Health Lead, US Digital Service at the White House & Senior Advisor, US CTO on Health Data
Mina Hsiang currently serves as a member of the US Digital Service in the White House and a Senior Advisor to the US CTO on Health Data. In that role, she leads efforts to make health data more useable, building projects across HHS, the VA, and the DoD to help bring value and transparency to healthcare. These efforts include work on interoperability and analytics to enable data-driven decisions. She is also a tech lead on the President's Precision Medicine Initiative
Prior to her current role, she was the VP of Market Strategy for Optum Analytics, where she drove new product and technology strategy for a $100M data analytics business which served large healthcare systems and payers. In that role she was also a key player in the rescue of healthcare.gov.
Prior to that she was a venture capitalist and startup launcher at General Catalyst Partners, where she sat on the board of 6 companies and helped start two, in fields from medical devices to enterprise software. Earlier, she worked under a DARPA’s Revolutionizing Prosthetics program at Deka R&D, building novel prosthetic robotic arms for amputees. She has also led projects in rural healthcare, water, and sanitation for the Clinton Foundation in Malawi, and built healthcare diagnostic equipment for emerging markets
Mina holds an MEng and BS in Electrical Engineering from MIT, and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
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