Jon is an undergraduate at Stanford who’s interested in utilizing the intersection of medicine, entrepreneurship, and tech to create meaningful changes to patient healthcare. He drives the company’s vision, strategy and growth as it builds a platform for knowledge and discussion on impactful investments in people’s health.
Prior to ImpactMed, Jon has served as a consultant for Stanford Healthcare Consulting Group, Health-tech themed hackathon Director, Event Director for ABR Physics Review, and researcher at Stanford Med School and MIT Immunology lab. Namely, Jon has founded an organization focused on Hospice and Palliative Care (SUHPaC), and a national science tournament (Golden Gate Science Olympiad). He has been involved on various projects ranging from a DKA calculator estimated to reduce readmission by 45% and save the hospital $78,000 dollars a year, a study analyzing patient perspectives in OR communication, and understanding the efficacy of telemedicine at Stanford’s clickwell clinics. During his free time, he volunteers as an EMT and Hospice patient care volunteer.