Susannah Fox, who recently stepped down from her position as Chief Technology Officer of the Department of Health and Human Services, was profiled by the WSJ last fall. As the chief technology officer of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Susannah Fox is carrying on a mission that has long been a passion:… Read more »
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Susannah Fox delivered the closing keynote for Stanford’s Medicine X conference. Watch the full video here.
Susannah was named of the influencers at Bionicly. Fox is an internationally-known expert on the cultural changes happening at the intersection of health and technology, and frequent speaker on the topic of digital health. Currently serving as the Entrepreneur in Residence at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, Fox’s expertise lies in the e-patient community with… Read more »
Read this piece about Susannah’s recent talk at America’s Health Insurance Plans Ops/Tech Forum on “P2P health care: Could it change the world?” What’s the most exciting innovation in health care today? If you’re thinking 3-D printing, Apple Health and Healthkit or your Fitbit, you’re missing something big, according to Susannah Fox, entrepreneur in residence… Read more »
At the blog for Thomas Goetz’s new venture, Iodine, Susannah Fox has written a post on “Why Sharing Is the Future of Healthcare.” Imagine living with a condition so rare that every time you see a new doctor they confess to Googling it outside the exam room door. Peggy, a woman I met in my… Read more »
Susannah Fox, speaking via Heath 2.0’s Unmentionables panel; read about her talk “Hacking home health care” here.