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Andy Kessler Shares Thoughts on Reducing Costs By Using Technology To Assist With Detection and Decision Making

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Andy Kessler

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  • 1958 (Age: 63 years old)
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Andrew Kessler is a former hedge fund manager who now writes on investment trends in technology and communications.

His first book, "Wall Street Meat: Jack Grubman, Frank Quattrone, Mary Meeker, Henry Blodget and me" was published in March of 2003. His next book, "Running Money: Hedge Fund Honchos, Monster Markets and My Hunt for the Big Score" was published by HarperCollins oin September 14th of 2004. "Running Money" was added to the New York Times Business Bestseller list on November 7, 2004.

Andy is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal op-ed page and has written for Wired, Forbes Magazine, The Weekly Standard, LA Times, The American Spectator magazine and techcentralstation.com and thestreet.com websites.

Andy Kessler was co-founder and President of Velocity Capital Management, an investment firm based in Palo Alto, California, that provided funding for private and public technology and communications companies. Private investments included Real Networks, Inktomi, Alteon WebSystems, Centillium and Silicon Image.

In the early '80's, Andy spent 5 years at AT&T Bell Labs as a chip designer, programmer, and spender of millions in regulated last minute, use it or lose it budget funds. In 1985, he joined PaineWebber in New York, where he did research on the electronics and semiconductor industry.

In 1989, Andy joined Morgan Stanley as their semiconductor analyst, and following in the footsteps of Ben Rosen, he added the role of technology strategist and helped identify long-term, secular trends in technology. In 1993, he moved to San Francisco to join Unterberg Harris, where he ran a private interactive media venture fund, with investments that included N2K, Exodus and Tut Systems.

Andy Kessler received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University and an MSEE from the University of Illinois.

It's too expensive today but my 20 years on Wall Street trained me to mentally undress every machine I see. Now I told you I was 12 emotionally but you know, with silicon I can undress anything and so I look at this, you know, you may see the unkempt bed and these are the red bags which is kind of ...(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Video 1 of 15 Andy Kessler Discusses Professional Background
  • Andy Kessler - Lecture - Trends In The Healthcare Industry
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Video 2 of 15 Andy Kessler States One Role of Technology Is To Decrease People Needed To Do Jobs
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Video 3 of 15 Andy Kessler States Healthcare Is In Position That Technology Was 20 Years Ago
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Video 4 of 15 Andy Kessler Shares Story From Visit With Physician
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Video 5 of 15 Andy Kessler States Healthcare Is A Monster Market
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Video 6 of 15 Andy Kessler Discusses Improvements In Scanning Technology
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Video 7 of 15 Andy Kessler Discusses Economics Of Preventing a Heart Attack
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Video 8 of 15 Andy Kessler Shares Thoughts on Reducing Costs By Using Technology To Assist With Detection and Decision Making
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Video 9 of 15 Andy Kessler Discusses Economimcs of Early Detection
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Video 10 of 15 Andy Kessler States Shift To Early Detection Will Lead To Increase In Cancer Rates Since More Will Be Found
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Video 11 of 15 Andy Kessler Discusses Healthcare Spending In The Future and Impact Of Technology On Physicians
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Video 12 of 15 Andy Kessler Discusses Changes In Technology And Accessibility For Consumers
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Video 13 of 15 Andy Kessler States Reality That Healthcare Has No Price Tags
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Video 14 of 15 Andy Kessler Shares Thoughts on Insurance Costs
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Video 15 of 15 Andy Kessler States Early Detection Will Eventually Outpace Chronic Care Revenue
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