15 Must Use Resources For Healthcare Founder

Building a healthcare platform?

Are you thinking about healthcare resources?  Many times our customers ask us: WHERE TO START? 

How about expanding your horizon with our curated list of healthcare articles. We have curated 15 useful healthcare reads which will help to guide how you can expand your venture using these useful healthcare resources- 

1. Healthcare: The Great Unlock

Healthcare is undergoing a massive transformation, but it’s happening so slowly that many people are still oblivious to how different the healthcare landscape will look by 2025. In this talk, Julie Yoo, partner at Andreessen Horowitz, discusses what those opportunities are; how the value chain is being rewired; the impact of new regulation; and how fundamental dislocation on both the supply and demand sides of the market upend the very manner by which processes and stakeholders are linked together.

Read the complete blog here.

2. Healthcare Data Security Checklist

Healthcare data breaches are expected to rise and any enterprise or organization should take steps towards healthcare data security. Now there is no rocket science behind securing your healthcare data, but one can follow some steps and actions to improve their data security and create a secure healthcare solution.

Fig. The rise in healthcare data breaches

In this article, we share a checklist to tackle data security issues in healthcare and create secure healthcare software.

3. How Software is Eating Care Delivery in Healthcare 

Future of care delivery

Fig. Future of care delivery

Healthcare can be a challenging industry for entrepreneurs to figure out. There are special regulations, difficult customers, and complex, clunky tools. But in spite of these challenges, there are also some unique opportunities. For one thing, there is a ton of money to be made in healthcare. If you can figure out how to provide value in this market, there is a significant opportunity.

Explore the opportunities here.


4. An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How You Can Take It Back

Fig. An American Sickness

The book covers the advantages and disadvantages of the American Health Care Act, what people can do to get the most out of it, and what people should consider when debating the act. It also covers the standing of Obamacare, and who benefits from it. This book has received positive reviews from both reviewers and readers alike.

Must read book that does a great job pointing out the various players and the conflicting interests between them

5. The Healing of America: A Global Quest for Better, Cheaper, and Fairer Health Care

Fig. The Healing of America

Bearing with his talent of explaining complex issues in a clear, engaging way, New York Times bestselling author T. R. Reid visits industrialized democracies around the world–France, Britain, Germany, Japan, and beyond–to provide a revealing tour of successful affordable universal health care systems. Now updated with new statistics and a plain-English explanation of the 2010 healthcare reform bill The Healing of America is required reading for all those hoping to understand the state of health care in our country as well as many other nations around the world!

R. Reid’s latest book The Healing of America is available on Amazon.

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6. Investing in digital health: Our checklist for early-stage tech startups

One of the hardest challenges of launching a digital health startup is raising capital. For any new startup, it is a challenge to sell an idea to investors or to secure funding. The process of raising capital is long and takes a fair amount of effort. It is essential for a founder to understand this process and be prepared to face it. This blog will help you understand the entire process of raising capital and help you manage it.

Let’s explore the Healthcare checklist for fundraising here.


7. Moving digital health forward: Lessons on business building


When you build a digital health business, you need to develop and implement a strategic and tactical plan that will be effective in the market you intend to serve. There are several factors that contribute to business success and these factors may be different from one business to another. The samples in this blog illustrate different business models and strategic and tactical elements that contributed to their success.

Read here the complete article.


8. Telemedicine market forecast in the United States from 2014 to 2025


The report provides an executive-level overview of the telemedicine market in the United States, with market size and forecast for the years 2014 through 2025 (and their respective CAGRs). It covers the key segments of the market and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this space.

9. Building HIPAA Compliant Software Using AWS Cloud

HIPAA compliance in AWS makes a secure environment for the maintenance and retention of sensitive health information under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). To start using AWS HIPAA-compliant cloud storage, a healthcare company must sign a Business Associate Agreement (BAA) with AWS. It covers the security, control, and administrative processes mentioned in HIPAA.

AWS offers an extensive AWS HIPAA services list to develop scalable, secure, and fault-tolerant HIPAA solutions that can serve an unlimited number of healthcare use cases. 

In this article, Mindbowser has covered all the aspects of building HIPAA-compliant software.


10. Leap to the future of healthcare: Reinvent through business-building

The market for new business innovation was moving very quickly pre-COVID-19 and has accelerated during the pandemic. Sensing the significant opportunity for improvement in healthcare and the potential for attractive returns, private equity and principal investors have been deploying substantial capital and attracting talent from within and beyond healthcare (for example, technology), all with a goal of driving rapid new business creation and scale-up.

Here is the full article.


11. Healthcare Data Privacy 2021

An examination of the healthcare industry in 2021. It is mainly focused on the issue of how much data is available online about each individual person. The report also looks at cyber attacks happening to agencies that are in charge of looking after all this data, and why these attacks are not focusing on these organizations but rather healthcare organizations themselves.

Know more about the healthcare data privacy policy here.


12. HIPAA Security Rules from HHS

When building a healthcare platform, every entrepreneur has to understand HIPAA and the required compliances. The post from HHS is simple to understand and directly from the horse’s mouth. The Security Rule establishes national standards for electronically protected health information. The rule spells out the administrative, physical and technical safeguards that covered entities must have in place to protect patient information.

The blog looks at the Security Rule and at what security measures you need to take in order to be in compliance.

13. Become HIPPA Compliant

Mindbowser hosted a talk on HIPAA compliance in healthcare with Liam Degnan, Senior Account Manager with Compliancy Group. Liam has a long history in risk management and a unique understanding of the world of HIPAA compliance.

In this Video, Liam sheds light on

  • The 7 fundamental elements of an effective compliance program
  • How can you keep your data and business safe in a remote work environment?
  • How to simplify your HIPAA Compliance Program?
  • How to protect your business from breaches and fines?
    And many more tips and tricks!
Watch the entire Webinar Video here

 

14. Achieving Healthcare Interoperability through HL7 Standards

In today’s time, various challenges and emergencies are faced by healthcare organizations. One of the major challenges faced is the inability to generate, record, and analyze data. For example, a particular patient tends to visit multiple doctors for consultation, and receives diverse advice, he goes through different tests at different hospitals, and all he has is a sheet of paper. All the crucial patient data is scattered. Managing such scattered data effectively has always been a tedious task in healthcare organizations.

Watch the entire webinar here to learn more on

  • What is Interoperability
  • Need of Standards
  • What is HL7
  • Using HL7 to solve healthcare interoperability
  • Various HL7 Standards – V2, V3, CDA & FHIR
  • Use cases- V2/FHIR in action to solve interoperability cases

Certainly, many of the healthcare providers are creating their own Jason format or XML file, which is being understood by the next provider, but it just creates a dependent chain of all the formats wanting to integrate with the first one, which is definitely not a potential long-term solution, as creating a point-to-point interface is not a practical solution for linking millions of files. So, exposed to such operating issues, one common standard known as Hl7(Health Level 7) is being followed.

15. How To Select The Right Software Architecture For Your Healthcare Product?

We organized a webinar where our CTO and Co-founder Pravin Uttarwar discussed how to select the right software architecture for your healthcare product, based on the various stages of your product journey.

In this webinar, we’ve covered:

  • Building an MVP
  • What drives architectural decisions?
  • Stages In Product Journey
  • Summary Of Various Stages & Architectural Needs
  • Architecture For MVP
  • Architecture For Growth
  • Architecture For Scale
  • Architecture For Security & Compliance

Watch the entire webinar video

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Conclusion

We hope that this post will provide you with a ready reckoner of all the resources that you can use when you build healthcare software.  Happy Reading!

Ayush Jain

CEO and Co-founder, Mindbowser Group

Ayush is primarily responsible for the group’s marketing, branding and strategy. He works closely with customers guiding them on their idea and execution. Ayush is an avid business book reader and a proud owner of a large library of books. He is also a marathoner and marksman.
Reach out to Ayush at ayush@mindbowser.com

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