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One small idea can become a multi-million dollar business #290

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One small idea can become a multi-million dollar business #290

June 13, 2022

One small idea can become a multi-million dollar business #290

A leading expert in medical entrepreneurship and healthcare venture capital, John Shufeldt, MD, sits down with Nii to discuss the twenty businesses he has started, their successes and failures, and how physicians can start and scale their own ventures.

Things to expect in this episode:

  • Tribal Health, is the best thing he’s done in healthcare
  • Shufeldt discusses the difference between staffing mission-driven people and those there for the paycheck
  • Shufeldt discusses the successes and failures of the many businesses he’s started and sold. 
  • The difference between bad execution and bad business ideas 
  • How much capital should one invest into their business, and how are venture capital connections made?

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