Designing a good product in healthcare ultimately can lead to a healthier world. According to this week’s guest, product management gives you a vantage point, it allows you to be the voice of the customer and truly understand what people want presently and in the future.

ck Andrade, PhD, Director of Product Management, Philips, joins the podcast to discuss the part she plays in creating a healthier world in her current role, she forecasts her vision for the future of healthcare, and she unpacks the importance of health parity. Plus, she shares what she does in her (very little) spare time. Take a listen below.


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It’s hard to believe SXSW is here. As always, W2O is looking forward to being at the crux of the type of discovery, innovation, and disruption that can only be found at one of the most forward-thinking conferences in the world.

In order to get you all excited for #W2OSXSW,  this week we’re featuring What2Know guests who are also speaking during our SXSW activities this year. Check out the list of episodes below.

If you’re listener of the What2Know podcast, you’ll hear some familiar voices, if you’re not a listener, take a listen to a few episodes. And if you like what you hear, subscribe on iTunes, Stitcher, or Spotify.

Larry Dobrow, Senior Editor, MM&M

Seth Duncan, Chief Analytics Officer, W2O

Jennifer Gottlieb, President, W2O

Joseph Jaffe, Admiral & Co-Founder, HMS Beagle

Joelle Kaufman, Chief Marketing Officer, Dynamic Signal

David Kirkpatrick, Founder & Editor-in-Chief, Techonomy

Bob Pearson, Author and Senior Advisor, W2O

Rasu Shrestha­, Chief Innovation Officer of UPMC and EVP of UPMC Enterprises

Mona Siddiqui, MD, MPH, Chief Data Officer, US Department of Health & Human Services

Mark Stouse, CEO, Proof Analytics

Julissa Viana, Global Social Media Lead, Celgene

Jim Weiss, CEO & Founder, W2O

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When it comes to health and wellness, a holistic and customized approach is required. In today’s world, it’s clear that health and wellness is not a trend, it’s an intentional choice that impacts every facet of our lives.

Sweta Vikram, bestselling Author and Wellness Entrepreneur, discusses this notion, predicts the future of the wellness space, unpacks the importance of access to information, and shares her love of Ol’ Blue Eyes on this week’s episode. Take a listen below.


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It’s not only possible but necessary to use social media to innovate in healthcare. Leveraging social platforms creates a unique opportunity for the industry to grow, innovate, and accomplish monumental achievements.

Julissa Viana, Global Social Media Lead at Celgene Corporation, discusses how companies can make this a reality, she unpacks the power of data, forecasts where the industry is headed in five years, and reveals her true personality. Take a listen below.


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Nurturing healthcare innovation requires intelligence, partnership, and patience. After speaking at our 5th Annual Digital Health Luncheon at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, I had the pleasure of discussing this further with Chetan Parekh, Associate Brand Director & Innovation Portfolio Leader of P&G Ventures.

During our time we discussed innovation the health space, the opportunity to innovate for the aging population, the future of the industry, and his love of biographies. Take a listen below.


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Democratizing healthcare transportation is crucial for patients’ quality of care and quality of life. Providing approximately 10,000 rides per minute, Uber is looking to be a driving force behind healthcare transportation.

This week, I sat down with Dan R. Trigub, Head of Business Development for Uber Health, to discuss accessible healthcare transportation, HIMSS 2019 trends, his love of EDM, and how being a first-generation American has shaped him. Take a listen below.


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Reporting on healthcare well is key because it is something that touches us all. In order to cover the industry well, it requires asking big, difficult questions, that often times have endlessly fascinating answers.

This week’s guest, Zachary Tracer, Healthcare Editor of Business Insider, discusses reporting in healthcare, how the industry is refashioning itself, his past life as a photojournalist, and being a Deadhead. Take a listen below.


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Granting easier access to healthcare is essential. Why? It means people will be more invested in their well-being, which ultimately means healthier individuals. I had the pleasure of discussing this concept further with this week’s guest live at W2O’s 5th Annual Digital Health Luncheon, during the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference.

Marcus Osborne, VP of Health & Wellness Transformation at Walmart, joined the podcast to discuss simplifying healthcare access, bringing a consumer-centric approach to healthcare, where the industry is headed in the next 10 years, and his favorite band from across the pond. Take a listen below.


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Strengthening healthcare through data and government is a delicate and rewarding balance.

During this year’s J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, Mona Siddiqui MD, MPH, Chief Data Officer of the US Department of Health and Human Services, joined our  5th Annual Digital Health Luncheon, as the keynote speaker. Her presentation on data liquidity and the role of the federal government in healthcare was truly fascinating and inspiring.

After the luncheon, we sat down to discuss these topics further, the landscape of healthcare in the next five to ten years, the power of data, Giacomo Puccini, and the time she swam with sharks. Take a listen below.


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