Healthcare is an industry unlike any other — it’s a matter of life and death, and no field poses as much reward or as many challenges for tech entrepreneurs.
Before Disrupting Healthcare is a must-read for anyone working on, or investing in, health information products. A Health IT veteran draws on a dozen years of real-world experience to bring you to the leading edge of health software innovation.
You’ll learn why Electronic Health Records, Health Information Exchanges, Accountable Care Organizations, and Meaningful Use regulation matter so much today--and what will matter even more tomorrow.
Before Disrupting Healthcare combines an introduction with the foundational ideas and products of today with a look into what emerging IT trends will rule the future. Outsiders can use this book to become insiders, and insiders can become experts.
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About the Author
After finishing medical school in 2001, Pallav veered into a technology-focused career that enabled him to work at medical device companies, health insurers, hospital systems and startups. His non-clinical career started with GE Healthcare, with roles in services, engineering, R&D and marketing organizations of the Electronic Health Record (EHR) business. During that time, he also served as an Instructor for the graduate Medical Informatics program at Northwestern University, Illinois. Subsequently, he joined Kaiser Permanente to work on Clinical Data Analytics and Population Health Management technology initiatives. He then transitioned to UnitedHealth Group and led the Product Management team for Health Information Exchange (HIE) solutions. Before leaving the corporate world in 2014, he was the Director of Health IT Interoperability initiatives at Omnicell, Inc. Pallav received his MBA from Northwestern University, Illinois; Masters in Medical Informatics from Columbia University, New York; and a Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) from Delhi University, India. He currently lives in Menlo Park, California and continues to indulge in the Health IT entrepreneurship space.