During the day, Jaffly works as a junior doctor in Orange NSW. By night, Jaffly is busy exploring the world of medical technology and digital health. He's won two national hackathons, been a two-time pitch competition finalist, and has worked in Federal Parliament on mental health and rural health policy for a Senate Inquiry. He has interned at the World Health Organisation, worked with a number of health tech start-ups and accelerators, and recently returned from the MIT/Harvard Healthcare Innovation Bootcamp. Jaffly’s passion lies in better understanding how to use technology to bridge the divide between rural and urban healthcare outcomes. He is currently completing his Master of Public Health at the University of New South Wales as a Westpac Future Leaders Scholar. By joining the Australian Digital Health Agency as a clinical reference lead, Jaffly hopes to see a healthier Australia that leads the world in its digital health capabilities and strategy.