Articles from September, 2012
A Looming U.S. Doctor Shortage
September 27, 2012
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
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.