My name is Naveen. This site is a collection of thoughts, original and otherwise, broadly related to health care, business, society and other topics. All opinions here are my own. I welcome your comments and feedback.
- What I’m doing: Trying to understand and improve health care. I am currently the Health IT Manager for the Lance Armstrong Foundation. Professionally, I’ve worked as an industry analyst, a consultant for US health plans and done some work with a couple of startups related to health IT and medical travel. My other interests span health policy, entrepreneurship in the IT sector, insurance reform and quality improvement, and patient-centeredness. I have a graduate degree from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and a certificate in Health IT through the ONC’s workforce development program.
- I’m big into global travel. I was bit by the travel bug in Singapore during college. I’ve since been to London, India (thrice), most of continental SE Asia, Japan, Turkey, Indonesia and Panama. I agree that you can’t get a true feel for a country by staying there for a few days, and I try to plan my trips accordingly. When I’m not nerding out over healthcare or traveling, I spend my time as a rabid NBA fan and an adventurer in my new hometown of Austin, Texas.
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Thanks for reading!