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Medical Startup – Heal Part 2 – Bringing Back the House Call
February 15, 2017 • by News at Marshall

In this presentation we listen in on Greg's visit to the USC IBEAR MBA classroom to describe the business side of Heal. He describes Heal's model of having top board certified physicians going back to the roots of medicine and visiting patients in their homes.


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

Business Class Podcast – Medical Startup – Heal Part 2– Bringing Back the House Call

Greg Drobnick, USC Alum and Co-Founder of Heal, talks about how technology is taking us back to the future and helping fix our broken healthcare system.

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

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