Investing & Startups| July 8, 2020
[Podcast] Can AI help help improve the quality of care for the elderly? One startup is betting on it.
Today’s guest is Ashish Shah, Co-Founder and CEO of Dina. Dina is an AI-powered care coordination platform aimed to help the elderly population that live at home independently on their own terms. Dina organizes different ways to access care options in the community, such as nutrition and medical equipment needs, allowing for greater individual autonomy.
With Dina, Ashish hopes to be able to educate home caregivers and individuals about what is available in their community while reducing the need for institutionalized care.
Ashish joins us to discuss how Dina works, who can benefit from this innovative solution and how the COVID-19 pandemic has influenced the priorities his team is working on
Listen to the podcast to learn about:
- The kind of decisions the elderly population face
- How Dina platform works & what it’s designed to do
- What gaps exist currently in the at-home service industry for the 65+ population
- How Dina can be used to track an individual’s health status
- Technology trends of the future impacting the healthcare industry
- The type of AI services Dina employs
- How the COVID-19 outbreak is accelerating innovation in the healthcare space
- Large companies vs. small companies’ approach to innovation in healthcare
- COVID-19 and the positive impact on long-term healthcare solutions
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