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Conversations on Clubhouse and beyond -- to capture and share many of the live discussions and events featuring, hosted, or co-hosted by a16z partners (with outside voices too).

Many of these different discussions and events take place on the social audio/ drop-in chat app Clubhouse; to attend those in real time or sign up for the app please visit joinclubhouse.com.

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To learn more about the broader a16z Podcast network and shows, please visit a16z.com/podnetwork.

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Conversations on Clubhouse and beyond -- to capture and share many of the live discussions and events featuring, hosted, or co-hosted by a16z partners (with outside voices too).

Many of these different discussions and events take place on the social audio/ drop-in chat app Clubhouse; to attend those in real time or sign up for the app please visit joinclubhouse.com.

As a reminder, all content posted here is provided for informational purposes only, and should not be relied upon as legal, business, investment, or tax advice. Views expressed are those of the individuals and not the views of Andreessen Horowitz, please see a16z.com/disclosures for more.

To learn more about the broader a16z Podcast network and shows, please visit a16z.com/podnetwork.

    a16z Bio #20: How useful is real world data in medicine?

    a16z Bio #20: How useful is real world data in medicine?

    As our healthcare system has adopted more digital tools, our electronic medical records (EMR) have become a repository of real world patient data -- that is, patient data generated outside of a clinical trial. But that real world data is complex and messy, so what are the actual use cases for it? Can it be used for real-time clinical decision support, or is its utility limited to less time-sensitive use cases? a16z Bio General Partner and practicing physician Vineeta Agarwala talks to data initiative leaders from the University of California, Truveta, Foundation Medicine, and Johns Hopkins about how they are using real world data and how this data may be changing the role of academic medical centers (AMC) and other organizational players in our healthcare system.

    • 39 min
    a16z Bio #19: Going B2C2B in Digital Health

    a16z Bio #19: Going B2C2B in Digital Health

    Digital health companies are finding new paths to market. In this special edition of the a16z bio show, recorded live at the HLTH conference in Boston, we talk to digital health builders from Maven, Butterfly, and Bold about one of these new go-to-market (GTM) motions: B2C2B, or bottom up, that starts direct to consumer before selling to businesses and organizations. Why did they choose this motion? What makes it so powerful? And what tips do they have for other founders?

    • 54 min
    One on One with A and Z #12: What is the most misunderstood area of markets?

    One on One with A and Z #12: What is the most misunderstood area of markets?

    Marc and Ben on why the efficient market hypothesis isn't quite what it seems, stocks don't really exist, and all information is by definition surprise.

    • 19 min
    Good Time Show: Performance with Purpose with Indra Nooyi

    Good Time Show: Performance with Purpose with Indra Nooyi

    Indra Nooyi is the former chairperson and CEO of PepsiCO, a current board member of Amazon, and consistently named one of the most 100 influential women in the world. In short, she's had quite the career, and in this Good Time Show, she shares her favorite management hack, why she chose PepsiCo over GE, how she handled the loneliness of leadership, and what Steve Jobs taught her about design.

    • 38 min
    One on One with A and Z #11: How much rare knowledge is there?

    One on One with A and Z #11: How much rare knowledge is there?

    How often does it happen that less than 10 people in the world know something? Is expertise knowing what others don't? Or is it a willingness to see what everyone knows in a different light?

    • 14 min
    Good Time Show: What It Takes to Survive with Lyft Founder John Zimmer

    Good Time Show: What It Takes to Survive with Lyft Founder John Zimmer

    Lyft began with a vision to reimagine cities, driving virality with pink mustaches and fist bumps. A decade later, they've weathered one of the fiercest battles for market share as well as a pandemic that tanked first rider demand and then driver supply. Cofounder and President John Zimmer as well as a16z's Ben Horowitz, who was on Lyft's board of directors for a time, talk about what it took to survive, as well as where they see the future of transportation and cities.

    • 51 min

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18 Ratings

Mmmmmmieieiejduhuunurnuf ,

Please keep making more!

Marc and Ben have great insights. The world needs more!

(Also I prefer listening at 1.5x-2x speed rather than Clubhouse’s real-time speed)

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