Sid Kandan founded Stel Life to simplify connected health for patients, care teams, and manufacturers.
Having learned to program because of various Bluetooth projects from his time at Duke, Singularity University, and Facebook. He saw the potential for IoT to improve the standard of care. Together with health system leaders and talented engineers, they created Stel to build technology to establish the infrastructure needed to evolve care to the home. With Stel’s patented technology - patients wouldn’t need Wi-Fi, smartphones, or tech-literacy, Care-teams could use their EHR or preferred workflows, and Health orgs wouldn’t risk PHI or supply-chain flexibility.
Sid is an active contributor in discussions about the digital divide, IoT, wireless devices, and new programs to advance technology to improve health equity and access to care for vulnerable populations.
As a serial tinkerer, Sid occasionally finds time to tinker on creations like his: Ye.i. Home Automation Robots, talking dog collar, or his own fan cut rendition of the Hamilton musical. Feel free to learn more from his socials: Twitter: @sidkandan | LinkedIn: sidkandan