Dr. Joshua Liu Shares The SeamlessMD Story on Reboot Health Podcast

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June 3, 2021

Recently, SeamlessMD CEO Joshua Liu, MD, was invited as a guest speaker on ReBoot Health podcast where he shared how SeamlessMD started, some early wins, and the role of peer-reviewed evidence in supporting your venture. The ReBoot Health podcast is a show hosted by Canadian physician, Dr. Amol Deshpande, centered around the people and technology rebuilding tomorrow's health system.

Highlights from the podcast episode include:

• How SeamlessMD landed on patient engagement;

• Balancing customer pull and vision;

• Is founding a startup in healthcare really different?

• Keeping track of early wins;

• Does peer-review evidence matter for startups?

• Adding healthcare members to the founding team;

• Choosing geographic markets. USA vs. Canada;

• Defining the problem to solve in healthcare as a startup?

• Improving the Canadian healthcare ecosystem; and

• Not everything in healthcare is bad.

You can listen to the full podcast episode here.

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