Mobile Platform For Telemedicine
CallingDr uses telemedicine to connect doctors and patients.
Its mobile platform is designed to do two things:
1. Enable patients to remotely consult with physicians and receive treatment.
2. And enable doctors to treat more patients and reduce treatment costs.
CallingDr is growing fast, particularly in the midst of Covid-19. Since the outbreak emerged, it’s seen a 600% increase in patient visits. The company projects to surpass $1 million in revenue in 2020, up from $280,000 in revenue in 2019.
CallingDr’s CEO co-founded Physicians EMR, a company providing medical records that was acquired in 2016. Its Chief Medical Officer has 28 years of clinical experience, and its Chief Technology Officer has experience bringing healthcare products to market.
Dr. Shaukat has nearly 30 years of clinical experience.
He is a board-certified pulmonologist, and previously managed sleep clinics in Florida, which he sold before joining CallingDr.
He has a private medical practice, where he serves as Chief of Staff, and focuses on patients needing critical care.
Adnan's career has been in healthcare and technology.
He spent eight years with Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC), a software company, managing a team of IT specialists and serving as Senior Manager for Architecture and Development.
In addition, he co-founded Physicians EMR, a company providing medical records that was acquired in 2016.
Throughout his career, Adnan has been awarded multiple U.S. patents and has several others pending.
He earned a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering.
Kashif is CallingDr’s technology expert, and has more than 18 years of experience in the industry.
He grew a software company to profitability, and has experience bringing healthcare products to market. Multiple products were certified by the Office of the National Coordinator, a division of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
He studied at Hamdard University, Pakistan’s largest private research university.