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S6: #056: Building the World's Largest Connected Care Network, Bit by Bit

Digital Health Today 360° with Dan Kendall

S6: #056: Building the World's Largest Connected Care Network, Bit by Bit

Eren Bali of Carbon Health on reinventing the healthcare system
February 23, 2018

S6: #056: Building the World's Largest Connected Care Network, Bit by Bit

Eren Bali is the CEO and Cofounder of Carbon Health a San Francisco-based company that has its sites set on building the world’s largest connected care network. If Eren was just any aspiring entrepreneur entering the healthcare space, then the chances of reaching that goal might be very small. But Eren isn’t just any entrepreneur – he’s also the founder of what will soon become the world’s largest school. He founded Udemy, an online learning platform, in Turkey and relaunched it in the US a few years later. He’s here to tell us about his experience and how he’s started from scratch in connecting patients with care in the Carbon Health healthcare network.

Today’s Topics:

  • How the experience of building Udemy led to Eren’s ambition in tackling some of the biggest challenges in healthcare
  • How Eren’s personal experience in caring for his mother led to his discovery of ways to improve healthcare
  • What users should expect in their patient journey
  • How the development of leading software led to building their own clinic, and how Carbon Health plans to expand to serve patients across the US

Links and Resources Mentioned:

Video:

Carbon Health App: Reimagining How We Experience Healthcare.

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