I'm a product of three backgrounds: technology, healthcare, and business, and as such, I don't fit neatly into any single "box".
Before going to pharmacy school, I studied computer science. While in pharmacy school, I continued to program and do side work as a science and technology journalist for Ars Technica. After four years in pharmacy school, I struck out on my own, starting a home health agency where we employed caregivers that took care of people with special needs. During our last year in operation, I went back to school and got a degree in economics; my capstone paper (PDF) focused on health care inflation written from a trio of perspectives: that of a clinician, a small business owner, and an economist. All three of these traits characterize me, and strongly influence how I think.
I spend a great deal of time thinking about the juxtaposition of technology and health care, and their impact on business in general.
Personally and professionally, I love working with smart people on interesting problems, no matter the industry or location. All other things being equal, the place I tend to be happiest is working with organizations that marry health care with technology: robotics firms, software companies, and similar organizations.