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Senior Associate, Philips Health Technology Ventures
Sean makes early-stage investments as part of Philips Health Technology Ventures, a CVC fund focused on digital health startups aligned with the Philips HealthTech strategy. He was previously part of Philips Group Strategy advising the C-suite on topics including AI, digital transformation, clinical informatics, healthcare data, and platforms. Previously, Sean held positions at the Boston Consulting Group, U.S. FDA, and NASA. Sean has a PhD from the University of Cambridge, where he developed fluid dynamics algorithms optimized for medical device applications. He also sits on the Advisory Board of his alma mater Johns Hopkins University's Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Megan leads research for Rock Health, providing data-driven insight on the evolving digital health landscape. Her current research includes separating hype from reality in terms of where AI and machine learning will disrupt healthcare, as well as analyzing consumer trends in the adoption of digital health. Prior to joining Rock Health, Megan worked at The Advisory Board Company, where she led the Physician Executive Council, a best practice research membership supporting Chief Medical Officers at over 1,300 hospitals and health systems nationwide. Her research focused on how health systems can advance a strategy for reducing unnecessary care variation in pursuit of higher-quality, efficient care. Megan graduated cum laude from Duke University, where she earned a B.A. in Public Policy Studies with a focus on health policy.
Matthew helps C-Suite executives around the globe address strategic, commercial and innovation issues, grow their businesses, contain costs, and transform the healthcare community. With more than two decades of experience in building and growing teams, practices and companies across the healthcare landscape, he specializes in redesigning business models and helping organizations profitably manage their evolving customer needs. In addition, he has held CEO roles in a diverse set of healthcare start-up companies. He has held external directorships in a range of pharmaceutical, medical device, and life sciences companies. Matthew is based in San Francisco.
Richard has nearly a decade of experience in corporate growth and innovation in the healthcare industry, advising clients on strategic opportunities through next-gen ventures, platforms, and digital technologies. He is a published thought leader across various digital health topics and currently leads Accenture Health Strategy’s thought leadership efforts in artificial intelligence, recently publishing Artificial Intelligence: Healthcare’s New Nervous System. In addition, he is a co-founder of Healthcare 20/20, a grassroots Accenture thinktank on digital health innovations. Richard holds an MBA from the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas and a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University. He is based in Los Angeles.
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