SeamlessMD provides a cloud-based solution on smartphones, tablets and computers for guiding patients through surgery. This helps healthcare providers improve the patient experience, achieve better health outcomes and lower costs.
The Ottawa Hospital and the Bariatric Medical Institute have partnered with SeamlessMD’s patient engagement platform to extend their support for bariatric surgery patients into its patients’ homes.
Saint Peter’s Healthcare System has selected SeamlessMD’s patient engagement platform to launch its new enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS) program and extend the support of the hospital into its patients’ homes.
A digital health company that developed an app to make it easier for patients recovering from surgery to communicate vital information to physicians once they’re discharged has raised $1.1 million in a seed round to expand its surgery program library and continue to do clinical validation.
Toronto, Canada-based SeamlessMD, a company that has developed an engagement tool for surgery patients, has raised $1.1 million from BDC Capital, FundersClub and angel investors.
Dr. Joshua Liu sets the vision for the company and empowers employees, healthcare providers and partners to build a better healthcare system. A physician by training, he co-led a hospital readmissions research project at the University Health Network (UHN) in Toronto, Canada. He was named a Forbes 30 Under 30 in Healthcare and holds a MD from the University of Toronto.
Philip Chen leads the company's operations, patient experience and hospital implementation efforts. An engineer by training, Philip previously led two social enterprises, Social Spark and Take Action, and worked as a business associate at Orbis Mutual Funds. He has represented Canada in international mathematics olympiads and holds an engineering degree from the University of Toronto.
Willie Kwok leads engineering and product development. Previously, Willie worked at Vodafone's mobile health venture capital division, where he served as project manager for portfolio companies and performed due diligence for prospective partners. He is the co-organizer of the Health Technology Forum in Vancouver and holds a degree in computer science from the University of British Columbia.