Health Supernova 2022 Health Supernova 2022
Get your ticket to attend. Join event to build your agenda.

The Digital Revolution in Healthcare

- CDT
Room 104A

Smriti Zaneveld
Lazarus 3D, President & Founder

Dr. Smriti Agrawal Zaneveld is the Founder, President, and Chair of the Board of Directors at Lazarus 3D. Prior to joining Lazarus 3D full-time in 2018, Dr. Zaneveld completed her Ph.D. at Baylor College of Medicine where her research focused on identifying the genetic causes of inherited eye diseases and developed novel therapeutic treatments for ocular disorders. She has a proven track record as a successful scientist with over a dozen scientific publications in the areas of human genetics and 3D printing and adds valuable depth to Lazarus 3D’s team. She has also mentored numerous trainees, presented at many international scientific/medical conferences, and has served as a reviewer for scientific peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Zaneveld is very passionate about the development of innovative technologies in medicine using 3D printing that can improve patient care and surgery outcomes.

Lauren Tyra
Green Park & Golf Ventures, Chief Scientific Officer

Dr. Tyra joined Green Park & Golf in 2017 and serves as Chief Scientific Officer. Prior to joining Green Park & Golf, she completed graduate studies in the Neuroscience program at UT Southwestern Medical Center. During her doctoral studies, she was awarded the prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation to support her research and broader impact activities on the UTSW campus and in the local community. Through her research, she developed an expertise in the mechanisms organisms use for recycling and growth, as well as a deep understanding of the fields of neuroscience and developmental biology. Dr. Tyra is a published scientific author, with publications in Developmental Cell, eLife, Development, and the Journal of Cell Biology. 

At GPG, Dr. Tyra leads diligence efforts and has participated in more than 60 of the firm’s healthcare and technology investments. She serves as an active board observer for Genomenon, Prima Temp, and Gregor Diagnostics. 

In 2021, Dr. Tyra was elected to Place 1 of the Plano Independent School District Board of Trustees. She is excited to serve students in PISD, where she and her husband both received their K-12 education and their children are receiving their primary education. She is married to Jason Tyra, an attorney and certified public accountant in private practice in the Dallas area.

Dr. Tyra earned a B.A. in German and B.S. in Biological Sciences from the University of North Texas prior to her Ph.D. studies at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Her advocacy and philanthropic work are focused on public education and improving resources for families of deaf children. She and her husband are also active supporters of 29 Acres.

Amanda L. Goltz
Amazon Web Services, US Healthcare Lead for Worldwide Public Sector Healthcare Venture Capital and Startups

Amanda L. Goltz, MPA is the U.S. Healthcare Lead for Worldwide Public Sector Healthcare Venture Capital and Startups at Amazon Web Services (AWS.) In a previous role at Amazon, Amanda led partnerships to power voice AI experiences at Alexa Health and Wellness. Before coming to Amazon, Amanda was Vice President of Digital Innovation at BTG, a global medtech, managing the portfolio of digital initiatives combining clinical interventions, device technology, and digital services to incorporate the patient experience and improve measurable outcomes. As part of this role, Amanda founded Oncoverse, a software startup in cancer. Previously, Amanda was the Director of Product Strategy and Innovation at Aetna, sourcing emerging solutions from the digital health and innovative networks marketplace, pairing them with employer clients, and directing the implementation of the solutions at scale. Amanda has led innovation and patient-centered initiatives at Pacific Business Group on Health, a large employer coalition; the State of California, and Partners Healthcare, the integrated delivery network founded by Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amanda advises several start-up companies as a mentor for the Alexa Fund, 500Startups, Rock Health, and StartXMed, the health and life sciences incubator for Stanford University.  

Christy O'Gaughan
McKesson, VP of Data and Digital Innovation

Christy O’Gaughan (she/her) is an accomplished leader, with over 20 years of experience leveraging data and analytics to drive strategic business growth. She has a proven track record of driving both team and enterprise-level transformation to modernize existing processes, operations and experiences to meet changing business and market requirements. Christy joined McKesson in January 2022 as their VP of Data and Digital Innovation where she leads data-enabled innovation efforts to improve health outcomes for all. 

Previously, Christy was at Roche, where she served as VP of Global Insights and Digital Engagement. In that role, she oversaw the competitive intelligence, advanced analytics, data science, forecasting, and digital teams, and drove transformations to evolve not only what Roche delivered, but how they delivered it, resulting in significant business outcomes for the company. 

Prior to Roche, Christy held positions, including Head of Customer and Market Insights for Roche France and Senior Director of Marketing Science at Genentech. Across her leadership roles, Christy is known to create a culture and an environment where technical experts and strategic thought partners thrive.  

Christy’s passion for development and collaboration extends beyond the business as she additionally held a variety of leadership roles with Genentech’s LGBT employee resource group and currently serves on the board of directors for the LGBTQ non-profit, Reaching Out. Christy has been featured at a variety of conferences, including Pharmaceutical Management Science Association, Reaching Out, and Lesbians Who Tech to promote women and diversity in technology. Christy holds an MBA/MS in Healthcare Management and Healthcare Finance, as well as a Master's in Statistics from Temple University. She received her BA in Mathematics from Rowan University. Christy recently moved back to the U.S. after spending 5 years in Europe with her wife and two children. 


You don’t want to miss this Digital Health Track panel. Hear from four visionaries who are thinking — and acting — outside the box to create revolutionary solutions to improve health options and outcomes.

Technology has been the driving force behind unprecedented innovation in patient care. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated this trend and renewed focus on utilizing technology to expand access to care, particularly among underserved and high-risk populations. Hear these visionaries discuss what they and others are doing with AI/machine learning, wearable devices and other sensors, 3D printing, computer vision, and more to help transform patient care in hospitals, clinics, and at home.