Daniel Warner is a serial entrepreneur, startup advisor and consultant with more than fifteen years of experience launching and scaling new ventures, including SnapSaves, which was acquired by Groupon in 2014.
He is currently the Founder and CEO of MyRemoteClinic a Toronto-based, remote care software and education company that empowers health and wellness providers to manage their own practice without the need for a brick-and-mortar location, enabling better access to patient care and improved outcomes. Daniel’s passion for health innovation followed a Crohn’s Disease diagnosis in 2015, at which point he decided to focus his energy on improving health care.
As an active member in the digital health community, Daniel is on the Premier’s Digital Health and Innovation Council and was a member of former-Health Minister Hoskin’s Digital Health Leadership Group. Daniel is an advisor on the #Tech4SickKids initiative, Sinai Health System’s IBD Cabinet and is the alumni chair for the Schulich School of Business’ Startup Program, where he graduated with an MBA in 2012.