Mobile health care is a hot sector for entrepreneurs right now. Just ask Aaron Goldstein, a University of Pennsylvania undergrad who was recently named the winner of Entrepreneur's College Entrepreneur of 2014 award.
Goldstein is the founder of FeverSmart, a wireless patch thermometer that continually monitors your temperature and sends alerts to your phone if the numbers begin to increase. In the interview above, he explains that his co-founder's health struggles were what highlighted the need for this device, and admits that his own struggles stemmed from starting and building a company while still in college -- a path that few of his classmates have chosen for themselves.
In relating his personal experience to Entrepreneur, Goldstein also shares his biggest problem -- identifying with his key target market -- and how he overcame the issue.
Watch this short video to see how FeverSmart is catching on in the industry and its plans for growth.