5 must-listen podcasts for health entrepreneurs

5 must-listen podcasts for health entrepreneurs(1)

I’ve selected 5 must-listen podcasts for health entrepreneurs that you should listen to. Because there are so many things to discover, and mostly so little time. So a podcast is a nice way to learn stuff and combine it by doing something else. For instance, I like listing to a podcast when I’m driving in my car.

In 2021, a survey on podcast consumption (Statista) revealed that 41 percent of U.S. adults had listened to a podcast within the last month, a figure which has more than tripled over the past decade.

Another survey found that in the first quarter of 2020, more than one out of three respondents aged between 26 and 35 years in the UK said they listened to podcasts on a weekly basis.

2021 holds the record for hours spent listening to podcasts with 15 billion hours compared to 12 billion just two years ago. (Statista)

While listening to different podcasts, I selected 5 podcasts any health entrepreneur should listen to. For insights, feeling with the target group, the end-user, or just for a good laugh!

So here it goes:

1. Entrepreneurship in Health by Jean-Baptiste Michel (France)

On the Entrepreneurship in Health (Entreprendre dans la santé) podcast, Jean-Baptiste Michel brings you discussions with women and men who have taken the plunge and gone into business in health.

He looks back at their journey, what started them on the path to entrepreneurship, and their interest in and impact on the health sector.

In this episode, he tackles co-design in e-health.

What is co-design in e-health? Who are the main actors? What are the objectives, benefits and challenges? When and how to get started? How to get support?

This is a French podcast that you can listen to on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, and others.

2. The innovative general practitioner by Christian de Groot (The Netherlands)

GP Christian de Groot visits fellow GPs who apply smart innovations in their practices, innovations that benefit both doctor and patient.

This is a Dutch podcast that you can listen to on: Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

3. Top Doctors: Patient Pedro by Pedro Elias (Belgium)

In ‘Top Doctors – Patient Pedro‘, Pedro has himself screened from head to toe by top doctors in Belgium.

You, as a listener, sit in the front row during all these examinations. In this way, he wants to finally find inner peace. Pedro is a hypochondriac.

In the episodes, every organ and part of Pedro is discussed: his prostate, intestines, heart, lungs and so on. While the doctors examine him thoroughly, he asks them questions. So, according to Pedro: exciting, painful, intimate and embarrassing. The examinations actually lead to some interventions.

Listen (and laugh) to find out!

This is a Flemish podcast that you can listen to on: Spotify and GoPlay.

4. Life Science Innovation in Poland is Thriving by Poland Technology (Poland)

Traditionally, Poland has a strong scientific base in life sciences and medicine but until recently was driven by the producers of generic drugs.

However, in the last decade, we have seen enormous innovation with multiples of start-ups being founded and raising private capital. Health-related industries are now among the most rapidly expanding innovation sectors in Poland.

In the podcast, they speak to Szymon Bernat, the founder of Innomed Book, which is an application to showcase health innovations developed by Polish start-ups and academics.

Szymon discusses everything related to life science in Poland as well as some inspiring stories of start-ups, including the challenges these companies are facing. The trends show huge potential for life science in Poland (and other countries).

This is a Polish podcast that you can listen to on: Spotify, Google Podcasts and Apple Podcasts.

5. Finding the Right Chemistry for Entrepreneurial Success with Amar Sawhney by Medtech Talk (United States)

Medtech Talk is a weekly conversation with the innovators who will change how health care is delivered.

In this episode, Amar shares many of the valuable lessons he’s learned founding and managing various startups. Including how to find the right application for a technology, when a platform solution really makes sense, how to effectively lead and build successful teams, the value of a diverse workforce, and tips for overcoming the funding gap for early-stage companies.

This is an American podcast that you can listen to on: Apple Podcasts and on their own website.

Found these podcasts interested? Then we share the drive to reach success in healthcare. So, let’s talk!

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