Peter E. Raymond
Peter E. Raymond has spent the last two decades solving problems, by combining emerging technology with design and innovative, yet robust business models. His award-winning work in health care has spanned the globe, and he was selected to develop the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation's global communications strategy as Warren Buffet's gift was endowed.
Raymond has developed the world's first clinically accurate NYHA biometric heart failure simulation for Astra Zeneca to educate cardiologists, and help them diagnose and intervene earlier in heart failure patients. For several years, he was profiled by Apple, for this groundbreaking medical invention and he has also developed immersive simulations for MS, bipolar, and Alzheimer's.
In late 2016, in recognition of his extensive work across Cognitive AI, IoT, and business leadership, IBM conferred upon Raymond the Platinum Entrepreneur Award, their highest level of the IBM "Global Entrepreneurship Program".
He was a Senior Fellow at Thomas Jefferson University School of Population Health, working on population health behaviors, encoding the physical exam to AI, clinician empathy, developing biometrically enabled medical devices, and immersive disease simulation for continuing medical education.
A serial entrepreneur, Raymond has founded and sold multiple ventures, including a biometric sports training company for Olympic and professional athletes, a vehicle data analytics platform to Nissan in 2012, and most recently, exiting his last startup, HCS, to Wall Street investors.