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Elizabeth Clayborne shares her journey as a black female entrepreneur developing NasaClip, a device that stops nosebleeds quickly and effectively, touching on funding, work-life balance, and the pandemic.
David H. Berger talks about how networking got him to be CEO of University Hospital Downstate and discusses subjects like physician leadership, digital health, and burnout.
Emilio Galan started Robin Healthcare, a company that makes smart devices that use AI to record patient visits and allow the doctor to focus on care.
Stacy Blain started Concarlo, where they are developing new medications that use p27 to bring cancer patients a treatment that is less toxic and seeks to avoid mutations and drug resistance.
Dr. Orrin Aillioni-Charas, Founder and Managing Director at Cura Capital, talks about his entrepreneurial journey and provides advice to those doctors who might have a calling to do something of their own in the business world.
Steven Charlap talks about SOAP and its Perfect Medical Interviewer, a conversational AI-powered digital human with no cognitive bias that interviews patients in order to get accurate diagnosis suggestions for human doctors.
David Albert, serial entrepreneur, innovator, and physician shares his journey in inventing medical health solutions, advice on entrepreneurship, and his life in the healthcare industry.
Andrew Le, CEO and cofounder of Buoy Health, discusses his entrepreneurial path, understanding the healthcare business, and shares his type of entrepreneur profile.
Katrina Firlik, a neurosurgeon turned entrepreneur reflects on her path with her startup company, her past medical practice, and the pros and cons of being a physician entrepreneur.
One of the nation’s leading medical entrepreneurs, John Shufeldt is an emergency physician, author, serial student, pilot, and multidisciplinary entrepreneur, who has founded and operated several multi-million-dollar businesses. Throughout his career, John has defined, redefined, and refined the delivery of care and is now dedicated to helping physicians transitioning into entrepreneurship do the same.
“Without raising the bar or pushing the envelope, you’ll likely never fail at much and thus never get to really make lasting contributions. Remember, it’s the ability to take risks, to have your ego bruised, to get up, dust yourself off and press on, which changes the world.”
— John Shufeldt, MD
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