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My parents are doctors so helping others was ingrained into me from an early age. Having studied programming at Tokyo University of Technology with the goal of learning how to develop software for healthcare, I didn’t want to end up creating yet another website promoting the latest fad diet. Instead, I dreamt of a platform that would help my parents and their colleagues to access transparent and clinically effective information to solve routine problems.
I put together a team of programmers who shared my vision and we founded Medesk in 2008. We started with localised projects for specific clinics, showing them how to automate various everyday tasks. This work funded the first prototype of our digital health platform, but it was the rise of cloud-based technologies that gave us real momentum to deliver patient-centred value through our tools.
Many clinics came to us for help with developing software to store clinical data in the cloud. They were unable to track key business information like the patient journey and acquisition channels, whereas their doctors found it hard to process clinical information that was scattered all over the place and mostly stored on paper. This combination meant these clinics struggled to survive and their doctors found it difficult to practice the best medicine.
By 2012, we had developed Medesk as a cloud-based practice management platform that helped clinics, laboratories and insurance companies to collaborate in a single space. Our platform brought together each clinic and all their external partners to give patients a whole new quality of care and service. Our ongoing goal is to craft the ultimate patient experience from the first point of contact through to treatment and beyond.
Since we’re big on learning points and self-improvement, here are 10 discoveries we’ve made, one for each of the 10 years Medesk has been around.
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