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December 2015

MedStartr Momentum 2015 Results

By |December 4th, 2015|Awards and Honors, Entrepreneurship, Events, Funding, Innovation, Innovator Physicians, Pharma, Press, Projects, Startups|

Four winners selected and over 12.5 Million impressions for MedMo15

10 Rules for Driving Innovation in Healthcare – Rule # 7 – Pitch Listen Fix Pitch repeat

By |December 2nd, 2015|Entrepreneurship, Get Funded, Open Innovation, Presentations, Startups|

    Rule # 7 –  Pitch Listen Fix Pitch Repeat We recommend to all our acceleration clients to pitch early and pitch often.  I don’t just mean at events like MedStartr Momentum but to everyone.  I mean if you can sell your mother-in-law then you can sell anyone and make no mistake, sales are [...]

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 [...]

Healthcare Innovation Rule # 9: Do One Thing Well

By |November 23rd, 2015|Crowds that Care, Entrepreneurship, How To, Startups|

In preparation for our first full day event, Momentum 2015 we are writing out our ten secrets to Healthcare Innovation Success. To Summarize where we are so far: Rule # 10: "Be in the right Place" Rule #9:  "Do One Thing Well" by Anthony Manson After sitting in on 100's of pitches in the past [...]

October 2014

Badass Billionaire Addict

By |October 31st, 2014|Challenges, Corporate Innovation, Crowdfunding, Crowds that Care, Entrepreneurship, Healthcare, Innovation, Open Innovation, Projects, Startups|

While I was walking across Manhattan this morning I was thinking about potential Halloween costumes for tonight and being a former scientist that left a promising career under, let's just say non-ideal, circumstances, Walter White came to mind. He was a character I identified with, not in an amoral Crystal Meth lab maker kind of [...]