Lori Most has an extensive software development background with over 20 years of coding, designing, managing, and owning software products at large corporate companies in the U.S. like retail giant Target Corp, health leader UnitedHealth Group, and the largest 3rd party logistics provider in the U.S., C.H. Robinson Worldwide.
In 2016, she left Corporate America to use her years of tech experience to improve healthcare workers' impact in low-middle income countries when it comes to providing services to people in rural locations. She did this with BackpackEMR, a portable Electronic Medical Records system for rural mobile clinics, pushing the current technology envelope with an offline, server-less network.
Venture: Binary Bridge’s flagship product is BackpackEMR, which bridges the gap between medical teams and patients in remote areas during COVID-19's travel and gathering restrictions. The portable platform facilitates virtual care with remote patient chart reviews, enables home visits, and increases local health workers' skills and knowledge through peer-to-peer clinician support. Binary Bridge’s customers are US-based travelling teams of doctors and clinics.