Posts Tagged: entrepreneurship

Being a Founder and a Female

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I am a founder who happens to be a female. Twice this week I had a conversation about the question I’ve been asked often on panels. The question is some variation of “How do you manage being a female in business?” I don’t like this question. I wish it wasn’t a question that was asked… Read more

Nurses aim to break innovation barriers

Thank you again MedTech Boston for the opportunity to share more insights on entrepreneurship in nursing. “Nurses solve problems every day by the bedside, Kelley said, and the same problem might persist every day, only the nurses and the patients might be different.” Nurses Aim to Break Innovation Barriers Post originally appeared on Dr. Tiffany Kelley RN… Read more

Keynote at Lowell General Hospital’s Quality and Research Fair (Nov 2017)

I had a great time giving the keynote today at Lowell General Hospital for their Quality and Research Fair. What a beautiful bouquet 💐 of flowers with a lovely card and many other thoughtful and unexpected gifts. I’m grateful for the opportunity to speak to other nurses…it is always a memorable time.          … Read more

Project Entrepreneur via Rent the Runway

For any early stage entrepreneurs, this is a great opportunity to consider. I loved my time in the program two years ago. Take a moment to watch this video: #BeInspired: Jenny Fleiss, Co-Founder of Rent the Runway Post originally appeared on Dr. Tiffany Kelley RN on October 27th, 2017

Healthcare Innovation: It takes the time that it takes.

While clinicians (e.g., nurses, doctors, CNAs, etc.). are the users of new health care technologies, they are often not the purchasers. This complicates the diffusion of innovation in healthcare. However, it doesn’t mean it can’t be done. It does mean it will likely take longer than diffusing innovation at the consumer level. Article originally appeared… Read more