Telemedicine and Digital Health Monitoring – Reality or Myth - Lunch & Learn

Friday April 1, 2016, 12noon - 1pm | Milton Education Village Innovation Centre | Partner Lunch & Learn

Dr. Shariq Khoja, CEO, at Tech4Life Enterprises will discuss how telemedicine is revolutionizing global health care practices today. 

An African Case Study

With the world going digital, health practitioners are now listening to live heart and lung sounds from patients sitting in any part of the world. Join Tech4Life Enterprises for an interactive presentation and discussion on the evolution of Tele-Medicine and how it is improving the health of populations through mobile telemedicine and point-of-care devices.

You will learn about:

  • What it takes to become one of the leading telemedicine and point of care solution providers
  • How technology-enabled solutions are being used to meet the needs of patients and health systems around the developing world
  • How telemedicine is helping the world realize a shared vision of universal health coverage


Dr. Shariq Khoja is an innovator, researcher, and entrepreneur in the use of technology for improving Health. He leads the research and commercial operations of Tech4Life Enterprises and has written over 50 papers and book chapters, acquired 7 patents, and published tools for organizational readiness assessment, and evaluation of eHealth initiatives.

Tech4life Enterprises consists of highly innovative experts in public health, telemedicine, software development, and health equipment; working closely with health providers and the community to ensure their empowerment. The team designs, manufactures and markets next-generation integrated mobile telemedicine and point-of- care solutions. One of Tech4Life’s products is eSteth, a digital stethoscope that is a forerunner due to its innovation, quality and affordability. eSteth is the first ever Plug ‘n’ Play digital stethoscope in the world which can capture, amplify and transmit sounds in real-time (live), using most devices and communication platforms.


Every month the Innovation Centre hosts informal, and free, presentation on a topic of interest to the residents, members and friends of the Centre and the Milton business community. It is being held at the same time as the monthly Silicon Halton Day where Silicon Halton members come to cowork as our guests for the day.  It’s an open-drop in session, and all Milton entrepreneurs are welcome to attend. You bring your lunch, we’ll bring dessert.

Date: Friday April 1, 2016

Time: 12noon - 1 pm

Location: Milton Education Village Innovation Centre. 555 Industrial Drive, Milton. L9T 5E1 [Google Map

Cost: N/A - BYOLunch, desert provided

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