Insurer’s Flawed Directories Leave Patients Scrambling for In-Network Doctors

NY Times  |  December 3, 2016

Category: Healthcare, Portfolio Companies, Sector Specific

As consumers review their coverage and shop for 2017 insurance through the federal health law’s online marketplaces during the annual open enrollment period, many of the directories they are using are outdated and inaccurate.

The Meeting That Showed Me the Truth about VC’s and How They Don’t Make Money

The Mission  |  August 5, 2016

Category: General, Venture Capital

I had a meeting with a well-known startup investor yesterday. The talk somehow pivoted from my seed-seeking startup into talking about the macro view of venture capital and how it doesn’t actually make sense. Or maybe it does make sense? …

Why direct-to-consumer models are hard in healthcare

Vator News  |  February 29, 2016

Category: Healthcare

Digital healthcare has been a rising space in the last few years, but while the structural and cultural change in the healthtech industry is moving toward B2C, where companies sell directly to the consumer, we’re still in a B2B2C world, …

New bill seeks to remove roadblocks to telehealth

FCW  |  February 3, 2016

Category: Healthcare, Portfolio Companies, Sector Specific

Lawmakers introduced a bipartisan bill today that seeks to expand telehealth services while reducing health care costs.

Austin’s venture capital surged in 2015

Austin American Statesman  |  January 17, 2016

Category: Venture Capital

The flow of venture capital into Central Texas accelerated in 2015, a sign that investors are continuing to bet on new technology being developed in Austin.