Tag Archives: Longevity

#99: Advancing Oral Health With Teledentistry – Brant Herman, MouthWatch

Brant Herman, CEO and Founder of MouthWatch, talks about the company’s mission, what he has learned through the process of pivoting MouthWatch’s original business model and his vision of improving oral health care through teledentistry.

GUEST: Brant Herman, MouthWatch
HOST: Unity Stoakes, StartUp Health
LOCATION: StartUp Health Living Room, StartUp Health Village, New York, NY

The Mission of MouthWatch
Learning From the Pivot Process
TeleDent: Connecting Patients to Treatments Where They’re Needed

(Access the full transcript here: https://medium.com/p/549638e5d564)

#93: Powering the Future of Health – Hunter Howard, Hormone Therapeutics

Hunter Howard, Health Transformer and President of Hormone Therapeutics, talks about the company’s mission, what gets him excited about the future of healthcare and his healthcare predictions for consumers with access to new solutions like Hormone Therapeutics.

GUEST: Hunter Howard, Hormone Therapeutics
HOST: Unity Stoakes, StartUp Health
LOCATION: StartUp Health Studios, New York, NY

Hormone Therapeutics
Where the Future of Healthcare Is Heading
A Big Vision for Hormone Therapeutics

(Access the full transcript here: https://medium.com/p/d32f0bdaf2e0)

#90: Digital Technology Is Transforming the Way Athletes Train – Sky Christopherson, OAthlete

Sky Christopherson, Olympic cyclist & founder of OAthlete, discusses the mission of OAthlete, how digital technology is influencing the way athletes train and why data can be more powerful than drugs.

GUEST: Sky Christopherson, OAthlete
HOST: Unity Stoakes, StartUp Health
LOCATION: Wearable Tech + Digital Health Conference, New York, NY

How Digital Technology Is Influencing Athletic Training
Data. More Powerful Than Drugs
“Personal Gold”

(Access the full transcript here: https://medium.com/p/f7778edd07b2)

#85: Solutions for Behavior Change in Corporate Wellness – Chris Cutter, LifeDojo

Chris Cutter, founder and CEO of LifeDojo, discusses his reasons for building a behavioral health company, advice on breaking into the corporate wellness market, what’s next for LifeDojo and a personal behavior change tip to build healthy habits at the office or at home.

#75: Dr. Dean Ornish, Ornish Living & Christina Farr, Fast Company

Physician, author and founder of Preventive Medicine Research Institute, Dr. Dean Ornish, engages with journalist Christina Farr of Fast Company at the StartUp Health Festival for an educational dialogue around lifestyle medicine and promoting wellness. As Dr. Ornish says, “We have built a sickness care system rather than a health system.”

GUEST: Dean Ornish, MD, Ornish Living
HOST: Christina Farr, Fast Company
LOCATION: StartUp Health Festival, San Francisco, CA
Lifestyle Medicine
Why Doctors Don’t Discuss Nutrition
Sustaining Diet and Lifestyle Changes

Key takeaways from this episode of StartUp Health NOW can be found here: https://medium.com/p/c5056e774271

#74: Building Billion Dollar Businesses – DLA, GE, Arsenal, Cambia & Caremerge

At the StartUp Health Festival, panelists Ruchita Sinha of GE Ventures, Casey Silver of Arsenal Venture Partners, Matt Karls of Cambia Health Solutions, and Asif Khan of Caremerge, join host Jay Sullivan of DLA Piper to discuss the capital raising process and the challenges and benefits of bringing in diverse investors to create a billion dollar business.

PANELISTS: Ruchita Sinha, GE Ventures, Casey Silver, Arsenal Venture Partners, Matt Karls, Cambia Health Solutions, Asif Khan, Caremerge
HOST: Jay Sullivan, DLA Piper
LOCATION: StartUp Health Festival, San Francisco, CA

Bringing Different Investors to the Same Table
Advice to the Entrepreneur: How to Differentiate Yourself From the Crowd
Balancing the Fundraising Cycle With Running the Business

#72: The Power to Extend Life – Craig Venter, PhD, & Sue Siegel

Sue Siegel, CEO of GE Ventures, sits down with J. Craig Venter, PhD, one of the leading scientists of the 21st century, at the StartUp Health Festival to chat about the power of our “software of life,” the human genetic code.

Key takeaways from this episode of StartUp Health NOW can be found at: http://bit.ly/1SAoSWM

GUEST: J. Craig Venter, PhD, Human Longevity, Inc.
HOST: Sue Siegel, GE Ventures
LOCATION: StartUp Health Festival, San Francisco, CA

A Synopsis of Craig Venter + Human Longevity, Inc.
Genotypes and Phenotypes
Amassing the Data: A Digital Challenge

#67: The Evolution of an Entrepreneur – Jean Anne Booth, UnaliWear

Serial entrepreneur Jean Anne Booth explains why she founded UnaliWear and the difference in building this company versus her other companies. She also chats about the evolution of her entrepreneurial career and the value she sees in focus groups.

GUEST: Jean Anne Booth, UnaliWear
HOST: Steven Krein, StartUp Health
LOCATION: Cleveland Clinic 2015 Medical Innovations Summit, Cleveland, OH

Becoming an Entrepreneur
Founding UnaliWear + Building UnaliWear
The Value of Focus Groups

#45: The Next Generation Media Model – Derek Flanzraich, Greatist

“Like an artist works on art, a greatist works on being great.” – Derek Flanzraich, CEO & Founder of Greatist, discusses the next generation media model, the impact of brand + design and entrepreneurial confidence.

GUEST: Derek Flanzraich, Greatist
HOST: Steven Krein
LOCATION: WCG Offices – New York, NY

The Next Generation Media Model: A Commitment to Excellence
The Impact of Brand & Design
Entrepreneurial Confidence

#23: The Why That Makes an Entrepreneur – Sherwin Sheik, Carelinx

“Being an entrepreneur is not easy, unless you’re driven by something that is very strong and you have a lot of passion for it.” Sherwin Sheik, Founder & CEO of CareLinx, explores the personal inspiration behind creating his digital health startup.

More on CareLinx: http://www.startuphealth.com/c/465/CareLinx
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