ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Healthcare Startup | Josh Liu | TEDxYouth@Toronto

ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Healthcare Startup | Josh Liu | TEDxYouth@Toronto

Here’s Great Tip: Healthcare Startup | Josh Liu | TEDxYouth@Toronto

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Dr. Joshua Liu shares his ideas on how to improve healthcare by capitalizing on the accelerating world of mobile technology, an approach that has catapulted his startup, SeamlessMD, to the forefront the healthcare tech revolution.

Dr. Joshua Liu is a physician turned entrepreneur who believes that the future of healthcare depends on the intersection of design, data and technology. He is currently the co-founder & CEO of SeamlessMD, a healthcare startup advancing patient care in surgery using mobile & web technology. During his medical training, Joshua co-led a project at the University Health Network’s Centre for Innovation in Complex Care on hospital readmissions. Joshua was named a Forbes 30 Under 30 in Healthcare in 2014 and previously a Canadian Top 20 Under 20.

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10 Replies to “ENTREPRENEUR BIZ TIPS: Healthcare Startup | Josh Liu | TEDxYouth@Toronto”

  1. That is an amazingly innovative idea. Of course, as a nurse specialist started working in the community, it was shocking to realise that despite the huge number of health care systems in the area..there is still a huge gap in the society with people suffering from limited access to expert care!! well done Dr Joshua and co-founders. Looking forward to hearing
    more from you…

  2. Starting a healthcare start-up from a scratch could be a daunting task. Marketing of healthcare services in a well planned manner is the key to establish one's name in the healthcare sector.

  3. How much money can we get back for all the years of payment for all health care? Serious, give us our files back any way, we paid for them. You are not a doctor that a different oath!

  4. great and simple idea! looking forward to broader and deeper adoption. one of the ways to get there is to partner with health insurers to incentivize provider adoption

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