Chris Furmanski, PhD
Director of Technology & Innovation
Stanford Health Care
Dr. Furmanski has diverse experience in human-centered software design, empirical user studies, numerous techniques of brain & behavior measurement, and the development of artificial cognitive agents.
Executive Director of Information Security and Compliance
Prior was a Business Leader with Visa, Inc. Global Information Security and Compliance. Prior was a leader in HP Professional Services Information Security, CIO/CISO Advisory and other services for nearly 12 years. Mike has been a frequent Information Security and Data Privacy speaker for nearly 20 years. Mike is a board member of the InfraGard FBI/DHS strategic infrastructure cyber defense organization. He is on the ABA, S-T ISC, ISSA Silicon Valley Board of Directors, the SecureWorld CSO Advisory Board, is responsible for his firm's HIPAA BA compliance & that of its 3rd parties and works with customer attorneys daily.
Rajiv Kumar, MD
Medical Director of Mobile Health
Stanford Children's Health
Dr. Kumar is the Physician Lead for Endocrine/Diabetes Informatics at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital and is utilizing Apple’s Healthkit for pediatric diabetic care. According to a recent article about their work, his team is integrating data from Health through the Epic MyChart app to allow custom informatics/triaging of home blood glucose monitoring.
Matthew Smuck, MD
Director, Center for Medical Mobile Technology
Dr. Smuck is a physician educator at Stanford University, where he is the Chief of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation and an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery. He is also an award-winning researcher who pioneered the new field of physical performance monitoring using wearables. With a broader interest in medical applications of mobile technology, he investigates wearable data to uncover new insights into human diseases, and he aims to define the role of wearables in chronic disease detection and prevention.
Martin Entwistle, MD
Executive Director, Personalized Healthcare Plans
From 1996-2008, Martin was founder and CEO of Enigma CKM Inc., a vendor that created a patented clinical decision support system, which was acquired by PAMF in 2008. On joining PAMF, he served as senior director of Personalized Healthcare Programs, developing programs that help to improve patients’ health by creating personalized health plans based on the patient’s individual situation and health. He is now Executive Director of Personalized Healthcare Programs and responsible for development and deployment of Sutter Health’s “Mpower Your Health” system for population health management. He is past Executive Director of the Druker Center for Health System Innovation in PAMF. Martin qualified as a physician (MB ChB) from Birmingham University, UK and earned specialization in orthopedic surgery (FRCSEd), and MBA from Cranfield University, UK.
Ronald M. Razmi, MD, MBA
Chief Executive Officer
Dr. Ronald Razmi is Founder and CEO of Acupera. He is responsible for Acupera’s strategic direction, company operations, and product portfolio. Ron’s background as a cardiologist and healthcare consultant and investor gives him unique insights into the challenges facing medical professionals.
Prior to founding Acupera, Ron was a Management Consultant at McKinsey and Company and Navigant Consulting. He was previously Founder and Executive Director of cardiovascularmri.com. He has worked with many of the world’s largest healthcare companies, providing guidance on business strategy, mergers and acquisitions, product development and healthcare technology.
Richard Hu, MD
Founder and CEO
Vivametrica & Clinical Professor, Department of Surgery
University of Calgary
Dr. Richard Hu leads Vivametrica as founder and CEO. Rick comes from a spinal and orthopedic surgery background and is a clinical professor of surgery at the University of Calgary. His past experience includes leadership roles within hospital and health care systems, and within university settings. Rick has co-founded, nurtured and grown a number of health-related businesses.
Bob Rogers, PhD
Chief Data Scientist for Big Data Solutions
Bob is Chief Data Scientist for Big Data Solutions at Intel, where he applies his experience solving problems with big data and analytics to help Intel build world class customer solutions. Previously, Bob was co-founder and Chief Scientist at Apixio, a big data analytics company for healthcare.
Bob began his career as an astrophysicist, developing computer models of physical processes near super-massive black holes. He became interested in computational intelligence and co-authored the book “Artificial Neural Networks: Forecasting Time Series,” which led to a twelve-year career managing a quantitative futures trading fund. In 2006, Bob transitioned into healthcare at Carl Zeiss Meditec, where he was product manager of the gold standard diagnostic device for the management of glaucoma. He received his BS in Physics at UC Berkeley and his PhD in Physics at Harvard.