Bob returns to the show to share the latest legal news in household employment, and why hiring a caregiver from different organizations is not always an apples to apples decision.
Mary joins the show and shares how her decision to not run away from her fear of nursing school was a catalyst to where she is today.
Don rejoins the show to discuss how America’s Physician Groups (APG) continues to shape American healthcare through its advocacy, strategy, and efforts in accountable care.
Dan has been a pillar in the on-demand transportation since on-demand giants looked at healthcare/senior care as an opportunity. Dan recently joined Uber to lead Uber Health, which focuses on bringing HIPAA Compliant accessible transportation for the medically fragile and elderly population.
On-demand transportation has been all the rage lately, but one challenge yet to be solved has been a similar experience for the medically fragile or disabled, some of which may require wheelchair accessible vehicles. Uber and Lyft have yet to solve this challenge with a reliable solution. Airron Roy from Butterfli Technologies shares how Butterfli is solving that problem today.
As the healthcare industry continues to merge and organizations begin to take on more risk, Independent Physician Associations (IPAs) are gaining in popularity. Allowing independent physicians to remain that way, groups like Sharp Community Medical Group (SCMG) band them together to help lower costs and accept more risk. Check out my conversation with SCMG CEO, Paul Durr, to learn more about these organizations and why you’ll probably be hearing about them more-and-more as healthcare delivery continues to evolve in America.
PopHealth Podcast attended and spoke to some of the thought leaders at 2018’s USC’s Center for Body Computing Conference. Exploring tech-connected healthcare from sports, military and private applications to data security and ownership, this conference is focused not on the questions of the present, but of the future.