The healthcare industry has no shortage of big ideas.
Whether by eliminating the hassle of visiting a brick-and-mortar pharmacy or by changing the way we store and access personal data, young leaders are working to make healthcare a better experience for everyone.
Drawing from nominations that came in from top healthcare executives, entrepreneurs, and investors, Business Insider has come up with 30 leaders under the age of 40 who are shaping the future of medicine.
Here’s our list of top young leaders engaged in groundbreaking work in healthcare technology, listed alphabetically.
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Tanvi Abbhi, 30, and Dr. Nora Zetsche, 29, are making it easier for doctors and nurses to coordinate care for their patients.
Abbhi and Zetsche first met back in middle school, where they became friends. Their lives and career paths took different turns in the following years as Zetsche served as a radiology resident, while Abbhi worked with entrepreneurs around the world. Zetsche’s work in healthcare left her frustrated by how poor she thought the experience was for both doctors and patients. “I felt strongly there are better ways to manage that experience …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Finance