Nikhil Buduma '13 Leads Innovative Medical Tech Company

Posted: October 3, 2018

From a young age, Nikhil Buduma '13 developed a keen interest in building affordable healthcare after recovering from a congenital heart defect and running a university drug discovery lab at the age of 15. After graduating from Bellarmine, Nikhil continued his education, and interest in the medical field, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he met his now business partner at Remedy, Predictive Medical Analytics.

With a small but mighty team, Nikhil has launched Remedy - an innovative artificial intelligence technology that helps care teams to uncover and address hidden chronic diseases, all with an easy-to-use online system. The technology that drives Remedy learns from a physician’s instruction in addition to real-world data — leaping over the limitations of traditional healthcare machine learning systems and addressing one of the nation's biggest health crisis: chronic diseases.

7 out of 10 Americans will die of a chronic disease, and the majority of Americans don’t yet realize they have a chronic illness. By detecting undiagnosed chronic disease early, Remedy can help providers intervene early, preventing future complications and decompensation, and personalize care pathways to help patients move toward better health.

Learn more about Remedy on their website.

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