The AWS Health Innovation Podcast showcases entrepreneurs and investors who are driving progress in healthcare and life science across the globe.
#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.
#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.
#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.
#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/.
#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.
#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.