Moving Analytics is a company that leverages the power of technology and experience to improve healthcare . There main focus is to drive improvements in health outcomes, care coordination, engagement and retention
In this episode of the podcast we speak with Shuo Qiao, the Co-founder and CTO of Moving Analytics, a digital health company that reduces a large number of heart attacks through digital cardiovascular disease prevention programs.
They work with a multidisciplinary team of cardiologists, nurses, nutritionists, and exercise physiologists to create personalized rehab programs for heart attack patients, which they can access anywhere through their mobile phones.
The programs help patients to manage their medication, exercise daily, and create healthy habits like giving up smoking while reporting their activities to their doctors and other caregivers. This cuts by half the risk of a second heart attack and doubles the likelihood that a heart attack survivor will live for 5+ years.
Moving Analytics has raised $11.5M, and their digital health programs, developed in partnership with Stanford University, serve 1M+ people annually. The company works with several high-profile partners, including the US Department of Veterans Affairs, Kaiser Permanente, Mayo Clinic, and Allegheny Health Network.
Shuo grew up in China and he earned his computer science degree from the Indian Institute of Technology Madras, the top engineering institute in India. He moved to the US in 2013 for his master's degree in computer science, which he received from the University of Southern California.