University of Southern California

Creating a $30+ million healthcare startup.
February 1, 2017 • by News at Marshall

Business Class - In this presentation we listen in on Greg Drobnick’s visit to the USC IBEAR MBA classroom to describe the creation of an innovative personal healthcare startup. Greg takes the IBEAR students through a master class of how startup funding works. Heal has already raised $34 million in startup funding. Business Class will follow Heal and present additional episodes as the company progresses.


The interviewer is Richard Drobnick, Director of the USC IBEAR MBA Program.

Business Class Podcast - Creating a $30+ million healthcare startup

Greg Drobnick, USC alum and Co-Founder of Heal, describes how the Heal App is recreating the world of your doctor making a house call.

Greg Drobnick, Co-Founder & EVP Strategic Initiatives, Heal

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