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CITRIS Research Exchange with Kamal Jethwani
CITRIS Research Exchange delivers fresh perspectives on information technology and society from academic, industry, and civic leaders.

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SPEAKER: Kamal Jethwani, Co-Founder and Chief Product and Technology Officer, Decimal.health

BIO: Dr. Jethwani is a digital health, technology and healthcare transformation strategist. With an entrepreneurial approach, he has built and expanded digital innovation at the Harvard-affiliated academic medical centers to transform care delivery and research across a range of provider networks. Through strong partnerships and industry collaboration, Dr. Jethwani has developed a multi-disciplinary innovation strategy to explore, test and scale novel technology platforms to improve the life and care of patients. Recent highlights include incorporating connected health solutions with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning strategies to create personalized and predictive programs for patients, as well as strategies to intelligently integrate these into clinical workflows and practice.

Oct 7, 2020 12:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Kamal Jethwani
Co-Founder and Chief Product and Technology Officer @Decimal.health
Dr. Jethwani brings 15+ years of experience in digital health, product strategy, design, and validation to help companies create and take high impact solutions for healthcare consumers to market. Prior to founding Decimal.health, Kamal led digital innovation for over a decade at one of the largest provider networks in the United States: Partners HealthCare, as the Senior Director for Connected Health Innovation. He led a team of over 50 designers, developers, clinicians, scientists, and researchers to develop and launch digital health products as well as validate them for clinical efficacy and regulatory approval (FDA). Kamal earned a Masters in Public Health at the Harvard School of Public Health and his MD in Mumbai, India. He was also a faculty member at Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital after completing his clinical training.