Gunjan Goel is the Co-Founder and CEO of Amerivitals, a Phoenix based provider of telehealth and remote monitoring products and services across the U.S. More than 50% of medical cases going to emergency rooms are for minor health needs resulting in $38 billion in wasted resources. More than 60% of bankruptcies in the U.S. are due to medical bills. Amerivitals addresses these issues by offering medical consultations using its nationwide network of board certified doctors and nurses through phone and video with prescription benefit 24/7 and across all 50 U.S. states. Members pay consultation fees as low as $10 per medical consultation. Using its low cost 24/7 nationwide network Amerivitals is solving many of the challenges of our healthcare system – cost, access, and service times. Amerivitals is also developing a remote monitoring platform that will work with Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android platforms and various wearable and portable health monitors. Launched in 2013 Amervitals is servicing 2000+ individual members, businesses and recently launched a unique Group Telemedicine Plan for Arizona Technology Council’s 750+ member companies representing 100,000 employees.
Mr. Goel has over 18 years of global technology and business experience. Previously, he was a Partner at Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), providing business transformation solutions to CSC’s customers. Prior to that he was a Sr. Director of Technology at Honeywell where he worked in the U.S. and many international locations running large IT organizations and programs.
Mr. Goel has an MBA from the University of Notre Dame and a Masters in Information Systems from Arizona State University. He and his wife, Sunayna, reside in Mesa, AZ, and have two daughters, Diya and Isha, who were born at 25 weeks, 1 ½ lb. each, and who were the inspiration for Amervitals Telehealth.