MDisrupt Press Releases
MDisrupt Launches Educational Webinar Series for Digital Health Innovators
“A Healthy Disruption” will feature digital health and health care industry experts talking about innovation in telemedicine, population health, value-based care, regulatory compliance and more.
MDisrupt Opens up 'Expert Gig Economy' for Science and Health Industry Professionals
The premier health-tech medical diligence consultancy is pioneering a new service to match a wide range of health industry specialists with health-tech companies seeking to build clinically and commercially viable health products
Offering also provides new alternative for professionals who may have been impacted by COVID-19
Healthcare Industry Veterans Launch MDisrupt First-of-Its-Kind Medical Diligence Company to Bring Scientific Rigor to Silicon Valley
“Before making a sizable investment, it’s not uncommon for investors to conduct legal diligence, financial diligence and technical diligence in a healthtech startup. They rarely do the detailed medical diligence, and we believe that for a health product this should be a routine part of the diligence process,” says Chief Executive Officer and co-founder Ruby Gadelrab. “MDisrupt helps healthtech startups and their investors spot avoidable and costly mistakes early on, and get potentially impactful products to patients faster and more responsibly.”
MDisrupt in the News
The Clubhouse app: What is the allure of the invite-only social media network?
Welcome to the a voice-only app where users chat and debate on topics ranging from politics, business, tech, professional networking, sports, music, religion, and, business opportunities for digital health innovators.
How digital health startups can get the most out of Clubhouse
The San Francisco-based social media platform is being increasingly used by the startup community to connect founders with top-tier investors. Veteran health care executive Ruby Gadelrab, CEO of MDisrupt, shares the one thing you must never do on the app however.
New startup aims to help investors avoid debacles through medical diligence
Two executives have launched a new Silicon Valley firm, MDisrupt, designed to assess the medical claims made by health tech startups to help investors to separate the wheat from chaff and guide startups seeking to commercialize products.
MDisrupt Founders on the State of the Health-Tech Industry, Avoiding Another Theranos
Launched just about a month ago, the health-tech consulting venture bills itself as as the world’s first “medical diligence company.” A seasoned executive in the health-tech sector, Gadelrab brings the business chops to complement Hagenkord’s experience as a pathologist and chief medical officer at multiple firms. Together, they claim decades of experience in the field, where they’ve witnessed one aspiring health-tech startup after another crash and burn.
MDisrupt sets out to help healthtech investors avoid the next Theranos
MDisrupt’s central objective is to bridge the gap between the tech and medical worlds. In Silicon Valley a lot of smart technologists try to take on the inefficiencies of the health-care system without understanding the complexities of compliance, regulation and health safety. They have a preference for the Mark Zuckerberg approach of “move fast and break things,” while failing to realize that the most important doctrine in medicine is “first do no harm.”
Startup MDisrupt could help healthcare execs avoid the next Theranos
Only 22 mHealth apps have had their effectiveness evaluated in the last decade, despite hundreds of thousands being available for download. This puts payers and providers in a balancing act as they try to meet member demands for more convenient digital health solutions, while ensuring the companies they partner with deliver improved clinical outcomes.
MDisrupt Helps Investors Navigate Medtech
Catherine Longworth previews her feature on MDisrupt, a new company that touts itself as the world’s first medical diligence company for the healthcare industry.