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Maneesh Juneja, Speaks of Our Health Data Cooperative

Maneesh is a Digital Health Futurist. Founder, Founder, MJ Analytics. Health 2.0 London Chapter Leader. TEDx Speaker. FutureMed 2013 Alumni.

London, UK · www.mjanalytics.com

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Board of Directors and Advisors


Board of Directors

Patrick Joseph Grant - Chairman

Being given at one point only two weeks to live, Mr. Grant is a survivor of cancer that only 180 people in the US have been diagnosed.   His story is a testament to why the Learning Health System is so necessary.

His book, Cristo Jesus Llave, tells of his journey and provides a background of Our Health Data Cooperative's efforts.

His dedication to finding a way for all patients to know the best treatment for their disease allows the OHDC to provide an open and transparent modelfor all organizations to join the patient effort .

He has lead several multi million dollar private oganizations during the past 25 years as well as leading, as President, the foundation that hosted the 2012 Learning Health System Summit in Washington, DC.

In addition to his foundational leadership in Our Health Data Cooperative, Mr. Grant is also board member and CEO of CelLynx Group, Inc and Chairman of Grant Enterprises of America, Inc.

Mr. Grant has an MBA and BS from the University of Illinois.


David Harkleroad - Treasurer / Secretary

Mr. Harkleroad first became exposed to the challenge of researching effective treatments when his mother was diagnosed with Stage 3 pancreatic cancer. He and his siblings took to the internet and found a morass of disconnected and confusing articles, discussion groups and blog postings.

He brings 25+ years of corporate executive  and non-profit experience to the Board of Directors of Our Health Data Cooperative. He has served as a board member and treasurer of three non-for-profit organizations. His executive experience includes positions as Chief Marketing Officer both for Utopia, Inc., an enterprise data solutions firm and for Hay Group, a global management consultancy. He also served as a Global VP at IBM where he focused on strategy and marketing, and as Chief Operating Officer of The Futures Group, a strategy and insights consultancy.

He has an MBA, with Distinction, from INSEAD and both a BA and BS from the University of Colorado. David can be found on Twitter as @David Harkleroad.



Board of Advisors

Josh Rubin - Board of Advisors

Joshua C. Rubin, JD, MBA, MPH, MPP serves as Program Officer for Learning Health System Initiatives at the University of Michigan Medical School's first-in-the-nation Department of Learning Health Sciences.  Rubin's prior professional experience includes a position as Executive Director of the Joseph H. Kanter Family Foundation,  the only philanthropic foundation founded by a patient whose overarching mission is to realize the Learning Health System vision.  Previously, Rubin served as a Senior Policy Fellow at eHealth Initiative and as a Senior Consultant at IBM Global Business Services, working at the intersection of the health information technology, healthcare policy, consumer engagement, and public health arenas in both roles.

Rubin has conducted research related to and played instrumental leadership roles in developing the concepts for and convening cross-disciplinary meetings that have galvanized multi-stakeholder communities of interest to advance important collaborative efforts to innovatively address critical societal challenges at national and global scales -- inside and outside of healthcare.  Examples include: the 2010 International Working Meeting on Electronic Medical Records and Outcomes Research, the National eHealth Collaborative (NeHC) Consumer Consortium on eHealth, the 2012 Learning Health System Summit, and the 2013 National Campus Sexual Assault Summit convened by Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment (PAVE).
Rubin serves as an active founding member of the Interim Steering Committee of the Learning Health Community, a multi-stakeholder grassroots movement dedicated to realizing the Learning Health System vision on a national (and ultimately global) scale.  He has presented on the Learning Health System vision and the need for multi-stakeholder, trans-disciplinary collaboration to realize it at conferences and meetings nationwide.
A life member of American MENSA and a graduate of Georgetown University's College of Arts and Sciences, Rubin holds a Juris Doctor (JD) law degree from Georgetown University Law Center and is a member of the Virginia State Bar and the District of Columbia Bar. He also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) and a Master of Public Policy (MPP) from Georgetown University, and a Master of Public Health (MPH) from the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, all with healthcare concentrations.
Regina Holliday  - Board of Advisors

Ms Holliday is described by Forbes as "the Rosa Parks" of the E-Patient movement and is a DC-based patient rights arts advocate. 

Regina is currently at work on a series of paintings depicting the need for clarity and transparency in medical records. She placed her first mural in the series in May of 2009.

After the death of her husband, Fred Holliday II, on June 17, 2009, she began a large mural entitled "73 cents." This piece depicts the Holliday family's nightmare journey through the medical system during Fred's cancer care. It can be viewed at 5001 Connecticut Ave., Washington DC 20008. The painting became part of the national healthcare debate and was covered by the BBC, CNN, CBS, AOL, VOA, NPR, The Washington Post and the BMJ.

Regina Holliday can be found on Twitter as @ReginaHolliday and on Facebook as Regina Holliday, Wash DC.


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