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Dr. James Lebret is an academic physician, consultant and advisor in digital health whose goal is to revolutionize healthcare with technology and innovation. He is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and Clinical Innovation at NYU Medical Center, the Director of Code Team Leaders at Bellevue Hospital, and a Fellow in the Institute for Innovations in Medical Education (IIME) and Associate Director for Technology, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (TIE @NYUMC). As a consultant, he helps the best companies gain clinical insight into what works and what doesn't. Dr. Lebret maintain relationships with Apple, Cornell Tech, Google, Mount Sinai, Columbia, Northwell, Pfizer, DOH, HHS, Accenture, Sharecare, the New York Times, CityMD, Blueprint Health, IBM-Watson, Oscar, HITLAB, UCSF, Stanford, MedicineX, Health 2.0, Medstartr, Kaiser Permanente, AlleyWatch, Medscape and WebMD. He also sit on advisory boards at two start-ups, Cohere Health and LifeTrend, and on the advisory boards for NYU-X and the NYCEDC's Digital Health Breakthrough Network, matching early-stage startups to health facilities in order to find product-market fit. 

Dr. Lebret graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Neurobiology and Behavior, was a Fulbright Scholar to Denmark, spent over a year treating underserved patients in Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, India, and Nepal, and also developed curricula that have been adopted by NYU School of Medicine in simulation and reflective practice.