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.
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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.
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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.
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