Catching up with Kereeti

  • May 5, 2022
Touch Point Podcast
Touch Point Podcast
Catching up with Kereeti

Kereeti Pisapati returns to the pod to discuss Oracle’s purchase of Cerner and what that means for the EHR industry. We’ll also talk about voice and cloud tech, and Google’s plans for FitBit.


The thoughts and opinions expressed in this episode reflect those of the speaker, and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Mount Sinai Health System.

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Dr. Nicholas Genes

Dr. Nicholas Genes is an emergency physician and clinical informaticist – he’s implemented EHRs, developed mHealth apps, and led telemedicine initiatives. From his role in IT leadership at a large urban academic medical center, he remains an enthusiastic believer in the potential for technology to improve patient care and safety, while making staff more efficient. Over the years, though, he’s also seen the toll of unintended consequences, and has developed a healthy skepticism toward rosy pitch decks or sweeping policy initiatives.

Sudipto Srivastava

Sudipto Srivastava is a digital health enthusiast whose career has been dedicated to delivering practical innovations in healthcare. He has worked for leading healthcare organizations in New York City, giving him an insider’s perspective while exposing him to a hotbed of innovative startups. Whether it’s AI or telemedicine or remote monitoring, he has kept the pulse on the disruptive innovation streaming through healthcare.