Innovators in patient-centered healthcare

Mitos Suson · March 21, 2016 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/4408

At Vator Splash Health 2016



At Vator Splash Health 2016, Stephanie Lee (Senior Technology Reporter) moderated the panel: Innovators in patient-centered healthcare with panelists: Jason Oberfest (Founder & CEO, Mango Health), Vic Gundotra (CEO, AliveCor), Peter Shalek (Founder & CEO, Joyable)

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I am currently affiliated with Vator. I co-produce the Vator Events and enjoy the challenge. I am learning and growing a lot, being involved with Vator and I love it!

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