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Product Development & Innovation in Digital Health

Join WITI Bay Area for a virtual panel discussion featuring leaders paving the way for product innovation within Digital Health. Now more than ever there is a focus on remote care and improving the patient experience through technology. This conversation will dive into the importance of data and AI in healthcare, digital transformation, how to succeed in a career within healthcare, and much more.

This event is open to all!

Featured Speaker(s)

Laura Hamilton has an undergraduate degree in mathematics from the University of Chicago, and a masters in computer science with specialization in machine learning from Georgia Tech. She has worked as a product leader at five tech companies at various stages of maturity, from pre-funding startup to publicly traded. At Rally, she is leading the product team rolling out machine learning based personalization to the digital platform.


Elaine Zhou is the Chief Technology Officer at Vidado.ai, an Oakland AI startup dedicated to helping organizations achieve extraordinary success by accessing the insight they need from data locked in paper. Elaine defines technical strategies, oversees all research and development of Vidado's Saas platform, while also keeps Vidado at the forefront of applied artificial intelligence.

Most recently, Elaine was the SVP of Development overseeing engineering and product development at Clean Power Finance (CPF), a solar financing startup backed by Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Google Ventures. Elaine's 20+ years of experience includes technology strategy, AI research and development, software product development and process improvement. Elaine received her B.S. in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research from UC Berkeley. In her free time, Elaine can be found traveling usually to an island, paddleboarding Richardson Bay, hiking a local peak or discussing life in a startup over milk tea with her husband, Ken.

Garima Srivastava is the Administrative Director at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford and Stanford Children’s Health. Since joining in 2011, Garima has led large-scale changes in enterprise business and web systems and is responsible for a multimillion-dollar budget.

She is an experienced healthcare executive with expertise in integrated business and web systems, digital transformation, information technology planning and implementation, process and cost improvement, and always seeking to provide excellent customer service.

Because of her strong technology background and solid business knowledge, Garima is a key contributor for digital transformation in enterprise operations.

Garima owns a master’s in computer science degree. She is certified Stanford executive and CHCIO (College of Healthcare Information Management Executives, CIO).

Prerna Anand is a Product Manager at CDHI focusing on patients' experience in the referral process. She brings to the team a deep understanding of care quality and management, risk adjustment, utilization, data interoperability, Agile product development, HIPAA compliance, and elegant solution design. Prior to CDHI, Prerna was a Product Manager at Apixio, a data analytics company. She owned the risk adjustment product suite (built on machine learning and cognitive computing). She is also the Director of Market Intelligence at Health 2.0. She built their online database that tracks innovation in health tech. She has an MBA in Finance and a Masters in Applied Economics. Outside of work, she spends her time sailing, skiing, or singing.

Mahak Rawal is an Engineer turned Product Leader, known for successfully taking products off the ground and making data driven decisions. She has launched multiple products with with record breaking NPS - ranging from Business Intelligence Dashboards to consumer applications.

Mahak has a great passion for the digital health and wellness industry and finds it highly challenging and satisfying working in an industry that had long awaited digital transformation centered around user experience.

Schedule of Events

3:00-3:15pm - Networking and WITI Intro
3:15pm-4pm - Panel Discussion
4-4:15pm - Q&A
4:15-4:30pm - Wrap Up and Virtual Networking