India’s version of ZocDoc raises $1.2M — just as ZocDoc looks to hire a GM for India August 18, 2014 11:15 am by Harrison Weber Online doctor directory and booking service Lybrate today announced a $1.23 million raise in a public filing with the SEC. Founded in 2013, Lybrate sits among a growing number of international book-a-doctor startups, including France-based KelDoc, Eastern Europe’s DocPlanner, and the UK’s Zesty. Back in the … Continue reading INVESTMENT NEWS: Online doctor directory and booking service Lybrate today announced a $1.23 million raise in a public filing with the SEC.
SAVE THE DATE Friday, September 26th (afternoon) through Saturday, September 27th (morning) DIRECT PRIMARY CARE (DPC) WORKSHOP FOR MAINE PHYSICIANS at the Maine Medical Association 30 Association Drive, Manchester, ME Come and learn about Direct Primary Care – What is it? Why are over 500,000 patients nationwide now in DPC arrangements? How does DPC work for the uninsured? people in Medicare? orin High Deductible plans? … Continue reading Maine Medical Association Holding Direct Primary Care Workshop for Maine Physicians
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By DAVID SHAYWITZ, MD SEPTEMBER 2, 2014 – To appreciate the potential impact of the startup movement on health and medicine, you really need look no further than Drs. Rushika Fernandopulle and Farzad Mostashari (disclosure: I was colleagues with both at college and later at MGH). Both are passionate about transforming healthcare – Fernandopulle has an M.D. and a public policy degree from Harvard, and … Continue reading SHAYWITZ, MD: Why Physicians Are Turning to Startups