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Venture capital continues to pour into startups looking to cash in on the mHealth explosion. From January to August of this year, 50 mobile health companies secured $310 million in VC money compared...
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New York-based health accelerator Blueprint Health graduated its third class of startups on Thursday. Check out five using technology to take on hospital infections, triage systems, doctor hygiene and more.
an interesting series of graduates of Blueprint Health ... take a look at the compelling #mHealth solution by #IntelligentM
There are many, many cool healthcare startup companies out there. A few of them make it big. Many don't. I admire the developers of these companies. They had an idea and they ran with it.
As a start-up mHealth firm, how do you swim with the sharks without getting eaten alive?
“Shark” investor Mark Cuban says start-ups need to understand that it’s not about having the killer idea. Success is much more about being completely prepared to take a product or service to market. “Everyone has ideas. Most don’t do the work required to get the job done.” says Cuban. It also requires more than doing the work. You must make sales. Cuban sums it up this way: ”No sales. No company.”
I originally wrote this blog as a way to get people thinking about consumer engagement and what it means for mhealth. It appeared on the mHIMSS website I hope you enjoy it.