The health system generates a tremendous amount of data - deeply specific data on individuals, and pattern behavior data across massive populations. Equipped with the right adaptive, predictive, and precise data science tools, Healthcare Enterprises and Health Providers can partner with A.I. to eliminate preventable sickness. Care management teams use us to deliver the right care, to the right person, at the right time.
Red Dog Capital
Teddy's career has been in leading high-growth, enterprise software product teams (Emissary.io, Clearwell, Signpost, GLG). He and Hai Po were classmates and good friends at MIT, although they never imagined they'd be starting a company together. But once they started learning about healthcare data they were hooked - a messy, giant data set in a messy, giant industry, with an opportunity to eliminate predictable sickness? They couldn't imagine a better use of their time or particular (peculiar?) mix of experiences. Teddy has previously interrupted his startup career with stints through Wall Street (Goldman Sachs), business school (UChicago) and strategy consulting (Bain), which were wonderfully educational and have reminded him to keep being an entrepreneur.
Hai Po Sun
Hai Po has spent over 20 years working with ultra dense and messy data sets. He has managed high frequency data analysis (JP Morgan, Amaranth, Wachovia), trading, building and owning quant trading strategies/platforms, undergrad and masters degrees in Computer Science, minor in cryptography from MIT. He considers all Science to be Data Science, and AI should really be called Augmented Intelligence. His driving force is to help teams solve problems that people care deeply about. Hai Po is also passionate about mathematics education and is a founding officer for the PROMYS Foundation, which supports talented young mathematicians.
Job Evers-Meltzer has over ten years of experience in data analytics. He graduated from MIT with a degree in Mathematics with Computer Science. Before pulseData, Job spent four years at an EdTech startup building an analytics engine to record and process millions of student activities each day. He also has a finance background and has worked on trading strategies for both bonds and stocks. At pulseData, Job manages the team’s cloud infrastructure ensuring that each data pipeline is able to efficiently crunch through health records for millions of patients.
Ollie is passionate about solving healthcare's greatest challenges. He started out at 16 working in the local hospital laboratory testing blood samples. Following a quick diversion to study at Cambridge University, he joined Rotamap, where he helped design and shape medical scheduling systems from the ground up. Establishing Rotamap as the UK's leading clinical scheduling tool. Ollie devised a series of KPI metrics and national benchmarking tools for hospital departments and has acted as an advisor to government medical bodies in the UK on productivity, service improvement and workforce intelligence. In his spare time Ollie also dabbles as a playwright, several of his works have received national tours in the UK.
As a passionate connector and partnership builder, Jaime spent the last 15 years creating change in the healthcare system across various segments of the industry: health policy (State of IL, State of IN), pharma (Eli Lilly), insurance (UnitedHealthcare), and tech (Palantir) organizations. Jaime joined pulseData because she has seen first-hand that data is the vehicle which drives impactful healthcare consumer engagement, meaningful provider intervention, and, ultimately, improved health outcomes. Jaime is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, mentors a high school junior at the Academy of Health Sciences through iMentor, and can frequently be found reading or grilling in her backyard garden.
Prior to joining pulseData, Chris worked at Google where he was the lead engineer for their patent similarity machine learning pipeline. Chris also partnered with his wife and Columbia University to create decision support system that makes medication recommendations for acute heart failure patients in the ICU. In his free time, Chris enjoys playing spike ball and long romantic walks in Riverside Park.
Minjoon works in field of computational neuroscience and data science. He received his undergraduate and graduate degrees in physics from MIT, and worked at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies and PeopleSoft Inc. He is a tenured faculty member at Drew University, and enjoys playing traditional Korean drums.
Jim works in health as a physician, entrepreneur, researcher and advisor. He understands the madness of US healthcare and works tirelessly to deliver the best care both inside and alongside the system. Within the system, he is Assistant Professor of Medicine and Clinical Innovation at NYU Medical Center where he co-directs Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (TIE @NYUMC), and attending physician at NYC Health and Hospitals, Bellevue. He was elected into the Gold Humanism Honor Society and is primary investigator on cutting edge technology clinical studies. Alongside the system, he has worked with multiple companies (big and small) as consultant and strategic advisor. He is passionate about using data to predict outcomes, end of life care and achieving the quadruple aim. Previously he graduated from Cornell University, received a Fulbright Fellowship to Denmark, trained in internal medicine at Weill Cornell - New York Presbyterian Hospital and was attending at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Ed has over 15 years experience developing predictive risk models in financial and tech industries. He was last at Samsung where he developed reinforcement-learning and online-learning models for mobile and logistics use cases. Prior to Samsung he was at Bank of America managing model-risk of investment models across Bank of America’s asset management businesses with assets under management in the hundreds of billions. Ed leads the analytics effort to develop ‘augmented-intelligence’ in healthcare, to help patients and healthcare organizations alike realize better health outcomes.
Chris is a career problem solver who has led teams and helped to rapidly build companies across multiple functions. Prior to joining pulseData, he led strategic operations at Hometeam, where he scaled core functions through several stages of development and drove innovation and change in the in-home care industry. Chris is a former Management Consultant with Bain & Company and a graduate of Harvard Business School.
Jung Hoon Son
Dr. Jung Hoon Son is a board-certified pathologist, trained at New York Presbyterian-Columbia University Medical Center and Department of Biomedical Informatics at Columbia University. He has witnessed first-hand that healthcare in the U.S. has trended unfortunately towards neglecting the actual care of patients while also preventing care providers to do their jobs. As the Senior Bioinformaticist at pulseData, he brings his ceaseless yet pragmatic optimism (you will find him in positive spirits 99.9% of the time) to apply his informatics skills and clinical experience to help reverse this trend with this talented and passionate team. He enjoys watching endless Frasier re-runs with his wife, hiking, and dogsitting any pug we can find.
Xioyan is a Master's student in Columbia University's IEOR department with Concentration in Data science and analytics. She received her undergraduate degree in mathematics in Chengdu, China, where she also had a brief working experience in Pharmaceutical industry as a data analyst. She is a movie addict, Chinese Zheng player, amateur photographer and a promising cook. She runs every other day and takes photo walks in the city with her friends every week.
Tia is graduating from the Operations Research Master’s program at Columbia University. She received her undergraduate degree in mathematics and economics with Magna Cum Laude from UCLA. Tia has worked with various finance firms, including Private Equity and Hedge Funds. She plans to change the world one model at a time within pulseData. She loves finding out the best places to eat in Manhattan.