How Health Technology Entrepreneurs and Innovators are Streamlining Death!

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Start-Ups for the End of Life

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Technology has changed the way we grieve, but it’s also starting to make a difference to the way we deal with death’s logistics, too.

The New York Times reports that startups—often run by millennials, it drily notes—are increasingly creating digital tools that help people plan for their demise.

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Though for those determined not to admit defeat, cryogenics is still an option:

KrioRus, the only company outside of the U.S. prepared to put your head on ice after you die, will do so for a modest $12,000. It still doesn’t know what to do further down the line, though.

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Bill Hennessey, M.D.

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As a teacher educating is your job. It’s what you enjoy. There’s a fairly lax time schedule and resources are already built in the equation. Little accountability because the ultimate burden and measure of success is placed on the student to pass a test. If they don’t do well, it’s the student not directly the teacher who pays the price.

Now, I work with first year students who don’t know what a red blood cell looks like (biconcave disc, you thought I forgot, didn’t you) all the way to a chief resident who can probably do some surgeries better than me. It’s my job to take that first year student and turn them into a chief resident.

As an entrepreneur with limited resources, time, and energy, you don’t have the luxury to continuously teach, develop, and convince. You need people who simply get it especially in strategic positions. You don’t have the luxury of time or resources. You also are directly accountable if they don’t understand because you have a burn rate that probably just got worse. So how much “oxygen” do you allocate when trying to build your team?

Different story for Apple, Boeing and others that can create academies and educational tracks to teach and develop internally.

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