Published Oct 15, 2021 by Maggie Martin
Conversations and decisions regarding advance care, especially end-of-life care, can be challenging. A Houston health technology firm wants to make that a little easier.
Koda Health's advanced care-planning platform uses AI to guide difficult conversations in health care. Just a year-and-a-half old, the startup's already made some incredible strides. That includes recent recognition in Forbes. The publication named Koda Health's co-founder and CEO Dr. Tatiana Fofanova in its Next 1000 list of inspiring entrepreneurs and small business leaders who are redefining what it means to build and run a business amid the new normal.
On this episode of Small Biz Insider, we talk with Dr. Fofanova about the startup's mission to make some of the most challenging health care decisions more accessible and equitable. Topics include:
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