NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Nashville-based startup EvidenceCare, a free clinical decision support tool for healthcare providers, announced the launch of a new webinar series for physician entrepreneurs. The first episode of the series will occur on Thursday, September 6 at 7 p.m. CDT.
Titled Life Outside the Practice: A Webinar Series for Physician Entrepreneurs, the free webinar series focuses on providing practical knowledge about the world of healthcare investing for physician entrepreneurs and timely and relevant opportunities available to clinicians interested in investment opportunities.
The first episode, Investing in the Practice of Medicine: Putting your money in what you know, addresses several ways medical professionals can enter the world of healthcare investing. Attendees will hear from serial physician entrepreneurs about what it is like to build a successful business in response to a gap or need in how they practiced medicine and invest in other companies who are shaping and disrupting healthcare.
Dr. Brian Fengler, CEO and founder of EvidenceCare, and Dr. Don Lazas, founder and managing partner of NueCura Partners, will share personal experiences, challenges and successes in their investment journeys and will provide actionable steps for physicians and healthcare professionals interested in putting money in what they know with real returns.
Those interested in attending this first episode can register at https://bit.ly/2OR5o6h. EvidenceCare will continue to announce and host new episodes of the series in the coming months.
Nashville-based EvidenceCare is a clinical decision support publishing platform designed by emergency physician Dr. Brian Fengler. Unlike any tool on the market, EvidenceCare provides clinicians with access to patient-specific, evidence-based treatment recommendations at the bedside in as little as 30 seconds. Since its launch in July 2016, the company’s proprietary content publishing platform is delivering protocols authored by industry-leading experts to healthcare clinicians worldwide. To learn more, visit www.evidence.care.