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Private equity is investment capital in a startup that is not quoted on a public stock exchange.
Reimbursement refers to how healthcare providers, including healthcare entrepreneurs and startups, are paid for their product or service.
Venture capital is an important type of financing for early-stage healthcare entrepreneurs and high-growth startups.
Somnarus, a healthcare IT company that created a medical device for sleep apnea diagnostics, took a detour on the road to funding the business, said founder and CEO Maria A. Merchant.
One of the toughest challenges for healthcare entrepreneurs can be the roadblocks they face from their potential customers: healthcare providers. The SwipeSense team learned to expedite the process by finding a number of champions within a healthcare institution.
The goals of TalkSession -- to increase the accessibility of mental healthcare, improve patient outcomes, and lower costs while maintaining HIPAA compliance -- were difficult to achieve on a national level, said the startup's co-founder and CEO Melissa Thompson.
It's the classic catch-22 for a healthcare entrepreneur: Her company is small until she lands a big client, but she has trouble accessing a big client as a small company.
Healthcare accelerators and incubators are organizations that support healthcare entrepreneurs and their startups.
Dilutive capital is an investment that adds shares to your company, decreasing the amount other owners hold in the business.
Non-dilutive capital is money an entrepreneur receives that does not affect the ownership of the company.
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