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A Silicon Valley seed-stage Healthcare Machine Learning company. The company is led by a Taiwanese-American
Stanford serial entrepreneur with strong healthcare experience who has built 1,000+ person companies which have
raised $100M+ USD in venture funding.
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第一家公司Augmedix。之前， 就讀於史坦福大學醫學院和工學院，在工作時， 發覺電子文件增加醫生諸多工作負擔，而病人卻要承受其成本， 在畢業前四個月，他毅然暫別學業，與友共創Augmedix。 公司目前己在五國擁有千人以上員工，年收入超過二千萬美金。20 17年年，他創立了自己的第二家公司Ferrum--一種自動化 質量系統，它使用AI在病人受傷之前識別並消除醫療錯誤。
陳沛儒是Davos World Economic Forum技術先蜂、聯合國World Summit on Innovation院士、Forbes Healthcare 30 under 30成員、Aspen Institute Scholar、 以及Johns Hopkins CTY傑出校友。他在多個會議或場合演講，如Voice of America、Stanford Medicine 25、Rock Health Summit、Forbes 30 under 30 Summit、Health 2.0、State of Reform、和Citi Digital Health Forum。
Pelu is a serial healthcare entrepreneur living in San Francisco. Prior to founding his first company Augmedix in 2012, Pelu studied both Medicine and Engineering at Stanford University. Working in his community’s hospitals and clinics, he saw medical students and physicians struggling under the increasing burden of electronic documentation and red tape at the expense of their patients. He was four months away from receiving his MD from Stanford when he dropped out to found Augmedix. As Co-founder and President, Pelu created the product and customer vision at Augmedix and grew the company to over 1,000 employees in five countries and $20M in annual revenue. In 2017 he founded his second company, Ferrum - an automated quality system that uses AI to identify and eliminate medical errors before they harm the patient.
Pelu is Technology Pioneer of the Davos World Economic Forum, a Fellow at the UN World Summit on Innovation, a member of the Forbes Healthcare 30 under 30, an Aspen Institute Scholar, and a Johns Hopkins CTY Distinguished Alumni. He has spoken on Voice of America, Stanford Medicine 25, Rock Health Summit, Forbes 30 under 30 Summit, Health 2.0, State of Reform, and Citi Digital Health Forum. He frequently guest lectures at UC Berkeley, UCSF, and Stanford on healthcare leadership and innovation.