Ted Schwab

Strategist, Entrepreneur and Digital Experience Advisor @ Babylon Health

Ted is a strategist, entrepreneur and digital experience advisor. He has over 30 years of healthcare experience, specifically in healthcare strategy, partnerships, and organizational transformation. He is an industry leader in innovation working with clinicians, executives, and governing bodies around the country, helping them design the next generation of healthcare.

He currently is leading the introduction of Babylon Health into the US market. Babylon Health is an AI backed digital primary care platform that has over 35 million users worldwide. Its mission is to put affordable and accessible health care into the hands of every person on the planet. In this role he is leading the development of new digital products, technology partnerships and customer acquisition.
He has spent 20 years leading healthcare strategy divisions of major consulting firms. Over that time, he has been a leading partner at Booz (now Strategy&), Oliver Wyman and Huron. In that capacity he has led the transformation and development of over 150 healthcare organizations, ranging from prominent Academic Medical Centers, to national integrated health care delivery systems, to international insurance companies.
As an executive in the industry he was known as an innovator and change agent. He was the second Chief Innovation Officer in the entire industry. In that capacity he created over 250 new companies and initiatives, funded them with nearly $2 billion in capital and was a founding member of the Innovation Learning Network.
As an entrepreneur he has participated as a funder, Board Member and leader of six startups. His role was to introduce products and services into the healthcare sector. Each company went on to have successful financial exits.
Ted received his MBA at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, graduated from Washington University and was a 1981 Coro Fellow. He is an active member of his community and sits on the Boards of Wheels for Humanity, United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles, The 18th Street Arts Center, Partners in Care and the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts.