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November 2015

Healthcare Innovation Rule # 8: Passion is Not Enough

By |November 27th, 2015|Crowds that Care, Entrepreneurship, ePatients, Events, Open Innovation, Projects, Social Media, Startups|

Hello to our fellow Healthcare Innovation enthusiasts and professionals! Today we continue our series on 10 Rules for driving health innovation faster with another post in the lead up to our CyberMonday MedStartr Momemtum event. We know many of you have great ideas and great passion to help improve healthcare but we are here to tell [...]

August 2013

Trusted Patient Resources

By |August 25th, 2013|Crowds that Care, Crowdsourcing, ePatients, Healthcare & Social Media|

I always enjoy a good tweetchat and tonight I stopped by #HCSM while trying to avoid some spreadsheet stuff that was boring me.  As usual it was thought provoking which then lead to another interesting idea.  In this case, there was a call from several folks on the chat for a list of "Trusted Patient [...]

How to Reach Millions: The Crowds Care Challenge Case Study

By |August 25th, 2013|Challenges, Crowds that Care, ePatients, Funding, Get Funded, Healthcare & Social Media, Open Innovation, Press, Showcases, Startups, Stats, Use Social Media|

Here at MedStartr we have learned many things and love to share them as part of our MedStartr School with our clients and innovators everywhere.  One of the greatest techniques we have developed is our Activation | Awareness | Engagement methodology that we coach all our Startups and Corporate clients in.  Once you engage with [...]

June 2013

We need your help to reach 14 million Cancer Survivors

By |June 14th, 2013|Corporate Innovation, Crowdfunding, Crowds that Care, ePatients, Funding, Healthcare, Healthcare & Social Media, Manage Your Campaign, Projects, Use Social Media|

To make the best new apps for cancer care, we want to get feedback and insight from patients and doctors who want to give or get better cancer care. Makes sense right? Ask your customers what ideas and features they like best and you will get a better product. But how do we connect innovators [...]

April 2013

Crowds Cure Terrorism?

By |April 20th, 2013|Crowdfunding, Crowds that Care, ePatients, Healthcare, Healthcare & Social Media|

(Healthfoo was supposed to be this weekend, I believe this is what my Ignite Talk would have covered.) I am perpetually amazed by the power of crowds. In light of how the Boston Marathon Bombing played out, powered by mobile and private videography, reddit crowd-based analysis, and a man checking his backyard - all well [...]