Dr. Indu Subaiya is the executive vice president and cofounder of Health 2.0, a leading conference and media platform that promotes and catalyzes new technologies in health care, which was acquired by HIMSS in 2017.
A recognized thought leader in health and innovation, Dr. Subaiya has served as a moderator, interviewer, and cohost of health care and technology panels, events, and showcases worldwide, including the Clinton Foundation Health Matters Initiative, the President’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit, Mayo Clinic Transform Symposium, SXSW Interactive, and the Cleveland Clinic Patient Experience Summit.
Dr. Subaiya has worked with the Robert Wood Johnson, World Bank/International Finance Corporation, the New York City Economic Development Corporation, and the California Health Care Foundation to design innovative health technology programs, including health care specific hack-a-thons, developer competitions, and pilot programs.
In 2013, FierceHealthIT named Dr. Subaiya one of Health Information Technology’s Most Influential Women. In 2018, she was selected as a fellow of the Aspen Institute's fourth class of Health Innovators Fellows. She has served as vice president of the society for Participatory Medicine and on advisory committees for the Department of Health and Human Services and National Health Data Consortium. Dr. Subaiya received a BS in science and technology studies from Cornell University and an MD from Stony Brook University.