The pandemic has revolutionized the way many people think about health and wellness. Technology, for one, has emerged as a primary way for folks to interface with doctors. At Best Buy, Deborah DiSanzo is leading the charge to bring health technology into the home and give people more autonomy in their own care. The electronics retailer’s health business has exploded in recent years, and it’s poised to get even bigger as the United States’ senior population grows. In the new year, DiSanzo, who also teaches at Harvard, will remain focused on building tech that better connects people to caregivers, loved ones, and health pros.