Blog 2017-06-19T15:37:46+00:00
704, 2017

6 Healthcare Innovation Accelerators to Know

While news stories in tech usually focus on amazing new consumer developments, the healthcare industry is undergoing its own renaissance. New methods of diagnosing and curing disease as well as a multitude of other medical services are coming at a more rapid pace thanks to [...]

2203, 2017

Why New York Beats Silicon Valley in Digital Healthcare Funding

New York City has recently overtaken Silicon Valley in 2016 startup funding for digital healthcare ventures, with $868 million in the pot. And just in the nick of time! This sector is poised to become more innovative than ever by virtue of necessity, as the [...]

903, 2017

In Spite of ACA Repeal, Healthcare Startups Will Flourish

Amidst the growing government debate about repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act (ACA), digital health startups are thriving. TechCrunch reports that venture capital money continues to pour into this sector. “Dollars are flowing into digital health at an unprecedented rate, with spending in the [...]

803, 2017

Joel Landau Celebrates Centenarians in Brooklyn Nursing Home

It’s more common than ever, thanks to modern healthcare, for people to live long, happy, healthy lives. Even so, 100 or more years of life is an impressive achievement. For three women at The Allure Group’s Crown Heights Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in Brooklyn, [...]

603, 2017

Why Online Pharmacy Startups Are on the Rise

The best businesses and startups come to fruition — and achieve success — when something in its industry isn’t quite working. When problems go unaddressed, opportunities for new, disruptive solutions emerge. In healthcare, the pitfalls of physical pharmacies have created a wide open space that [...]

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 [...]

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