Jane Sarasohn-Kahn is a health economist, advisor and trend-weaver to organizations at the intersection of health+technology+people. Jane founded THINK-Health after spending a decade as a health care consultant in firms in the U.S. and Europe. Jane' founded the Health Populi blog in 2007,
covering health policy, technology, and consumers. Jane co-founded HealthcareDIY in 2013 to link consumers to evidence-based tools and knowledge for self-healthcare. Jane advises clients on strategy and new product development via environmental analysis, scenario and strategic planning, and health policy analysis. She is on the advisory boards of
CanSurround, CAQH's U.S. Health Efficiency Index, the Center for Connected Health Symposium, GE Ventures, the Health 2.0 Conference, the HIMSS mHealth Committee, Intuit's American Tax & Financial Center, the Society for Participatory Medicine, Swiss HealthSank, and WEGO Health. A frequent public speaker on health economics, consumers and technology, Jane also writes for Huffington Post and for California HealthCare Foundation's iHealthSeat. Jane holds an MA (economics) and MHSA (health policy) from University of Michigan.