Speaker Profile

M.D., Founder & Chief Medical Officer, AliveCor Inc.

Biography
Started Corazonix in 1985. Sold to Arrhythmia Research Technology in 1991. Started Data Critical in 1995. Went public in 1999 (DCCA: NASDAQ). Sold to GE Healthcare in 2001. Worked at GE Healthcare on New Technologies and Products. Left GE as Chief Clinical Scientist of GE Cardiology in 2004. Started InnovAlarm in 2004. InnovAlarm will be split into three separate startups. Lifetone introduced our first product, the LIfetone HL Fire Alarm and Clock as the first UL-listed, patented low frequency and tactile fire alarm in the guise of a standard alarm clock. Started AliveCor in 2010 to commercialize my smartphone ECG invention as one of the earliest and most clinically validated digital health innovations. 60 issued US patents, 25 currently pending. 100 published abstracts and journal articles in the Cardiovascular Literature. Specialties: Cardiovascular diagnostic devices (ECG, echo, CT, MRI, nuclear) Audio digital signal processing (alarms, Doppler Echo).

Talk
Removing Data Sharing Barriers; Expectations for the Healthcare Industry
This session brings together two sides of the data sharing innovation landscape – technologists and traditional healthcare systems. The group will discuss the breadth and depth of the impact data sharing technologies will have for insurers, digital health companies, and traditional healthcare systems seeking to innovate and push precision medicine forward.


 Session Abstract – PMWC 2022 Silicon Valley


The value of data in healthcare is undeniable and realized when raw information is successfully converted into knowledge that changes clinical practice. To drive value improvements and ensure that the right patient receives the right care requires the right data in combination with the right data analytics. This session will cover various aspects and challenges of data science in hospitals and health systems that drive healthcare with better outcomes.

Sessions:

  • Data Sharing Application: Needs, Advancements, and Challenges
    - Russ Cucina, UCSF
  • Removing Data Sharing Barriers; Expectations for the Healthcare Industry
    Session Chair: Riddhiman Das, TripleBlind
    - John Halamka, Mayo Clinic
    - Navee Pereira, Mayo Clinic
    - David Albert, AliveCor Inc.
  • Next-Generation Data Sharing: Discoverable, Accessible, Interoperable Data (PANEL)
    Session Chair: John F. Kalafut, Asher Orion Group
    - Joel Sevinsky, Theiagen Genomics
    - Ittai Dayan, Rhino Health
    - Russ Cucina, UCSF
    - Sharmila Majumdar, UCSF
    - Ashok Chennuru, Anthem
  • Sustainable Data Systems via FAIR Data Principles
    Session Chair: Alex Sherman, MGH
    - Wade Davis, Karius
  • Multi-Factor Data Science to Inform Clinical Research
    Session Chair: Charlotte Nelson, MATE Bioservices
    - Gundolf Schenk, UCSF
  • Translational AI: Innovation to Clinical Implementation and Reimbursement (PANEL)
    Session Chair: John J. Sninsky, Translational Consultant
    - Katy Wack, PathAI
    - Steve Anderson, LabCorp
    - Nigam Shah, Stanford
    - Rachael A Callcut, UCD
  • Leveraging Multiomic Data to Advance Rare Disease Drug Discovery and Development (PANEL)
    Session Chair: Carsten Ullrich, CENTOGENE
    - Purvesh Khatri, Stanford
    - Michael Hund, EB Research Partnership
  • AI/ML in Hospitals and Clinics / Digital Health Transformation / Predicting Clinical Outcomes
    Session Chair: Robert Hauser, Vidence
    - Alan Kaplan, LLNL
    - Peter Yu, Hartford Healthcare
    - Amir Bahmani, Stanford
    - Jeremy Goecks, OHSU
    - Andrew Le, Buoy Health
  • PMWC 2022 Showcase
    - Kelly Hall, InheRET, Inc.
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