Jean Mixer: Podcast interview with Boston Children’s digital health maven

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Mixer Jean
Jean Mixer

Jean Mixer has been guiding Boston Children’s Hospital into the digital future for the past seven years, so she was more than prepared when the COVID-19 pandemic arrived and suddenly everyone was forced to go remote. I first met Jean at Boston Consulting Group in the 1990s when she led growth strategy projects in healthcare, financial services and consumer goods. We stayed in touch and reunited five years ago when Health Business Group helped Jean put the Children’s digital strategy in place.

In this episode of the HealthBiz podcast, Jean traces her journey from JP Morgan to BCG to her own consulting practice and then to Boston Children’s. She shares her experience as a director of public companies in biotech, medical devices, and banking. And she explains what she’d do if she had a time machine.

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You can check out the rough (AI-generated) transcript below.

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By healthcare business consultant David E. Williams, president of Health Business Group

The post Jean Mixer: Podcast interview with Boston Children’s digital health maven appeared first on Health Business Group.

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