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November 2016

What is #TrumpCare?

By |November 24th, 2016|Entrepreneurship, Government, Healthcare & Social Media, HHS, Innovation, Insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, Politics, Regulation|

We all have concerns about what the new administration will do to our healthcare system which has been changing so rapidly for the last six years.  Will the train be derailed or is a switch coming?  Will Trump and the Republicans do as they have promised so many times and repeal and replace Obamacare, including [...]

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

November 2015

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 [...]

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 [...]

January 2013

Why Are Patients and Social Media Especially Important In Healthcare?

By |January 2nd, 2013|ePatients, Events, Healthcare & Social Media, Innovator Physicians|

(A guest post by Denise Silber & Michael Seres, editing by Komal Garewal & Courtney Berkholtz) Social Media is contributing to the improvement of care in ways that were previously unexplored, by bringing together the numerous and geographically diverse stakeholders involved in healthcare. Social Media is bringing patients with similar issues together for mutual support. [...]