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An inside look at how Fitbit's 25 million active devices improve health and wellness across the population health spectrum.

Chief Operating Officer, Fitbit Health Solutions

Innovator-Led Innovations May Soon Come True

Healthcare leaders demand disruption, but who will spark big change first?

Chief Strategy Officer, National Business Group on Health
Partner, Health & Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman
Partner, Health & Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman

Insights from industry leaders on getting out of your comfort zone.

Live from OWHIC's Thrive Global Insights Lounge

Thrive Global interviews Optum's strategy leader about making sense of healthcare's chaos and how to get enough sleep anyway.

Group Executive Vice President, Optum

Physicians are best positioned to curtail the $265 billion wasted annually on unneeded care.

Global Head, Health Services, Oliver Wyman
Professor of Surgery and Health Policy, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Engagement Manager, Oliver Wyman

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Executives driving machine learning-focused companies examine artificial intelligence’s untapped healthcare opportunities.

Digital Health Physician, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Dr. Marty Makary summarizes four key takeaways following his Alliance of Community Health Plans keynote address on unnecessary care delivery.

Professor of Surgery and Health Policy, Johns Hopkins Medicine
Chief Medical Officer and Director, Clinical Innovation, Alliance of Community Health Plans

In this episode of the Oliver Wyman Health Podcast, we talk what's next for artificial intelligence, machine learning, IoT, and blockchain.

CIO, Beth Israel Deaconess Healthcare System, International Healthcare Innovation Professor, Harvard Medical School
Partner, Health & Life Sciences, Oliver Wyman

Digital health is a cultural transformation. How can we create immediate access to what is needed most in healthcare?

Principal, Market Strategy & Partnerships, Slingshot Health

Voice recognition devices like Amazon's Alexa, who already knows so much about our daily lives, may bridge precision medicine's past and future.

Program Director, Masters of Science in Management of Health Informatics & Analytics, The George Washington University

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