Roni Zeiger, former Google Chief Health Strategist, describes his new project Smart Patients that gives patients and caregivers the ability to become 'microexperts' about the latest medical advances.
Roni Zeiger, former Chief Health Strategist at Google, works at the cutting edge of technology, information, and healthcare. His experience in digital medicine makes him one of the foremost speakers on how the internet is transforming modern healthcare. At Google, he developed innovative digital medical services like online medical records, Google Flu Trends and Symptom Search. Roni now leads a new company called Smart Patients, which leverages the expertise and networks developed by patients. He is also a practicing physician, having received his MD from the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Roni Zeiger, former Chief Health Strategist at Google discusses his latest project, Smart Patients. Smart Patients is a forum-built community that allows cancer patients to compare treatments and offer support.