Thomas Goetz of Wired introduces Day 2 of the Wired Health Conference: Living By Numbers.
VP & Publisher, WIRED
Executive Editor, WIRED
Chair, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Board of Directors
Thomas Goetz is a writer, entrepreneur and health care innovator. He is the author of the new book, The Remedy, which was chosen as a Best Book of the month by both iTunes and Amazon. His previous book, The Decision Tree: Taking Control of Your Health in the New Era of Personalized Medicine, was chosen by the Wall Street Journal as a Best Health book of 2010.
Thomas is also co-founder of Iodine, a health technology company with the mission of turning medical research data into clear and actionable tools for ordinary people to make better decisions about their health.
John Lumpkin, MD, MPH, is the senior vice president and the director of the Health Care Group for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. He is responsible for the overall planning, budgeting, staffing, management and evaluation of all program and administrative activities for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Health Care Group. Before joining the Foundation in April 2003, Lumpkin served as director of the Illinois Department of Public Health for 12 years. During his more than 17 years with the department, he served as acting director and prior to that as associate director.
Howard Mittman is Vice President and Publisher of WIRED.