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Indu Subaiya is the cofounder of Health 2.0, the leading conference and media platform that promotes and catalyzes new technologies in health care. In 2017, Health 2.0’s conference business was acquired by HIMSS, and Indu continues to head the organization as executive vice president. She also serves as co-chairman of Health 2.0 Catalyst, a health innovation services company. Prior to founding Health 2.0, Indu was entrepreneur-in-residence at Physic Ventures, vice president of healthcare and biomedical research at Gerson Lehman Group and director of outcomes research at Quorum Consulting, Inc. She has served as vice president of the Society for Participatory Medicine and on advisory committees of the Department of Health and Human Services and National Health Data Consortium. Recognized as an engaging interviewer, moderator, and keynote speaker, Indu has spoken or moderated at the Clinton Foundation Health Matters Initiative, the President’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit, Mayo Clinic Transform Symposium, SXSW Interactive, Cleveland Clinic Patient Experience Summit, IFC Global Private Health Conference, Slush 2017, and others. In 2013, FierceHealthIT named Indu one of Health Information Technology’s Most Influential Women. Indu received her BS from Cornell University in Science and Technology Studies, an MD from Stony Brook University School of Medicine, and an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley.