Disruptors: Panel On What Healthcare Will Look Like In 2020

Moderated by:
DJ Patil (Greylock Partners)
Panelists:
John Mattison (Kaiser Permanente, SCAL), Tim O'Reilly (O'Reilly Media, Inc.), Benjamin West (Meraki, Inc. )
Healthcare Systems of the Future
Location: Grand Ballroom B
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This panel consists of DJ Patil, John Mattison, Tim O’Reilly, and Benjamin West.

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DJ Patil

Greylock Partners

DJ is the “Data Scientist in Residence” at Greylock Partners.

Previously he was the Chief Product Officer for Color and the Chief Scientist at the LinkedIn Corporation, leading the Analytics and Data Teams. Some of the products shipped include, People You May Know, Who’s Viewed My Profile, Talent Match, Skills, and Career Explorer.

He has held roles at Skype, PayPal, and eBay. As was a member of the faculty at the University of Maryland, he helped start a major research initiative on numerical weather prediction. As an AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellow for the Department of Defense, Dr. Patil directed new efforts to leverage social network analysis and the melding of computational and social sciences to anticipate emerging threats to the US. He has also co-chaired a major review of US efforts to prevent bioweapons proliferation in Central Asia and co-founded the Iraqi Virtual Science Library (IVSL).

More details can be found on his LinkedIn profile.

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John Mattison

Kaiser Permanente, SCAL

John is the Chief Medical Information Officer and Assistant Medical Director at Kaiser-Permanente, Southern California. He began his medical career at UC San Diego and Scripps Clinic, where he practiced in diverse clinical settings including emergency services, primary care, critical care, preventive medicine, hyperbaric medicine, trauma and helicopter medicine.

He joined the SCAL region of Kaiser Permanente in 1989, and directed the largest deployment of HealthConnect, Kaiser-Permanente’s revolutionary Health IT program that supports over 3 million lives and is used by over 5,000 physicians in 13 hospitals and 140 clinics. His team completed the project a year ahead of schedule and $260 million under budget. Kaiser Permanente has been awarded with the top HIMSS level 7 designations, and received the prestigious Davies Award in 2012. John has consulted internationally on various Health IT issues.

John has been actively involved in international health data standards and founded the XML work that led to the Clinical Document Architecture and the Continuity of Care Document. He is actively involved in state and federal policy and governance of Health Information Exchange, and has testified before various federal agencies on Health IT policy issues related to privacy and security. He is a member of the California State Privacy Steering Committee.

John continues driving towards better health and wellness through his work with Big Data Analytics, natural language processing, mobile consumer applications, and the use of these tools and genomics to drive truly personalized medicine. In January 2011, John was named as one of the first six to receive the Health Data Management recognition as a “Game Changer” in Health IT for his many contributions to this field.

In his spare time, John enjoys scuba diving, underwater photography, surfing, tennis, growing tomatoes, and most of all time with his family and three dogs.

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Tim O'Reilly

O'Reilly Media, Inc.

Tim O’Reilly is the founder and CEO of O’Reilly Media. His original business plan was “interesting work for interesting people,” and that’s worked out pretty well. He publishes books, runs conferences, invests in early-stage startups, urges companies to create more value than they capture, and tries to change the world by spreading and amplifying the knowledge of innovators.

Tim is also a partner at O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, a founder and board member of Safari Books Online and Maker Media, and on the boards of Code for America and PeerJ.

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Benjamin West

Meraki, Inc.

Ben West is author of insulaudit, an open source project to read historical logs from medical devices like glucose meters and insulin pumps. During the course of this research, he discovered that clever auditing techniques could allow avoiding situations leading to adverse events that are common throughout therapy. Ever since, his hacking has been bent toward increasing “fidelity of care.”

He currently works with Meraki, Inc.

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