Tuesday, Feb 28, 2023 | 12:00 AM ET
S3 Ep 18: Harnessing the Power of Tech and Data to Bring the Right Care to Patients, No Matter Where They Are—featuring Maulik Majmudar
Technology plays a heavy role in driving equitable care delivery.
In this episode, Dr. Maulik Majmudar, co-founder and Chief Medical Officer at Biofourmis, shares about his company’s platform, which enables health systems and provider groups to scale their programs at the patients’ homes. Even before the COVID pandemic, the transition of care out of the brick-and-mortar sites into patients’ homes was starting, but many health systems still lack the technology and the teams to support this successfully. Dr. Majmudar explains how the Biofourmis platform can manage patients’ care remotely and uses digital tools that can drive better outcomes. He speaks about the health equity problem and how the Biofourmis platform combines virtual care delivery and the standardization of evidence-based therapies to make healthcare more acceptable, affordable, and accessible.
Tune in to learn how the Biofourmis platform is making waves in remote patient management and health equity!
About Maulik Majmudar:
Dr. Maulik Majmudar is the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer at Biofourmis. Dr. Majmudar served as Medical Officer at Amazon, where he led several healthcare-related initiatives. Before Amazon, Dr. Majmudar was associate director of the Healthcare Transformation Lab at Massachusetts General Hospital and an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, where he was responsible for the identification, validation, and implementation of digital health solutions to improve care delivery.
Things You’ll Learn:
- Someone’s location should not be a factor that makes a big difference in healthcare outcomes.
- The Biofourmis platform is a disease, site of care, and acuity agnostic
- Remote Patient Management means that the data collected remotely is used for monitoring but also handled, interpreted, and executed.
- In healthcare, the ultimate measures of success are outcomes and unit economics.
- Obesity, high blood pressure, and diabetes are prevalent in socioeconomically deprived neighborhoods and underserved populations with little to no access to care.
Maulik Majmudar, MDChief Medical Officer & Co-Founder, Biofourmis
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