Samir Malik joined Genoa, a QoL Healthcare Company, in 2015 as Senior Vice President/General Manager of Genoa’s Telepsychiatry division. Samir is responsible for developing and executing the expansion of psychiatry services both within and outside of clinics that Genoa serves today.
Previously, Samir was Co-founder and CEO of 1DocWay, a New York City-based telepsychiatry company, which expanded access to mental healthcare in rural America. Samir and his team built the technology-enabled-services company from scratch, treating 25,000 patients before being acquired by Genoa in November of 2015.
Prior to 1DocWay, Samir held the title of President of Signature Healthcare, and CEO of ZipCare Transportation, two healthcare service companies he started prior to founding 1DocWay. These two endeavors have grown in the past 3 years from two employees to over 100, while improving access to healthcare in markets and populations in need of mental health access.
From 2010 to 2012, Samir was the Director of Strategic Planning at CenterPointe Hospital, 150-bed health system in St Louis, Missouri, where he designed and built a new model for outpatient mental health programs across 3 states.
Prior to CenterPointe Hospital, Samir’s career began with McKinsey & Co as a Business Analyst, where he focused on a wide range of strategic and operational initiatives for large organizations both inside and outside healthcare. While there, Samir served as a McKinsey Hospital Institute Fellow.
Samir received a Bachelor of Science in Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania magna cum laude, a Bachelor of Arts in Neuroscience from Penn with distinction, and a Master’s of Business Administration at Wharton in Healthcare Management.