Then in 2008, just as we were starting InVivoLink, “Innovator’s Prescription” became a timely translation of the principles of disruptive technology for the healthcare market. I’ve always felt that healthcare entrepreneurs are at a disadvantage if they don’t read it.
During the early days of Hashed Health and the Nashville Blockchain Meetup “brew club” days, we were always being asked for our reading list, so we posted one for the world on the Resources page on our website. This list has evolved over time, but one of the few books that has remained on this list is “Innovators Prescription.”
“Innovator’s Prescription” is required reading for Hashed employees because it describes the power of new technologies that simplify and improve access.