My favorite thing about the Cambia Grove team and the community we serve is our collective refusal to settle for answers that don’t make sense. That is inherently true for any changemaker, whether you are an innovator, entrepreneur or any person seeking to make improvements in their community.
In 2018, Cambia Grove set out to map the “5 Points” of health care: payers, providers, purchasers, patients and policymakers. Here's what we learned.
The notion that the current U.S. health care system was “not designed, it just happened” was a theme we continually heard throughout the 5 Points Conference.
This is a guest post by Matthew Thompson, Professor UW Department of Family Medicine and Director UW Primary Care Innovation Lab, our
TRAILS Competition offers health care startups the chance to access real world application and testing from UW Medicine’s Primary Care Innovation Lab
Seattle24x7 spoke with Maura Little recently about Cambia Grove’s 2018 Strategic Vision.
Dr. Bob Crittenden has joined the Cambia Grove as our first-ever Executive in Residence.
“’Startup’ is a definition for the lifestage of a company—not the skill-level of the leadership.” – Swatee Surve, Lifesprite Founder and CEO
Entrepreneurs hoping to succeed in the health care have to consider the needs of many stakeholders, but accessing these stakeholders and learning from them is a common barrier to entry.
Whether you are just starting out in the system or have spent 40 years working towards health care transformation, join Cambia Grove in challenging your assumptions of our health care system.
By connecting scientists, entrepreneurs, and investors, the Cascadia Venture Acceleration Network (CVAN) hopes to help startups with commercial-ready innovations get funding and redirect concepts t