PODCAST: Health Tech Faves & Investment Trends from Entrepreneurs


Health tech investment raced ahead in 2020. Join innovation insiders for a discussion on new health technologies, health-care’s digital transformation timeline, and what to expect for mid- to long-term health tech investment.

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PODCAST: https://www.healthsharetv.com/content/golive-webinar-health-tech-faves-investment-trends-innovation-insiders

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BUSINESS PLAN CONSTRUCTION: For Health Industry Modernity


By Dr. David Edward Marcinko MBA MEd CMP®

I was asked by business schools and medical colleagues – and their bankers, CPAs and advisors – to speak about this topic several times last year before the pandemic.

Now, with the specter of M-4-A etc; it certainly is a vital concern to all young entrepreneurs, doctors & medical professionals whether live, audio recorded or in podcast form. And so, here is a written transcript of a recent presentation for your review.

Now, with the specter of tele-health, tele-medicine, M-4-A etc; it certainly is a vital concern to all young doctors & medical professionals whether live, audio recorded or in podcast form. And so, here is a written transcript of a recent presentation for your review.


New Product Business Plan Sample [2021 Updated] | OGScapital


READ: https://healthcarefinancials.files.wordpress.com/2017/08/mba-business-plan-capstone-outline.pdf


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“MINNOVATION” for Physician Entrepreneurs

And … Disruptive Healthcare Innovators

[By Dr. David E. Marcinko MBA]

We all seem to be fascinated by our endless capacity to invent new words, and Yes, I am a non-clinical healthcare linguist.

LINK: https://www.amazon.com/Dictionary-Health-Information-Technology-Security/dp/0826149952/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1254413315&sr=1-5

So, the word “minnovation” caught my eye a few days ago while browsing old articles from Harvard Business Review.

LINK: https://hbr.org/2019/08/before-you-start-a-business-decide-what-success-looks-like




The “Next Big Thing”

According to one colleague, Philippa Kennealy MD MPH, her take on this article is that for most of us, the notion of coming up with “The Next Big Thing” is simply over whelming. So, rather than pursuing an enticing but unreachable entrepreneurial path, we give up, despairing of ever being able to break out of our ruts.


For example, we imagine that the only way to get away from a traditional insurance-based practice is to go all out for a full-blown high-fee concierge practice.

  • OR, we feel compelled to invent, develop and successfully market the next Medical Device of the Year.
  • OR, maybe the pressure of needing to reinvent healthcare delivery entirely, in this rapidly changing world, is keeping us awake at night. So, we procrastinate, plagued by our perfectionism!

However, here is the excuse you can no longer avoid:

In reality, the vast majority of real-life entrepreneurs around the world aren’t innovators. They’re minnovators — mixing small parts of novelty and creativity with huge helpings of flexibility scrappiness and a generous portion of hard-driving execution.

Outing the Rut

So, if you yearn to break out of your traditional-but-tiresome medical practice, or merely exercise your emerging entrepreneurial physician muscle, here are a few ways to think about your next move:

  • what business or practice process can you tweak, or radically redesign?
  • what new spin can you put on the valuable information or education you provide?
  • what obstacles do your patients face regularly that they would love to surmount?
  • what product would work a whole lot better with a minor (or even major) adaptation?
  • what leadership and creativity could you provide to a team or group that is already executing an idea, and doing it poorly, or not well?


How can you become a scrappy, bootstrapping, quick-to-adapt physician “minnovator”?




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“Business of Medical Practice 2.0” https://tinyurl.com/yb3x6wr8


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PODCAST: Healthcare Machine Learning Can Self Create / Improve Algorithms?

Machine Learning is a Subset of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Where Computer Software Can Create and Improve on Algorithms on Its Own.

Machine Learning for Population Health

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By Eric Bricker MD

Healthcare Machine Learning Company ClosedLoop.ai is One of the Best at Applying Machine Learning to Population Health Data.

ClosedLoop.ai is So Good, They Won the CMS AI Challenge … Beating Out 300 Other Organizations Including IBM, the Mayo Clinic and Deloitte.

The Promise of Machine Learning in Population Health is to Better Predict Which People Will Benefit From an Intervention Because They Are at Greater Risk of a Complication of a Disease or an ER Visit or a Hospitalization.

ClosedLoop.ai Beautifully Applied Their Machine Learning Abilities to Create a Pandemic Risk Model That Helped a New York City Health Insurance Plan Identify Which Members Would Be Most Likely to Have Severe Complications of COVID-19.

As a Result, the Insurance Company Helped These Individuals Have Groceries and Prescription Medication Delivered to Them So They Could Stay at Home and Avoid Exposure to COVID.

There You Have It!  A Practical, Real-World Example of Machine Learning in Population Health That Literally Saved Some People’s Lives.

Disclaimer: Dr. Bricker is the Chief Medical Officer of Virtual Care Company First Stop Health.




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