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A Birmingham-based international health care technology company has hired a new chief medical officer.
Dr. Rita Goyal started at ConcertCare in late July.
Goyal caught the eye of ConcertCare CEO Tanveer Patel due to her medical and entrepreneurial experience. Goyal, both a practicing doctor and an entrepreneur, founded her own virtual medical consultation platform, virtualMDvisit.net, in 2017.
At the age of 19, Tanveer Patel met her husband, Maqbool, 10 days before their wedding.
Two weeks later, the native of Bangalore (a coastal city in the tropical region of India) found herself in Philadelphia — where, according to Weather Underground’s archives, the temperature was 34°, and it was raining.
As technology continues to permeate various industry sectors creating a boom, it has remained just a bubble in the imperative healthcare sector.
Debatable techniques, doubtful payments and trust factor have prevented patients and doctors over the past in embracing technology in healthcare completely.
Entering the telemedicine industry at a time when connectivity and constancy still had a long way to go, ConcertCare created a revolutionary approach to telemedicine through reliability and innovation.
At the end of the day, “we are pain-seekers of the industry, and we work by discovering where telemedicine is restricted and building a solution for enabling those areas rather than develop a solution and then solve the problems,” says Tanveer Patel, the Founder and CEO of Concert Care.
Fortune, 39, has played a key role in several growing Birmingham health companies. During her time at American Family Care, she was known as the “chief brand champion,” helping the company brand more than 40 new clinics in five years and navigating a major acquisition. These days, she’s shaping the future of ConcertCare – an Innovation Depot graduate.
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Recently named by Upstart Business Journal one of the nation’s Top 100 Influential Thinkers, Tanveer Patel brings to ConcertCare two decades of successful business ventures partnering healthcare with information technology.
ConcertCare, founded in 2012, was built on the belief that the link between quality patient care and provider profitability, one of the healthcare system’s most critical links, is broken. The company works to understand the pain healthcare providers are experiencing today, as well as the multitude of pressures driving physicians and their practices further and further away from the core mission of healthcare.
With the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ recent announcement of a $16 million grant package designed to combat America’s rural healthcare shortage largely via expanded telehealth funding, this rapidly advancing form of care is receiving new levels of attention.
Over a century ago a concept termed “twin cities,” (“sister cities” in the US) was started in Europe as a way of promoting mutual understanding and cross-border economic, academic and cultural projects of mutual benefit.
Multi-million pound package to achieve NHS digital excellence in response to Wachter review alongside new digital services for patients.
AN American technology company has entered a joint venture partnership with a leading UK data centre operator and cloud computing specialist after identifying Liverpool for its first UK venture.
ConcertCare, which is based in Birmingham, Alabama, has partnered with AIMES, based at Liverpool Innovation Park, and is now set to open an office in Liverpool’s Alder Hey Innovation Centre.
The Birmingham Business Alliance's Birmingham Regional Enterprise Council and Women's Business Council will present this luncheon on August 24, from 11:30 - 1:00 that is designed to help understand the gender gap and encourage more females to enter "Innovative Technology" fields.
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will affect some 28,000 patients across Alabama. Birmingham CEO named one of nation's top 100 entrepreneurs: ConcertCare CEO Tanveer Patel was recognized by The Upstart Business Journal for her ...
latest venture, ConcertCare LLC. Subscribers can read the full profile here, but here is a preview and some answers we couldn't fit in print: On her management style: When you are in a management role ...
school Since taking that initial leap, Patel has founded or turned around multiple companies in Birmingham. Much of her work - including her current venture, ConcertCare LLC - has been in the tech sector ...
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Birmingham businesswoman and owner of ConcertCare LLC Tanveer Patel has been named one of the nation’s top 100 entrepreneurs by Upstart Business Journal ...