ventured episode 5

Ventured Podcast – Ep 5: Breaking Barriers: Redefining Women’s Health for the Future  

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Ventured is a podcast that delves into the exciting and fast-paced world of venture capital, health care innovation, entrepreneurship, and more. Through insightful interviews with industry experts, successful entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists, the show offers a unique perspective on the latest trends, strategies, and innovations that are driving health care forward. Whether you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, an experienced investor, or simply interested in the latest developments in health care and technology, Ventured provides an engaging and informative exploration of the people, ideas, and innovations that are shaping our future. 

Join your host Rob Moss as we discuss the disparities that persist in women’s health care. According to recent studies, women often face a four-year lag in diagnosis for over 700 diseases, a 50% higher risk of heart attack misdiagnosis, and a seven-year journey to an endometriosis diagnosis. 

Rob is joined by his colleagues at UPMC Enterprises, Anna Mamo, Kathryn Heffernan, and Varsha Raj, who bring their expertise to the table. Together, they explore the pressing questions surrounding women’s health: What is women’s health exactly? Why do these disparities exist between women and men in health care? What does the future look like and how is UPMC Enterprises looking to change the trajectory? 

As we navigate this complex terrain, we’ll uncover the latest trends, initiatives, and innovations aimed at bridging the gender gap in health care. Whether you’re an aspiring health care entrepreneur, a conscientious investor, or someone curious about the evolving landscape of women’s health care, Ventured offers insightful discussions and eye-opening perspectives to help you better understand and contribute. 

Tune in to this episode “Ventured” and embark on a journey to empower women’s health care for a more equitable future. 


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