Docs, You Can Solve “Daily Rounds” Clinical Cases on Your Phone

November 7, 2014
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Daily Rounds collects clinical cases from medical schools & individual docs so physicians can learn from case studies via their mobile phone

Deepu Sebin, MD, an internist and critical care doc, is the Co-Founder of Daily Rounds. He pitched his company at the July 2014 Health 2.0 Silicon Valley Meet Up at Plug and Play Center in Sunnyvale, California.

Deepu told us that doctors learn via three methods: books & journals, practice (e.g. internship, residency) and by reading and solving clinical cases. But he says, 98% of clinical cases that are developed die as old powerpoint files. There hasn’t been an easy way to share them via an electronic platform. Deepu says that “our platform is journals—so last century!”

Therefore, he created Daily Rounds. Daily Rounds provides a personalized feed of cases tailored to your specialty. And they have gamified the process so you can challenge yourself and your friends, participate in a leader board or collect “Pearls” that you can turn into flash cards.

Watch the video to hear more about what Daily Rounds really does.

Also, check out the blog to learn more about Daily rounds and read the review of the Daily Rounds’ app here!

This video is under BY-ND creative commons.


  1. I am going to become a serougn lol I am about to begin my junior year in college (I have not taken the MCATS) I am just curious to why you said someone that is going to be a serougn should skip the first 2 videos. I want to maybe gain some experience or an internship do you have any suggestions sir? currently i might try to work as an EMT , not sure if that would help me in medical school. what do you think? Thank you im a guy on my sister’s youtube account lol.