Perspectives and Insights
Here are five key digital health trends that we see continuing in 2021 and beyond—plus a snapshot of ten companies that are at the forefront of these changes.
Healthtech Entrepreneurs: The World Needs You. A Conversation between MDisrupt CEO Ruby Gadelrab and Nobel Peace Prize Winner Rebecca Richards
Rebecca Richards, shared in winning the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the World Food Program, where she is Chief of Peace and Conflict in the Program and Policy Division. I urge healthtech leaders to read this blog, and consider Rebecca’s suggestions for partnership.
Most healthtech companies say they want to be patient-centric, and for good reason. You can’t expect your products to be embraced by patients—or by providers—if you don’t understand patients’ needs and how your products fit into patient care.
Collaborations between healthtech startups and healthcare systems are being announced left and right these days. As you embark on the customer journey, you will undoubtedly be asked about the value your product or service adds and, most relevant to this conversation, whether there is a role for a pilot project in demonstrating the value you bring to a health system. Is a pilot just a hoop to jump through on the way to a sae—or can a pilot be a key tool in your mission to bring value to your customers?
Rock Health Summit 2020 | 5 Key Take-Aways | MDisrupt
The list of awesome female physician healthtech founders. At MDisrupt I spend a lot of my time talking to practicing...
Healthtech is defined as the application of technology to solve problems in healthcare—think wearables, apps,...
MDisrupt—building the gig economy for health industry experts. An interview with Ruby Gadelrab, CEO, MDisrupt
US medical device and molecular diagnostics (MDx) developers are often laser-focused on establishing and growing their...
As employers consider bringing their employees back to work, there is a critical need for guidance on COVID-19 testing. Companies are asking who should we test, when and how often should we test, what do we do with the results and, what kind of testing should we use?
The only constant in life is change. And nowhere is that more true than in your first year as a start-up. We created MDisrupt to help others avoid becoming the next Theranos, or uBiome – and to help divert healthtech companies away from criticisms of attempting to dupe consumers, skipping a few steps on the road to evidence generation, or taking the wrong regulatory path.
Confronting the unimaginable: Covid-19, a surmountable challenge Each day as I get up and go to work, I have to...