In our latest episode, I had a chance to chat with Sari Kaganoff, General Manager of Consulting at Rock Health.
As GM of Consulting, Sari advises healthcare and life sciences companies on digital health strategy. Founded in 2010 by HBS alumni Halle Tecco and Nate Gross, Rock Health is an early stage venture fund that supports startups working in digital health and has an advisory services business that supports enterprise companies.
Rock Health keeps a pulse on the digital health industry, publishing annual reports on digital health funding, consumer adoption, equity in digital health and many other topics and also convenes leaders at industry events, including Rock Health Summit and Digital Health Top 50.
Sari shares insights on the growth and evolution of the digital health industry: from modernization/digitization to fundamentally re-thinking how care is delivered. We chat about how to distinguish between noise vs. signal in an increasingly crowded space, the most promising areas for innovation, and her advice to digital health entrepreneurs.
Prior to Rock Health, Sari worked at McKinsey & Company for seven years where she co-led McKinsey’s Health Tech Network and Patient Experience Domain. Prior to McKinsey she received an MBA with honors from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. Before her MBA she worked at a healthcare startup, was an equities trader at a fintech startup, and earned an undergraduate degree in Technology and Communications from Michlalah Jerusalem College.
December 15, 2020