Dr. Leonard D’Avolio has spent the last 13 years in government, academia, philanthropy, and industry working to make the learning healthcare system a reality. He’s the co-founder of Cyft, an organization that uses data and AI to make value-based care wildly successful. He is also an Assistant Professor at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, an advisor to the Helmsley Charitable Trust Foundation and several healthcare startups, and a board member for Youth Development Organization. He helped improve childbirth across 70 clinics in India working with Atul Gawande at Ariadne Labs, created the infrastructure for the world’s largest genomic medicine cohort, and embedded the first clinical trial within an electronic medical record system for the Dept. of Veterans Affairs. His work has been funded by the National Cancer Institute, Department of Veterans Affairs, Department of Defense, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, National Library of Medicine, the Helmsley Charitable Trust Foundation.