With healthcare technology trends at an all-time high, fitness apps, telehealth apps, and electronic records are all evolving to a patient-centric model to shape the future of healthcare.
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Matt’s a serial entrepreneur dedicated to investing time, money, and energy into disrupting traditional industries for good -- and he’s not stopping anytime soon.
The impact...so far:
From truly personalizing medicine to reinventing how doctors see patients, Matt’s leading a revolution to fix healthcare for all the right reasons.
Carie Health’s Share the Care™.
With nearly 2,000 microloans empowering entrepreneurs in 84 countries via EverGift and a 1-to-1 match on free digital health consultations through Carie, Matt’s providing a path for others to prosper.
Newmark Knight Frank.
Alterra Capital Group.
On a mission to improve workforce housing, Matt and his team of partners managed over 3,800 commercial rental units valued at $140M throughout the U.S.
Keep innovating. Keep disrupting.
The start of an unlikely entrepreneur...
At 21, as a senior studying abroad, Matt had everything stolen while surfing off the coast of Ecuador. With a borrowed suit and a couple hundred dollars to his name, he interviewed with Datatec, S.A. Less than a week later he was made Head of Sales, going on to launch offices in Bogotá, Colombia and Santiago, Chile.
It’s just one piece of Matt’s story that sparked a lifelong quest to funnel his energy into disrupting the status quo in big industries, while driving companies that deliver products designed to improve lives.Get the full story
Disrupting healthcare through the power of technology innovation.
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The success of a business is reliant upon its ability to help people. ”-Matt Wanderer