In health care, digital has moved from nowhere, to now and here. It’s time to embrace and build digital health businesses to transform care. The question is: How do you overcome the 90% failure rate?

Balaji Anna

EY-Parthenon Executive Director, Strategy and Transactions, Ernst & Young LLP

Digital health venture builder and strategist.

Balaji is an executive director within EY-Parthenon’s digital business building practice. He has more than 25 years of experience building digital products, digital platforms and digital businesses.

Prior to joining the firm, Balaji most recently served as the Global Head of Strategy and Venture Builder for a health tech company where he launched three digital businesses from inception to more than $100 million annual revenue run rate businesses.

Balaji has a Master of Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon University, Tepper School of Business, as well as an Executive Scholar Certificate, Chief Product Officer, from Northwestern University, Kellogg School of Management.

How Balaji is building a better working world

Balaji is passionate about helping health organizations reimagine the way they operate and deliver care, improve patient outcomes and quality of life, and remove billions of dollars of cost. At EY-Parthenon, he has developed 10 transformative venture ideas for clients in the life sciences and health care sectors and leads the go-to-market strategy for these venture ideas.

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