“As healthcare innovators in this room, we know that changing the system is a slog. We’re fighting an uphill battle sometimes. But we will all face healthcare crises in our lives. And when we do, I would encourage everyone to … Read more
About Rishi Saurabh
Global Product Marketing Manager, Integrated Care
“The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposing ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald”
Rishi Saurabh is the Global Product Marketing Manager for accountable care solutions for GE Healthcare IT. In his past career, he has been involved in the healthcare segment with the healthcare insurance firms, pharmaceuticals, and medical devices segment.
Rishi started his career as an engineer and moved to a consulting role thereafter. He spent significant time consulting Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield in New Jersey. As a consultant, Rishi also spent time on innovation projects with a medical device company in Massachusetts, helping launch a process to build an innovation pipeline. Rishi’s passion for start-up firms also led him to consult a generic pet pharmaceutical company in Portland, ME to help refine the marketing/sales strategy that eventually helped gain venture capital funding for the firm.
In his current role, Rishi is responsible for managing global product marketing function for technology solutions that help providers maintain strong financial backbone in a risk-based contracting world. He is also involved in creation of strategy, business planning, and securing funds for a new accountable care division of GE Healthcare.
Rishi graduated with an Electronics Engineering degree from University of Pune, India and holds an MBA from Babson College, MA. He lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his wife and a daughter.
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