After finishing medical school in 2001, Pallav started a technology-focused career working in medical device industry (GE, Omnicell), health insurance (UnitedHealth Group), hospital systems (Kaiser Permanente). He founded and ran health tech startups from 2014-2018 before joining Google Cloud as their Healthcare Industry Leader.
Pallav currently serves as the Chief Platform Officer at CarrumHealth.com, a digital health company working on value-based care transformation. At Carrum he leads the engineering, product, design and data organizations.
Over his career, Pallav has worked directly on Electronic Health Records, Health Information Exchanges, Clinical Data Analytics, Population Health Management, Remote Monitoring, Cloud technology, and SaaS products. He taught graduate-level Medical Informatics courses at Northwestern University and wrote a book on Health IT innovation and entrepreneurship titled "Before Disrupting Healthcare” that was published in June 2016.
Pallav received his MBA from Northwestern University, a Masters in Medical Informatics from Columbia University, and a Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) from Delhi University, India. Find out more about him at pallavsharda.com or LinkedIn, Twitter, and Quora.