#62 Decreasing Mortality and Morbidity in the Spanish-speaking Community
Our students are Zeanique Barber and Asad Jabbar. They are affiliated with the Technology Management Program at Georgetown School of Continuing Studies.
Our Startup is Belmora LLC, represented by Founder Jaime Belcastro. He is a pharmacist who looked at an underserved community and came up with a better way to provide services.
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“I’m a pharmacist and I created a line of non-prescription analgesics that are marketed towards the Hispanic community.” Jaime Belcastro, President Belmorra LLC
“Health care’s really all about trust.” Jaime Belcastro, President Belmorra LLC
“Hispanics, in general, when it comes to their media preferences, believe it or not, they’re still largely television.” Jaime Belcastro, President Belmorra LLC
“Wow. If there’s a way I can make this work, even if I’m not on the Forbes 400, I go home every night doing something really cool in America, that helps.” Jaime Belcastro, President Belmorra LLC
“They don’t get that information because there’s just such a small percentage of healthcare information that’s within their language.” Jaime Belcastro, President Belmorra LLC
“When we talk compliance, we want people to continue their treatment, so they can eradicate their disease state fully, and it doesn’t come back.” Jaime Belcastro, President Belmorra LLC
“there’s cultural barriers, and there is the one, they’re gonna end up in the Emergency Room with some major trauma because the disease state wasn’t treated properly.” Jaime Belcastro, President Belmorra LLC
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