Articles from September, 2012

A Looming U.S. Doctor Shortage

September 27, 2012

Category: Healthcare

When the Affordable Care Act’s insurance mandate takes effect in 2014, some 30 million newly covered patients—people generally treated in emergency rooms now—will be shopping for doctors. That’s a problem because the U.S. has 15,230 fewer primary-care physicians than it …

The Future of Venture Capital (Part 2)

September 22, 2012

Category: Venture Capital

My last post was about some recent trends in the venture capital industry and my predictions about how it will change. In this post I wanted to highlight three companies taking a new approach to starting and funding technology startups: …

Alarmingly small percentage of angels in organized networks

Austin Business Journal  |  September 6, 2012

Category: General

While I am excited about an increase in the level of angel investment activity, I’m worries that many would-be angels don’t adequately appreciate why there is an entire industry dedicated to full-time startup investing.

Why I Disagree With Vinod Khosla About Digital Health — And Hope He Succeeds Brilliantly

September 1, 2012

Category: Sector Specific

At the recent Rock Health Health Innovation Summit (where I participated on an angel investing panel with Dave McClure and Esther Dyson), tech VC legend Vinod Khosla expanded in his keynote discussion themes he’s introduced in previous articles and interviews.