I help people navigate health and technology. I currently serve as the Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). This Washington Post article captures the essence of my role at HHS. And in this speech I explain how we create space for innovation at a federal agency.
From September 2014 – May 2015 I was the Entrepreneur in Residence at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation after 14 years at the Pew Research Center, where I directed the health and technology portfolio.
My work is enriched by the people I affectionately call the health geek tribe. I can’t imagine doing the work I do without the help of my community. So thanks for being here!
Here’s where I publish and hang out online:
If you would like to invite me to speak at your event, please send me an email (susannah.fox at HHS.gov is my current one).
If you are looking for a more formal bio and headshot, here’s my LinkedIn profile.
Please note: I’m happy to hear from people who have questions, ideas, stories, business plans, etc., but I rarely have time to engage in these wonderful “over the transom” inquiries. When I do, I post my thoughts as a public Q&A. Check out those posts — and please join in the conversation!
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