Jose Bolanos MD

Jose Bolanos MD

http://nimbus-t.com - I am currently CEO. http://venture-med.com - I am managing director. http://innov8med.com - I am Managing Editor

Website: http://venture-med.com/blog
LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/josebolanosmd
Twitter: https://twitter.com/jbolanosmd
Others: http://nimbus-t.com , http://innov8med.com , http://josebolanosmd.com
Orinda, California, United States
Accredited investor
Member since November 18, 2014
Quote
I am a Stanford Medical Alumnus and after 22 years in clinical practice in ob/gyn, minimally invasive surgery and infertility, I changed careers to embody the wonder of healthcare innovation. I have thoroughly enjoyed technology and advances in consumer health and medical devices. I am the managing director of Venture-Med Angel Investment group and we focus on healthcare innovation. Quote_down
24 Splash Points
2 followers
21 companies followed
1 competition judged
Following Followers

View all »

Mbp-300x250
  • About
  • >
  • Activities
  • >
  • Following
Investor interests
Type of investor Angel Consulting
Typical investment size Under $25,000
Typical investments in a year 2
Categories of interest
Locations of interest
Credentials Accredited Investor
Education
1974 USC Biomedical Engineering
1977 UC Irvine , BS , Biological Sciences
1978 UC Davis , MD , Medicine
1979 Bay State Medical Center Internal Medicine
1983 Stanford University Hospital , MD , Obstetrics & Gynecology

I am a(n):

Investor

Companies I work or worked for:
If you are an entrepreneur, why?

I want to change the world.

My favorite startups:

Facebook, Linkedin, MongoDB, Wordpress,

What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

Funding is always a long road.

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?

Improper or poor use of funds.

What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?

1. Create a great team
2. Create a great vision
3. Create a roadmap to funding and milestones.

Full bio

I am here to assist the new direction of medicine.  Physicians are in dire need of information technology that simplifies their work processes.  The intelligence needed to orchestrate the future of workflow efficiencies is within our reach. 

Patients are moving quickly toward self monitoring, the quantified self, with digital health innovations that will change preventative health into a new summit.

Genomics and the decoding of the human genome, faster sequencing and correlations of codes to cancer diagnostics and therapeutics is also very exciting.