Welcome back to Entrepreneur Rx! In this episode, John Shufeldt is honored to host Jamie Colbert, Senior Vice President of Care Delivery at Memora Health. Memora seeks to deliver better guidance and connectivity to patients through technology automating manual tasks and allowing providers to focus on patient journeys. Jamie recalls the career path he took as an entrepreneur with Memora Health, and how his passion for supporting and guiding patients that are not in the clinic led him to take risks. Fortunately, his endeavors were successful as Memora Health is able to provide more longitudinal care effectively through an easy, engaging, text-based platform that uses AI and natural language processing. Join this episode to listen to Jamie’s risky but rewarding journey and how Memora Health is helping patients in need!
Welcome again to Entrepreneur Rx! In this episode, John Shufeldt is honored to host Uli Chettipally, an emergency physician, researcher, innovator, and author, founder of InnovatorMD and Sirica Therapeutics. Uli walks us through his career and the different entrepreneurial ventures he’s had over the years in the healthcare technology space. Most prominently, he talks about his work at Kaiser Permanent, his current startup Sirica Therapeutics, and the work done by the InnovatorMD community. He explains how Sirica Therapeutics comes from being inspired by his daughter, who has autism, to create an engaging physical device enhanced with virtual reality to provide task-oriented therapy for people with all kinds of degenerative developmental or acquired disorders of the brain. Uli also explains how InnovatorMD is a community that seeks to help physicians share their ideas with the world and get resources, through different options available, to take them to market. Join this episode to learn how Uli Chettpally caught the entrepreneurship bug and where that took him!
Welcome to yet a new edition of Entrepreneur Rx! In this episode, John Shufeldt is honored to host Mary O’Connor, co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of Vori Health, a virtual musculoskeletal company led by physicians whose mission is to guide humanity to a better and healthier life. Mary talks about her journey as an entrepreneur and physician, how her whole life has been themed-centered, and the challenges she has faced trying to decrease inequities in healthcare. She also reflects on her years at Mayo Clinic and at Yale, how mentors and colleagues were essential for her success, how the process of Vori Health came to be, and how they are changing the system to give non-surgical care to people. Join this episode full of insights into the healthcare system and how it functions!
Welcome to another episode of Entrepreneur Rx, in which John Shufeldt has the privilege of interviewing Dr. Michael Abramoff, Founder and Executive Chairman of Digital Diagnostics, the first AI diagnostics company to receive the FDA authorization for autonomous AI in the nation. Michael reflects on his journey as an MD as well as the applications AI has had in patient outcomes and in research. He also shares how autonomous AI is helping patients get preventative care for diseased that may not have a cure down the road. With 20 patents under his belt, Michael also talks about his process of patenting AI and how groundbreaking that was. Tune in and join this conversation full of advice around.
In this episode of Entrepreneur Rx, John has a delightful conversation with a friend, the CEO of MeMD, and entrepreneur Bill Goodwin. MeMD is a company that provides high-quality, convenient, and affordable healthcare on-demand, and was recently acquired by Walmart Health. Even though Bill is not a physician, he is an incredible entrepreneur that has the power of scaling any business he touches. He goes over his eclectic background in businesses all his way to MeMD, his thoughts on company culture and the self-determination theory, how he approaches new companies, and lessons from his entrepreneurial journey. This episode is a complete treat if you’re working in a startup environment or beginning your own entrepreneurial endeavors. Tune in!
Welcome to another edition of Entrepreneur Rx, where John Shufeldt has the honor of speaking with Dr. Gregory Charlop, a philanthropist, wellness expert, author, father, and co-founder of Women’s Sports Forum, and founder of Retired Athlete Health. Gregory reflects on how he chose his preferred field of medicine that could give him time to attend to his entrepreneurship desires. He also shares what he’s learned from his journey as an entrepreneur, the challenges he’s faced with his practice, the business model, and working in a sector dedicated to women. Join this episode; we know that some of Greg’s experiences will be useful to you.
In this episode of Entrepreneur Rx, John has the privilege of chatting with Dr. Keith Matheny, a medical entrepreneur, CEO and Founder of US ENT Partners, Founder and Chairman of the Board of Septum Solutions, Otolaryngologist, and Head & Neck Surgeon. US ENT Partners is a consulting company that works to improve practice operations, elevate patient care and engage as an industry-leading partner in the field of otolaryngology. Keith shares what ignited his entrepreneurial passion within medicine, his journey as a serial entrepreneur, and his several companies. He also shares how he got introduced to the technology and device development world within the medical industry. Tune in to listen to Keith’s over-the-top experience in our business.
In this episode of Entrepreneur Rx, John has the honor of talking to Dr Priyanka Mathur, CEO & Founder at MediPocket. MediPocket is an online platform that increases accessibility to healthcare through artificial intelligence and connecting patients to top specialists and top hospitals in the US. Priyanka shares her experience working in three different healthcare systems in three countries: Russia, India, and the United States, and how increasing access to healthcare became her life-long passion and mission. She also reflects on her personal and entrepreneurial journey, and how changes make resilient professionals. Tune in to this episode and wonder about Priyanka’s incredible experience!
In this episode of Entrepreneur Rx, John interviews Laurence Girard, the CEO & Founder of Fruit Street Health and serial entrepreneur. Fruit Steet Health is a telemedicine company that deploys a CDC diabetes prevention program around the nation. Laurence reflects on how Street Fruit grew during the 2020 isolation and quarantine periods and how they repurposed COVID.MD, another attempt at entrepreneurship, and their talent towards the first company. Culture, talent, and balance are key things Laurence mentions are critical to every startup company. Tune in to listen to Laurence’s journey in growing businesses and his advice for newbies and old entrepreneurs!
In this episode of Entrepreneur Rx, John has the amazing chance of talking to Dr. Alexander Young, an incredible surgeon, and entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Virti. Virti is a company whose mission is to improve human performance by making experiential training affordable and accessible to everyone on the planet. Dr. Young shares how his love for gaming led him to code, his curiosity to learn more was propelled by his family background, and his taking risks to change careers. The leap of faith he took when leaving medicine is one of the best decisions Alexander has ever made, and his company, Virti, has scaled so much in 3 years. Tune in to listen to his experience!