Recently, technology has been causing positive disruptions across industries. Each activity that human being perform has been influenced in some way by technology. These changes have resulted in increased efficiency in our everyday life. Activities are carried in reduced time and cost. The healthcare industry has not been left behind. Dr. Mark McKenna is working on a project that could revolutionize the healthcare sector.
Dr. Mark McKenna has, in the last two years, focused his energies on providing world-class services for individuals that are for aesthetics services and wellness treatment. He founded OVME, pronounced as Of-me, in 2007 to provide these services. When coming up with this idea, Dr. Mark wanted to disrupt the healthcare industry just as Uber disrupted the transport industry or Deliveroo disrupted the food industry.
Dr. Mark McKenna has assembled a qualified team of experts to work in OVME. He assures his clients that he is committed to giving them quality services. Dr. Mark provides a safe and comfortable environment for conducting cosmetic surgeries. Dr. Mark’s team provides customized services to the clients and at times even go out of their way to accommodate the client’s schedule.
To help improve efficiency, Dr. Mark McKenna is currently working on on-demand apps. The apps will make consultation services readily available to anyone. Dr. Mark is aiming at providing consultation services through the app. Consultation services will be remotely available. He says that he will enlist only qualified practitioners to provide these services to the clients. This innovation will significantly help the clients who may want aesthetics services but are constrained by time.
Previously, Dr. Mark McKenna worked for his father, who was also a doctor. This duration was after he had graduated from Tulane University Medical School. While he was a student at the university, he had ventured into real estate. The business flourished, but he was forced to rethink this venture after hurricane Katrina wiped out his investments. These entrepreneurial skills have been of great help when managing OVME.
— Dr. Mark McKenna (@drmarkmckenna) September 10, 2018