Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, or PACE, is not as prevalent as one may think due to certain restrictions the government has recently lifted. Up and coming WelbeHealth, led by Matt Patterson, has quickly grown to be able to provide care to thousands (and growing) of low income older adults. Matt shares how WelbeHealth came together and how it is helping drive the growth of PACE in the southwest.
David spent time with the show sharing about his journey from one side of the country, South Florida, to the other side with UC Davis Health in Northern California. Located in the Greater Sacramento area, David shares how UC Davis Health was the first system to treat a COVID-19 community spread case and the lessons learned from the national news story earlier this year.
Senator Daschle helped lead America post 9/11 and also was one of only two in US history to serve twice as both Majority and Minority leader. Tom shares about his experiences as a US Senator, his role prior to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, and his outlook on healthcare in America.
Genworth is considered the largest long term care insurance provider in the United States, but a big focus for Larry nowadays is caring for the caregiver. Larry shares how Genworth's Carescout network, and its new Caregiver Support Services, can help employers ensure their employees have the support they need when caring for an aging loved one.
Bill has had the opportunity to serve at KP for many decades. In this episode, Bill touches on his love for Dodgers, the impact of KP's great former leader, the late Dr. Bernard Tyson, & how Bill has been able to bridge the gap between the various organizations under KP umbrella to help KP grow in California & beyond.
Karen joined the show to discuss the differences between American and Canadian healthcare, as well as how Stanford case managers and social workers have been successful transitioning patients during the pandemic
LHC Group is one of the largest post-acute providers in the United States, encompassing most states with a variety of home health, hospice, and other services. Josh and Dr. Ben join the show to discuss how LHC's clinical and joint venture expertise with health systems has helped its many locations become marketplace leaders.
Paul's vast experience serving some of the nation's largest providers, including Vitas Hospice and Gentiva, have helped shape him into the leader he is today. Paul shares how he's taken his national experience and mentality of doing what's right for the patient to help Mission in its efforts to deliver quality home health and hospice.
After initially joining the show in 2017 as "the new guy" to Southern California, Erik has helped Providence St. Joseph Health transform into arguably the largest provider of health services in Southern California. Erik touches on some of the key initiatives over the years, including the current partnership with Cedars Sinai, as well as how PSJH is positioned to serve during the pandemic.
Eva and Jenna join the show to discuss how community based organizations like ONEgeneration, serving the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles, are needed more than ever in serving our seniors and those in need through services like meal delivery, care management, and much more.
Hear the inspiring story of how Torrie, who dealt with personal illness at a young age, knew of her caalling early and has helped build out chronic illness programs for groups like Blue Shield and is now positioned to help our healthcare system nationally through Votive Health.
Maddie, who unlike most Southern Californians actually walks to work, welcomed me to Oscar's offices and shared about one of the nation's newest health plans, including d her team's efforts in managing its members' health and Oscar's efforts expanding into Medicare Advantage.
Don returns to the show to give the latest of APG's efforts with the 195,000+ physicians it supports through advocacy, education, and efforts towards taking responsibility for America's health.
Dr. Vijay Trisal joins the show to discuss City of Hope's historic work over the years, starting with TB treatments, to the creation of man-made insulin and other drugs that have saved millions of lives.
The team at DaVita in Denver welcomed me warmly as I sat down with DaVita's Group Vice President, Martha Wofford. Martha shares how DaVita is focusing significant efforts on preventing end-stage kidney disease and how dialysis in the home is becoming more common.
Cindy joined us in our Carlsbad studio to share her journey of going from nurse to geriatric care manager, and how she has become a pillar in the San Diego Community in both geriatric care management and in-home care for nearly 30 years.
The average wait to see a doctor is over 15 days, but Heal has solved that problem and can have a physician to you often within just two hours. Heal has solved the “physician shortage” for many and accepts most major insurances, including Medicare. Greg shares how Heal is changing the way care is delivered.