Patients Know Best advisory board
Daniel Heaf is a creative technologist. He was Interactive Editor for the award-winning BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra and director of digital ventures at BBC Worldwide during the acquisition of Lonely Planet. While working for 4iP, Channel 4's £50M digital innovation fund, he led their investment into Patients Know Best. He lives in North London with his wife and two children.
Esther Dyson is a long-time catalyst of start-ups in information technology in the US and other markets, including Russia. She is a director of 23andMe, a consumer genetics company. Her IT investments have included Flickr, del.icio.us, Medstory, Meetup Inc., Eventful.com, Boxbe and Voxiva; she sits on the boards of the latter four companies. She is also an active investor in air and space, with holdings in Space Adventures and Zero-G Corporation, as well as XCOR Aerospace, Constellation Services International, Coastal Technologies Group, Dopplr.com, Airship Ventures and Icon Aircraft.
Dr Riaz Agha
Dr. Riaz Agha is a junior doctor at the University of Cambridge’s Addenbrooke’s Hospital and a Scholar at the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence. He is Founder, Managing and Executive Editor of the International Journal of Surgery, and at the Royal Society of Medicine, he is Council Member for the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) and the Section of Plastic Surgery.
Dr. David Rearick, DO, MBA, CPE is an expert on wellness systems and author of the book Good Health is Good Business-an Implementation Guide for Corporate Wellness. Before that he served as Southeast medical director for Aetna.
Dr Rachel Stancliffe
Dr. Rachel Stancliffe, the Director of The Campaign for Greener Healthcare, graduated from Oxford with a Human Sciences degree and then received a Master’s degree in demography and epidemiology from the London School of Economics. She worked in public health initiatives in the UK, Georgia and Kazakhstan before helping to develop The Cochrane Library during the first decade of its life. She is also a Director of the charity, Global Healthcare Information Network.
Robert Navarro wrote the data privacy section for British Telecom's winning bid for the £650m English NHS SPINE/SUS project and then led the successful bid for a 9 year pseudonymisation contract to ensure the privacy of that centralised Health data.