Women 2 Post: Competition heats up the space. You can use their successes to catapult yours. If you do your homework, you should have some idea as to their business plan, revenue or fundraising stage, so plan around those so you can leverage their announcements to drive attention to you. It shows potential partners and investors […]

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In 2011, IDC predicted the that size of data or the “digital universe” would increase by 48% in 2012, accelerating the innovation of in-memory databases and analytic functionality.  Since then, everyone’s been talkin’ about big data:  what it means and how it will shape US industries like healthcare. “Healthcare organizations around the world are challenged by pressures […]

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Perhaps one of the most financially troubling and stressful things that people have to deal with is managing their health insurance. Often, we get our insurance from our employers or through our loved one’s workplace and then get taken care of. But then again, there are those people who get insurance through other means who […]

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Over the past several years, yoga has seen a dramatic increase in popularity in western culture.  In major cities, studios are popping up on every block and men and women are getting hooked on the practice.  But exactly what is it that makes yoga so appealing? Apart from the transformative toning effect it has on the body, […]

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I wanted to move on to Ruby on Rails right away, but there is a lot for me to learn about what a framework is as a start. I’m currently playing around with Sinatra, a really lightweight Ruby framework, and hope to move on to Ruby on Rails. I’ve also been checking out some Ruby developer […]

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Hang on to your health-insurance cards, because this one might surprise you: Despite those eye-popping prices at the gas pump and the grocery store, Americans are now spending more on health care than on transportation or food. Nope. We’re serious. And it’s even true for people with employer-sponsored health insurance, health economist Paul Keckley tells UPI.com. Keckley, executive […]

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A recent study has reported that the number of U.S. families struggling to pay medical bills and debt is growing; so much in fact that last year 45% of young adults ages 19-29 struggled to get the health care they needed.  This means around 5/10 youth were unable to fill a prescription, go to the doctor […]

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Receive alerts for new claims Understand your coverage Track your spending   “In 2 seconds, I know what my insurance picture looks like.” – Scott, Redondo Beach, CA Maria BauerMaria is our expert for medicine, fitness and general health. Her contributions are particularly convincing through completeness, accuracy and her own personal experience. Maria also writes […]

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After completing the Founder Institute, Rebecca came to Founder Labs to build a basic prototype for her business idea. She now has a cofounder on board and is working out of Founders Den in SF. Cake Health is continuously under product development and they are expanding their founding team. Participate in their newly launched alpha […]

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More often than not when we talk to our users about how they’ve been using Cake Health, we find that our service has helped them stay on top of their medical bills and better understand their health insurance – but recently it’s been all about the dough!  After using Cake Health for a couple of […]

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