Inventing Health

Dying with Dignity

The last week has been incredibly difficult as I had to say goodbye to my beloved friend and companion, my German Shepard, Lola. Like for many of us dog owners, Lola was more than a pet, she was a faithful …

Not Your Grandma’s Health Care

The health care landscape is quickly and dramatically changing. In my last post–the first of my three-part series on consumerism–we talked about this change and how critical it will be to design a consumer facing health care strategy in the …

Give the People What They Want

I recently read a fascinating article in the Wall Street Journal on the changing model of hospitals and the new ways in which they are beginning to deliver care. As the author, Laura Landro, explains “the sprawling institutions we know …

Health Care with the Click of a Mouse

The recent decision by the FCC to repeal net neutrality got me thinking about the increasing dependence of health care on technology and, more specifically, the internet. While there are a wide range of opinions regarding whether regulation of the …

Podcast 007: Dr. Robert Biscup — Regenerative Medicine

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Robert Biscup, a board-certified orthopedic surgeon who has practiced for over 25 years. He is a pioneer in major reconstructive, previously failed, and minimally invasive spine surgeries. He is a …

Podcast 006: Dr. Matteo Rosselli — Anti-aging Therapies

Dr. Matteo Rosselli is the Medical Director of Anesthesiology at Jupiter Medical Center, and a board-certified Anesthesiologist. He is the principle physician at Revitalogy, a private practice that provides innovative treatments to slow the ageing process, and is board-certified in …