Mudit Dandwate, Co-founder and CEO of Dozee (Turtle Shell Technologies Private Limited), a company that aims to simplify and transform healthcare in India and beyond. Proudly Made In India, Dozee is India’s first Contactless Remote Patient Monitoring solution that is steadily and systematically pioneering patient monitoring in hospitals and at home.
A mechanical engineer by education, Mudit graduated from the Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai in 2013. Before starting Dozee, he worked as a vehicle dynamics expert at Altair Technologies where he designed, built, and raced four full-scale race cars, including India's first electric race cars. Mudit is no stranger to out-of-the-box thinking. He has pioneered an MCC-approved cricket bat which was licensed by Slazenger and is still in use. He also designed his own Thought Controlled Bionic Arm on June 26, 2017, after losing his arm to a crocodile attack in an attempt to save his dog.
Fueled by his passion, he started his Dozee journey in 2015 with Gaurav Parchani, an IIT Indore alumnus. Today, that journey is changing lives for the better across the country and beyond. He is regarded as an unconventional thinker with many firsts to his credit. Under his aegis, Dozee delivers on the promise of making healthcare accessible, affordable, and available to millions of patients.
Regarded as one of the fastest growing health-tech companies globally, Dozee has established a presence in 370+ hospitals covering 40+ districts in India and is now expanding its operations even in Africa.
Mudit has multiple accolades to his credit, to name a few - the Forbes India 30under30 2021, ET Innovation award 2020, Anjani Mashelkar Inclusive Innovation Award 2020 and BML Munjal Award 2022 among others.
Under his leadership, Dozee is now on a mission to drive technology driven transformation to impact millions of lives globally.