U.S. health care. Some of the company‟s healthcare investments include Watermark Medical, MDLIVE, Audax Health Solutions, Modernizing Medicine, and Misfit Wearables, where he is a Co-Founder. What He Did Before CEO of Apple, the ubiquitous technology company, that designs, develops, and sells consumer electronics, computer software and personal computers, including the iPhone, iPad and Mac personal computer. Photo: Venturebeat
  • 5. THE VETERANS Jay Walker What He’s Doing Now Curator & Chairman of TEDMED, an annual health and medicine conference combining “the nexus of health, information and technology” with “compelling personal stories” and “a glimpse into the future of healthcare.” What He Did Before Founder of Priceline, the popular online discount travel site which currently has a market cap over $57 billion. Mr. Walker has started two other companies with over 50 million customers each and is the lead inventor on over 700 patents. Photo: Public Library of Science
  • 6. THE VETERANS Steve Case What He’s Doing Now Chairman & CEO of Revolution, a VC firm, which invests in disruptive and innovative companies, especially in health, including Runkeeper, SparkPeople, and Everyday Health. What He Did Before CEO of America Online (AOL), a mass media corporation that initially, through its online software suite, allowed customers to access the world‟s largest walled garden online community. AOL helped make the Internet a part of everyday life. Photo: Case Foundation
  • 7. THE VETERANS Esther Dyson What She’s Doing Now Chairman of EDventure Holdings, a VC firm that invests in and nurtures start-ups. EDventure Holdings has a focus on preemptive healthcare through investments in several health start-ups, including 23andMe, where Ms. Dyson is a board member. What She Did Before Founder of EDventure Holdings, a technology content specialist that analyzed the impact of emerging technologies and markets on economies and societies. It was best known for its monthly newsletter, Release 1.0, and its annual business conference, PC Forum. EDventure holdings was acquired by CNET in 2004. Photo: Joi Ito
  • 8. THE VETERANS Tim O’Reilly What He’s Doing Now Partner at O‟Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, a seed stage investment firm focused on emerging technologies and Sponsor of Strata Rx Conference, a forum bringing together the medical establishment and technorati to drive big data and analytics innovations in healthcare. What He Did Before Creator of the Global Network Navigator, the first web site with clickable ads, which was sold to AOL in 1995. GNN was launched as a project of O‟Reilly Media, his technical publishing company, which is an advocate of leading-edge development and technology. Photo: Takeshi Honma
  • 9. THE VETERANS Gerald Levin What He’s Doing Now Chairman of StartUp Health, which brings together investors, companies, universities, entrepreneurs, foundations and other health stakeholders with the goal of providing technology, capital, community, support and talent to build and sustain health companies. What He Did Before CEO of Time Warner, where he pioneered the creation of HBO and helped develop the modern cable industry. Mr. Levin negotiated several prominent Time, Inc. mergers including Warner Communications, Turner Broadcasting, and CNN before being architect of the 2001 merger with AOL for $164 billion. Photo: Heritage Channel
  • 10. The Founders They come to health as the founders of consumer Internet and technology companies. Today they are the founders, investors, and builders of the next generation of health tech companies.
  • 11. THE FOUNDERS Kai Huang & Charles Huang What They’re Doing Now Founders of Blue Goji, a fitness start-up seeking to “gamify” fitness, making it more accessible, compelling, social, and fun through integrating exercise with immersive gameplay. What They Did Before Founders of RedOctane, producers of the very popular Guitar Hero franchise of video games, which was acquired by Activision in 2006 for $100 million. Photo: Orange Photography
  • 12. THE FOUNDERS James Park What He’s Doing Now Co-Founder & CEO of Fitbit, producer of wearable activity trackers that allow users to track their activity data online, with social elements and motivational tools that help keep users working toward their health goals. What He Did Before Co-Founder of Wind-Up Labs, a digital company that created the digital photo sharing service HeyPix. Acquired in 2005 by CNET Network, where James then served as director of product development. Photo: LeWeb12 Conference
  • 13. THE FOUNDERS Linda Avey What She’s Doing Now Co-Founder & CEO of Curious, a platform where members come together to ask questions about their health, find others who share those questions, and explore and discover insights. What She Did Before Sales executive, TIBCO Spotfire, a data analytics and visualization platform. Linda was also Co-Founder of 23andMe, a low-cost, consumer-facing genetic testing company. Photo: Luca Sartoni
  • 14. THE FOUNDERS Hesky Kutscher What He’s Doing Now Co-Founder & CEO of CareDox, creators of a cloud-based health information storage technology that makes personal health records easily accessible and securely portable, including MotherKnows, a full-service online health record specifically designed for parents. What He Did Before Founder & CEO of Dailyshopper.com, which notifies shoppers of special offers at local stores. Dailyshopper.com merged with ShopLocal.com and the company was acquired by Gannett, Tribune and KnightRidder in 2004 for $75 million. Also Founder of High Gear Media, a large network of automotive websites and blogs. Photo: Vicky Thompson
  • 15. THE FOUNDERS Alan Blaustein What He’s Doing Now Co-Founder of CarePlanners, which works collaboratively with families and professionals to coordinate services for aging loved ones by providing a cross-functional team of senior care advisors. What He Did Before Co-Founder of OpenSky, an ecommerce platform which connects creative small businesses with consumers who can discover and share unique finds that match their style. Photo: Chicago Ideas Week
  • 16. THE FOUNDERS Samer Hamadeh What He’s Doing Now Founder & CEO of Zeel.com, a mobile wellness company that enables consumers to find and book same-day, licensed, and vetted wellness professionals “on demand” for appointments in the home or office through a mobile app. What He Did Before Co-Founder & CEO of Vault.com, a popular online destination for professional resources such as company and university profiles, information on hundreds of occupations and industries, articles on numerous workplace topics, and a network of message boards for professionals. Photo: Lightspeed Venture Partners
  • 17. THE FOUNDERS Unity Stoakes & Steven Krein What They’re Doing Now Founder of StartUp Health, which brings together investors, companies, universities, entrepreneurs, foundations and other health stakeholders with the goal of providing technology, capital, community, support and talent to build and sustain health companies. What They Did Before Built Webstakes/Promotions.com, a global online advertising, direct marketing and promotion firm which went public on the NASDAQ before being acquired by iVillage in 2002. Steven Krein was CEO & Co-founder andUnity Stoakes was CMO. Photo: TechCrunch
  • 18. THE FOUNDERS Lisa Maki What She’s Doing Now Co-Founder & CEO of Pokitdok, a health marketplace directly connecting consumers and healthcare providers through information and price transparency. What She Did Before Co-Founder of BeliefNetworks, a predictive analytics and semantic intelligence technology startup that helped customers turn data into actionable insights to optimize content and advertising. BeliefNetworks was acquired in 2010 by Benefitfocus. Photo: Health2Con
  • 19. THE FOUNDERS Sonny Vu What He’s Doing Now CEO & Co-Founder of Misfit Wearables, makers of wearable sensor technology products, including the Shine, an inconspicuous personal activity tracker with a novel syncing technology – users simply place the device on their smartphone‟s screen. What He Did Before Founder and Chief Technology Officer of FireSpout, a natural language software company, and worked at Microsoft in research on processing for speech recognition, handwriting recognition, and parsing applications. Photo: Digital Health Summit
  • 20. THE FOUNDERS Alex Jacobson What He’s Doing Now Co-Founder & Chairman of ImmunePath, a biotechnology company that develops cell therapies to treat the effects of radiation exposure. What He Did Before Founder of Shop.com, a multi-vendor shopping and comparison website, which became an Idealab company and was acquired by Altura Ventures in 2003. Photo: Gabriela Hasbun
  • 21. THE FOUNDERS Nat Turner & Zachary Weinberg What They’re Doing Now Founders of Flatiron Health, a health care tech company that is focused on bringing the power of big data to healthcare through tools like Oncology Cloud, the largest and most comprehensive clinical intelligence platform for cancer care providers. What They Did Before Founders of Invite Media, an advertising tech company that built Bid Manager, the industry‟s first enterprise platform for real-time purchase and optimization of online media. Invite Media was acquired by Google in 2010 for $81 million. Photo: FlatIron Health
  • 22. THE FOUNDERS Max Levchin What He’s Doing Now Founder of Glow, an app that helps women know when they are most fertile by using data science. This allows women to improve their chances of pregnancy without medical treatments, an important consideration given that many healthcare plans don‟t cover fertility treatments. What He Did Before Co-Founder & CTO of Paypal, the global online payment company which went public in 2002 and was acquired later that year by eBay for $1.5 billion. Photo: TechCrunch
  • 23. THE FOUNDERS Joshua Kushner What He’s Doing Now Founder of Oscar, a health insurance start-up aiming to simplify and improve the customer experience through transparency, data, and design. Joshua is also Founder of Thrive Capital, a VC investment firm with investments in Groupme, Kickstarter, Instagram, and other successful start-ups. What He Did Before Co-Founder & Chief Strategic Officer of Vostu, the largest social games developer in Brazil and Latin America, which he cofounded with Daniel Kafie and Mario Schlosser, a co-founder of health-insurance start-up, Oscar. Photo: Buck Ennis
  • 24. THE FOUNDERS Kevin Nazemi What He’s Doing Now Co-Founder of Oscar, a health insurance company aiming to simplify and improve the customer experience through transparency, data, and design. What He Did Before Founder at Done, a virtual assistant service that employed local “Doers” and experts to help people get things done. Prior to starting Done, he a Marketing Director at Microsoft. Photo: MSNBC
  • 25. THE FOUNDERS Christine Lemke What She’s Doing Now Co-Founder of AchieveMint, a platform that rewards users with cash and merchandise for healthy behavior by tracking users‟ data from popular social and health apps. Achievemint can be easily integrated into apps, providing developers greater potential engagement with their users. What She Did Before Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer of Sense Networks, creators of machine learning applications for mobile data, deploying this technology for predictive analytics in advertising. Photo: Christine Lemke
  • 26. THE FOUNDERS Mario Schlosser What He’s Doing Now Co-Founder of Oscar, a health insurance company aiming to simplify and improve the customer experience through transparency, data, and design. What He Did Before Co-founder and Chief Scientist at Vostu, the largest social games developer in Brazil and Latin America. Photo: Mario Schlosser
  • 27. THE FOUNDERS Chrysi Philalithes What She’s Doing Now Chief Digital Officer at (RED), a company that has raised over $200M by partnering with iconic brands to turn their products (RED) in order to raise money to fight the spread of AIDS in Africa. She leads initiatives in marketing, communications, and strategy. What She Did Before European Marketing & Communications Director and founding member of Espotting, Europe‟s first search marketing ad network, supplying pay-per-click ads to numerous websites, including Yahoo!, Lycos, Alta Vista and Ask. Photo: Allison Joyce/Insider
  • 28. THE FOUNDERS Jeff Smith What He’s Doing Now CEO of Ingram Medical, which specializes in serving patients with diabetes by shipping testing supplies and medications directly to the customer‟s home on a monthly basis, saving their customers time and expense. What He Did Before Co-Founder & Chairman of Cerberian, a webfiltering provider for multiple computer systems, including both Microsoft Windows and GNU-Linux. Photo: Ingram Medical
  • 29. THE FOUNDERS Gabriel Vanrenen What He’s Doing Now Co-Founder at Skimble, a graduate of Rock Health that develops fitness apps combining community, dynamic workouts and progress tracking to keep users motivated and active. What He Did Before Founder & Chief Technology Officer at Flurry, a mobile app analytics company that provides insights about how consumers interact with their mobile applications. Over 125,000 companies use Flurry in over 400,000 applications. Photo: Find the Best
  • 30. THE FOUNDERS Aza Raskin What He’s Doing Now Vice President at Jawbone, a wearables company which acquired his services through an acquisition of Massive Heath, where he served as Founder & CEO). At Jawbone he is designing the software and experience of UP, its health tracking wristband and app. What He Did Before Head of User Experience at Mozilla Labs, where he helped design and ship Firefox to hundreds of millions of users. He led projects such as Tab Candy, Ubiquity, Jetpack, new mobile interfaces, and geo-location specifications. Photo: Wired UK
  • 31. THE FOUNDERS Naveen Selvadurai What He’s Doing Now Head of Mobile Team at Oscar, a health insurance start-up aiming to simplify and improve the customer experience through transparency, data, and improved design. What He Did Before Co-Founder of Foursquare, a locationbased social network that helps you discover your world with the help of friends and other foursquare users. Photo: Claudia Hehr Photography
  • 32. THE FOUNDERS Tan Le What She’s Doing Now Founder & CEO of Emotiv Lifesciences, developer of cutting-edge wireless EEG systems enabling revolutionary braincomputer interfaces, eventually enabling widely accessible brain screening to catch early signs of mental and neurological conditions. What She Did Before Co-Founder of SASme International, a wireless technology company that provided Short Message Peer-to-Peer (SMPP) platforms to telecom carriers and content aggregators. Photo: GE
  • 33. THE FOUNDERS Monisha Perkash What She’s Doing Now Co-Founder & CEO of LUMO BodyTech, a wearables company that launched the LUMOback, a wearable sensor and smartphone app that helps users improve their posture, leading to improved fitness, appearance, confidence, and reduced back pain. What She Did Before CEO & Co-Founder of TuitionCoach, a personalized financial guidance website that helps college students and their families navigate the financial and administrative process of higher education. It was acquired by SimpleTuition in 2009. Photo: Women 2.0
  • 34. THE FOUNDERS Bryan Sivak What He’s Doing Now Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), where he‟s responsible for “helping harness the power of data, technology, and innovation to improve the health and welfare of the nation” and bring a culture of innovation to HHS. What He Did Before Prior to his involvement in government, Bryan in 2002 co-founded InQuira, Inc., a producer of service knowledge management software, acquired by Oracle in 2011. He also founded Electric Knowledge LLC, one of the first natural language search engine on the web in 1998. Photo: GovTech
  • 35. THE FOUNDERS THE FOUNDERS Barney Pell Barney Pell What He’s Doing Now What He’s Doing Now Advisor to Surveyor Health, which offers a personalized drug assessment tool designed to show users drug-drug interactions, as well as adverse drug side effects, making it a valuable tool for Medication Therapy Management and Medication Reconciliation. Advisor to SURVEYOR Health, (formerly PharmaSURVEYOR) which offers a personalized drug assessment tool that shows users drug-drug interactions and potential adverse side effects, making it a valuable tool in managing therapy and medications. What He Did Before Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer at Powerset, a natural language technology from PARC, the former Xerox Palo Alto Research Center, which was sold to Microsoft in 2008 for $100 million. What He Did Before Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer at Powerset, a natural language search engine which enables users to search in ordinary language rather than keywords. The company was acquired by Microsoft in 2008. Photo: Thiel Fellowship
  • 36. The Next Generation Having cut their teeth as consumer Internet and technology designers, developers, data scientists, and marketers, this wave of talent has been recuited by the companies about to transform health and health care.
  • 37. THE NEXT GENERATION Sharon Knight What She’s Doing Now Founder of Avik Ventures, where she invests in and advises several early stage companies, many with a focus on tech enabled healthcare. She is consults as Patient Engagement Solutions Expert at AVIA, an innovation accelerator that partners with healthcare providers to deliver technology-enabled care. What She Did Before SVP of Electronic Arts, the multinational video game company, where she consolidated several disparate service functions globally into a cohesive organization and acted as general manager for this portfolio of businesses. Photo: Watermark
  • 38. THE NEXT GENERATION Adam Bosworth What He’s Doing Now Founder & Chief Technology Officer at Keas, a social, gamified wellness program for the workplace that uses team dynamics and rewards to drive healthier habits, weight loss, greater interest in health, and greater employee happiness. What He Did Before Vice President of Engineering at Google, the Internet search giant, where he built and managed Google Docs, Gmail, Calendar, Spreadsheets, Blogger, API‟s and helped start and run Google Health. Photo: Pinar Ozger
  • 39. THE NEXT GENERATION Monica Rogati What She’s Doing Now Vice President of Data at Jawbone, a wearables company, where she is spearheading efforts to build more robust data-mining capabilities into UP and accompanying software, combining wearable computing, quantified self & personalized healthcare. What She Did Before Senior Data Scientist at Linkedin, the professional social networking site, where she worked to develop machine learning and recommendation functionalities including “Talent Match”, “People You May Know”, and “Groups You May Like”. Photo: O'Reilly Media
  • 40. THE NEXT GENERATION Jeff Hammerbache r What He’s Doing Now Chief Scientist at Cloudera, a leader in enterprise analytic data management, which recently partnered with Mt. Sinai to apply the power of its Big Data platform to develop solutions designed to enable scalable data analysis to solve medical challenges. What He Did Before Data Team Manager at Facebook, the social networking giant, where he built platforms for data collection, management and analysis, including application of statistics and machine learning tools. Photo: Albert Chau
  • 41. THE NEXT GENERATION Dave Chase What He’s Doing Now Senior VP at WebMD, former CEO & Founder Avado (acquired by WebMD). Avado is a Patient Relationship Management platform that improves communication between providers and patients, lowers the overhead burden on providers, and improves patient education and treatment adherence through customizable tracking. What He Did Before Global Industry Director-Healthcare at Microsoft, the multinational software giant, where he focused on launching start-ups within Microsoft, including Microsoft‟s Health business. He also held other leadership positions in various companies. Photo: Idea Mensch
  • 42. THE NEXT GENERATION Christine Brumback What She’s Doing Now Director of Product Development at Fitbit, producer of wearable activity trackers that allow users to track their activity data online, with social elements and motivational tools that help keep users working toward their health goals. What She Did Before Front-End Developer, Producer and Product Manager, at various companies, including Hopelab and Rodale, as well as at the Discovery.com. Photo: Mix Panel
  • 43. THE NEXT GENERATION Mike Onorato What He’s Doing Now iOS Engineer at Oscar Insurance, a health insurance start-up aiming to simplify and improve the customer experience through transparency, data, and design. What He Did Before iOS Engineer Software Engineering at GameChanger Media, a software producer that helps local sports teams stay organized and connected; Manager at Next Jump, a New York-based loyalty and E-commerce platform. Photo: Mike Onorato
  • 44. THE NEXT GENERATION Anna Larson What She’s Doing Now Co-Founder of Hale Health, a company that‟s improving the primary care experience through remote diagnosis and treatment. What She Did Before iPhone/iPad Carrier Marketing Manager at Apple, the ubiquitous technology company, where she managed the global marketing launch for iTunes and developed marketing strategy for iPhone and iPod Touch apps. Photo: Anna Larson
  • 45. THE NEXT GENERATION Albert Lee & Mike Lee What They’re Doing Now Founders of MyFitnessPal, a combined app and website with over 40 million users who track, learn about, share, and improve their health and wellness with the support of a nutritional database featuring over 3 million foods. What They Did Before Various High-Level Positions at tech tompanies, including eBay, Paypal, Yahoo, Palm, and Handspring, andWebjuice, where Albert served as VP of Marketing, and NextC, where Mike was a Co-Founder. Photo: MyFitnessPal
  • 46. THE NEXT GENERATION Jennifer Wong What She’s Doing Now Founder & CEO at Alt12 Apps, a leading mobile developer of social health apps for women and parents that provides information and a social community around fertility, pregnancy, and motherhood. What She Did Before Marketing Director of Gracenote, which maintains the largest worldwide database of music and video information and provides media management technology used across mobile, automotive, portable, home, and PC markets. Sony acquired the company in 2008 for $260 million. Photo: Catherine Ledner
  • 47. THE NEXT GENERATION Tomer Shoval What He’s Doing Now CEO & Co-Founder of Simplee, a payment platform offering rapid online and POS payment and centralized information of users‟ medical insurance accounts. Providers get lower-cost, faster payments while patients get a clear snapshot of her medical bills across providers. What He Did Before Managing Director of Shopping.com North America, a leading price comparison shopping site with 100M monthly consumers. Shopping.com was acquired by eBay in 2005 for $634 million. Photo: BizJournal
  • 48. THE NEXT GENERATION Rebecca Woodcock What She’s Doing Now Founder & CEO of Cake Health, a web and mobile app that helps individuals and families track, manage and reduce their healthcare costs. What She Did Before Market Research Manager at Ipsos, where she ran quantitative research projects for companies across tech and media, including Intel, Google, Sprint, and LG. Photo: FounderLy
  • 49. THE NEXT GENERATION Ari Tulla What He’s Doing Now CEO & Co-Founder of BetterDoctor, an app and website for simple, transparent doctor discovery using an online marketplace where users can search for doctors and dentists nationwide given their insurance provider and the type of care needed. What He Did Before Head of App Studio at Nokia, a leading mobile phone supplier, where he founded Nokia App Studio and Nokia App Wizard, leading to the development of numerous innovative apps and games for the Nokia platform. Photo: LeWeb
  • 50. THE NEXT GENERATION Abbe Don What She’s Doing Now Vice President of User Experience at ePocrates, which makes mobile and online health software that provides drug and disease information and diagnostic tools to healthcare providers to aid decision making. ePocrates was acquired by athenahealth in 2013 for $293 million. What She Did Before Numerous numerous interaction design roles, including several leadership positions, at Hewlett-Packard, Apple, IDEO, and The Walt Disney Company. Photo: N/A
  • 51. THE NEXT GENERATION Dan Byrne What He’s Doing Now Co-Founder & Chairman of Lincor Solutions, a provider point of care computing platforms for hospitals and other care providers, including MEDIVista which provides secure bedside access to records and management systems for medical professionals while providing entertainment, education, and communication for patients. What He Did Before Vice President at Apple, the ubiquitous technology company, where he led manufacturing, distribution, procurement and customer services for Europe then for the Americas. Photo: it@cork
  • 52. THE NEXT GENERATION Eve Phillips What She’s Doing Now CEO & Co-Founder of Empower Interactive, a provider of an online behavioral health platform that teaches evidence-based computer-assisted therapy to individuals for managing stress, anxiety and depression. What She Did Before Vice President of Products at eCert, an email trust authority that prevents email fraud to businesses, governments, and other organizations with a strong presence in financial services. She‟s also been a member of various investment teams. Photo: Eve Phillips
  • 53. THE NEXT GENERATION Ryan Howard What He’s Doing Now CEO & Founder of Practice Fusion, a start-up that provides physicians and medical professionals with a free, advertisingsupported, web-based electronic medical record, thus building a large de-identified clinical dataset. He‟s also Co-Founder of 100Plus, a personalized health prediction start-up. What He Did Before Director of Professional Services/Training at Grand Central Communication, a web-based voice communications platform which became Google Voice being acquired by Google in 2007. Photo: Forbes
  • 54. THE NEXT GENERATION Jennifer Chung What She’s Doing Now Co-Founder of Kinsights, an online digital health platform for parents. Parents can securely upload their child‟s health information onto the site and connect with other parents to share information, advice, and products. What She Did Before Business Development & Product Manager at CNET, a consumer technology focused website featuring news, reviews, articles, blogs and podcast. CBS Interactive acquired CNET in 2008. Photo: Jennifer Chung
  • 55. THE NEXT GENERATION Cedric Hutchings What He’s Doing Now CEO of Withings, a consumer electronics company that develops smart products to improve users‟ lives. Using connected devices such as scales, baby monitors and activity trackers the company is developing an ecosystem to help users monitor and improve their wellbeing. What He Did Before Product Manager at Inventel, a consumer electronics and communication systems company, which was acquired in 2005 by Thomson (now Technicolor), where he then served as Marketing Director. Photo: LeWeb
  • 56. THE NEXT GENERATION Caitlin Collins What She’s Doing Now Vice President of Operations at Mango Health, a health app startup that helps users manage medication and supplement regimens through game mechanics and design. What She Did Before User Acquisition Manager at TinyCo, a mobile gaming company that has created games such as Tiny Monsters, Tiny Village, Tiny Zoo Friends and Super Slots. Photo: Caitlin Collins
  • 57. THE NEXT GENERATION Randy Womack What He’s Doing Now Chief Operating Officer at Castlight Health, a web application that helps individuals make better healthcare choices by providing clarity on healthcare costs, usage, coverage, and choices, thus lowering costs for the consumer, employers and health plans. What He Did Before Chief Information Officer & Vice President of Operations at SuccessFactors, a business execution software company with over 15 million users worldwide. Photo: Castlight Health
  • 58. THE NEXT GENERATION Halle Tecco What She’s Doing Now Co-Founder & CEO of Rock Health, a business accelerated wholly-devoted to funding and supporting start-ups at the intersection of health care and technology, and to building tools that will fundamentally change health care. What She Did Before Financial Analyst at Intel, the multinational semiconductor chip maker, and Business Development Manager-Mobile App Store at Apple, the ubiquitous technology company, where she covered the health and wellness app vertical. Photo: Abedare Ventures
  • 59. THE NEXT GENERATION Ethan Fassett What He’s Doing Now Vice President of Product at BASIS Science, a wearable technology company in the health/wellness and fitness markets, where he heads product strategy and management, helping to drive innovation and operations across the company. What He Did Before Senior Vice President of Product at GREE International, a large social-mobile gaming company, where he drove product strategy for GREE‟s global mobile gaming platform and launched GREE‟s first global gaming platform in the US market. Photo: Joi Ito
  • 60. THE NEXT GENERATION Fiona Smythe What She’s Doing Now Vice President of Strategy at mscripts, the first comprehensive mobile solution for pharmacies. It enables consumers to manage prescriptions and related health information directly from a mobile device, driving higher adherence, while pharmacies gain improved customer loyalty and higher revenues. What She Did Before Business Manager at Amazon Marketplace, where she managed the Used and Rare Books Division and the Home Division. Photo: Fiona Smythe
  • 61. THE NEXT GENERATION Jana Good What She’s Doing Now Vice President of Marketing at Omada Health, a digital health start-up focusing on reducing the impact of chronic disease. Their first product, Prevent, is a 16-week online diabetes prevention program based on the landmark Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) clinical trial. What She Did Before Marketing Director of CitySpan, a web-based software company that serves public agencies, non-profits, and foundations with client tracking and grants management solutions. Photo: Prevent
  • 62. THE NEXT GENERATION Doug Hirsch What He’s Doing Now CEO & Co-Founder of GoodRX, an online platform and app that brings transparency to the prescription drug market by offering the first drug price comparison tool with prices from pharmacies across the country. What He Did Before Vice President of Product at Facebook, where he launched Facebook‟s photo sharing product and launched Facebook‟s high school product. He was also an early employee at Yahoo, holding various leadership roles there. Photo: Forbes
  • 63. THE NEXT GENERATION Julie Yoo What She’s Doing Now Co-Founder & Chief Product Officer at Kyruus, a Big Data company that enables hospitals and health systems to maximize the value of their physician networks by leveraging data measuring the variation among physicians across several dimensions. What She Did Before Sales Engineer Team Lead at Endeca Technologies, a provider of ecommerce search, business intelligence, and data management solutions, acquired by Oracle in 2011 for $1.1 billion. Photo: Julie Yoo
  • 64. THE NEXT GENERATION Anil Pillai What He’s Doing Now Founder of HealthLucid, an early stage technology healthcare startup, which helps reduce healthcare costs, and make informed data-driven decisions on hospitals, physicians and procedure costs. What He Did Before Vice President & Chief Architect at Nextag, a price comparison service website for products, travel, and education. Photo: Anil Pillai
  • 65. THE NEXT GENERATION Sean Duffy What He’s Doing Now Co-Founder & CEO of Omada Health, a digital health start-up focusing on reducing the impact of chronic disease. Their first product, Prevent, is a 16-week online diabetes prevention program based on the landmark Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) clinical trial. What He Did Before People Analytics Associate at Google, where he analyzed human resources trends using statistical models built on internal data and helped develop Google‟s global internal performance management system. Photo: Forbes
  • 66. THE NEXT GENERATION Jeff Cutler What He’s Doing Now Executive Vice President & General Manager of Vitals, an online resource which gives consumers data-driven personalized tools to help them find the right doctor or health facility and prepare for appointments. What He Did Before Chief Revenue Officer at Answers.com & WikiAnswers.com, an internet-based knowledge exchange, where he was responsible for business development, marketing, product management, content, advertising sales, and US operations. Photo: Vitals
  • 67. And Then There is… Meet the Luminary Labs team.
  • 68. LUMINARY LABS Jen van der Meer What She’s Doing Now Chief Strategy Officer, Luminary Labs and Managing Member, Luminary Labs Ventures, an early stage investment firm focused on industries - such as health - where there is great friction and incumbents struggle to adapt to new technologic, economic, political, and social norms. . What She Did Before Previously Jen held executive management roles at Organic, and Frog Design, and Dachis Group, a social data consulting and software company, which acquired social data + community company Drillteam, where Jen was a partner. ,. Photo: O‟Reilly Conferences
  • 69. LUMINARY LABS Sara Holoubek What She’s Doing Now CEO of Luminary Labs a strategy and business transformation consultancy known for operationalizing innovation in the healthcare sector. She currently serves on the Pioneer Advisory Group for the Robert Wood Johnson Pioneer Fund, and is a formal adviser to, and investor in, several private sector companies. What She Did Before Previously, Sara served as iCrossing„s Chief Strategy Officer, and the President of SEMPO, the global trade organization for the search marketing industry. Prior to this experience, Ms. Holoubek held strategy roles with interactive agencies Organic and Blue Dingo.
  • 70. WELCOME TO LUMINARY LABS We are a new kind of problem-solving organization built on tapping into a broad network of experts to create resilient strategies and programs in an agile and collaborative way. We have deep roots in business planning, technology, innovation, and design, and know that outcomes are measured in how ideas can become reality for your organization and your customers. 70
  • 71. WHAT WE‟RE WORKING ON NOW: HEALTH DATA CHALLENGES Learn how we help private, non-profit, and government organizations apply the best practices of the leading tech incubators and accelerators to identify the most innovative uses of data to improve health or healthcare. HealthDataChallenges.com is home to the most comprehensive public database of health challenges from across the web, and is home to The Health Data Challenge Series, a program of the Health Data Consortium and powered by Luminary Labs. www.healthdatachallenges.com @HDChallenges 71
  • 72. A CALL-TO-ACTION Most of our design, data, and tech peers are still focusing their energies designing and developing for the upper half of Maslow‟s hierarchy of needs. Like this. Buy that. Follow me. And yet the very same technology can serve greater societal needs, namely, health and healthcare. Instead of spending your time getting someone to like this, buy that, or friend me, use your skills to improve health, prevent disease, and lead healthy, productive lives (at a lower cost.)
  • 73. MASLOW‟S (INTERNET) HIERARCHY OF NEEDS SelfActualization Esteem Needs Social Needs Safety needs Underserved Physiological Needs
  • 74. WHY WE ARE BULLISH ON INTERNET KIDS 1. Design. Delightful design, and design in everything. 2. Agility. The agility to withstand turbulence is achieved through rapid development cycles, customer responsiveness, and constant iteration. 3. Data. Surpassing the obvious task of integrating existing data sets; the expectation is that everything produces, collects, and utilizes data in new and novel ways.
  • 75. STILL NOT CONVINCED? National Healthcare Expenditure = $2.7 Trillion National Advertising Expenditure = $152 Billion National Online Advertising Expenditure = $37 Billion
  • 76. “There has never been a better time to be an innovator and entrepreneur at the intersection of health, health care and data.” -Todd Park, CTO of the United States of America
  • 77. COME JOIN THE INTERNET KIDS LUMINARY LABS WWW.LUMINARY -LABS.COM @LUMINARYLABS