I was quoted in this Crain’s NY article about AlleyCorp’s moves into health care investing.
It’s here! The second annual New York City Healthcare Venture Capital Report 2019, an in-depth analysis of the companies, investors and trends driving healthcare investment in New York.
I had the honor of presenting the Ellerin Achievement Award to former CMS Administrator Andy Slavitt ‘93.
As we come up on the 10 year anniversary of NYC Health Business Leaders, I recently talked to PM 360 about the origins and goals for founding the organization and some of our biggest successes.
I'm delighted to join the editorial board of PM360, The Essential Resource for Pharma Marketers.
MedCityNews covered our 2nd Quarter report about the NYC healthcare companies raising the most venture funding.
What an honor to be selected as one of PharmaVOICE's 100 most inspiring people driving innovation and change in healthcare. They wrote a really nice profile, too!
I was quoted a few days ago in this article and a number of people have asked why I think the choice of Atul Gawande to lead the new healthcare venture formed by Amazon, J.P. Morgan, and Berkshire Hathaway’s is so good.
A fan girl's dream come true. I appeared on Morning Edition on April 9th: Bill of the Month: A Tale of 2 CT Scanners - One Richer, One Poorer.
Announcing the release of the first-ever New York City Healthcare Venture Capital Report 2018 from NYC Health Business Leaders.
It was humbling to present Professor Porter with the Ellerin Alumni Achievement Award at the 18th Annual HBS Healthcare Annual Conference on November 10, 2017.
I am honored to join the Board of the Fund for Public Health in New York City.
This is an exciting opportunity to combine my passion for creating a healthcare ecosystem in New York with the leading academic institution that can make the vision a reality.
Hard to believe that it was 16 years ago that we got HBSHAA off the ground. It was a fun Sweet 16! I presented the Ellerin Alumni Achievement Award to Fred Hassan.
Sometimes things work out the way they should. This was one of those times.
As the co-founder, president and chief curator of content for NYC Health Business Leaders, I am often amazed by the level of insights our speakers provide. I'm proud that we attract such stars. Such was the case in early June when we held a fascinating panel discussion on the rise of retail healthcare. The standing-room-only crowd demonstrated the immense interest in this topic and the implications for healthcare delivery. Retail health encompasses a wide range of services – pharmacy-based health clinics, urgent care centers, on-demand telemedicine, direct-to-consumer lab testing. At the core, it’s about giving consumers more control over of how, where and when they receive services.
The pharmacist has long been the unsung hero in healthcare. That’s starting to change.
I was featured in the opening video of the NYC Digital Health Conference organized by NY eHealth Collaborative.
Here are six doctors I follow in social media, all of them practicing and all worthy of your attention.
I remember the first time I fired a doctor. It was 2003, and I was pregnant.