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32: L.O.V.E. to Lead, with Sean Lane, Chief Executive Officer, Olive

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32: L.O.V.E. to Lead, with Sean Lane, Chief Executive Officer, Olive

This episode is hosted by Gary Bisbee, Ph.D. He is the Chairman and Founder of Think Medium. Gary spoke with Sean Lane, Chief Executive Officer of Olive. They discussed how…
May 3, 2022

32: L.O.V.E. to Lead, with Sean Lane, Chief Executive Officer, Olive

Meet Sean Lane:

Sean Lane is the CEO of Olive and CEO of Circulo Health. Previously, he was an Intelligence Officer for the National Security Agency. He was also founder and Chairman of the Board for Betamore, and Founder and Chairman Emeritus of Digital Harbor Foundation. Sean received a Bachelor’s in Political Science and Government from Miami University. 

Key Insights:

Sean Lane is freeing up healthcare’s scarcest resource: time. 

  • The Inspiration for Olive. Sean was trying to address prescription drug abuse challenges in his community when he realized that healthcare doesn’t have the internet. Healthcare systems and software don’t communicate, rather healthcare relies on humans as routers to complete repetitive tasks and manually share data. (7:46)
  • What Olive Can Do. Using artificial Intelligence, Olive automates repetitive healthcare tasks to free up human capacity. It started with revenue cycle, but expanded into areas of administration and operation. (15:05)
  • Challenges. To Sean, Olive’s biggest challenge is scale. There are billions of hours of human capacity wasted on repetitive tasks that could be automated. In order to have an impact on the industry, Olive needs to get big enough to matter. (16:26)

This episode is hosted by Gary Bisbee, Ph.D. He is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Think Medium. 

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