Here are the 40 upstarts and veterans who are transforming the healthcare industry.
Kevin Johnson is president of Marketeching.
Susan Dorfman is chief commercial officer of CMI/Compas.
Justin Chase is EVP and head, innovation and media at Intouch Solutions.
Anne Weiler is CEO and cofounder of Wellpepper.
Tej Toor was formerly product at Blink Health.
Sandra Shpilberg is founder and CEO of Seeker Health.
Scarlet Shore is product manager and platform lead, Project Baseline at Verily.
Omri Shor is CEO of Medisafe.
Sanjeev Saxena is CEO of POC Medical Systems.
Camille Samuels is partner of Venrock.
Colleen Reinhart is director, patient marketing and therapy awareness, transcatheter heart valves at Edwards Lifesciences.
Joe Meadows is president of Think Patients.
Chrissa McFarlane is founder and CEO of Patientory.
Molly McCarthy is national director, U.S. provider market and chief nursing officer of Microsoft.
Eddie Martucci is CEO of Akili Interactive Labs.
Missy Krasner is special projects/disruptive innovation at Amazon.
William King is founder and executive chairman of Zephyr Health.
John Jorden is executive director, Amgen Digital Health at Amgen.
Aaron Horowitz is cofounder and CEO of Sproutel.
Pablo Graiver is CEO of Antidote.
Jamey Edwards is CEO of Cloudbreak Health.
David Ebersman is cofounder and CEO of Lyra Health.
Nick Desai is cofounder and CEO of Heal.
Jeffrey Brewer is cofounder, president, and CEO of Bigfoot Biomedical.
Sundeep Bhan is cofounder and CEO of Prognos.
Jay Appel is executive director of Bristol-Myers Squibb.
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