healthcare innovation

Innovation is Learning | Ep. 027

Episode Notes:

Josh interviews Tim Kelley this week. He’s the CEO of Nautilus Medical and we sit down with him to discuss why innovation is learning. Tim has spent his career in the healthcare world and developed Nautilus because of things he learned and pain points he saw along the way.

In this one, Tim and Josh talk about how innovation is learning, why it needs to create an impact and why you need to prioritize the customer. However, Tim explains, the customer is not always right, but listening carefully to them is essential for any business.

Furthermore, Tim digs into how the same business model won’t work for everyone. Similarly, we talk about why pivoting and adapting your business is essential to make sure you’re solving the right problem. Also, Tim talks about how they’ve continued to pivot at Nautilus Medical and what that has looked like.

Finally, we talk about the future of healthcare. We discuss how patients will want to control their data, how everything will become digital and why telehealth is growing at a rapid rate.

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Alex Rozenbaum joins us this week. He is the Director of Product Management at the American Hospital Association. Josh sits down with Alex and talks about all things healthcare. They dive into why the medical field needs to be more transparent.

Alex and Josh discuss the use of data and how it will affect patient care, they discuss the next major technology players in the industry and what other innovative ideas the medical field could see in the next few years.

They talk about empathy for a patient or a customer and how companies need to constantly hear the voice of the consumer to gain new perspectives.

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Are you interested in being interviewed or know someone innovative perfect for this podcast? Leave a comment below.

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