Amanda has 20+ years of experience as a technology professional and business consultant. She has extensive experience leading initiatives that strengthen and optimize processes, expand revenue-generating capabilities, and maximize cost savings for companies across industries. Outside of her corporate career, she is an explorer, photographer, diver, and documentary film maker. Amanda is a Fellow of The Explorers Club whose travels include over 100 countries/territories and all continents with the goal of growing and sharing her knowledge of the world through photos and films.
Xiao [pronounced: see-ow] is a board certified emergency physician with extensive operations and informatics experience. She completed her residency training at Mount Sinai Hospital. She received her M.D. from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and her B.S. in biomedical engineering from the University of Pennsylvania. She is also certified in Lean Six Sigma and has done various research projects involving leveraging large healthcare datasets to enhance healthcare delivery. Some of her previous projects include using health information exchange data to identify vulnerable patient populations, working with American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) to validate and analyze data quality for the Clinical Emergency Data Registry (CEDR), optimizing resources allocation early on for the COVID-19 pandemic, and creating novel visualizations to identify resource bottlenecks to improve operational needs. She brings her expertise in technology and data to solve healthcare problems at the systems level.
Justin Fornal is an international explorer, filmmaker, and writer who is an expert at organizing expeditions in difficult locations. In June of 2018 he was listed as the '#3 most adventurous person in the world right now' by Men's Journal. Fornal is the host and chief researcher for UNEXPLAINED AND UNEXPLORED, an exploration series that solves mysteries using both ancient maps and cutting edge technology. The program airs on the Discovery Channel and Science Channel. He is a SATWF Lowell Thomas Award winning writer who has written extensively for National Geographic, VICE, The Explorers Journal, Parts Unknown, and Roads & Kingdoms.
Nupur is an MIT, Yale, and Mount Sinai-educated Emergency Medicine attending physician and Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Yale School of Medicine. She studied analytical systems dynamics and operational optimization at MIT. She has consulted with many hospitals across the nation to re-design and optimize patient flow along the entire spectrum of acute and post-acute care and create road-maps for provider skills training. She assists hospitals in revamping practices and policies that aid in better meeting patients’ needs while meeting metrics and financial goals.
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