Mohammad Mohaghegh is the Co-founder and Director of Panteya, a patient experience application bridging the gap between medical specialists and their patients.

In this episode, Mohammad shares his experience with the UNSW Health 10x accelerator program, whilst working directly with specialists to uncover their client engagement problems. Mohammad explains how he is designing the Panteya MVP … all while being an undergraduate student, all seemingly with a smile on his face.


Key takeaways:

  1. Panteya is an mHealth tool that aims to increase communications between specialists and their patients, to reduce recovery-related re-admissions via integrated and secure Patient Results Outcome blocks.
  2. Within Panteya are some real breakthrough ideas that leverage human centred design, privacy by design and digital health concepts to support patient engagement, adherence and feedback.
  3. Central to the Panteya story is the hard work and commitment of its founders to synergise their skills and build the relationships needed to commercialise the product.


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