Sahba Ferdowsi

Medicast

Guest

Doctor in Miami and co-founder of the house call app Medicast

Sahba Ferdowsi on KCRW

Feeling sick? What if you could order up a doctor the same way you order a pizza or an Uber ride? No schlepping to an office or emergency room, no long lines.

House Calls in the Digital Age

Feeling sick? What if you could order up a doctor the same way you order a pizza or an Uber ride? No schlepping to an office or emergency room, no long lines.

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