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What Happens At Dreamit?

What Happens At Dreamit?

We often get asked questions like... "What happens during a typical week at Dreamit?" "Is it worth it?" "What value can startups gain from joining the program?" In this post, we try to give an in-depth look at various aspects of the program.

Dreamit HealthTech Info Session with Steve Barsh

Dreamit HealthTech Info Session with Steve Barsh

Are you aware of the ways Dreamit can help startups grow and gain enterprise health customers? This webinar AMA ("ask me anything") is for startup founders to look under the hood of the Dreamit HealthTech accelerator program and to meet the team. 

Privacy in Digital Health: HIPAA & Beyond

Privacy in Digital Health: HIPAA & Beyond

Handling and manipulating patient information is critical for health tech startups, but, in dealing with patient medical information, known as protected health information (PHI), startups must be well-versed in how to remain compliant. In this webinar discussion, we will break down the various components of HIPAA, including the privacy rule, the security rule, and the breach notification rule. We will also discuss what HIPAA applies to, the consequences startups can face when health information is wrongfully disclosed, and other issues startups commonly face.

How to Find Better Healthcare Partners for Your Startup

How to Find Better Healthcare Partners for Your Startup

Partnerships usually entail a long term purchasing agreement. Goals tend to be mutually beneficial to both parties. And the parties in partnerships work toward a common purpose. For a successful partnership, it’s crucial that this technology complements the technology that is already in place at the larger organization and makes the product better because of it. 

How to Find and Work with The Best Startup Advisors

How to Find and Work with The Best Startup Advisors

Last week we hosted a panel about the importance of Advisory Boards for startups. Unlike a board of directors, an advisory board is much more informal and commonly utilized on an ad hoc basis by founders when they need help. Advisors make critical introductions, provide essential tactical advice regarding business strategy, fill in knowledge gaps, and signal to the market that your startup is worth engaging with.

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