Kash Kapadia » VP and GM, Digital Health, Stanford Health Care
Kash Kapadia is Vice President and General Manager for Digital Health at Stanford Health Care. In this role, Kash is responsible for incubating and growing the Digital Health business domain, forging alliances with leading startups, defining the industry’s best digital patient experience, and accelerating innovation across the organization.
Previously, Kash was Vice President and Worldwide Business Line Leader at Hewlett-Packard, providing global cross-functional leadership for the Automotive, Banking, Insurance, Consumer Goods, Retail, Utilities and Oil & Gas industry practices. Among his notable accomplishments at HP was the incubation of the smart metering business, from conception to worldwide success in less than 18 months. Prior to HP, Kash held leadership roles with McKinsey & Company, Booz & Company, Sun Microsystems and the Interoperability Lab.
Kash holds an MBA in Finance and Strategic Management from Columbia Business School where he graduated on the Dean’s List and a B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of New Hampshire where he graduated with Honors. He has also completed an advanced six-month long leadership development program delivered by the Harvard Business School for high performing HP executives. He was born and raised in Bombay, India and lives with his family in Palo Alto, California.