Nneka mobisson is a pediatrician & an healthcare revolutionist.
She is the co-founder & CEO of mDoc Healthcare, an integrated healthcare management platform providing 24/7 access to virtual, credentialed doctors, nurses and allied healthcare providers via SMS, voice and video platforms with the aim to optimize the care experience of people living with chronic healthcare needs such as diabetes, respiratory system disease, HIV, asthma and cancer.
Prior to confounding mDoc, she had worked at World bank,institute for healthcare improvement(IHI) and a few other companies/org in various capacities.
People access the technology platform on their phones and are led to a virtual care team consisting of coaches and nurses in real time.
They assess patients, discuss their health goals and advise them on medical care actions.
They also provide digital navigation, trackers and digital support groups for the patients.
mDoc has experts from South Africa, Zambia, Rwanda, Kenya, US, UK and Nigeria, operating on the service.
She earned a bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from MIT, her MPH from Emory University, and her MD/MBA from Yale University and completed her Pediatrics residency at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She is a 2017 Cartier Awards Finalist, a 2014 World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, and a Yale Associate World Fellow.