Each week on The Entrepreneur’s Doctor, together with my guests, we help Entrepreneurs (and Intrapreneurs) create a healthier, happier world through their ventures.
This week, my guest highlights how health startups & scaleups can best serve patients. Roi Shternin is a Patient-In-Residence at Israel’s renowned Sheba Medical Center & the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute in Austria. He is founder at The Patient School & several health startups and NGOs. Roi is an international keynote speaker, media personality, and author of an upcoming book about the patient mindset — a must read for patients and doctors alike.
Most startups & businesses sadly fail, and I don’t want that to be you. As a public health doctor, I launched The Entrepreneur’s Doctor to help changemakers who are looking to solve problems, add value to the health sector across the world, and help people live healthier, happier lives.
After speaking with and learning from Entrepreneurs, I created a short checklist that will help fast-track your health startup journey. It comes with free access to the 7-Day Startup Therapy Launchpad, as well as the Startup Therapy Accelerator, the world’s first accelerator to democratise health entrepreneurship. I’ve essentially distilled 20+ years of international experience into this prescription for what I like to call Startup Therapy.
The first thing you must do is to validate your idea to assess problem-solution fit & product-market fit (just don’t forget venture-entrepreneur fit!). How would you like to start somewhere safe and fun? Come and ask your questions in my free weekly office hours for Health Entrepreneurs. Bounce ideas in a sandpit, gaining feedback from me and potentially other changemakers on the call.
However, if our journey together ends here, I’ll leave a few thoughts for Entrepreneurs and fellow changemakers:
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