QueuePals mitigates risk of infection in the patient journey through digitizing traditional waiting rooms. Care providers can efficiently manage appointments, check in patients, and prompt physical distancing via a text-based remote queuing system.
Backed by First Act Fund and Schmidt Futures. Piloted in 2 medical clinics serving 50+ patients with 5+ more clinics on the waiting list.
Florence, named after Florence Nightingale, is an Alexa-based, take-home doctor that assists discharged hospital patients with their at-home recovery process. Doctors can input customized care instructions through a responsive user interface; patients can ask Florence for clarification on instructions as well as receive regular care reminders.
Won 1st prize at Amazon Intern Hackathon. Transitioned project to the Seattle Children's Hospital after pitching to Hospital vice presidents and senior executives.
Thread connects thrift shoppers to their desired look in less time by pooling together the browsing capabilities of other shoppers in the area. Users can submit requests for clothing, spot others' desired clothes, and browse community spottings of the clothes they want.
Won 1st overall concept and 2nd overall project at Stanford's annual Human-Computer Interaction Demo Day as determined by invited industry judges.
Juvo connects family caregivers of Alzheimer's and dementia patients with on-demand assistance from care specialists through a 24/7 video call and messaging platform. Operating on a subscription-based model, Juvo supports family caregivers by connecting them with vetted doctors and experienced nursing home workers.
Won 1st prize at ASES Venture Pitch Night. Completed Stanford SENSA Labs's 10-week accelerator program and Stanford ASES's 12-week design thinking intensive.