Harry Nelson and his law firm, Nelson Hardiman, have established themselves as some of the leading healthcare attorneys in the United States. Following the passage of the Affordable Care Act, Harry and his team have worked nonstop to help their healthcare clients navigate the new realities of healthcare and the implications it involved. With the future of our nation’s healthcare system thrown into disarray after the election of Donald Trump, Harry and his team became frustrated with the misinformation and hyper-partisan rhetoric that followed. Given his deep knowledge of the healthcare system, he and fellow attorney Rob Fuller authored the best-selling book “From Obamacare to Trumpcare: Why YOU should care” to dispel myths being propagated by both sides of the aisle and provide some clarity of what we can expect moving forward. Together we explore the ideas in the book, from Medicare and Medicaid, to what individuals and organizations should prepare for, regardless of what comes out of Washington D.C.
The Visiting Nurse Associations of America, better known as VNAA, has long been one of the pillars of advocacy for care in the home. They’ve felt, however, that the industry overall remains too fragmented to work towards the common goals we all share. This led them to create an entirely new entity, the recently unveiled elevatingHOME, through which they intend to “re-envision healthcare delivery to place home at the center of care.” Gavin and Zac recently attended the kick-off ceremony during the Home Based Care conference in San Diego and spoke with the leadership of both organizations, and the thought leaders who are working to make this vision a reality. Explore this enormous undertaking and visions of what the future can hold with guests including Tracey Moorhead, President & CEO of VNAA AND elevatingHOME, Bob Fazzi, Founding Board Member of elevatingHOME, and Erik Wexler, Chief Executive of Providence St. Joseph Health Southern California.
Brookdale is the largest senior living provider in the country, with more than 1,100 communities nationwide providing a range of Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing services. Christian Lanham, VP of Business Development, sits down with Zac in beautiful Nashville, Tennessee to discuss what has made Brookdale so successful and why residential senior living is such an important option for individuals and their families throughout the aging process. Additionally, as the healthcare industry continues to change and the aging landscape shifts so dramatically, we also discuss how Christian sees these communities as an essential, albeit often overlooked, pieces of the care continuum which can have huge impacts on short and long-term success of hospital and patient outcomes.