Startup Weekend organizers horde health IT event

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The organizers of Startup Weekend, that is scheduled for subsequent month, saw a opening between Columbia’s entrepreneurial village and health caring professionals. So a organizers, that embody people from startup investment organisation Adventur.es and calm selling organisation Influence Co., are hosting Health IT Startups 101, a row contention set for Thursday.


“I feel like many of a people that aren’t in a tech globe kind of bonus themselves as being prepared to start a business since they don’t cruise themselves to be savvy in that sold area,” pronounced Heidi Fuhrman, lead organizer for Columbia’s Startup Weekend. “In my mind, entrepreneurs are typically people mixing needs from dual opposite industries.”

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    Fuhrman pronounced people meddlesome in starting record companies focused on health caring mostly run into problems complying with a Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, that regulates a remoteness of medical records. Jason Wang, CEO of California-based TrueVault, will pronounce during Thursday’s event. True Vault is a HIPPA-compliant information storage company, and Fuhrman pronounced Wang will be means to offer insights about a subject to eventuality attendees.

    Fuhrman pronounced she hopes Thursday’s eventuality acts as a approach to deliver people in a record and health caring village to any other and assistance beget ideas for new businesses.

    Health IT Startups 101 is a giveaway event. Columbia Startup Weekend, that has been full a past few years, costs $99 for a ubiquitous open and $49 for students. It runs Oct. 3 by Oct. 5.

    “It’s only a possibility for these dual communities to come together,” Fuhrman pronounced of a health caring event. “This year, we motionless to 0 in on health startups.”

    Alicia Stice is a Tribune’s business reporter. Reach her during 573-815-1722 

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    Saturday, Sep 13, 2014 12:00 am.


    Topics:

    Street Talk,


    Adventur.es,


    Entrepreneurship,


    Startup Weekend,


    Heidi Fuhrman,


    Health Insurance Portability And Accountability Act,


    Influence Co.,


    Truevault,


    Jason Wang,


    Technology

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