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Angel investors are wealthy individuals who are often former entrepreneurs.
Bootstrapping refers to sustaining a business through personal investment and without external help.
Intellectual property (IP) refers to creations of the mind. For a startup, IP likely refers to a particular product.
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.
The Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program encourages U.S.-based small businesses to engage in research and development.
Seed capital is the initial funding used by an entrepreneur to launch their startup.
Total addressable market, or TAM, refers to the universe of revenue opportunities for a product or service.
Venture capital is an important type of financing for early-stage healthcare entrepreneurs and high-growth startups.
Jake Halpert, CEO of Lucidity Health, agrees with the conventional wisdom that the team is the most important aspect of an early-stage business. But, he added, an entrepreneur shouldn't wait for the perfect team to start his company.
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