A wellness-first world: How early diagnostics and connected technology can shape the future of health

On-Demand Webinar

Duration: 1 hour

Earn: CHIME CEU Certification Credits


In a time of unprecedented change across the healthcare ecosystem, it is imperative that healthcare systems and health plans consider how technology is shaping the future of health - and how their organizations must respond and evolve to succeed. Join Rahul Mehendale, Managing Director in the Life Sciences and Health Care practice at Deloitte, and Joshua Stein, Chief Growth Officer at Fitbit Health Solutions, now a part of Google, as they discuss the impact of technology advancements on early diagnostics and intervention across the healthcare continuum.








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Rahul Mehendale

Managing Director, Deloitte

Rahul Mehendale is a Managing Director in the Life Science & Health Care practice at Deloitte. Rahul strengthens Deloitte's Strategy & Analytics offering through his extensive experience at the intersection of entrepreneurship, disruptive innovation, and healthcare. His role is non-traditional, in the sense that he is focused on shaping where Deloitte should participate in the new, Future of Health-inspired landscape.

Rahul is a firm believer in the power of data and analytics and its implications for new tech-enabled business models that are emerging and disruptive to the current participants in healthcare. The increasing adoption of personal health tracking sensors, genetic testing and editing, wellness, telemedicine, autonomous driving, and analytics, are just some of the areas which offer today's empowered consumer's different choices and enable changed behaviors in a fast-changing healthcare landscape. He is passionate about finding growth opportunities, helping clients navigate this change, and providing thought leadership.

Rahul graduated MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School, achieved his MS in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and obtained a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pune, India. He is an adept investor, table tennis, and chess player, and is often spotted dancing to salsa tunes with his wife and being a tiger dad to their two competitive swimming and Indian classical music-loving daughters.

Joshua Stein

Chief Growth Officer, Fitbit Health Solutions, now a part of Google

Joshua Stein is an accomplished healthcare executive with over 20 years of sales and business development experience. His expertise encompasses go-to-market planning, organizational development, sales operations, data analytics, care management, and healthcare management consulting. His primary focus is to help companies achieve profitable growth and mutual value creation.

Joshua currently serves as Growth Officer at Fitbit Health Solutions where he has oversight of enterprise initiatives and strategy across health plans, health systems, partners, government entities, and research.

Prior to joining Fitbit, Joshua held leadership positions at Progyny and WebMD Health Services where he helped drive double-digit revenue growth. Joshua has a degree in Behavioral Science and Law from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and completed executive courses at Columbia Business School. Joshua lives in New Jersey with his wife and three daughters and finds his fit by running, skiing, hiking, and playing soccer.


Steven Myers

Steven Myers

Managing Editor, Digital Health Insights

CHIME CEU Certification

The Burden of Cardiac Telemetry Misuse in the Med Surg Environment webinar presented by College of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) has approved this event for 1 CHIME CEU towards the following certification programs:

  • Certified Healthcare CIO (CHCIO) Program
  • CHIME Foundation Certified Healthcare Executives, (CFCHE) Program
  • Certified Healthcare Information Security Leaders (CHISL) Program
  • Certified Digital Health (CDH) Program

Certificate holders may claim their CEUs from this program by entering them on the CHIME website at Continuing Education Credits (CEUS)