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These Are the 50 Best Places in America for Starting a Business

January 7, 2019

Whether you’re an entrepreneur plotting to launch a startup or a CEO strategizing where to put another office, knowing where the next hot city is would be a game changer. Should you expand to Raleigh? Would you attract better talent in Austin or Atlanta? With the new Surge Cities Index, Inc. and innovation policy company Startup Genome crunched the data to…

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19 Richmond Startups to Watch in 2019

December 18, 2018

Just like that, 2018 is almost over. As everyone takes a moment to look back at what’s happened in the past 12 months, we’re busy looking ahead. We cover the Richmond area’s startup scene every day, which you can read about on our site or in our twice-weekly newsletter, The Beat. If you read that,…

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The Driver Will See You Now:
NJ Monthly Top Doctors Issue

November 12, 2018

Mark Switaj likes overcoming obstacles. The Holmdel native, a veteran of several health-care companies, recognized a problem getting patients—especially aging and low-income patients—to their frequent medical appointments. Existing services for those physically or financially incapable of driving themselves tended to be unreliable, turning would-be patients into no-shows. Inspired by the rise in ride-sharing services like…

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New app makes getting to and from doctors appointments easier

October 8, 2018

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — A new start-up in Philadelphia is helping people get to and from medical appointments without the added stress. Many times when you have a medical appointment, that means you may have to leave early, battle traffic and search for parking or walk to take public transportation. It can be a hassle and…

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Medicaid waivers put transport benefits on chopping block

Non-emergency medical transportation services are in for a turbulent ride in states seeking to use waivers under the ...
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RoundTrip offers healthcare providers tools to book rides for patients, reducing no-show costs

Getting transportation to and from medical appointments can be a problem for some people, and a costly one ...
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Companies Respond to an Urgent Health Care Need: Transportation

As America’s baby boomers are hitting 65 at a rate of 10,000 a day, and healthier lifestyles are ...
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How providers are working to stem missed appointments

Health systems have found mixed results with products that aim to get patients to their appointments. Patient no-shows ...
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Lyft, Hitch Health, Roundtrip deals bearing fruit for systems seeking non-emergency medical transport

Rideshare services have been making their name in the non-emergency medical transport (NEMT) industry, and it seems as ...
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