Ask A VC: Google Ventures’ Dr. Krishna Yeshwant On The Opportunities For Health-Focused Mobile Apps And More

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In this week’s Ask A VC show, we sat down with Google Ventures partner Dr. Krishna Yeshwant in the TechCrunch TV studio.

Yeshwant is unique among most of the VCs we have on the show. Not only is he an investor, programmer and former entrepreneur, but he is also a practicing physician. Yeshwant, who is based in Boston, helped lead the firm’s investments in a number of health companies, including Flatiron Health, Foundation Medicine and One Medical Group.

We asked Yeshwant about what the major opportunities are in mobile health and diagnosis. He also commented on the new FDA guidelines for mobile medical apps.

Check out the video above for more!