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When I talk to life science and digital health entrepreneurs, their motivation to make an impact is clear. But the biggest hurdle they face – once they have a product or tool of value – is to get their innovation into the hands of doctors, patients, and other stakeholders.
The most frequent question I get asked from entrepreneurs is “Where can I find dollars”? Assuming that they have done the work, the best I can do to help is to share the stories of entrepreneurs that have recently succeeded in raising funds in today’s tough environment.
Access is especially tough for digital health entrepreneurs who are developing solutions for patients, physicians, and hospital networks.
People are the most important asset for any entrepreneur. In fact, more than 65 percent of startups fail due to founding team issues.
Design thinking can be helpful to an entrepreneur in all phases of development -- from ideation and business model validation to customer development and growth.
The diverse ecosystem of entrepreneurship is exciting. But it can also be overwhelming, given the many stakeholders an early-stage entrepreneur interacts with during the first few years alone.
Rachel Swardson started with the idea that newborn babies should not be the only ones who get fussed over upon delivery. Now, 14 hospital customers later, an in-hospital massage therapy service for postnatal women has expanded to a hospital wellness service across clinical areas and genders. Read about this entrepreneur's healthcare business plan will move forward.
Startup Weekend facilitates global entrepreneurship through 54-hour innovation sessions. Now it's turning its eye to creating new healthcare businesses and medical device startups.
For an entrepreneur, selling a small business can be a stressful time. Here's what to expect, including disapproval from others and seller's remorse.
Physician entrepreneur Dr. Jen Dyer talks about the similarities and differences between running a healthcare business and being an academic researcher.
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