Blog 2017-06-19T15:37:46+00:00
2202, 2017

Promising Healthcare Delivery Innovations: An Entrepreneur’s Take

As an entrepreneur in the healthcare industry, I’m always on the lookout for companies, products, and startups that seek to make health services efficient and affordable for patients. As I’ve written about before, healthcare is a complex industry; to succeed within its web of regulations [...]

1902, 2017

Healthcare’s Greatest Upcoming Challenge? Baby Boomers

74.9 million people are between the ages of 51 and 69 and they’re not getting younger, or healthier. Baby boomers — that is, people born between 1946 and 1964 (U.S. Census Bureau classification) — are once again poised on the brink of great challenge and [...]

1602, 2017

Solving Financial and Quality of Life Issues in Nursing Homes

What if the elderly didn’t need to worry that the last years of their life would be spent in a worn out, institutional nursing home, and could instead look forward to a comfortable space with quality medical care and a caring staff? That’s the question [...]

102, 2017

How to Achieve Cost Efficiency in Healthcare: An Innovator’s View

Under Donald Trump’s presidency, we will likely witness significant changes in healthcare reform. It’s more important than ever that insurers and healthcare organizations pay attention to cost efficiency, especially as healthcare costs continue to burden many Americans. While healthcare became more accessible to many under [...]

2701, 2017

Capitalizing on Change: A Healthcare Entrepreneur’s Perspective

With healthcare’s incredible pace of technological advancements confounded by an increasing onslaught of regulatory challenges, one essential element needed to survive is entrepreneurial innovation. The drastic changes in our political environment, which are more unpredictable than ever, have left venture capitalists salivating for new opportunities. As [...]

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