David Feinberg, MD, Head of Google Health, Joins Cleveland Clinic’s Virtual Speaker Series

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Cleveland Clinic’s Ideas for Tomorrow speaker series features virtual-only events for the remainder of 2020 as a result of safety measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

David Feinberg, MD, Head of Google Health

Dr. Tom Mihaljevic, Cleveland Clinic CEO and President, will have a live virtual conversation with Dr. David Feinberg. David currently leads Google Health, a team employing Google’s expertise in AI, product innovation, and hardware to take on big healthcare challenges. Previously, David was president and CEO of Geisinger, one of the nation’s most innovative health services organizations. While at Geisinger, David oversaw 13 hospital campuses, a 600,000-member health plan, research centers, and various initiatives aimed at better engaging patients around their health and wellbeing. Prior to Geisinger, David served as CEO of UCLA’s hospitals and associate vice chancellor of UCLA Health Sciences, as well as president of UCLA Health System. David graduated with distinction from the University of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School and holds an MBA from Pepperdine University.

Click here to register for the virtual event. It also will be live-streamed on Cleveland Clinic’s Facebook page, Cleveland Clinic YouTube Live and on our event page.

The next Ideas for Tomorrow speaker will be Brian Grazer, Chairman, CEO and Co-Founder, Imagine Entertainment, on Tuesday, August 18, at 5 p.m. EST.

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