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Dan Carlin, MD

Dan Carlin, MD

Emergency Medicine Specialist


BS, Carnegie Mellon University
MD, Tufts University School of Medicine


Board-certified, Emergency Medicine

Specialty Training

Residency, Emergency Medicine, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

Field Medicine, US Armed Forces Combat Casualty Care School

Internship, General Surgery, Bethesda Naval Hospital

Dr. Dan Carlin is an emergency medicine specialist with over 29 years of experience. Hegraduated from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania with a double degree in chemistry and philosophy and earned his medical degree from Tufts University School of Medicine in Boston, Massachusetts. He was the medical officer on board the USS Mississippi from 1986 to 1988.

Dr. Carlin is a recognized leader in the field of connected care and promotes the use of the latest mobile health devices to provide personal health diagnosis, treatment, and health management to patients. In 1998 he founded WorldClinic with the goal of leveraging simple technology to deliver medical care anywhere in the world.

He is a frequent speaker to both medical and international development audiences and has lectured at institutions such as MIT Media Lab, US Naval Academy, Cleveland Clinic, and the International Economic Development Council. He also writes a regular column on health issues for Worth Magazine and is frequently quoted on the topics of healthcare, mHealth, and telemedicine. His current work focuses on leveraging telemedicine to care not only for individuals, but also to organize and deliver care to entire populations.