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Interoperability and APIs in the age of COVID-19
Over the past few months, digital health startups have been rapidly evolving their product strategies to put high quality clinical data in the hands of healthcare providers. Product management teams are increasingly relying on APIs and modern interoperability networks to access this data efficiently. Join this webinar to learn how digital health innovators are using Health Gorilla's APIs to power data access for healthcare providers across the country.

Jitin Asnaani
Jitin has spent the last decade driving healthcare towards a more collaborative and interoperable future. Today he is Head of Partnerships at PatientPing, incubating an ecosystem of health IT innovators to build and leverage a real-time care coordination platform that currently serves 6,000 acute, ambulatory and post-acute clinical facilities.

Ali Zaman is the Vice President of Marketing at Health Gorilla, where he leads marketing strategy, operations, and execution across the full spectrum of Health Gorilla's interoperability solution globally.

Sam Reider is the foundational clinical technology Engineering Manager at Virta Health, where he leads the team developing the platform Virta uses to deliver type 2 diabetes reversal at scale.

Dr. Justin Zaghi, serves as the Senior Medical Director at Heal where he oversees clinical performance and strategy. As the clinical leader for value-based care, Dr. Zaghi is responsible for quality outcomes, cost savings, care coordination, and patient engagement.

Alan Sun is the Vice President of Product at Apixio, where he leads product management efforts for Apixio's suite of healthcare solutions. Alan is a product leader with over 15 years of experience delivering products across the healthcare ecosystem to improve patient care and outcomes.

Jul 9, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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