John is the co-founder of Savannah Informatics based in Nairobi, where he also serves as CEO. The organisation, founded in 2013 by clinicians, automates healthcare transactions, thus reducing administrative costs and increasing the use of data for clinical and operational decision-making. To date, Savannah Informatics’ technology supports over 1,200 medical services providers, six medical insurers, the National Ministry of Health, multiple development agencies and pharmaceutical companies. John aspires to transform Africa into a source of global technologies and software talent. He is a medical doctor who gained healthcare management graduate training at the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University.