Big Problems, Even Bigger Opportunity: What Has to be Done About Post-Acute Care


Perhaps no sector of healthcare is more rife with challenges and opportunities than long- term, post-acute care. The common denominator that one finds when examining the post-acute care landscape is inefficiency. Everywhere you look, things are being done like it’s the 1990s. Phone-tag with patients, faxes to suppliers, manual data entry… how much time and money, and how many positive outcomes for patients are drowning in this archaic system?

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An Interview With David Gelbard, Founder & CEO of Parachute Health


David Gelbard is the Founder and CEO of Parachute Health, a New York City based healthcare technology company aiming to digitize the post-acute durable medical equipment (DME) space. They recently raised a fresh round of funding, led by Insight Venture Partners, and we sat down with David to talk about his efforts to drag healthcare kicking and screaming into the 21st Century.

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Designing The Candidate Experience: An Exercise in Brand Stewardship


Walk into any Apple Store on the planet, and you’ll receive an immersive customer experience. The sleek layout, meticulous design, and seamless end-to-end experience all serve to generate positive associations in the minds of customers. The end result is that even if you don’t buy anything on a trip to the Apple Store, you end up leaving with a distinct, lasting impression of the Apple brand.

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Primary Care: Rebuilding the Gateway to Our Healthcare System


The healthcare ecosystem has been experiencing a seismic shift. From companies like Boulder Care who are facilitating innovative treatment strategies for those affected by the opioid crisis, to startups like Robin Care who are changing the face of cancer patient advocacy, it seems that every healthcare institution is being transformed by "disruptive innovation."

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