Business Insider just named 30 young leaders who are working to transform healthcare.
Among the honorees are a physicist tackling cancer, a lawyer who guides startups, and a pharmacist changing how patients are cared for. Click here to see the full list.
We asked each of them for their best advice for people who want to disrupt healthcare. Read on to see what they told us.
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Business Insider just named the 30 leaders under 40 who are working to transform US healthcare.
The people on the list are an impressive group of executives, entrepreneurs, doctors, and scientists who are fighting to make the US healthcare system better for everyone. They’re using big data to fight diseases, bringing care to more people in innovative ways, and using cutting-edge technology to develop cures.
We asked each of them for their best advice for other young people who want to disrupt the US’s $3.5 trillion healthcare industry.
Here’s what they told us.
Clarrie Feinstein and Zachary Tracer contributed reporting.
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Source:: Businessinsider – Technology