APRIL 4, 2022

There’s no shortage of innovation in healthcare. Never has been. And that’s certainly been the case these past two years. Doing business as usual during a global pandemic wasn’t an option because lives were at stake. It required new products, new processes, new technologies and new thinking. As you’ll see by reading the profiles on the following pages, transformation is alive and well in healthcare.

Terry Myerson



Launched in early 2021 by 14 health systems, Truveta uses data to improve patient care and save lives. Today it has 20 health system members. Clinicians at care sites across 42 states can research rare or highly precise medical conditions, accelerating patient care decision-making. That has proved especially valuable during the COVID-19 pandemic. Previously, in his role as strategic director at Madrona Venture Group, Myerson advised early- and later-  stage companies on innovation and building to scale. He also had a 21-year career at Microsoft, departing in 2018. As executive vice president, he led the company’s Windows and Devices Group.

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