Biomedical Informatics Entrepreneurs Salon: Vivian Lee, Verily Life Sciences
April 27th, 2022 ~ 05:00pm - 06:00pm
Zoom; please register for details
A monthly conversation about medicine, biology, computers, and entrepreneurship, hosted by Harvard OTD and the HMS Dept. of Biomedical Informatics. Open to all.
Featured speaker: Vivian S. Lee, MD, PhD, MBA, President of Health Platforms at Verily Life Sciences, and senior lecturer at Harvard Medical School
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Vivian S. Lee, MD, PhD, MBA
Verily Life Sciences
President of Health Platforms
Vivian S. Lee, MD, PhD, MBA, is the author of The Long Fix: Solving America's Health Care Crisis with Strategies that Work for Everyone. She is President of Health Platforms at Verily Life Sciences, and serves as a senior lecturer at Harvard Medical School.
Prior to joining Verily, Lee served as the Dean of the University of Utah Medical School and CEO of the University of Utah Health Care, an integrated health system with a budget of $3.6 billion, including a 1400 member physician group and health insurance plan. During her tenure, she led University of Utah Health to recognition for its health care delivery system innovations that enable higher quality at lower costs and with higher patient satisfaction, and superior financial performance. In 2016, University of Utah was ranked first among all university hospitals in quality and safety (Vizient). Dr. Lee previously was the inaugural Chief Scientific Officer of New York University’s Langone Medical Center.
Elected to the National Academy of Medicine with over 200 peer-reviewed publications, Lee serves on the Board of Directors of the Commonwealth Fund, the Board of Trustees of Boston Children’s Hospital, and is also a director on the board of Zions Bancorporation, a publicly traded company.
Dr. Lee is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard, received a D.Phil in medical engineering from Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, earned her M.D. with honors from Harvard Medical School, and her MBA from NYU. She was named by Modern Healthcare as one of the 100 Most Influential People in 2021.