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Digital Health Today

104 EpisodesProduced by Dan Kendall / Part of the Health Podcast NetworkWebsite

Digital Health Today features the innovators, leaders and pioneers reshaping health and wellness. From patients and clinicians, to inventors and investors, we speak with guests from around the world to share their insights, experience and knowledge from the front lines of health tech innovation. T… read more

104 Episodes | 2016 - 2020

S10: #100: Shawna Butler on Advancing Health Innovation Through Nursing Expertise

March 3rd, 2020


Our guest: Shawna Butler, RN, MBA

Shawna is a nurse economist and tech enthusiast. She is a leading advocate for the role of nurses in driving the …

S10: #099: Dr. David Fajgenbaum on Chasing a Cure for Rare Disease

February 25th, 2020


Our guest: Dr. David Fajgenbaum is the co-founder & Executive Director of the Castleman Disease Collaborative Network and a Research Assistant …

S10: #098: Dr. Jennifer Schneider, President at Livongo on Type 1 Diabetes, Engaging Users and Decoding Health Signals

February 18th, 2020


Our guest: Dr. Jennifer Schneider, President of Livongo

After speaking with Glen Tullman, Founder and Executive Chairman of Livongo, in an earlier …

S10: #097 : Robert Cohen, CTO at Stryker Joint Replacement, discusses robots, wearable sensors, and patient outcomes

February 11th, 2020


Our guest:

In this episode, we speak with Robert Cohen, VP of Global R&D, Chief Technology Officer at Stryker Joint Replacement. Stryker is one of …

S10: #096: Molly McCarthy, Chief Nursing Officer for Microsoft discusses nursing, technology, and the key focus areas at Microsoft

February 4th, 2020


Our guest:

In this episode, we hear from Molly K. McCarthy MBA, BSN, RN-BC. Molly is the National Director, US Provider Industry and Chief Nursing …

S10: #095: From DOCSF/JPM: Daniel Kraft reflects on 2019 and transformative ideas for the decade ahead

January 28th, 2020


The DOCSF meeting is a great way to get geared up before #JPM Week in San Francisco. Now in its fourth year, the Digital Orthopedics Conference, San Francisco, is organized by Prof Stefano Bini and Shawna Butler. This …

S10: #094: Glen Tullman of Livongo Health on building a consumer-first digital health company

October 25th, 2019


The topic:

Building a technology company is hard. Building one that serves the needs of consumers and works within the constraints of healthcare? …

S10: #093: Brain in a Dish: Personalizing Depression Treatment for Every Individual

September 25th, 2019


The topic:

Depression affects over 300 million people world-wide. In this episode, we dive into the work being done to develop personalized solutions …

S10: #092: Marta Zanchi of Nina Capital on Investment, Innovation and the Stanford Biodesign Approach

September 12th, 2019


The topic:

Needs-based innovation with Marta Zanchi, PhD. 

Our guest:

Marta is originally from Italy and spent 13 years at Stanford University, first …

S10: #091: Francesca Wuttke on Digital Transformation, Startups and Corporate Relationships

September 6th, 2019


The topic:

What does pharma need to do to be successful with digital transformation?  How do cultures get changed? Where do you start when managing …

Coffee Talk with Grant Elliott CEO of Ostendio

September 3rd, 2019


The topic:

Have you ever wondered how much more secure - or perhaps less secure - your organization is compared to your peers in the industry?  This …

S10: #090: Ending the HIV Epidemic with Digital Health

August 28th, 2019


The topic: HIV

South Africa has the largest HIV epidemic in the world: 19% of the total number of people living with HIV, 15% of new infections and 11% of AIDS related deaths

South Africa also has the largest treatment …

State of the Podcast #1

July 17th, 2019


Our first State of the Podcast episode!  We've been going for 3 years, and we've experienced a lot of growth and success.  In this episode, we cover four key topics to shed some light on where we’re focusing our efforts …

S9: #089: Changing Workplace Health and Habits with Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation

May 22nd, 2019


The topic: In this episode, we’re diving into the changing aspects of the employee and employer relationship, and how intrinsic and extrinsic …

S9: #088: Advancing Digital Medicine: Stronger, Smarter and Faster

May 14th, 2019


The topic:

The use of the term 'digital health' is continuing to grow, with new subsets of products and services being grouped within it: digital doctor’s visits, digital clinical trials, digital therapeutics, and …

Coffee Talk with Bayer G4A - Driving Change Inside and Out

May 9th, 2019


Welcome to Coffee Talk!  In this episode, we speak with two leaders from one of the companies that help make our platform possible, and we’ll learn more about the work they’re doing to move the industry forward. 

My …

S9: #087: Can Virtual Reality be Considered a Medical Device?

May 3rd, 2019


The topic:

In this episode we discuss three reasons VR is such a powerful tool in health care, and how VR can bridge therapy from the hospital to the …

S9: #086: Transforming Commercial Models and Health Outcomes in Africa and Asia

April 16th, 2019


The topic:

There are over 1.2 billion people living in Africa, and another 1.3 billion living in India.  Together they account for about 34% of the …

S9: #085: Accelerating Digital Transformation in the Pharmaceutical Industry

April 11th, 2019


The topic:

Take a look online and you’ll find hundreds of articles proclaiming that Pharma’s business model is broken and that the entire sector is in the middle of an innovation crisis. Whether you agree or disagree, …

S9: #084: Niko Skievaski on Key Market Failures and Opportunities for Novel Health Software Solutions

April 4th, 2019


In this episode:Key market failures for software businesses and solutions in healthcareHow new tools for integration can lower costs, shorten sales …

S9: #083: Tony Estrella on Enabling Growth and Scale in the APAC HealthTech Market

March 22nd, 2019


In this episode we dive into some of the cities, countries and winning strategies that are leading the transformation of health for the billions of people that live in APAC.

Tony Estrella is an investor, advisor,  and …

S9: #082: Dr. Thomas Insel on Digital Phenotyping as a Tool for Solving Mental Health

March 15th, 2019


Today we’re diving into the topic of Mental Health. It’s a topic we’ve covered before on this program, like in episode 63 with Dale Beerman of Think Pacifica, and Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh from Brain Power back on episode …

S9: #081: Scaling Digital Therapeutics - The Opportunities and Challenges

February 28th, 2019


In this episode, we’re taking on the topic of Digital Therapeutics. 

At the CNS Summit last year, I had the opportunity to meet and learn from our guest: Megan Coder. Megan is the founder and executive director of the …

S9: #080: The Human Microbiome, Algorithms and Home Test Kits

February 21st, 2019


In this episode, we’re diving into the research, and a brand new solution, focused on the growing understanding of the human microbiome – the …

S8: #079: Todd Pope and the Future of Robots in Surgery

February 14th, 2019


Our guest in this episode is Todd Pope, the President and Chief Executive Officer of TransEnterix, a company that is digitizing the interface between laparoscopic surgeons and patients through the use of their Senhance …

S8: #078: Dr Eliza Filby on Transforming Health for Different Generations

February 8th, 2019


How do the experiences of different generations of people shape and inform their attitudes, expectations and perceptions of healthcare today and in the future?  And if we focus our attention on redesigning healthcare …

S8: #077: How to Mitigate Cybersecurity Threats in Healthcare

December 19th, 2018


Today we’re talking about the unique challenges of cybersecurity in healthcare, and explore some of the tools and solutions that can trap these …

S8: #076: Fighting Cancer Through Early Detection of Biomarkers

December 13th, 2018


Is there a way to detect those cancers even before they form a cluster of cells large enough to be detected through a biopsy or scan? 

What if we …

S8: #075: "The Opioid Crisis Wake-Up Call" - Dave Chase on Fixing Healthcare

December 10th, 2018


In this episode we're rejoined by a veteran of the program.  He is the one and only, Dave Chase. Dave was the CEO and Co-founder of Avado, which was acquired by & integrated into WebMD & Medscape.  More recently …

S8: #074: Artificial Intelligence versus Skin Cancer

November 15th, 2018


Each year, in the US, more people are diagnosed with skin cancer than all other cancers combined, and it is often first discovered by the patients …

Lightning Round: Anne Wellington of Cedars-Sinai Accelerator

November 14th, 2018


Anne Wellington, Managing Director of Cedars-Sinai Accelerator, answers our six lightning round questions.  Tune in to hear Anne's advice for …

S8: #073: Anne Wellington on the Success and Growth of the Cedars-Sinai Accelerator

November 9th, 2018


Accelerators have been around since about 2005, and in the last 5 or 6 years, we’ve seen the development of new accelerators and programs that focus on the unique needs of entrepreneurs who are working to create new …

S8: #072: Can Wearable Devices Help Drive Behavior Change?

October 31st, 2018


In this episode we explore the intersection of wearables, data and behavior change.  We all know that behavior change is a key part to managing or reversing the effects of chronic conditions, but how can wearable …

S8: #071: Ardy Arianpour of Seqster tackles interoperability and health data trusts

October 12th, 2018


In this episode we’re talking about data. We dive into two key aspects of data access. One aspect is about what happens to our health data when we die. Millions of people die each year and the information stored in …

S8: #070: Top Travel Tips and Hacks to Survive the Conference Season

October 9th, 2018


On his first episode (episode 60), Amir talked about digital therapeutics, drug discovery and neuroscience.  In this episode, Amir discusses how to improve your travel experience with his top tips and hacks.  From apps …

S7: #069: Aging in Place with AI, Robots and Sensors

September 25th, 2018


In this episode, we examine the problems faced by millions of people, their families, and caregivers, as they work to maintain their mental and …

S7: #068: Artificial Vision. Real Results.

July 23rd, 2018


Today, we’re taking on the problem of blindness and loss of vision.  This is a huge problem for hundreds of millions of people around the world who are legally blind or partially sighted. The number of people affected …

S7: #067: Juan Pablo Segura of Babyscripts on Transforming Prenatal Health & the iBirth Acquisition

June 30th, 2018


August and September are traditionally two of the busiest months for new births, which means that right now, there are millions of pregnant women dealing with all the complexities of pregnancy and preparing for the …

S7: #066: Dr. Kaveh Safavi on Five Trends in Digital Health Technology

June 26th, 2018


Our guest today is the Senior Managing Director and Head of Global Health Practice for Accenture’s healthcare business: Dr. Kaveh Safavi. I spoke to Kaveh to learn more about the findings of Accenture's latest …

S7: #065: Dr. Jack Kreindler on Healthspan, Human Performance and Fighting Cancer

May 24th, 2018


Our guest today is Dr. Jack Kreindler. Jack is a physician, physiologist and serial technology entrepreneur. He began programming computers at the …

S7: #064: Coffee Talk with Dr. Zsu Varga of Bayer G4A

May 18th, 2018


When it comes to creating programs focused on fostering innovation, Bayer G4A really gets stuff done (#gsd). The innovative Grants4Apps program offers a variety of support and resources for early stage businesses, and …

S7: #063: Dale Beermann of Pacifica Takes on Mental Health

May 15th, 2018


Mental Health Awareness Month is observed in the US during May.  In the UK, Mental Health Awareness Week is observed May 14-20, 2018.  To do our part to raise awareness of mental health, I spoke to a guest that can …

S7: #062: IDEO Weighs in on Doctors as Designers

May 1st, 2018


This episode features leaders from one of the very best design companies in the entire world: IDEO. IDEO is a pioneer of human-centered design and …

S7: #061: Denise Silber of Doctors 2.0 & You

April 24th, 2018


In episode 61, we catch up with Denise Silber, founder-president of Basil Strategies and the Doctors 2.0 & You conference series. Denise is an American expat who has lived abroad for over 20 years, and has a great …

S6: #060: Amir Kalali, MD, on Digital Therapeutics, Neuroscience and Drug Development

April 17th, 2018


Dr. Amir Kalali is a highly respected member of the global community in life sciences and clinical research. In fact, for 5 of the years between 2005 and 2012, PharmaVOICE magazine named him as one its 100 most …

S6: #059: Martin Kelly on Collaboration with Startups and Corporates

April 10th, 2018



In this episode, I spoke with Martin Kelly, the CEO and co-founder of Health XL. Health XL provides a platform and services to connect people, …

S6: #058: Brennan Spiegel Gets Real About Virtual Reality

April 3rd, 2018


If you follow the work being done in Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) - you probably have already seen the work being done by today's …

S6: #057: Rasu Shrestha on How to Build the Future of Healthcare

March 21st, 2018


We are joined by Dr Rasu Shrestha, an incredibly gifted individual in the health and technology space. He was recognized by Becker’s Hospital Review …

S6: #056: Building the World's Largest Connected Care Network, Bit by Bit

February 23rd, 2018


Eren Bali is the CEO and Cofounder of Carbon Health a San Francisco-based company that has its sites set on building the world's largest connected care network. If Eren was just any aspiring entrepreneur entering the …

S6: #055: The One About Fertility

January 29th, 2018


In this episode, we dive into a topic that is changing rapidly and that is the topic of reproductive health. I invited the founders of two companies …

S6: #054: Christian Seale of Startupbootcamp Miami

January 25th, 2018


What does it take to become a world leader in the health tech space? Cities around the world, and even entire countries, are battling for the chance to be the digital health capital of the world.  In addition to Silicon …

S6: #053: Fred Toney of Launchpad Digital Health in San Francisco

January 17th, 2018


Fred Toney is the CEO & Co-Founder of Launchpad Digital Health, which is the most active institutional lead investor in digital health at the seed stage in the U.S. Fred has more than 20 years of financial and …

S6: #052: Roberto Ascione on Digital Therapeutics, Data Driven Nutrition, and More

January 9th, 2018


Roberto Ascione is the CEO of Healthware International, a next-generation healthcare consultancy, combining a unique blend of marketing and creative …

S6: #051: Bayer Launches New G4A Generator Program

January 8th, 2018


Bayer is launching the G4A Generator program and opening for applications the week of January 8th, 2018.  Tune in to hear how Bayer is creating commercial opportunities for early stage businesses - and they are …

S5: #050: The Growth and Success of VR/AR/MxR in Health

January 3rd, 2018


In this episode, we discuss five innovators and the virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and Mixed Reality solutions they are implementing …

S5: #049: Rafael Grossmann on Using AR/VR to Take Education to the Next Level

December 16th, 2017


In this episode we talk about healthcare solutions using augmented reality and virtual reality. It wasn’t that long ago that holograms and immersive …

S5: #048: Azza Gadir on the Microbiome and Allergies, Immunity and Mental Health

November 30th, 2017


We think a lot about the things we put into our bodies but there is a relatively new field coming into the spotlight as we learn more about the things that are already in, and on, our bodies.  That field is research …

S5: #047: Jeffrey Brewer on Simplifying Diabetes Management Systems

November 15th, 2017


What do you do when you get bad news? Do you moan and complain about it? Maybe you steel yourself and decide not to let it dominate you and carry on, taking the setbacks in stride.

Or maybe, you're one of the group of …

S5: #046: Dr. Brandon Palermo on Digital Solutions to Manage Antimicrobial Resistance

November 8th, 2017


In this episode we address the role of digital health in managing antimicrobial resistance. We hear about antibiotic resistance in the mainstream …

S5: #045: Justin Barad on Virtual Reality Training in Orthopaedics and Beyond

October 31st, 2017


In this episode, we speak with another game developer turned healthcare professional. You may remember back on episode 8 we spoke with nurse and master gamer Anna Sort. She’s now running a company based in Barcelona …

S5: #044: Jamey Edwards on Telemedicine and Five Keys for Humanizing Healthcare

October 24th, 2017


In this episode, we talk about telemedicine 3.0 and humanizing healthcare. We spoke with Jamey Edwards, the CEO and founder of Cloudbreak, a company …

S5: #043: Prof. Stefano Bini on the Development of Digital Tools for Orthopaedics

October 17th, 2017


In this episode I spoke with Professor Stefano Bini, he’s an Orthopaedic Surgeon at UCSF and the Chair of the Digital Orthopaedics Conference.  That’s right: "Digital Orthopaedics".

I met Professor Bini through Nick …

S5: #042: Jack Barrette on the 7 Secrets of Successful Patient Expert Collaboration

September 29th, 2017


In this episode, we dive into patient expert collaboration with lifelong health marketer, serial entrepreneur, and internet pioneer Jack Barrette. …

S5: #041: Matthew Holt Talks SMACK About Digital Health

September 1st, 2017


This is part 2 of the conversation with Matthew Holt of Health 2.0.  In episode 40, Matthew shared his experience as a healthcare researcher, beach …

S4: #040: Matthew Holt on Health 2.0 and the Global Stage for Health Innovators

August 31st, 2017


Matthew Holt went to work in 2006 to create an event that focused on health tech innovators.  That event was the first Health 2.0.  Now, 11 years …

S4: #039: Unity Stoakes (Part 2) 10 Moonshots and 25 Years to Change the World

August 28th, 2017


This is the second part of a two-part interview with the batteries included health transformer Unity Stoakes. I gave Unity a full introduction in the …

S4: #038: Unity Stoakes (Part 1) The Journey from Tech Startups to Startup Health

August 28th, 2017



In this episode I speak with Unity Stoakes, cofounder and president of Startup Health. Unity has a great story and a great job. His mission is to improve the wellbeing of everyone in the world. You read that right. He …

S4: #037: Kevin Lyman on Deep Learning, Startup Competitions, and the Woz

August 15th, 2017


Our guest in this episode is Kevin Lyman, an extremely talented entrepreneur and computer scientist based out in San Francisco. He’s worked at companies including Microsoft and SpaceX, and he’s even founded several …

S4: #036: Mike Ryan on Creating Successful Businesses in Healthcare

August 2nd, 2017


In this episode we are joined by Mike Ryan. He is a widely recognized startup guru and has decades of experience across roles ranging from …

S4: #035: John Pugh on Redefining the Rules of Healthcare

July 25th, 2017


In this episode I spoke with John Pugh. John is the Health and Life Science Team Leader for Accenture.  He describes himself as 100% digital innovator and entirely committed to transforming the Life Science and …

S4: #034: Nick Adkins Explains the True Meaning of #Pinksocks

July 18th, 2017


If you’ve spent any time on the health innovation threads on Twitter, you will no doubt have seen the emoticon-filled tweets of Nick Adkins and the thousands of tweets made around the world with the hashtag #pinksocks. …

S4: #033: Jen Lannon Shares the Latest Research on How Consumers Find Health-Related Information Online

July 16th, 2017


In this episode, we talk about the internet. You know it’s being used to enable great things, but with so much information available at our fingertips, the internet can also be a very confusing place when it comes to …

S4: #032: Richard Corbridge on Ireland's Transformation of Health and Social Care

July 4th, 2017


Alright, our guest today is Richard Corbridge, he is both the Chief Information Officer for the Health Service Executive in Ireland and he’s the CEO of eHealth Ireland.

Richard has a wealth of experience in the Health …

S4: #031: Paul Budd on Growing Businesses and Finding Talent

June 27th, 2017


As we release this episode we are days away from the end of the first half of 2017. 2018 is right around the corner, which means that the coming months will see companies firming up their plans and goals for the next …

S3: #030: Liz Parrish on Developing New Therapies to Slow and Reverse the Effects of Aging

June 20th, 2017


Today we’re going to talk about aging. It’s a condition that everyone experiences and indeed, one thing is certain: when it comes to aging, our condition is terminal.  Our guest today is challenging that and fighting …

S3: #029: Dr. Michelle Longmire on Removing Barriers to Innovation in Healthcare

June 12th, 2017


There are about 300,000 mobile health apps on the market, about double what there was a few years ago. With these apps being downloaded more than 3 …

S3: #028: Ain Aaviksoo Shares How Estonia is Putting the 'E' in 'E-Health'

June 6th, 2017


In this episode of Digital Health Today, we are jumping over to the country of Estonia, a country of 1.3 million people situated on the Baltic Sea. Estonia borders Latvia and Russia, and is across the water from its …

S3: #027: Yuval Mor on What Your Voice is Saying About You

May 31st, 2017


On this episode of Digital Health Today, Yuval Mor, CEO of Beyond Verbal, dives into the research and potential of technology that uses vocal …

S3: #026: Kate Newhouse on How to Cross Borders and Overcome Obstacles in Telemedicine

May 24th, 2017


On this show we’ve spoken to entrepreneurs that are serving needs in developed markets, we’ve spoken to entrepreneurs who are creating solutions for …

S3: #025: Chaitanya Dahagam on IBM Watson: From Jeopardy to Genomes

May 17th, 2017


My guest today is Chaitanya Dahagam. He is a Healthcare Technologist and Global Partner Innovation Executive at IBM Watson Health. He studied …

S3: #024: Brian O'Connor on the Biggest Obstacle to Progress in Healthcare

May 9th, 2017


My guest today is Brian O’Connor. Brian is chair of the European Connected Health Alliance, or ‘ECH Alliance’, which is a not-for-profit membership …

S3: #023: Dr. Daisy Robinton on the Future Vision of Personal Biological Health

May 2nd, 2017


My guest today is Dr Daisy Robinton. I met Daisy at Wired Health in London earlier this year where she delivered a tremendous talk about CRISPR-Cas9 and once I heard it, I knew I had to ask her to come here on the …

S3: #022: Eugene Borukhovich on Accelerating Transformation in Lifesciences

April 30th, 2017


I’ve been looking forward to recording this episode for a long time, my guest is Eugene Borukhovich, he started a new role last year as the Global …

S3: #021: Dr. Arshya Vahabzadeh on Developing and Applying Technology in Mental Health

April 24th, 2017


In this episode of Digital Health Today, we’re going to switch things up and talk about something that needs more attention and resources: mental health. It’s being talked about more and more as we break down the …

S2: #020: Dr Daniel Kraft on Exponential Medicine and The Singularity

March 14th, 2017


My guest today is none other than Dr Daniel Kraft; a physician-scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, and innovator. He has over 25 years experience working across health care innovation, biomedical research, and clinical …

S2: #019: Dr. Shafi Ahmed on Connecting a Billion Minds with Virtual Reality

February 22nd, 2017


My guest today is Dr. Shafi Ahmed. He is a colorectal surgeon in London practicing in the NHS at St Barts as well as several private hospitals. He is …

S2: #018: Dave Chase on the Big Heist in Healthcare

February 10th, 2017


My guest today is a very successful consultant, entrepreneur, investor, writer and now film maker.  Dave Chase was named one of the most influential …

S2: #017: John Reites on the Virtualization of Clinical Research

February 1st, 2017


My guest is John Reites, an executive intrapreneur turned digital health entrepreneur. You may have seen him on stage talking about innovation as a digital health evangelist for a contract research organization.  

John …

S2: #016: Harry Rowland on Touching Hearts with Implantable Technology

January 4th, 2017


Today I’m talking with Harry Rowland, co-founder and CEO of Endotronix. Endotronix was founded in 2007 and is developing an implantable pressure …

S2: #015: How Maven Clinic is Making Healthcare Accessible to Women

November 26th, 2016


I first heard about Kate Ryder of Maven Clinic when I was attending a conference in Las Vegas earlier this year. The conference was actually not focused on healthcare, but when I was speaking to one of the other …

S2: #014: Neil Jordan on Microsoft Digital Health Transformation

September 23rd, 2016


Microsoft isn’t known as a healthcare company, but when it comes to technology infrastructure - there is arguably no technology company with a …

S2: #013: Developing Market-Driven Models in Emerging Markets

September 12th, 2016


So far on this podcast we’ve had guests from Germany, the Netherlands, all across the USA, the UK, Spain, France and more. There’s so much happening with digital health transformation all around the world, and today, …

S2: #012: Overcoming Innovation Inertia in Healthcare

September 6th, 2016


In this episode, we talk about overcoming innovation inertia in healthcare. More specifically, we talk about how to identify the obstacles within organizations, and, most importantly, how to overcome them to accelerate …

S2: #011: iHealth Labs - Making Works of Art that Help You Stay Healthy

August 23rd, 2016


If you've searched for connected health devices in an Apple Store or on Amazon, you’ll see a familiar brand there among the choices. iHealth Labs is …

S1: #010: Royal Philips - Transforming the Future of Health

July 30th, 2016


You don't have to spend time in hospitals to be familiar with Philips products. Formed in 1891, originally Philips made light bulbs before expanding …

S1: #009: Dr Leslie Saxon on Developing a Virtual Care Model that Works

July 22nd, 2016


During this episode I discuss innovation and virtual care with Dr. Leslie Saxon from the USC Keck School of Medicine. Keck has developed one of the …

S1: #008: From World of Warcraft to the War on Diabetes

July 1st, 2016


Gamification in Health and Wellness

The gaming and health sectors have traditionally been pretty far removed from one another, but there is a perfect …

S1: #007: Taking on the World: How Medtep is Tackling Behavior Change. Globally.

June 13th, 2016


Our guest, Pablo Pantaleoni, is an economist and entrepreneur, and he is the CEO and Co-founder of Medtep. He's worked for banks and brokering firms, specializing in international markets. He also has worked for the …

S1: #006: Dr Ashish Atreja of Mount Sinai: The Network of Digital Evidence

May 13th, 2016


My guest today is  Dr Ashish Atreja. He is an Assistant Professor and the Chief Technology Engagement and Innovation Officer, Department of Medicine, …

S1: #005: Dr Ben Maruthappu, Co-founder of NHS Innovation Accelerator, shares insights on transforming the NHS

May 6th, 2016


On today’s episode we discuss innovation at the National Health Service with our distinguished guest, Dr. Mahiben Maruthappu.

Dr. Maruthappu is the co-founder of the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA), and was the first …

S1: #004: Dr Tania Boler, Creator of Elvie, The most personal tracker for improving core strength

April 24th, 2016


Many women find at various times of their lives that their pelvic floor muscles are not as strong as they could or should be. Today on the Digital …

S1: #003: Stuart Karten on creating extraordinary experiences between people and products

April 16th, 2016


This podcast features the experienced innovator, designer and entrepreneur, Stuart Karten of Karten Design.

Stuart founded his product innovation …

S1: #002: Amin Zayani of, safeguarding your medicine and peace of mind

April 6th, 2016


Today's guest is Amin Zayani.  Amin is the CEO and founder of MedAngel which is providing a brand new solution to help protect your medicine and …

S1: #001: Dan Kendall of Digital Health Today

March 30th, 2016


Tune in to the first ever episode of Digital Health Today! The host, Dan Kendall, shares his vision for the podcast and invites you to be a part of the digital health community. Visit to learn …

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