Ron Gutman is a name synonymous with innovation and leadership in the health and technology industries. He is a scholar, inventor, serial entrepreneur, investor, educator, and writer who has dedicated his life to creating and supporting companies and organizations that help people live happier, healthier lives. With a background in personalized health and an education from Stanford University, Gutman led a team of multidisciplinary faculty and students.
Their aim is to research and create a health and well-being engagement program at the university, BeWell@Stanford. He later went on to found the online consumer health company, Wellsphere, where he served as CEO until its acquisition in 2009. Ron Gutman’s innovative spirit continued with the founding and CEO role at HealthApp, where he invented and led the development of several health-tech solutions, including the first Health Operating System (HOPES).
Also, Dr. A.I. (an artificial intelligence tool for symptom triage), and various virtual health apps, including one for the Apple Watch. He also led HealthApp’s acquisition of several companies and designed and endowed HealthApp for Good to offer free online doctor consultations to those in need. In 2020, Ron Gutman founded FestiHealth, an interactive platform that curates speakers, wellness activities, and cutting-edge health-tech solutions to help organizations and individuals live healthier lives.
He also founded the Live Long & Flourish Club, a not-for-profit community dedicated to researching and scientifically validating the most effective health solutions. Ron Gutman is also an angel investor and advisor to health and technology companies, including Rock Health, KPMG, and Harvard Medical School’s SMArt Initiative.
He is a recognized thought leader and frequent speaker at academic institutions, technology and health conferences, and has been featured in leading media channels as an innovator in health-tech. Ron Gutman’s dedication to improving people’s lives through technology and innovation continues to drive his work today. He remains at the forefront of change, constantly pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the health and technology industries.