Giovanni Colella, Nina Nashif, Michael Weintraub, Juan Enriquez and Josh Stein

Lessons from the Trajectory of Innovation

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About Giovanni Colella

Giovanni Colella co-founded Castlight Health in 2008, along with Todd Park (currently U.S. chief technology officer and formerly the CTO of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) and Bryan Roberts of Venrock. Prior to co-founding Castlight, Giovanni was Founder, President and CEO of RelayHealth, which was acquired by McKesson.

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About Juan Enriquez

Juan Enriquez is an experienced business leader, author, and academic who is recognized as one of the world’s leading authorities on the economic and political impacts of life sciences. He is a Managing Director in Excel Venture Management, a venture capital firm that invests in companies that apply transformative life science technologies to solve problems in healthcare and beyond.

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About Josh Stein

Selected by the American Diabetes Association’s Forecast magazine as one of 2013’s “People To Know,” Wharton MBA Josh Stein is a self-proclaimed “design-obsessed business guy.” Passionate about using simple technology to positively influence patient behavior, Josh and his partners at AdhereTech have created smart pill bottles that use cellular technology to monitor patient adherence in real time and remind patients to take their prescribed dosage via automated phone call or text message.

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How do good ideas become reality? In this discussion, thought leaders share key steps along the way, from start to scale to exit.

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