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In this episode of The Executive Innovation Show Podcast, Carrie Chitsey speaks with Adam Sabloff. Adam Sabloff is the Founder and CEO of VirtualHealth. VirtualHealth provides the leading platform purpose-built for integrated value-based care. They offer a vast range of technology capabilities to payer and provider markets.  

Listen in as we discuss topics such as: 

  • As the founder of VirtualHealth, we talk with Adam Sabloff about his entry into the value-based care industry coming from building Ritz Carlton residences. 
  • How many beds are available for seniors who need/want to be in assisted living or skilled nursing facilities vs. population? With 50 Million Baby Boomers, is availability, demand or preference driving in home healthcare? 
  • Learn about the difference between Medicare and managed care organizations. Carrie and Adam explain the ecosystem of paying for value-based healthcare. 
  • Hear Adam discuss the future of healthcare and the innovation he is seeing in value-based care. How are healthcare systems changing to take a 360-degree look at a patient to become more proactive? 
  • Different levels of care have caused the increase in retail healthcare solutions across America with more clinics in pharmacies. How will this continue to change in the next 12-24 months? 
  • With Gen X being the largest population of caretakers, how will technology change to give relief and help this segment of the population to be better caregivers to their parents? 

Want to learn more about VirtualHealth? Follow them on Twitter for more updates. 

Download the "Telemedicine Pros and Cons" White Paper to learn about the patient drivers and use cases for proactive home healthcare.

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