I began by identifying a need within the Caribbean's healthcare sector, and over time this idea evolved from just providing an electronic solution for doctors who care for disabilities and chronic illnesses to delivering a solution that doesn't replicate but improves on the workflow and usability issues that plague many electronic health records internationally. As a result, I won the Innovation Award at TIC Americas and was invited to London by the Duke of York as one of the most promising startups within the Commonwealth. These accolades are appreciable, but what I truly cherish is the doctors, nurses and other ambulatory care staff who support my work and are excited about MedRegis' direction — being able to impact a crucial sector, such as healthcare is exhilarating. The market is there (most doctors’ offices and clinics in the Caribbean use paper-based systems from check-in and to checkout) and the warning signals from international health tech endeavours are there (usability and workflow must take centre-stage as much as security). My agenda is not to create just another electronic health record but to utilise these examples and the market to develop the pioneering health tech startup in the region. As an Entrepreneurship World Cup Finalist, I intend to leverage this opportunity to assist in these goals.