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During this episode, Adeel Malik, Chief Executive Officer of Clearstep, joins us to discuss his passion and mission to revolutionize how patients can find and access the right care while enabling healthcare organizations to leverage advanced digital technologies.
While together, Adeel outlines how he and his team have built an AI “Smart Care Routing” engine used by health systems and payers to make it easy for patient-consumers to know their best next step for care.
Additionally, Adeel shares his exciting vision for the healthcare industry and where Clearstep is heading.
Join us to learn how Adeel and Clearstep are building industry-leading smart care routing technology to enhance patient experiences and outcomes. Let’s go!
- Why Adeel founded Clearstep
- Adeel’s passion for patients accessing care
- Clearstep’s value prop for health systems
- Adeel’s vision for how to better serve patients
About our Guest:
Adeel co-founded Clearstep out of a desire to revolutionize the way patients can find and access the right care while enabling healthcare organizations to better leverage advanced digital technologies. In his role, he coordinates with Clearstep customers, product teams, healthcare industry experts, investors, and others to ensure Clearstep remains at the forefront of driving innovation in smart care routing.
Under Adeel’s leadership, Clearstep has partnered with some of the leading healthcare institutions in the world. He was featured in Built In Chicago’s 50 Startups to Watch in 2020 and was one of the inaugural members of the UnitedHealthcare accelerator. Adeel was also named one of Chicago’s 20 in their 20’s by Crain’s Chicago Business in 2020.
Before co-founding Clearstep in 2018, Adeel was a strategy and analytics consultant at Accenture where he worked with some of the largest institutions in healthcare across pharma, health tech, health systems, and retail. Before joining Accenture, he also spent three years as a neuro-immunology researcher at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.
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