Tech Tonics: Amir Dan Rubin, Change Agent

December 18th, 2017 |
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A self-proclaimed optimist who calls himself “a change-agent with a funny foreign name,” Amir Dan Rubin has spent his career shaping and reshaping healthcare delivery systems. Today, Amir is the CEO of One Medical, a company focused on making primary care personal, accessible, and affordable. Amir joined One Medical after a brief stint at Optum and a much longer, and some would say transformative, stint as CEO of Stanford Health Care, among other comparable roles.

Amir grew up in Los Angeles, the child of Israeli parents. It was always his dream, even from childhood, to be a businessman because “it seemed very American.” Admitting he had no idea what being in business even meant, he accidentally found his way into the healthcare business through a random college elective and he has remained there ever since.

We are grateful to GE Ventures for sponsorship of today’s episode. GE Ventures – Multiple Paths to Big Impact.

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