Built one of the first EMR cloud-based mobile apps with internet connection-free enabled remote healthcare. Prototype built around medical doctor contribution of medical floor to remote care logistics.
Incorporated Generating Innovation Ventures & Enterprises (GIVE Inc.)
Awarded Fellowship for AI in Mobile Health by the Faculty of Arts and Science at Harvard University.
Prototype redesigned with Director of Clinical Trials Innovation -Harvard Clinical Research Institute & Co-Chair of the Scientific Council of Stanford X.
Remote health clinical trials using prototype is designed and structured.
Held Digital Diagnostics in Global Health at Harvard University. Over 20 Harvard doctors join GIVE mHealth Board and Steering Committee. Basis of AI method for monitoring patient symptoms remotely configured. Medical and clinical input into AI for remote health monitoring standardized.
Prototype used for medical mission in West Africa. Clinical trial method for performing non-invasive clinical trial using mobile platform established.
Led Harvard Faculty Club Global Health Transformation -Keynoted by CMIO of Kaiser Permanente and followed by the Director of Global Primary Care of Harvard Medical School. GIVE mHealth prototype solution proposed.
Secured agreements with global hospitals, global health insurance companies, and assembled stakeholders in 5 countries.
Selected as the stakeholder solution for global health delivery SDG #3 by the President of the United Nations at the UN General Assembly during President’s Inaugural Opening.
GIVE mHealth endorsed by Prince Albert II of Monaco. Held the Presidential Awards and Business Roundtable highlighted by Forbes Africa.
President of the Republic of Palau reaches agreement for deployment of the GIVE telehealth app for combating diabetes and obesity nationwide.
The GIVE telehealth app incorporates COVID-19 monitoring data to the AI on its platform. Over 140 country offices subscribe to GIVE telehealth app.
The GIVE telehealth app awarded House of Lords Euroknowledge telehealth award. The GIVE telehealth app reaches over 10,000 subscribers.