Murray is Chief Strategy Officer of Conversa Health, a leading Conversational AI platform designed to improve patient experience, health outcomes, and cost of care.
Previously, Murray founded AVIH, an AI solution for primary care; co-founded and served as Chief Strategy Officer of Talix Inc. a risk adjustment SaaS company; and was Chief Strategy Officer of Healthline, a leading digital health education company for consumers, which was sold to Summit Partners in 2016. Prior to healthcare, Murray co-founded Loyalty Matrix (sold to Responsys/Oracle); Lypro Biosciences (sold to Cerenis Therapeutics); and Cambrian Technologies, a strategy and business development firm. Murray was President of Netcentives, a pioneer in digital loyalty and currency programs, which he helped take public. He started his career with stints at Boston Consulting Group and Morgan Stanley. Murray sits on the boards of First Call Ambulance Service and Adacado and is an advisor to Zignifica, Catelas, Aetho, UCSF Health Hub, and DeAnza High School Tech Academy.
Murray speaks and writes often about the future of healthcare. He recently gave keynotes at: Commonwealth Bank’s Future of Health conference (2018 and 2017), Sydney; MUSC’s Annual Healthcare Leadership Conference 2018, Charleston; The Healthcare Leaders Conference 2018, Dallas; Ogilvy’s HealthBot 2018 Summit, NYC; HealthXL’s Global Gathering 2018, London; the 2018 Academic Venturing Summit at JP Morgan, presented by Cleveland Clinic, San Francisco; and WBR Insights’ Healthcare 2020. He is interviewed frequently about digital health innovations, appearing in The New York Times, WSJ, Computerworld, BankRate, Wired Magazine, and Health Innovation Media. Murray is also an award-winning playwright. His most recent play, Heavenly Bodies, won the 2017 Players Theatre Short Play Festival, NYC.
Murray has an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Business and an MS in Engineering from the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science at Northwestern University, as well as a BS in Finance from the Wharton School and a BA in Philosophy from the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Pennsylvania.