ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: A Hippocratic Oath for health tech entrepreneurs: Stacie Vilendrer at TEDxStanford

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: A Hippocratic Oath for health tech entrepreneurs: Stacie Vilendrer at TEDxStanford

Here’s Great Tip: A Hippocratic Oath for health tech entrepreneurs: Stacie Vilendrer at TEDxStanford


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Stacie Vilendrer is an MD candidate at the Stanford School of Medicine and an MBA student at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, graduating in 2015. Vilendrer is committed to bringing primary care and preventive medicine to underserved patients close to home and abroad. She runs a free clinic for local communities and has trained medical workers in Tanzania and India. For her, experiences overseas and the challenges that face the U.S. health care system at home have highlighted the importance of preventing and managing chronic diseases. To alleviate this problem, Vilendrer is helping startup companies harness the power of digital and mobile technology to benefit patients.

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3 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: A Hippocratic Oath for health tech entrepreneurs: Stacie Vilendrer at TEDxStanford”

  1. Neuroprosthesis…"I'm fine", or disruption of the essence of health paranoia. Regular evaluation of constant recording of advanced physiosensors or utilization of physiomanipulation robotics. Development of artificial intelligence driven automation of such technologies, with redundant polysapiosentient oversight by variable persons while maintaining and developing progressive sociostandards and professional standards.

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