Sneh’s current role is President of International Population Health Solutions (IPHS) at Aetna International, where he is responsible for managing and growing a strategically important business within Aetna Inc.
Aetna Inc is one of the largest healthcare companies in the United States (2013 turnover of US$ 47 billion), and IPHS is one of its fastest growing arms. IPHS is positioned to help governments and large organisations manage the health of their populations better, primarily through infrastructure development (major IT systems), clinical data analytics, health & disease management, and ultimately primary care.
Having trained as a surgeon, Sneh went on to successfully establish and sell his own business. He then joined the Bupa Group and was promoted through a variety of pivotal roles in the company, including Medical Director and Director of Healthcare Development. Subsequently, he was Chief Operating Officer of Advanced Oncotherapy plc, a spin-off from CERN (home of the Large Hadron Collider).
Sneh was formally a non-executive director of the Joint Commission International, the leading hospital accreditation authority and he has also advised and acted for a number of private equity houses in the UK and Europe.
In his spare time, he works as a radio doctor (with a weekly show on LBC), an expedition doctor and is on the board of a major UK charity.