The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) is an infrastructure that links the traditional healthcare system with digital medical devices and software applications to synthesise various healthcare services. It has truly been transformative for the healthcare industry. Telemedicine especially proved to be a boon during the pandemic as it restrained vast patient displacement to healthcare facilities.
In this edition of Founder Thesis, Akshay Datt speaks with Dhruv Joshi, Co-Founder and CEO of Cloudphysician, the startup transforming critical care delivery through Smart-ICU technology.
Dr. Joshi has served as the Pulmonary and Critical Care Specialist at the prestigious Cleveland clinic in USA. Having that niche kind of clinical expertise helped him explore the existing barriers impeding quality critical care delivery. Cloudphysician is his attempt to improve the critical care ecosystem by focusing towards meeting the needs of both patients and medical professionals.
Listen to this conversation to hear Dhruv speak about his journey of building Cloudphysician!
Genesis of Cloudphysician
Expertise On Call, a plug-and-play solution
Challenges in implementing Electronic Health Record (EHR)
Roadmap for 2025- virtual hospital
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