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This book is a must-read guide for those entering the world of HealthTech startups. Author David Putrino, a veteran in the world o... Weiterlesen
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This book is a must-read guide for those entering the world of HealthTech startups. Author David Putrino, a veteran in the world of HealthTech and Telemedicine, details the roles, necessity, and values of key members of a typical HealthTech team, and helps readers understand the motivations and core priorities of all people involved. In ventures that typically depend upon effective communication between members from business, science, regulatory, and academic backgrounds, this book helps develop the core competencies that team members need to work harmoniously. Four detailed case studies are shared that exemplify the spectrum of HealthTech possibilities, including large corporations, tiny startups, elite athletes, and social good enterprises. Each case study shows how the success or failure of a project can hinge upon strong team dynamics,  a deep understanding of the target population's needs and a strong awareness of each team member's long-term goals. This book is essential reading for entrepreneurs, scientists, clinicians, marketing and sales professionals, and all those looking to create new and previously unimagined possibilities for improving the lives of people everywhere.



David is physical therapist with a PhD in Neuroscience. He worked as a clinician in Australia, before moving to the United States to study computational neuroscience at Harvard Medical School, MIT and NYU. He has served as a faculty member at Weill-Cornell Medicine and Burke Medical Research Institute. He is currently the Director of Rehabilitation Innovation for the Mt Sinai Health System, and an Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai. He works to develop innovative technology solutions for individuals in need of better healthcare accessibility. He consults with the Red Bull's High Performance division, using evidence-based technologies to study and improve athletic performance. In his spare time, he volunteers for Not Impossible Labs, a group that creates disruptive technological solutions for high-impact humanitarian problems. In addition to a number of academic publications, many of David's projects have been featured on ABC, Sport's Illustrated, the Wall Street Journal, the BBC, Time Magazine, Wired Magazine and the LA Times to name just a few. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and dog.

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David is physical therapist with a PhD in Neuroscience. He worked as a clinician in Australia, before moving to the United States to study computational neuroscience at Harvard Medical School, MIT and NYU. He has served as a faculty member at Weill-Cornell Medicine and Burke Medical Research Institute. He is currently the Director of Rehabilitation Innovation for the Mt Sinai Health System, and an Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mt Sinai. He works to develop innovative technology solutions for individuals in need of better healthcare accessibility. He consults with the Red Bull's High Performance division, using evidence-based technologies to study and improve athletic performance. In his spare time, he volunteers for Not Impossible Labs, a group that creates disruptive technological solutions for high-impact humanitarian problems. In addition to a number of academic publications, many of David's projects have been featured on ABC, Sport's Illustrated, the Wall Street Journal, the BBC, Time Magazine, Wired Magazine and the LA Times to name just a few. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and dog.

Klappentext

  • Documents the roles and career priorities of key members of a typical HealthTech team in order to improve understanding of each team member's role;
  • Discusses common pitfalls of HealthTech startups, including a detailed section on the regulatory processes surrounding healthcare;
  • Examines the complex relationship between technology, entrepreneurship, and academia that are interwoven in any HealthTech venture.

This book is a must-read guide for those entering the world of HealthTech startups. Author David Putrino, a veteran in the world of HealthTech and Telemedicine, details the roles, necessity, and values of key members of a typical HealthTech team, and helps readers understand the motivations and core priorities of all people involved. In ventures that typically depend upon effective communication between members from business, science, regulatory, and academic backgrounds, this book helps develop the core competencies that team members need to work harmoniously. Four detailed case studies are shared that exemplify the spectrum of HealthTech possibilities, including large corporations, tiny startups, elite athletes, and social good enterprises. Each case study shows how the success or failure of a project can hinge upon strong team dynamics, a deep understanding of the target population's needs and a strong awareness of each team member's long-term goals. This book is essential reading for entrepreneurs, scientists, clinicians, marketing and sales professionals, and all those looking to create new and previously unimagined possibilities for improving the lives of people everywhere.


Inhalt
Introduction.- Members of an eHealth Team.- The Entrepreneur: Role on an eHealth Team.- The Engineer: Role on an eHealth Team.- The Clinician: Role on an eHealth Team.- The Academic: Role on an eHealth Team.- Case Study 1: Building an eHealth Product with a Large Corporation: Panasonic.- Case Study 2: Working on eHealth Projects for Athletes: Red Bull High Performance.- Case Study 3: Working on eHealth Projects with a Small Business: MindMe.- Case Study 4: Working on eHealth Projects for Social Good: Not Impossible.- Conclusion.

Produktinformationen

Titel: Hacking Health
Untertitel: How to Make Money and Save Lives in the HealthTech World
Autor:
EAN: 9783319716190
ISBN: 978-3-319-71619-0
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Wasserzeichen
Format: E-Book (pdf)
Herausgeber: Springer
Genre: Sachbuch
Anzahl Seiten: 90
Veröffentlichung: 12.12.2017
Jahr: 2017
Untertitel: Englisch
Dateigrösse: 2.1 MB