Drew Schiller co-founded and serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Validic, the leading digital health platform for connecting patient-generated data from apps, wearables, and in-home medical devices to the healthcare system.
At Validic, Drew leads the strategy of Validic driving key market initiatives and working closely with senior executives at client and partner organizations to stay ahead of the innovation curve.
Drew believes that digital health will reshape healthcare. He speaks, writes, and provides interviews on a variety of digital health topics, including connected health, the future of digital health technology, interoperability and data access, digital health privacy and security, open data and standards, as well as practical use cases regarding how consumer health devices can be used in clinical settings to improve the quality of care, better health outcomes, and reduce healthcare costs.
Drew serves on the Board of Directors for Validic, helping govern the corporate strategy, identity, and mission. He is a member of the Federal Advisory Committee joint HITPC/HITSC API Task Force on Meaningful Use 3. Additionally, he sits on the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) Health & Fitness Technology Board and contributes to CTA Health & Fitness subcommittees on Interoperability, Privacy and Security, and Standards. As head of a CTA subcommittee on Standards, Drew is charged with helping define standards for physical activity across wearable devices. In addition to his work with CTA, Drew serves on the Leadership Council for the eHealth Initiative (eHI) and participates in the eHI Interoperability Workgroup. He is also actively working with and made a formal commitment to President Obama’s Precision Medicine Initiative.
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