After spending the majority of his career in the traditional system, he was forced to take a hard look at where he was in his career and where he wanted to be.
What really bothered Dr. Williams was the concept of the healthcare system owning patients and viewing them as “products” instead of as people.
Carm Huntress discusses how his company is helping physicians make the most clinically effective and cost-effective decisions for patients.
Gayle Brekke has devoted a significant amount of her career to exploring the question, “Does DPC lead to healthier outcomes and lower costs?”
Drew Ellefsen, CEO of the Benefits Management Team, is changing healthcare through his healthcare advocacy product, BMT Care.
Zevzavadjian discusses the role and challenges of the U.S. government taking on more of the payer.
Achal Patel, CEO and Co-Founder at Cabinet, shares how his company is simplifying and changing the over-the-counter medicine experience for consumers.
Jenny Aghamalian discusses a flurry of legislation across 12+ states that could be harmful to free-market healthcare options like medical cost-sharing organizations and direct primary care.
When one of Dr. Nagaraj Kikkeri’s patients stopped coming in for her colonoscopies and other routine check-ups, he was concerned.
Dr. Farrago shares how he used to fight “tooth and nail” in the traditional health sick system against quality metrics.