Sean Nolan – Microsoft HealthVault

In this video, Microsoft HealthVault’s Chief Architect, Sean Nolan, discusses overcoming an early obstacle — getting over the dismay of not knowing someone who can pilot your product at their large hospital.

Jan Gurley – MD

Jan Gurley, MD practices internal medicine in San Francisco. Gurley delivered a talk at Health:Refactored, Health 2.0′s conference for designers and developers. In this post-game interview, she elaborates on her talk and explains to product designers when it’s OK to talk to patients at the fourth grade level.

Bryan Sivak – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services CTO Bryan Sivak talks about his goals for designers and developers and the influence he hopes they have on health care. But first he explains how he got from Silicon Valley to D.C. in the first place.

David Kale – University of Southern California

David Kale is studying machine learning and data mining. In this interview he explains his vision for clinical decision support and discusses how to get the momentum going on a data analysis project.

Esther Dyson

Esther Dyson, an angel investor, talks about HICCup, a scheme focused on fostering a giant non-clinical trial testing various  health interventions across a number of communities. Dyson aims to use HICCup to prove that health prevention programs work at limiting disease and reduce medical care spending.

Sean Nolan

Sean Nolan – Microsoft HealthVault

In this video, Microsoft HealthVault’s Chief Architect, Sean Nolan, discusses overcoming an early obstacle — getting over the dismay of not knowing someone who can pilot your product at their large hospital.

Jan Gurley

Jan Gurley – MD

Jan Gurley, MD practices internal medicine in San Francisco. Gurley delivered a talk at Health:Refactored, Health 2.0′s conference for designers and developers. In this post-game interview, she elaborates on her talk and explains to product designers when it’s OK to talk to patients at the fourth grade level.

Bryan Sivak

Bryan Sivak – U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services CTO Bryan Sivak talks about his goals for designers and developers and the influence he hopes they have on health care. But first he explains how he got from Silicon Valley to D.C. in the first place.

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David Kale – University of Southern California

David Kale is studying machine learning and data mining. In this interview he explains his vision for clinical decision support and discusses how to get the momentum going on a data analysis project.

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Esther Dyson

Esther Dyson, an angel investor, talks about HICCup, a scheme focused on fostering a giant non-clinical trial testing various  health interventions across a number of communities. Dyson aims to use HICCup to prove that health prevention programs work at limiting disease and reduce medical care spending.