9: Keep Things Simple with Dr. Garry Choy, Co-founder of CredSimple!

Dr. Garry Choy shares his dream to impact healthcare and help healthcare solve problems.

The ModernMD: Dr. Garry Choy

Dr. Garry Choy, MD, MBA is the Co-founder of CredSimple, a platform that digitizes and automates the currently labor-intensive and manual processes of medical credentialing. Garry is the Assistant Chief Medical Information Officer for Advanced Technologies at Massachusetts General Physicians Organization at MGH. His clinical interests are focused on cardiothoracic, abdominal, and emergency imaging.  Garry is an active faculty member teaching at Harvard Medical School and Harvard College.

Success Quote:

“Keep things simple” – Garry Choy

White Coat to Business Suit:

Radiologist by night and business school by day. Garry Co-founded CredSimple during business school and recruited key founding team members to build the venture.

Idea to Venture:

The Idea: Make medical credentialing simple.

Success: Listened to our customers and allocated resources in a smart way.

Lesson Learned: Work hard and keep focused on a goal. CredSimple has been successful by distilling the most important features a customer wants and using technology to keep medical credentialing simple.

Business Rounds:

Best advise: Spend time making sure you are connected to the people that are most important to you in your personal life – Advise from Top Fortune 500 CEO. 

Success Habit: Daily cup of coffee and plan/prioritize top three things that must get completed before bed.

Healthcare Trends: Population health management – How can we make sure are patients stay health?  How do we take care of more than one patient in an efficient manner? Listen as Garry shares more exciting trends.

Links:

http://credsimple.com/

@garrychoy

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