Jordan Shlain is a practicing primary care doctor and digital health entrepreneur dedicated to empowering physicians and patients. In addition to starting to successful medical practices, he is a Mayoral appointed commissioner to the Health Service Systems Board and an advisor to the Aspen Institute’s Care Innovation Summit. He also serves as board member of the Washington DC Hope Street Group – a bi-partisan, Washington DC policy group and advises the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation on their ’Flip the Clinic’ project. Dr. Shlain, in his innovation by irritation mentality, founded a venture backed digital health company, Healthloop, which allows doctors and patients to track, guide and connect between medical visits in the spirit of improving outcomes and access. He is passionate about reimagining healthcare through the lens of relationships, not transactions. He writes for The Health Care Blog and is a frequent speaker representing the voice of physicians. He is also the founding chairman of the Institute for Responsible Nutrition that aims to highlight the scourge of added sugar on our nations children and the rising epidemic of ‘adult onset’ diabetes in our nations children. Jordan is an active advisor, angel investor and LP in all things health; digital and services. Jordan has a B.A. from University of California Berkeley and subsequently spent a year in rural Kenya teaching high school science with Harvard affiliated WorldTeach prior to completing his Medical Degree from Georgetown University Medical School.