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November 2012

Where The “Crazies” Are

By |November 16th, 2012|Entrepreneurship, ePatients, Funding, Projects, Startups|

(A guest post by Pat Mastors & edited by Jessica Mastors & Komal Garewal) Entrepreneurs in general are known to share five “C” traits: Commitment, Confidence, Creativity, Courage and Collaboration. But in medical entrepreneurship, the other “C” is for “Crazy”. There are so many disconnects, agendas, and bureaucracies in health care, you’d have to be [...]

September 2012

Prototype developed on MedStartr for Breast Cancer Survivors

By |September 3rd, 2012|Crowds that Care, Entrepreneurship, ePatients, Million Mothers, Uncategorized|

Prototype developed on MedStartr for Breast Cancer SurvivorsOne of the many projects that make us proud is the BraGGs bra for breast cancer survivors and previvors.  Women who have had mastectomies and reconstruction often can not find a bra that works well for them.  Two sisters had this problem and developed their own solution.  They [...]

August 2012

It Takes Two to Tango: How the JOBS Act & Crowdfunding Platforms like MedStartr will Transform Healthcare

By |August 21st, 2012|Crowdfunding, Entrepreneurship, Funding, Healthcare, Startups|

In April 2012, the Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS Act) was signed by the President of the United States into law. The JOBS Act designed to encourage IPOs, eases restrictions on private placements, permits crowdfunding and increases ownership thresholds before companies are required to publicly register. Certain provisions of the Act became effective immediately, but [...]