We are EnrichMyCare
Meet the team behind the personal health platform that helps improve the health and quality of life of children with disabilities.
A brighter tomorrow for children and young people with disabilities.
A one-stop personal health and remote monitoring platform for managing all the health and care needs
To enable every child with disability the best possible personalised health and care to achieve their dreams and goals
Founder/CEO & NHS Clinical Entrepreneur
Saran Muthiah, a specialist paediatric physiotherapist has over 20 years of international experience in managing children with neurological disorders. Saran specialises in the management of spasticity and dystonia, a debilitating presentation in children and young people with movement disorders. Over the years, Saran has developed a unique mix of cross-functional skills spanning across clinical, business and technology domains.
When asked about the story behind EnrichMyCare, Saran recalls his experience as a young qualified therapist helping a 4 -year old child with cerebral palsy to walk as the pivotal moment in deciding to dedicate his career to transforming the lives of children with disabilities. Over the course of the last 20 years, Saran has been fortunate to be able to help a number of children and young people with disabilities and their families not just in the UK, US and in India, but also in other countries. He soon identified a set of common problems that are barriers to achieving high quality health outcomes. When each of these children see more than 15 to 20 different professionals across various organisations, the gaps in communication, disjointed healthcare provision and the lack of timely access to vital information results in compromising the quality of health and care service, particularly in the lives of growing children.
EnrichMyCare, the personal health platform was born out of his quest to transform the care landscape and improve the lives of these children. The innovation behind EnrichMyCare is definitely not from a 'Eureka' moment, rather its a result of years of frustrating experience as a professional working with the families and trying to change and improve their care pathways. Its a true co-creation between the professionals and the children and their families.
Throughout his career, Saran has exercised his leadership, strategic thinking and vision to creatively solve problems and successfully develop services within the NHS. Saran is delighted to be selected as one of the NHS Clinical Entrepreneurs by the NHS England and is looking forward to effecting positive change at a broader level within health and care.
Saran's entrepreneurial flair has been instrumental in establishing his digital health start-up. He also holds an Executive MBA in distinction from two of the prominent Business school, Warwick Business School and Chicago Booth School of Business. He is keen in combining his business acumen, extensive clinical experience and technical know-how to tackle some of the most challenging healthcare problems facing us today!
Dr. Chitra Acharya
Head of Partnerships
Chitra is a computer scientist with strong background in cybersecurity and human computer interaction. Chitra, in her roles as Technical Project Manager for Connected Nottinghamshire, Patient Leader and the NHS App Ambassador has been instrumental in the integration of clinical systems and the adoption of the NHS app by the wider public in Nottinghamshire. She has also been the voice of the patients in various public engagement committees and advisory groups. In her volunteering roles, Chitra has been supporting a number of charities such as Rainbows hospice for children and young people, Disability support for Nottingham and county, Cerebral palsy sport.
Chitra is also a mother of a delightful young man Avi who has cerebral palsy with profound multiple learning disabilities. Whilst managing a successful career, Chitra continues to be Avi's main carer. She is therefore acutely aware of the challenges that parents and the care professionals experience in successfully delivering the health and care for these children.
Chitra's inspiring quote,
When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts. A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child
Chitra, in sharing EnrichMyCare's vision to Transform the lives of millions of children with disabilities is leading our partnership strategy by focussing on building strong ties across all the stakeholders.
Dr. Krishnan Pasupathi
Primary Care Lead
Krishnan is a GP Partner in Buckinghamshire and has 23 years of experience as a Doctor with 18 years in the NHS. He holds Royal College Memberships in Surgery and General Practice and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Krishnan feels very honoured to be caring for people as their family doctor and privileged to be able to positively influence their health and wellbeing. He trained as a Surgeon initially and due to his interest in provision of holistic medicine, personalised care and wanting to play a key role in empowering people to look after their health, he retrained to become a General Practitioner.
Delivering high quality primary care to enable people and their families manage their health concerns confidently is his ambition.
He loves his role as a medical educator and has experience training medical students, junior doctors and also appraising GP colleagues. He strongly believes in lifelong learning, is currently an MBA Scholar at Warwick Business School, enjoys coach-mentoring NHS colleagues and values the mutual learning process.
Krishnan is delighted to be part of the EnrichMyCare team, particularly in supporting the primary care strategy to help with adoption and integration with the GP systems.
Prof. Andrew Ware
Chief Advisor - Technology
Andrew is Professor of Computing at the University of South Wales. His research interest centre on deploying intelligent computer systems (Artificial Intelligence and Data Science oriented solutions) to help solve real-world problems. Andrew is currently working on AI-related projects with several industrial and commercial partners, including Tata Steel and Wye Education.
Andrew is Director of Research for the Wales Institute of Digital Information, a collaboration between the University of South Wales, the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, and the NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS). Professor Ware teaches various computer-related courses including artificial intelligence, data mining and computer programming. Moreover, Andrew has successfully supervised nearly forty PhD students and has been an active participant in many international research projects. Andrew is a Regional Director of Techno Camps, an innovative and ambitious imitative funded by the Welsh Government that seeks to engage young people with computing and its cognate subjects. Andrew is Director of Aurora International Consulting Ltd, an innovative software-as-a-service company that provides AI-enabled review software to the construction industry and Director of 360 Ability Sport, a charitable company that aims to increase the number of people with disabilities engaging in sport.
Dr. Venkat Reddy
Senior Clinical Lead - AI and Clinical Strategy
Venkat is a Neurodevelopmental Paediatrician with expertise in Clinical Leadership, Quality Improvement, Clinical Informatics, Digital Health and Artificial Intelligence in health care.
Venkat has successfully led Peterborough Child Development Centre including managing a budget of around £40 million per annum. In doing so he has provided leadership to 400 staff across 3 localities delivering physical and mental health services in community outpatient and inpatient settings. He has successfully developed and delivered Local Transformation Plan for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) in partnership with the Joint Commissioning Unit and Family Voice Peterborough. He has also delivered successful transformation of integrated Neurodevelopmental services in Peterborough. This service is highlighted as best practice by a number of organisations including the Royal Colleges and voluntary organisations like Autistica.
Venkat is delighted to be part of the EnrichMyCare team, particularly in developing our Clinical AI Strategy along with building partnerships with health and social care organisations.
We are truly nimble and agile.
Our agile team of Executives and Tech developers are duly guided and supported by teams of highly skilled board members. These advisors have rich experience in a range of fields including clinical, business and technology.
We pride ourselves in having board level representations from parents of children with disabilities, the key consumers of health and care. This operational structure provides us with the unique advantage of developing highly responsive solutions that truly address the needs of our children and families and professionals.