A summary of non-obvious lessons from the last 12 years of startup leadership. The tips steer away from cheap inspirational GIFs you see on LinkedIn, and more towards the hard-truths about things no one seems to talk about.
Envisioned, designed, and co-authored the acclaimed book that guides healthcare organizations towards an achievable compliance posture on the public cloud.
Over the years, I personally presented or managed keynotes and panels at over 17 industry-leading conferences, such as HIMSS, Health 2.0, Annual HITRUST Summit, PNW Risk Forum, Digital Health Summit, Microsoft Build, Microsoft Ignite, and AWS reInvent. The SXSW 2018 presentation on what causes digital health to fail was my favorite.
Created the DHSF, a guided strategy for digital health products to follow over a 36-month timeline. The project is an accumulation of over 4,000 conversations with the market, investors, and partners. Project was made in 2017 while at Datica.
Update 2021: Sadly, and inexplicably, Datica took the interactive web resource down two years after we exited and I left the company. Thankfully the PDF is still available to download.
A 2014 illustrated essay capstoning the first half of my career focused on product design and product management. Written at a transitionary moment in time as I moved towards a marketing career path. (Upcoming: "What I Learned About Marketing" covering the last five years of marketing leadership.)