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Digital Health Intrapreneurship is a great way to contribute to the company’s growth while fulfilling one’s curiosity and building a skill set which ultimately leads to tremendous job satisfaction. It is a challenging journey, but ultimately rewarding. Preparing for it, learning about the process, managing stakeholders and keeping one’s perspective on the mission will result in a successful career through intrapreneurship.

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Chettipally, U.K. (2023). Digital Health Intrapreneurship. In: Meyers, A. (eds) Digital Health Entrepreneurship. Health Informatics. Springer, Cham.

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