Altium Capital founder Jacob Gottlieb is in the market for healthcare and medical treatment investments. Based in New York City, Gottlieb holds a medical degree from NYU Medical School and brings real healthcare knowledge to the investment environment. Gottlieb has partnered with Stuart Weisbrod, of Merlin BioMed Group, a proven investor with positions in Oracle Partners, Harpel Partners, Merrill Lynch, and Prudential-Bache Securities. At its height, Merlin achieved an investor 100% return rate for clients such as major pension funds, endowments, and high-value investors.
The investment strategy behind Altium is similar to Merlin. The focus remains on public healthcare companies that include:
Altium Capital Progress
Altium has already provided a position for Oramed Pharmaceuticals (ORMP). ORMP has been successful in developing an oral diabetic treatment, in the form of an insulin capsule, to replace injectable diabetic treatment. And, latest venture: Altium is currently researching and providing a position with SELLAS Life Sciences Group. SELLAS is a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing cancer immunotherapy treatment across multiple cancer types.
Good partnerships not only create treatment-based medical initiatives, but remain good philanthropic business. Gottlieb takes Altium Capital into the philanthropic arena with charitable contributions to Math for America, the Robin Hood Foundation, and Covenant House. Math for America focuses on the recruitment/retention of NYC mathematics teachers at the secondary school level. The Robin Hood Foundation provides NYC nonprofit organizations with financial, real estate and management aid. Covenant House is a national, privately-funding organization providing shelter and services to displaced and/or homeless young people within NYC and the nation.
As Altium Capital targets healthcare with an eye to philanthropy and investment, stakeholder partnerships continue viability for mutual benefit.
Deirdre Baggot, who is a healthcare business strategist and an expert in the healthcare payment industry, began her career as a staff nurse. Later, she moved to work for the University of Michigan System. Baggot made another move in 2006 to Denver, Colorado when the Cardiac and Vascular Institute of SCL Health offered her the senior administrator position. In her short time there, Baggot was able to help over 500 people. Her next job was with GE Healthcare Partners, and it was here that she was able to make several improvements to the healthcare payment system.
Throughout her career within the healthcare system, Baggot has implemented her strategies in over 200 healthcare systems countrywide. She has spoken at numerous conferences and has written over 20 papers on the topic of bundle payments within the healthcare system. She has served in leadership capacities at the Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Academic Healthcare and The University of Michigan Health System. Visit on her twitter for more updates.
Baggot has been working solely as a consultant since 2010 and has not looked back. She gives the credit to a former CEO who gave her a push into the consulting game. Baggot believes that her favorite part of what she does is that she gets to help a lot of people. She spends time listening to her clients about what their needs are and works hard to solve their problems. This, in itself, is why her job is challenging. It takes time to find the answers for her clients. It is not easy to reconstruct a business model when the market itself is shrinking in this particular industry.
There is one trend in the health industry that Baggot tends to be most excited and that is wearables. Wearables, like the Fitbit, allow individuals to take their own health care into their own hands. There is a positive accountability with the wearable devices. Baggot believes that the biggest challenge to the healthcare industry is politics. When the current president was elected, there was some uncertainty as to what the future of healthcare was going to be.
Where Richard Dwayne Blair really excels at Wealth Solutions is his ability to help others reach financial freedom. He strongly believes every person needs a reliable layout to assist them in achieving their monetary goals. Wealth solutions is a Registered Investment Advisory Firm based in Austin, Texas that specializes in providing holistic financial plans. With that being said, Richard Blair devotes much of his time to arming Austin residents with a financial roadmap that can help guide them to sought after financial success.
Richard Dwayne Blair’s methods may be simple but don’t let the simplicity of his techniques fool you. They are more than effective. He employs an easy to understand three pillar approach that has been proven numerous times before. His multi-pillar approach affords him the luxury of fully accessing a client’s financial situation and retirement needs.
For example, the first step in the approach is geared around figuring out a client’s financial roadmap. The means Richard usually uses to identify the direction a client needs to take involves researching a client’s strengths and weaknesses so he has a good idea of growth potential. This gives him a deep understanding of his client’s personal goals and needs.
The second pillar serves the purpose of designing a personalized investment strategy that will be beneficial down the line. Not only does this allow clients to take full advantage of upward market periods, it also negates a lot of unwanted effects that negative market periods can have on a portfolio.
And last but not least, the third pillar is put into action once Richard has complete confidence in a strategy designed to provide adequate liquidity and growth. he also uses the last pillar to track client financial goals.
Richard Dwayne Blair is the founder of Wealth Solutions. He founded the company the year after he graduated from college.He has made a name for himself by provide personalized and professional financial advice to his clients.