In this engaging episode, we’re joined by Nirav Shah, a highly accomplished physician-entrepreneur. Nirav shares his unique journey from stroke neurologist to the founder of a pioneering remote patient monitoring tech company. Emphasizing the pivotal role of relationships, he credits his successful career transition to both his extensive medical training and an expansive network of technologists. His endeavor, which transformed ICU-level care through wearable devices, initially sprouted from a research project and flourished due to deep, iterative engagement with patients. The path was strewn with challenges including raising capital during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even during the most trying times the camaraderie and mutual conviction among his team were paramount. If you’re interested in starting your own entrepreneurial journey be sure to listen in and learn from Nirav’s insights.
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