MD Home Call, acquired by Crescent Capital backed National Home Doctor Service, Australia’s largest network with offices in Canada
Mukund Chopra Board Member and CEO of MD Home Call, a leader in connecting patients and physicians in the Greater Toronto area for doctor house call and visits joins eHealth Radio and the Health Care and News Channels to discuss the acquisition by Crescent Capital backed National Home Doctor Service, Australia’s largest network with offices in Canada.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Mukund Chopra discuss the following:
- From the opening of MD Home Call which is prominently known in the Greater Toronto area, and the recent acquisition of the company, what makes MD Home Call a leader in the doctor house call and visit arena?
- Explain the history behind MD Home Call and where you see the company growth in the future.
- Why MD Home Call? Any meaning behind the name?
- Explain to us why home calls are so popular in Canada and do you see that same trend in the United States?
- Tell us more about the acquisition. What prompted the acquisition and why Crescent Capital?
- Give us an example of your patient base and who would consider a service such as MD Home call?
- With the acquisition, will the name change?
Mukund Chopra is an experienced technology investor and operator with a proven track record of using technology to drive efficiencies in slow moving marketplaces. He is a board member and was the CEO of MD Home Call, Canada's largest provider of Physician Home Visits, for numerous years. He was responsible for building and running Groupon's Central US markets through IPO. His other holdings besides MD Home Call, include Slack technologies. Mukund also served as Head of North America for Universal Avenue. The company has been featured as one of Wired magazines top 100 startups and it back by several institutional investors including the likes of Fidelity.