Announcing The Fourth Class Of The Health Innovators Fellowship
The Health Innovators Fellows will spend four weeks over the course of two years exploring their leadership, core values, desired legacies, and vision for the health care system. All Fellows commit to launching a leadership venture that will stretch and challenge them and have a positive and lasting impact on health care in the US. Their first seminar will be in Aspen, CO, this September.
- Andrew Parham, CEO, Blue Holdings, St. Albans, MO
- Antonios Clapsis, Vice President, Enterprise Strategy, CVS Health, Providence, RI
- Arun Patel, Director, Patient Safety, Clinical Risk Management, and Compliance, LA County Dept. of Health Services, Los Angeles, CA
- Chandra Ghose-Paul, Founder and CEO, Bioharmony Therapeutics, New York, NY
- Cindy Bo, Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer, Nemours Children’s Health System, Wilmington, DE
- Ellen Goldberg, Founder and President, CHORD Consulting, Reno, NV
- Griffin Myers, Cofounder and Chief Medical Officer, Oak Street Health, Jackson, WY
- Hanni Stoklosa, Executive Director, HEAL Trafficking; Emergency Physician, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Arlington, MA
- Indu Subaiya, Cofounder, Health 2.0; Executive Vice President, HIMSS, Los Angeles, CA
- Jason Helgerson, Medicaid Director (former), New York State; Founder, Helgerson Solutions Group, Albany, NY
- Jeremy Green, Founder and Portfolio Manager, Redmile Group, LLC
- Leon Bernal-Mizrachi, Assistant Professor, Emory University School of Medicine; Chief Scientific Officer, Kodikaz Therapeutics, Inc., Atlanta, GA
- Matthew Lawrence, CEO, RxGen, Hamden, CT
- Michael Lindsey, Executive Director, McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, New York University, New York, NY
- Monica Lypson, Director of Medical and Dental Education, Department of Veterans Affairs, Silver Spring, MD
- Nina Kjellson, General Partner, Canaan Partners, Sausalito, CA
- Nnamdi Njoku, Vice President and General Manager, Transformative Solutions, Medtronic, Inc., Eden Prairie, MN
- Odette Harris, Professor of Neurosurgery, Stanford School of Medicine; Director, Defense Veterans Brain Injury Center, Los Altos Hills, CA
- Rachael Speegle, Chief Operating Officer, The Verdes Foundation, Albuquerque, NM
- Raina Merchant, Associate Vice President and Director, Center for Digital Health, Penn Medicine, Philadelphia, PA
- Sonu Ahluwalia, Clinical Chief, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
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