Kat Jong, MD

Psychiatrist, Innovator, Leader

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Addiction | Physician | Psychiatry

Growth, change, and creativity have always been constants in my life. I am passionate about helping individuals and companies navigate our rapidly changing world. Before medicine, I studied German and fiction writing at Williams College, lived in Munich for a year, and worked as a program manager for resident and student education at the University of Washington before completing a postbaccalaureate program and attending medical school.

I have been involved with digital health since I was a medical student, working with companies such as Medstartr to organize and judge pitch contests and helping startups launch their projects. I have spoken at conferences such as the HITLAB summit in NYC and completed courses in digital health strategy and health data science through the Columbia business school. As a technical consultant I support healthcare companies with innovation, growth, due diligence, recruiting, systems design, workflows, and educational content.

As a Physician, I am an ABPN Board Certified in Psychiatry, and ABPM Board certified in Addiction Medicine. I built my business from the ground up at the beginning of the pandemic to maximize flexibility and adaptability by utilizing telemedicine. I see patients in my private practice and through residential, partial hospital, and intensive outpatient programs. Maintaining a clinical practice gives me perspective on the current pain points experienced by clinicians and patients within the current healthcare system, and helps me be an even stronger advocate for change.

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Finding creativity at the intersection of Psychiatry, Leadership, and Innovation.
Kat Jong, MD
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Finding creativity at the intersection of Psychiatry, Leadership, and Innovation.


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