Anjali Kataria is the CEO & Co-Founder of Mytonomy, a novel CRM platform that brings the power of advanced data analytics, enterprise cloud software, and award-winning, short-form video education to transform patient-provider interactions. At the heart of Mytonomy’s CRM is the Patient Experience Cloud (PEC) which saw a 10X surge in digital outreach during COVID-19, educating patients at scale, while reducing the load on staff so they could focus more time on patient care and research. Now, leading health systems and employers are turning to Mytonomy to help bring patients back in safely as they are opening up to reschedule non-essential services.
Anjali brings two decades of healthcare and technology experience as both an entrepreneur and executive in the public and private sectors. Prior to Mytonomy Anjali served as Senior Technology Advisor and Entrepreneur in Residence (“EIR”) in the Obama Administration at the FDA and at the Executive Office of the President (EOP). where she helped drive multiple transformations across federal government including co-leading EOP’s Cloud First working group, the innovation pathway (a fast track review process for highly innovative medical devices that can have a substantial public impact) and, the $10M Tricorder Competition (First mobile medical scanning device for self – diagnosis).
Prior to government service, she served as VP of Product Strategy, Product Development at Oracle, and was Chief Marketing Officer & Co-Founder of Conformia, a venture-backed enterprise software company acquired by Oracle.
Mytonomy was recently named Pitchwell 2020 Top Innovator for Employer / Insurer solutions. She’s also been named one of the Top 8 influential women in Health IT by Fierce, Silicon Valley’s FWEE Trailblazer, and a Top 100 visionary in Lifesciences by Pharma Manufacturing. In addition, she serves as the Executive Producer of Mytonomy’s Studio and has won 10+ Telly Awards.
Anjali received her A.B. from Duke University as a BN Duke Merit Scholar and her Master’s in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School of Government where she was awarded the Pacific Bin Soka award for her thesis on ending exploitative child labor practices. She was a Springboard Fellow in 2001 and most recently, a Health Evolution Institute Fellow 2019-2020.