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Top 10 Most Creative People in Health Care

FastCompany published a list of the top 10 most creative people in healthcare.

1. Melinda Gates, cochair and trustee, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
2. Anthony Atala, director, Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine
3. Jay Parkinson, founder, Hello Health
4. James Heywood, cofounder and chairman, PatientsLikeMe
5. Thomas Frieden, director, Center for Disease Control & Prevention
6. Peter Neupert, vice president of Health Solutions Group, Microsoft
7. Steve Case, founder and CEO, Revolution Health Group
8. Hans Rosling, professor of global health, Karolinska Institute in Sweden
9. Douglas Melton, codirector, Harvard Stem Cell Institute
10. Anne Wojcicki, cofounder, 23andMe

But where are these guys?

Please tell us your tips!

*This blog post was originally published at ScienceRoll*

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4 Responses to “Top 10 Most Creative People in Health Care”

  1. Me says:

    It's a little sad, they don't even realize Revolution Health doesn't exist anymore. I guess Case did creatively spend $400M and drive RevHealth into the ground though.

  2. Me says:

    It's a little sad, they don't even realize Revolution Health doesn't exist anymore. I guess Case did creatively spend $400M and drive RevHealth into the ground though.

  3. authorityseo says:

    how did you determine the list. I would be interested in learning more from your point of view what makes them so creative

  4. Freestyle says:

    Thanks for the list, some great names in there!

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