Leader of Health and Life Sciences, Intel, Sales and Marketing Group
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Jennifer Esposito leads the Global Health and Life Sciences team for Intel’s Sales and Marketing Group.  Jennifer has nearly 20 years of experience working in the medical imaging industry, US health systems and academic medicine.  Prior to joining Intel in 2015, Jennifer led clinical operations, research and analytics for the High Value Healthcare Collaborative (HVHC), a consortium of 20 leading US health systems who are working together to improve healthcare quality, outcomes, and cost of care in a sustainable manner and serving as a model for national healthcare reform. Prior to this, Jennifer spent 13 years at GE Healthcare in operations and P&L leadership.  At GE, Jennifer was well known for her work on cloud-based, big data and analytic solutions and an early effort to build an “industrial internet of things” focused on medical imaging devices.  She pioneered this work in Interventional Radiology and Cardiology -- starting as early as 2004 with the connection of over 5000 X-Ray systems to a remote server that processed near real time data on over 250 system indicators and produced automated recommended actions and predictive alerts. These solutions helped drive year over year growth of the Interventional service P&L, and also resulted in significant improvements in product reliability, customer satisfaction and service response time in this critical patient care area.  In her last role at GE Healthcare she led Dose Services for the United States and Canada. She holds a patent for a cloud-based analytic platform for monitoring and optimizing medical radiation dose in interventional fluoroscopy.  Jennifer holds a MS degree in Epidemiology and Biostatistics