Healthcare innovations: Baruch MBA Grad presents the Patient Identification Shield

While Baruch College MBA graduate Michael Gilvary regrets not majoring in entrepreneurship, he works for a company vested in creating disruptive technologies to enhance patient satisfaction in the healthcare field. In nursing school, students are taught to always verify a patient’s identity by checking their wristband. In the 2003 case of one 28-year-old female patient awaiting […]

Get paid to intern at a startup

Unpaid internships raise a dilemma: should you consent to work uncompensated for the sake of gaining experience? Experts estimate that at least half a million Americans hold unpaid internships each year. But the rise of the “intern economy” in a weakened job market disadvantages those who can’t afford to work without pay. The Weissman Center for International […]

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