Examedi is a healthcare-at-home marketplace in Latin America that sends nurses and lab technicians directly to patients’ homes for appointments. It’s like Uber, but for medical lab work.
Software Engineer from Chile 🇨🇱 Got my first SWE job at 17, where I co-founded the tech area of Houm (YC W21)—all-in-one real estate marketplace. Left two years later. Gave up a scholarship at the University of Waterloo, Software Engineering, by dropping out after my first semester. Admitted 1st in the entire generation. Now in Examedi, improving the healthcare system by bringing the ease of ordering food online, into healthcare.
Software Engineer from Santiago, Chile. Second-youngest LatAm founder in YC, ever. Started programming when I was 14. Worked at two startups that went through a local accelerator powered by the Chilean government. Gave up a scholarship and dropped out from Civil Engineering to focus 100% on Examedi.
Industrial engineer from Santiago, Chile. Dropped out of my M Sc, in Optimization to build the logistics infrastructure at Houm (YC W21), where I managed ~150 freelancers in Chile, Mexico, and Colombia—on average showing 1 real-estate property every 6 minutes. Now I'm at Examedi, using logistics to uberize the Healthcare industry.