2015 Schedule
Interactive: March 13–17  •  Film: March 13–21  •  Music: March 17–22

Digital Health and Consumerization of Healthcare

Saturday, March 14
11:00AM - 12:00PM

JW Marriott
Room 203-204
110 E 2nd St

The explosion in technology over the past decade has transformed the world we live in, and nearly all successful businesses today leverage new technologies to their advantage. Yet due to its regulatory and competitive complexity, the healthcare industry has been a notorious laggard in incorporating the benefits of the digital revolution. Recent years, however, have seen numerous innovations on the digital health front and, finally, the move towards a consumerized healthcare system that gives patients more control over their care. These developments could have significant, lasting implications for the sector and completely change the way people think about health. Nathan Olivarez-Giles of the Wall Street Journal will moderate a panel to discuss these issues with Glen Tullman of Livongo Health, Mike Lee, founder and CEO of MyFitnessPal, and Ray Bradford, Founder and CEO of Spruce Health.


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Glen Tullman

Chairman & CEO

Livongo Health

Mike Lee

Co-Founder & CEO

The Future Market

Mike Lee is co-founder of MyFitnessPal, the leading free resource helping people improve their health. Prior to founding MyFitnessPal, Mike co-founded NextC, a venture-funded startup focused on bui...

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Nathan Olivarez-Giles

Technology Reporter

The Wall Street Journal

Ray Bradford

Founder & CEO

Spruce Health

Ray Bradford is the Founder & CEO of Spruce, a stealth KPCB-backed venture focused on the intersection of mobile and healthcare delivery. Prior to founding Spruce, Ray was a Partner at Kleiner Perk...

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