I’m an entrepreneur and investor living in Silicon Valley, California.
I’ve been working for the last decade across multiple companies. I’ve raised millions of dollars of venture capital funding over the last several years for my startups.
After completing a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Computer Science and getting a Master’s Degree in Computer Science, I moved into the startup scene.
After working on others startups in 2008, I started working on a concept health platform, cofounding my first startup. This concept became DrChrono; I am the co-founder and former Chief Operating Officer. DrChrono is a medical platform for doctors and patients.
Since the inception of DrChrono under my and my cofounder’s leadership, DrChrono has attracted thousands of physicians, and millions of patients, booking millions of appointments and billions in medical billing processed per year through the platform. The platform has built one of the first medical APIs where developers can build apps on top of DrChrono.
DrChrono was ranked by INC 500 as one of the fastest-growing private companies in America. Silicon Valley Business Journal designated DrChrono as one of the fastest-growing private companies in Silicon Valley; DrChrono was voted the number one mobile medical platform for physicians and patients several years in a row by thousands of medical professionals in a survey conducted by Black Book Rankings.
I have worked on several patents; one of them being on Dynamic Forms.
WHAT I AM WORKING ON NOW
My focus is on my new startup, which is funded by Y Combinator. We are hiring; if you are interested in working with me, send me a message on Twitter, and we can find a time to talk. If you’re an engineer looking to join an amazing team working on something big, submit your application to see if you are a fit.
A fun picture of my cofounders and I with the founder of Y Combinator, Paul Graham.
At YC with some founders. Two of them are alums who are back again with new startups. This is the 36th batch! Startup fashions wax and wane, but there are always people making stuff at YC.
(Image by @danielkivatinos, who is one of them.) pic.twitter.com/8StBPlVNkx
— Paul Graham (@paulg) February 19, 2023
I do investing, but at the earliest stages of companies from time to time.
On the side, for fun, I run a podcast about all things that inspire. Here is one great video from my podcast.
Here are a few quotes and things I recommend reading for any startup.
I’ll leave you with one fun question, people sometimes ask about the meaning of my last name; feel free to do some research and let me know what you find.
drchrono is interesting and the fact that you guys are passionate of mobile technology to help patients and especially doctors on the move.
We are a startup swell, currently self funded – therefore not big as you 🙂
I learned about you on NYC seed. We are in Milpitas, CA.
Thanks for the support Sachin! I hope all is going well with your startup!