The Healthcare Solutions Project

The Healthcare Solutions Project

The Healthcare Solutions Project features interviews with healthcare innovators.

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The starting point for fundamentally changing the healthcare system – Zak Holdsworth, CEO & Co-founder, Hint Health – Episode 55

The problems with healthcare are well documented. But for Zak Holdsworth, CEO and co-founder of Hint Health, the biggest problems are healthcare middlemen. Minimize their influence, and you fundamentally transform healthcare. In this episode, Zak shares his passion for making healthcare better, how growing up in New Zealand gives him a different perspective, and the framework he sees for making fundamental change. Links mentioned in this episode:  Hint Health: Hint Summit: Follow Zak on LinkedIn: 
October 6, 2021

Applying the lessons of digital to healthcare – Stefan Behrens, CEO & co-founder of GYANT – Episode 54

Digital health is healthcare's answer to consumerism, but how does a system so reliant on face-to-face interactions make the most of digital tech? Stefan Behrens, CEO and co-founder of GYANT, shares how he applied the lessons he learned in a purely digital consumer space to his vision for easing the patient journey.
September 14, 2021

Applying big data to deliver a frictionless healthcare experience – Jessica Sweeney-Platt, VP of research and editorial strategy – Episode 53

While technology has made healthcare more convenient and more connected, the industry is still siloed, fragmented and stuck in the past. But Jessica Sweeney-Platt, VP of research and editorial strategy at athenahealth, believes that may be changing. Technology is on the cusp of playing a role that we always hoped it could, supporting collaboration between the different stakeholders in the healthcare system. Join us as we discuss how organizations can leverage data to improve connectivity and align incentives.
July 5, 2021

Using virtual communities to improve health – Kate Burke, MD, Senior Medical Advisor, PatientsLikeMe – Episode 52

Social media has helped consumers educate themselves about their health and connect with other patients who suffer from the same chronic conditions. But the explosion of health information has also caused collateral damage. On today's episode, we welcome Kate Burke, MD, senior medical advisor for PatientsLikeMe. We discuss how virtual communities can overcome the pitfalls of social media and help patients better manage their condition, slow disease progression and give them control of their health.
June 14, 2021

Improving access to quality care with telehealth – Ashok Gupta, DPT, Co-founder and COO, TheraNow – Episode 51

As an immigrant to the United States, Dr. Ashok Gupta sees many things about the country's health system that he likes. Quality of care here is the best in the world, he says. But for some, care of the highest quality is out of reach. Dr. Ashok believes telemedicine can help change that. A doctor of physical therapy (DPT), he helped found TheraNow, a pain management company that focuses on providing the benefits of physical therapy virtually. Dr. Ashok discusses how virtual engagement can improve engagement, education and access.
May 4, 2021

How tech can improve the physician/patient relationship – Acey Albert, MD, Director of Clinical Content, epocrates – Episode 50

Acey Albert, MD, understands the pressures facing clinicians as they need to call upon their prescriptive knowledge very quickly at the point of care. Dosing, interactions, and side effects of new drugs come out constantly, and guidelines are always evolving with the evidence. He also knows that while technology can provide physicians the on-demand information they need, it can't get in the way of the physician/patient relationship. Listen as Dr. Albert shares with Don Seamons how doctors can utilize technology in a way that improves not only their care quality but also their patient satisfaction.
April 12, 2021

The Healthcare Solutions Project

The talk about healthcare is trending in the wrong direction. Everyone cares about healthcare, and everyone knows that our system is broken. What most people don’t know is that the big solutions being discussed today won’t solve healthcare’s problems. There really is no magic wand we can wave to make everything better. But there are things we can do—and are doing—right now that will help us put a lid on costs, enhance quality of care, and make clinicians and patients happy. The Healthcare Solutions Project is a platform for healthcare innovators to share their stories of how they are making healthcare better, today.
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Don Seamons

Don Seamons

Don Seamons is the founder and managing principal at Lumeno Marketing, an agency focused exclusively on the business and technology of healthcare. Founded in 2009, Lumeno helps organizations reach, persuade and convert health care decision makers into clients. Don has worked for 20 years in the healthcare industry. Before founding Lumeno, he was the lead hospital/health system marketer for Ingenix (now Optum). He also spent five years at Intermountain Healthcare, one of the nation's most respected integrated health systems.

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