The COVID-19 crisis has forced the world to move most of our activities online – work, social, and more. Beyond the pandemic, we can expect to see the digital transformation of many industries take place. One of these industries is healthcare. While healthcare has existed beyond the brick-and-mortar hospitals and clinics long before this pandemic, reaching patients through advancements in technology, health tech developments will likely accelerate in the near future.
In this live webinar, Dr Shravan Verma and Anton Myroshnychenko from Speedoc, 24/7 house call doctor and medical service platform, will provide context on how healthcare is being transformed, where it is progressing in the next few years, and what it takes to build and deliver this digital transformation.
Speedoc was founded in 2017 in Singapore, with a mission to bring hospital-level care to the home. Building an end-to end system connecting patients to different aspects of healthcare, Speedoc uses technology to become an aggregator of healthcare services on demand. Speedoc is a one-stop solution for patients who require GP or A&E visits for themselves or loved ones from the comfort of their home, offering services including house-call doctors, nurses, ambulance booking services, medicine delivery and telemedicine.
About the speakers
Together with Serene Cai, Speedoc’s Co-Founder, Dr Shravan Verma founded Speedoc in 2017 as a house-call service with a mission to bring hospital-level care to the home. Since then, Speedoc’s first lines of business still involve house calls by both doctors and nurses, but it has grown to include other healthcare services on demand, such as ambulance booking services, medicine and remote monitoring.
Prior to pursuing his medical studies, Dr Shravan Verma completed his undergraduate degree in biomedical and electrical engineering at Duke University. His training as an engineer has prepared him to look at clinical cases as problem sets, instead of focusing solely on the clinical aspects, and equipped him with the knowledge about the technical aspects of creating a business that is run on a mobile application.
Anton has over 10 years of multicultural experience in relationship management, business development and change management.
Prior to joining Speedoc, Anton held various leadership positions at one of the largest global supply chain management companies. Speedoc’s delivery of medical services in the community is as much a logistics challenge as an opportunity to create a completely unique way that a patient interacts with a healthcare provider. This is what drives Anton every day.