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Joy of Healthcare

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We discuss how you can make a profit in Healthcare and put people at the center of everything you do. Hosted by Jessie Israel.

Latest Episodes

Ep. 14 - The story of saving a life that might change yours - Doug Lindsay

In this episode Doug Lindsay shares his experience of falling ill with an unknown autoimmune disease in his early 20’s. For 11 years he was home-bound and nearly bed-bound until he developed the surgery that saved his life.

85 MIN2018 MAY 19
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Ep. 14 - The story of saving a life that might change yours - Doug Lindsay

Ep. 13 - Fostering Health-Tech Innovation with Mike Biselli

In this episode it is my pleasure to introduce Mike Biselli; like other guests he is hard to introduce because he has his hand in so many healthcare innovation adventures. His most recent undertaking is Catalyst HTI, an Industry Integrator bringing together startups as well as established healthcare leaders like Kaiser and Delta Dental. He is putting them all into the same space to allow for collaboration and integration in a whole new way.

36 MIN2018 APR 25
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Ep. 13 - Fostering Health-Tech Innovation with Mike Biselli

Ep. 12 - How Dispatch Health is Changing Healthcare - Kevin Riddleberger

Today Jessie will be talking with Kevin Riddleberger, co-founder of Dispatch Health, a company that is bringing back the physician house call. Kevin Riddleberger and Dr. Mark Prather started Dispatch health only a few years ago and have managed to create an entirely new level of care that seems to have a business partnership with just about every other provider in healthcare. Dispatch is spreading like wildfire; you won’t want to miss hearing how Kevin and his team are changing healthcare for the better.

33 MIN2018 MAR 13
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Ep. 12 - How Dispatch Health is Changing Healthcare - Kevin Riddleberger

Ep. 11 - One of Kaiser's best and brightest talks about care transitions - Jodi Smith

Today Jessie is joined by her good friend and colleague, Jodi Smith, the Regional Administrator of Hospital Operations and Post-Acute Care for Kaiser Permanente. Jodi is one of Kaiser’s greatest and brightest. She was Eric Coleman’s research assistant; he is the national leader and founder of much of today’s care transition work. She is a true thought leader, a Nurse Practitioner, and full of heart for the patients, members, and people Kaiser serves.

39 MIN2018 FEB 7
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Ep. 11 - One of Kaiser's best and brightest talks about care transitions - Jodi Smith

Ep. 10 - A Scary and Inpsiring look into the Opioid Crisis - Dr. Kyle Knierim and Daniel Pacheco

Today we’ll talk with Dr. Kyle Knierim and Daniel Pacheco from the University of Colorado. They run an opioid training program called IT MATTTRs, to support primary care practices understand their role in treating opioid addiction. These two are passionate about education and breaking down the stereotypes of helping people with pain and addiction.

47 MIN2018 JAN 28
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Ep. 10 - A Scary and Inpsiring look into the Opioid Crisis - Dr. Kyle Knierim and Daniel Pacheco

Ep. 9 - What it takes to be a successful Physician Entrepreneur - Dr. Arlen Meyers

Have you ever known a physician or a pharmacist that started their own business? Did you wonder about their motivations? Or think something like … they already make so much money, why would they leave?

45 MIN2018 JAN 7
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Ep. 9 - What it takes to be a successful Physician Entrepreneur - Dr. Arlen Meyers

Ep. 8 - How to close the deal with a Health System - Peter Kung

We are really excited about today’s episode with Peter Kung. As the System Vice President for Innovation and Virtual Health at SCL Health, Peter has sourced and closed dozens of deals and created hundreds of partnerships. His experience in making these deals happens spans from fortune 500 companies all the way down to startups.

45 MIN2017 DEC 14
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Ep. 8 - How to close the deal with a Health System - Peter Kung

Ep. 7 - Creating a lifelong business model in Healthcare - Margaret Ray

Today Jessie is talking with Margaret Ray. She has been a nurse and entrepreneur for longer than we have been using the word with any regularity. You’ll hear how her business has evolved over the last 35 plus years, and how she is still thinking up fresh ideas on how to make a difference in healthcare.

33 MIN2017 DEC 7
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Ep. 7 - Creating a lifelong business model in Healthcare - Margaret Ray

Ep. 6 - Connecting Neighbors to help Seniors Thrive - Dr. Paul Ramsey

Today we have Dr. Paul Ramsey on the podcast. Dr. Ramsey is the Executive Director of A Little Help, a non-profit senior assistance agency based in Denver. The company has mastered something known as “the village concept” which is gaining traction with seniors all over the country.

41 MIN2017 NOV 30
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Ep. 6 - Connecting Neighbors to help Seniors Thrive - Dr. Paul Ramsey

Ep. 5 - Where community non-profits get their funding - Jayla Sanchez-Warren

Today Jessie talks with Jayla Sanchez-Warren. Jayla is at the helm at the Denver Regional Council of Governments Area Agency on Aging - DR COG, a federally funded program that serves and advocates for older adults and people with disabilities. Jayla has 26 years of service working on behalf of the region’s older adult populations, including community-based services that address the needs of older adults and people living with disabilities - assistance with housing, transportation, nutrition, long-term care, case management and more.

33 MIN2017 NOV 23
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Ep. 5 - Where community non-profits get their funding - Jayla Sanchez-Warren

Latest Episodes

Ep. 14 - The story of saving a life that might change yours - Doug Lindsay

In this episode Doug Lindsay shares his experience of falling ill with an unknown autoimmune disease in his early 20’s. For 11 years he was home-bound and nearly bed-bound until he developed the surgery that saved his life.

85 MIN2018 MAY 19
Comments
Ep. 14 - The story of saving a life that might change yours - Doug Lindsay

Ep. 13 - Fostering Health-Tech Innovation with Mike Biselli

In this episode it is my pleasure to introduce Mike Biselli; like other guests he is hard to introduce because he has his hand in so many healthcare innovation adventures. His most recent undertaking is Catalyst HTI, an Industry Integrator bringing together startups as well as established healthcare leaders like Kaiser and Delta Dental. He is putting them all into the same space to allow for collaboration and integration in a whole new way.

36 MIN2018 APR 25
Comments
Ep. 13 - Fostering Health-Tech Innovation with Mike Biselli

Ep. 12 - How Dispatch Health is Changing Healthcare - Kevin Riddleberger

Today Jessie will be talking with Kevin Riddleberger, co-founder of Dispatch Health, a company that is bringing back the physician house call. Kevin Riddleberger and Dr. Mark Prather started Dispatch health only a few years ago and have managed to create an entirely new level of care that seems to have a business partnership with just about every other provider in healthcare. Dispatch is spreading like wildfire; you won’t want to miss hearing how Kevin and his team are changing healthcare for the better.

33 MIN2018 MAR 13
Comments
Ep. 12 - How Dispatch Health is Changing Healthcare - Kevin Riddleberger

Ep. 11 - One of Kaiser's best and brightest talks about care transitions - Jodi Smith

Today Jessie is joined by her good friend and colleague, Jodi Smith, the Regional Administrator of Hospital Operations and Post-Acute Care for Kaiser Permanente. Jodi is one of Kaiser’s greatest and brightest. She was Eric Coleman’s research assistant; he is the national leader and founder of much of today’s care transition work. She is a true thought leader, a Nurse Practitioner, and full of heart for the patients, members, and people Kaiser serves.

39 MIN2018 FEB 7
Comments
Ep. 11 - One of Kaiser's best and brightest talks about care transitions - Jodi Smith

Ep. 10 - A Scary and Inpsiring look into the Opioid Crisis - Dr. Kyle Knierim and Daniel Pacheco

Today we’ll talk with Dr. Kyle Knierim and Daniel Pacheco from the University of Colorado. They run an opioid training program called IT MATTTRs, to support primary care practices understand their role in treating opioid addiction. These two are passionate about education and breaking down the stereotypes of helping people with pain and addiction.

47 MIN2018 JAN 28
Comments
Ep. 10 - A Scary and Inpsiring look into the Opioid Crisis - Dr. Kyle Knierim and Daniel Pacheco

Ep. 9 - What it takes to be a successful Physician Entrepreneur - Dr. Arlen Meyers

Have you ever known a physician or a pharmacist that started their own business? Did you wonder about their motivations? Or think something like … they already make so much money, why would they leave?

45 MIN2018 JAN 7
Comments
Ep. 9 - What it takes to be a successful Physician Entrepreneur - Dr. Arlen Meyers

Ep. 8 - How to close the deal with a Health System - Peter Kung

We are really excited about today’s episode with Peter Kung. As the System Vice President for Innovation and Virtual Health at SCL Health, Peter has sourced and closed dozens of deals and created hundreds of partnerships. His experience in making these deals happens spans from fortune 500 companies all the way down to startups.

45 MIN2017 DEC 14
Comments
Ep. 8 - How to close the deal with a Health System - Peter Kung

Ep. 7 - Creating a lifelong business model in Healthcare - Margaret Ray

Today Jessie is talking with Margaret Ray. She has been a nurse and entrepreneur for longer than we have been using the word with any regularity. You’ll hear how her business has evolved over the last 35 plus years, and how she is still thinking up fresh ideas on how to make a difference in healthcare.

33 MIN2017 DEC 7
Comments
Ep. 7 - Creating a lifelong business model in Healthcare - Margaret Ray

Ep. 6 - Connecting Neighbors to help Seniors Thrive - Dr. Paul Ramsey

Today we have Dr. Paul Ramsey on the podcast. Dr. Ramsey is the Executive Director of A Little Help, a non-profit senior assistance agency based in Denver. The company has mastered something known as “the village concept” which is gaining traction with seniors all over the country.

41 MIN2017 NOV 30
Comments
Ep. 6 - Connecting Neighbors to help Seniors Thrive - Dr. Paul Ramsey

Ep. 5 - Where community non-profits get their funding - Jayla Sanchez-Warren

Today Jessie talks with Jayla Sanchez-Warren. Jayla is at the helm at the Denver Regional Council of Governments Area Agency on Aging - DR COG, a federally funded program that serves and advocates for older adults and people with disabilities. Jayla has 26 years of service working on behalf of the region’s older adult populations, including community-based services that address the needs of older adults and people living with disabilities - assistance with housing, transportation, nutrition, long-term care, case management and more.

33 MIN2017 NOV 23
Comments
Ep. 5 - Where community non-profits get their funding - Jayla Sanchez-Warren
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