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Join Lucas Takahashi, Co-Founder and President of medmo, to learn more about the intersection between public health, technology and healthcare as he discusses his journey of success in building medmo, a new, rapidly-growing healthcare start-up that enables patients to obtain medical imaging tests at the exact price they can afford, with no surprise fees or bills. Patients simply indicate the type of scan they need, and medmo connects them with a nearby, accredited imaging center that can work with their budget.
Did you know medmo is recruiting? After learning more about the company, Lucas will discuss current paid positions available at medmo and what it takes to join the company. After the presentation select students will have the opportunity to interview for positions at medmo and join the team!
To apply for an interview:
1. Upload your Resume for a prelimlinary screening (click below under Recruit Session Information)
2. If you are selected to move to the next round, you will be interviewed by Lucas on December 4th.
About Lucas Takahashi: Lucas works on strategic initiatives across commercial strategy, finance, and product. He has a wide range of experience driving positive outcomes at both start-up and established publicly-traded companies. Previously, Lucas worked at Axiom, a venture-backed legal services marketplace, where he led a finance team focused on growth strategy. Prior to Axiom, Lucas held various positions at BlackRock and GE Capital. He graduated from the Smeal College of Business at the Pennsylvania State University. Lucas is passionate about helping patients make the best decisions possible for their health and believes that “shopping" for medical services will soon be the new norm.
Medmo is a revolutionary healthcare platform that gives uninsured and underinsured consumers the freedom to obtain medical imaging services at a price they can afford, without hidden fees or confusion, from accredited healthcare providers in their area. They help patients get high-quality medical imaging at discounted rates by filling unused time in high-quality imaging centers. They help medical imaging centers increase revenue by filling unused time slots.
They help referring doctors by relieving their staff of administrative burden. Everyone wins with medmo. They are a well funded and have tremendous growth. Medmo’s revolutionary pricing model is primarily targeted at people with high deductibles or without insurance, who typically have to pay the full cost of their care. By using medmo, people can pay as little as $225 for an MRI or $200 for a CT scan – both of which usually cost three to five times more. Medmo is currently centered in the greater New York area, where they have partnerships with over fifty accredited imaging centers, and plan to extend their network throughout the United States over the coming year.