Via Star Tribune
"Doctors and other health professionals can’t learn everything in the classroom — at least half of a student’s undergraduate medical education happens in hospitals and clinics. But the system for deciding which undergraduates train at which facilities can be chaotic and difficult to manage — something that Minneapolis entrepreneur Katrina Anderson, 29, saw firsthand while working at a local health system. The result is frustrated students and missed opportunities for hospitals interested in training and hiring bright minds. Anderson cofounded the startup ClinicianNexus to provide a solution that is described as being like Airbnb for undergraduate clinical rotations. The nascent system is now in use in 57 hospitals and 100 colleges in 11 states, and the company recorded its first-ever revenue late last year. Following is a condensed, edited transcript of an interview with Anderson."
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