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During this episode, we chat with Narinder Singh, co-founder, and CEO of LookDeep Health, an innovative company leveraging AI and computer vision to revolutionize virtual care in the hospital.
Motivated by his mother's harrowing healthcare journey, Narinder brings an outsider's perspective to solving systemic access issues of continuously monitoring patients that drive healthy outcomes.
While together, Narinder shares how LookDeep Health enables hospital-wide video surveillance through affordable hardware and software, while nudging providers' attention via AI.
Narinder unpacks the virtual command center experience for clinicians and feedback from nurses who feel they finally "have more resources" with LookDeep’s technology.
We also discuss the measured approach to implementing human and AI collaboration and the mindset shifts required in skeptical healthcare settings.
Join us to gain inspiration from Narinder's passion for applying technology to ease care provider burdens and keep patients safe. Let’s go!
Narinder's personal healthcare crisis revealed gaps in hospital care and monitoring.
LookDeep uses computer vision and AI to monitor patients hospital-wide continuously.
Affordable hardware model enables ubiquitous video surveillance and virtual monitoring.
Feedback shows nurses feel like they "have more resources" supporting patients.
Thoughtful change management is key for human-AI collaboration in healthcare.
About our Guest:
Narinder is co-founder and CEO of LookDeep Health. Prior to that, he was co-founder and president of Appirio, a pioneer in cloud computing and the first cloud investment of Salesforce.com and Sequoia Capital. Appirio grew to over 1,200 employees and was acquired by Wipro in 2016. Previous to Appirio, Narinder worked in the Office of the CEO at SAP and ran product development at webMethods.
He holds a BS from Northwestern, an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Masters in Translational Medicine from The University of California, San Francisco and Berkeley. He serves on the boards of Par Technologies (NYSE:PAR) and the Sikh Coalition.