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The U.S. healthcare industry is in the midst of a rapid evolution to accommodate changing government legislation, market pressures and technological opportunities. The environment is ripe for disruption by innovative startups, but health tech founders face a number of unique obstacles on the road to success.
In this episode of Powderkeg: Igniting Startups, I sit down with health tech entrepreneurs Susan Bratton and Stryker Warren to learn more about these obstacles and how to surmount them. Bratton is a former Wall Street investment banker of 20 years and founder of Savor Health, a personalized nutrition solution for cancer patients. Warren, on the other hand, is a former founder and CEO of numerous healthcare companies, and he now primarily advises and invests in talented health tech founders like Bratton.
Thanks to their combined years of experience in healthcare, Bratton and Warren provide me an insider’s guide to overcoming operational and financial constraints and building high-growth health tech companies. In addition to this industry-specific knowledge, they also share insightful tips for assembling a team, conducting market research and planning for growth that can be utilized by founders in all industries.
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“You’re going to make a lot of mistakes, but do everything in your power to avoid as many mistakes as possible.” — @SusanBratton_1 on @PowderkegCo
“Don’t hold onto those sacred cows—that one thing that you want. Be flexible.” — @SusanBratton_1 on @PowderkegCo
“Good entrepreneurs listen, seek to understand, and are never satisfied with their market research.” — Stryker Warren
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