Flare Capital Partners Expert Roundtable Series: Stroke of the Pen: Risk and Reward – How to Harness and Influence Policy to Meet the Promise of Digital Health

We often talk about “stroke of the pen risk,” or the idea that the policy landscape can abruptly shift and render products or companies obsolete. Aside from legislation taking time, it’s often the case is that new regulation has led to the creation of many new start-ups. Call this, “stroke of the pen reward.” How should entrepreneurs react to all of these changes? Is ‘reaction’ our only option, or can we play a more active role in shaping the future? Our guests have lived both lives – as policy shapers and private sector operators. In Flare's twelfth installment of our Expert Roundtable Series, we discuss many examples of entrepreneurs and big company operators navigating regulatory uncertainty, and encourage each of us to be active participants in the policy-making process.

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Axuall Case Study: Fundraising During Tough Times…

Notwithstanding recent employment data announced on Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicating that 187k new jobs were added in August and that the healthcare sector employment increased by 71k, the U.S. unemployment rate increased to 3.8% from 3.5% due to more people coming off the sidelines looking for work.

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Author Health: Write Your Own Destiny…

A staggering 57.8 million Americans are thought to live with some form of mental illness, according to a 2021 study from the National Institute of Mental Health – more than 20% of the adult population.

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Frist Cressey Ventures Backs Axuall’s Rapid Expansion as Customer ROI Builds

Axuall has announced the addition of Frist Cressey Ventures to its investor family with a Series B-1 investment following the company’s Series B funding in May 2023. Axuall has raised over $41 million from a combination of more than two dozen leading healthcare organizations to address the growing need to leverage big data to solve the pressing problems of process inefficiencies, workforce shortages, and onboarding delays.

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