Relentless Health Value
About This Show
American Healthcare Entrepreneurs and Execs you might want to know. Talking.
Relentless Health Value is a weekly interview podcast hosted by Stacey Richter, a healthcare entrepreneur celebrating fifteen years in the business side of healthcare.
This show is for leaders in pharma, devices, payers, providers, patient advocacy and healthcare business. It's for health industry innovators, entrepreneurs or wantrepreneurs or intrapreneurs.
Relentless Healthcare Value is the show for you if you want to connect with others trying to manage the triple play: to provide healthcare value while being personally and professionally fulfilled.
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INBW 12: Single Payer vs Consumerism, Healthcare Costs vs Insurance Costs - A Book Report (Inbetweenisode)
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Stacey is co-president of Aventria Health Group, a marketing agency specializing in helping pharmaceutical, device and pharmacy clients gain access to patients by creating and leveraging partnerships with other health care organizations. For twenty years, Stacey has innovated better-coordinated health solutions benefiting all stakeholders, and most of all, the patient. This episode compares how six authors approach the topics of Healthcare, Business, Medicine, Aging Populations, and Digital Health. In the initial list of books announced in the podcast, The Digital Doctor is left out. The complete list of books discussed, all of which have redeeming qualities, are: 1. Catastrophic Care: How American Healthcare Killed My Father and How We Can Fix It by David Goldhill 2. An American Sickness: How Healthcare Became Big Business and How to Take It Back by Elisabeth Rosenthal 3. America's Bitter Pill: Money, Politics, Backroom Deals, and the Fight to Fix Our Broken Healthcare System by Steven Brill 4. The Patient Will See You Now: The Future of Medicine is In Your Hands by Eric Topol 5. Curing Medicare: A Doctor's View On How Our Healthcare System is Failing Older Americans and How We Can Fix It by Andy Lazris MD 6. The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype, and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine's Computer Age by Robert Wachter