Co-founder and CEO,
Despite seeing its stock fall 22% in December, insurtech company Oscar Health embarked upon partnerships with Emory University and expanded small business plan offerings. Before leading Oscar, Schlosser founded a social gaming company in Latin America. As a senior investment associate at Bridgewater Associates, Schlosser developed analytical trading models. He also served as a consultant to McKinsey & Co. in the U.S., Brazil and Europe. A visiting scholar at Stanford University, Schlosser wrote or co-authored 10 computer science publications. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Schlosser speaks: “In a system where every network is broad, where insurance largely gets sold through big employers, where there’s a big incentive to keep everybody in the network, where there isn’t the kind of competitive pressure on the value chain, there isn’t that much of a reason to develop a better correlation between cost and outcomes, or even visibility into how certain parts of the system perform.”