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Overloaded

Doctors are overloaded

“Physician burnout is costing the U.S. about $4.6 billion annually...”

-Christine Sinsky, MD
VP of Professional Satisfaction
American Medical Association

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Doctors are bogged down. They are buried with regulatory requirements, administrative hurdles and downward pressure on their own costs to run their practices. This burden is increasingly taking time away from doctors’ ability to focus on what really matters: providing great care for patients. These pressures take away from doctors’ work-life balance, too. More than half of doctors say they regret going to medical school and wouldn’t do it over again if they had to.

Patients also face a growing burden, carrying more of their own healthcare costs and spending an average of 121 minutes on each medical office visit they have. Out of necessity, they want more convenience and alternatives to care that save them time and money.

We believe it’s time for a change

Purpose & Principles

The world is changing, and healthcare has to change with it. That's why we're driven by a singular purpose: to change the doctor-patient relationship. By doing this, we can achieve our goal of making a global, innovative technology that will transform and inspire the world of healthcare.

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Excellence

Our leadership

Clinton Phillips
Clinton Phillips

Founder / CEO

Bill Giles
Bill Giles

CFO

Allen Darnell
Allen Darnell

CTO

Anne Hunt
Anne Hunt

VP Product

Neil Kinsley
Neil Kinsley

VP South Africa

Charlie Kolb
Charlie Kolb

VP Operations

Maxim Koslenko
Maxim Koslenko

VP Engineering

Jennifer Crawford
Jennifer Crawford

General Council

Lauren Cranford
Lauren Cranford

Director, Provider Marketing

Anthony Palamara
Anthony Palamara

Director, Patient Marketing

Carrie Taylor
Carrie Taylor

Director, Physician Relations

James Hafner
James Hafner

Creative Director

Our investors

Medici has raised substantial venture funded capital in its early round funding from a dozen private investment organizations and individuals, most of whom are from non-healthcare companies interested in seeing healthcare evolve and innovate.