Question & Answer – Anatomy of the Beast

Ethan Prater, Brad Weinberg, Joe DeLuca and John Mattison critique the idea of a health care “villain,” consequences of fee for service care, our approach in changing and improving the health care system and more questions on our current system of health care delivery, cost and care.

Blueprint Health – Anatomy of the Beast

Brad Weinberg of Blueprint Health outlines what makes an attractive health technology company in the eyes of potential investors and how new companies can improve their marketability.

The New Bankroll: Novel Mechanisms to fund a Health 2.0 Startup – Full Session

A Health 2.0 startup today has more options than ever when considering how to go about obtaining funding. There are health care crowd-funding sites, incubators, VCs and more! We’re bringing together speakers and demos from the various funding models to discuss the unique offerings of each. When is a good time to get involved? What are the advantages with crowd-funding vs. the standard financing route?

Incubators

Over the past few years, a number of incubators have burst onto the health care scene. It’s not always easy to begin the next start-up, and these programs offer the mentorship and funding needed in health IT today.  The influx in these programs has contributed to a shift in the traditional venture capital model. During this session, we talked with leaders of some of the biggest health care incubators out there about this new and exciting landscape in Health 2.0.

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Question & Answer – Anatomy of the Beast

Ethan Prater, Brad Weinberg, Joe DeLuca and John Mattison critique the idea of a health care “villain,” consequences of fee for service care, our approach in changing and improving the health care system and more questions on our current system of health care delivery, cost and care.

Blueprint Health-Weinberg

Blueprint Health – Anatomy of the Beast

Brad Weinberg of Blueprint Health outlines what makes an attractive health technology company in the eyes of potential investors and how new companies can improve their marketability.

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The New Bankroll: Novel Mechanisms to fund a Health 2.0 Startup & ...

A Health 2.0 startup today has more options than ever when considering how to go about obtaining funding. There are health care crowd-funding sites, incubators, VCs and more! We’re bringing together speakers and demos from the various funding models to discuss the unique offerings of each. When is a good time to get involved? What are the advantages with crowd-funding vs. the standard financing route?

incubators

Incubators

Over the past few years, a number of incubators have burst onto the health care scene. It’s not always easy to begin the next start-up, and these programs offer the mentorship and funding needed in health IT today.  The influx in these programs has contributed to a shift in the traditional venture capital model. During this session, we talked with leaders of some of the biggest health care incubators out there about this new and exciting landscape in Health 2.0.