From #AskTheCEO on YouTube:
David Houlding is the Worldwide Healthcare Industry Leader on the Microsoft Azure Industry Experiences Team led by Paul Maher.
David has more than 24 years of experience in healthcare spanning provider, payer, pharmaceutical, and life sciences segments worldwide, and has deep experience and expertise in privacy, security, compliance, blockchain, and AI (Artificial Intelligence) / ML (Machine Learning), and cloud computing.
David has led the successful creation and deployment of a wide range of solutions to help reduce the cost of healthcare and improve patient outcomes. Prior to joining Microsoft in 2018 David served for over 10 years at Intel Health & Life Sciences where he was the Director of Healthcare Privacy & Security, responsible for enabling healthcare organizations worldwide to achieve compliance with regulations and data protection laws, and implement effective privacy and security programs.
In his current role at Microsoft, David works with key partners and industry influencers to enable healthcare organizations make use of cloud computing and related technologies to reduce healthcare costs, and enable new transformative healthcare use cases to improve patient outcomes, leveraging strategic technologies such as such as AI / ML, blockchain, IoMT (Internet of Medical Things), and others. David has a proven track record for innovation with 5 patents granted by the USPTO.
David currently holds the CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), and CIPP (Certified Information Privacy Professional) credentials, and has a Master of Applied Science in Data Compression and Digital Signal Processing from Simon Fraser University, Canada.
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