Nate Gross MD
Nate Gross, MD

Dr. Nate Gross loves working with great people and ideas at the intersection of health, policy and technology.

He is the co-founder of Rock Health (the full service seed fund for health startups) and Doximity (the professional network for physicians). He graduated from the Emory University School of Medicine with an MD, Harvard Business School with an MBA and Claremont McKenna College with a BA in Government.

He serves on the advisory board for the SXSW Accelerator and the Institute for Pediatric Surgical Innovation at Children's National Medical Center, and serves as affiliated faculty for the Clinical Informatics Fellowship at Stanford.

Areas of interest:
medical communication, mobile, bundling & unbundling, personalization, enterprise productivity, medical education.

Elsewhere

Speaking

    2015
  • Oregon Cardiovascular Symposium, Portland
  • Saatchi Salon, New York
  • NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York
  • Grand Rounds, NYU Department of Urology, New York
  • Health Experience Refactored, Boston
  • SXSW Interactive, Austin
  • Stanford Graduate School of Business, Palo Alto
  • Vator Splash Health, Oakland
  • 2014
  • Stanford School of Medicine, Palo Alto
  • Digitas m14, San Francisco
  • Columbia University Dept of Internal Medicine, New York
  • UCSF Internal Medicine Residency, San Francisco
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta
  • Forge Healthcare Hackathon, Atlanta
  • Stanford University, Palo Alto
  • Portable Talks Presents, Sydney
  • Portable Talks Presents, Melbourne
  • Grand Rounds, UCSF VAMC Internal Medicine, San Francisco
  • Ernst & Young SXSW Startup Oasis, Austin
  • 2013
  • Connected Insights Summit, Boston
  • Stanford Medicine X, Palo Alto
  • Grand Rounds, MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston
  • Carnegie Mellon, Heinz College, Pittsburgh
  • SXSW Hatch Pitch Competition Judge, Austin
  • Health 2.0 Houston, Inaugural Keynote, Houston
  • 2012
  • Stanford Graduate School of Business, Palo Alto
  • Stanford Medicine X, Palo Alto
  • Medicine 2.0, Harvard Medical School, Boston
  • UCSF Department of Hospital Medicine, San Francisco
  • Health 2.0 Silicon Valley, Keynote, Sunnyvale
  • NASA Human Health & Performance Center mHealth, Broadcast
  • NHHPC mHealth - Smart Media and Health, Washington
  • UCSF Internal Medicine Residency HSL Track, San Francisco
  • Venture Capital in the Bay Area, San Francisco
  • 2011
  • Health Data Initiative, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda
  • expand

Recognition

  • 40 Under 40, The San Francisco Business Times (2015)
  • Top 100 MBA Startups, #14 & #57, Poets and Quants (2013)
  • NEJM Scholar, The New England Journal of Medicine (2012)

Press

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