“I have always wanted to be both a doctor and entrepreneur, I have also always loved technology. For as long as I can remember there was always a disemboweled computer in our household. As soon as we would get them, my little brother and I experimented with gadgets. This and my degree in Medicine meant that as an intern I would always see inefficiencies in the system that I felt could be solved by simple tech. My overall aim, as cliché as it sounds, is really to help thousands of people who make use of inefficient systems. I want them to have access to what effectively constitutes a basic human right – better health care, and in that have control over their own health.