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Are Rising Wages Making a Difference in Healthcare Worker Shortages?

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   Some call it the effects of the pandemic; others call it the great resignation; no matter what label people pin on the U.S. workforce shortage situation, it’s real and healthcare is not immune to these shortages. The healthcare industry is one of the hardest hit, losing 20% of its workforce over the past two years, including 30% of Read more

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Are Rising Wages Making a Difference in Healthcare Worker Shortages?
   Some call it the effects of the pandemic; others call it the great resignation; no matter what label people pin on the U.S. workforce shortage situation, it’s real and Read more
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Bringing Medicines to Market Faster Through Analytics & Machine Learning
  Traditional medicine isn’t generally taken very seriously in the United States. However, Dr. Andrea Small-Howard, President and CSO at GB Sciences explained that “65% of the Read more
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Behind the Clinical Trials for Non-Alcohol Fatty Liver Disease that Can Benefit 30% of Americans
  The Impact Research Institute (IRI) is Waco, Texas’ resource for extending care options for NAFLD (non-alcohol fatty liver disease.) Nadege Gunn is IRI’s Medical Director and Read more
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Providing Real-Time Feedback for Virtual Health
  In this new episode of I Don’t Care, host Kevin Stevenson sits down with Mike Telem, the Co-Founder of Kemtai, a groundbreaking computer vision platform, to discuss their Read more
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Making a Healthy Difference Through Partnerships with Federally Qualified Health Centers
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) are community-based healthcare providers that receive funding to offer primary-care services in low-income and underserved communities. On Read more
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Behavioral Health Is Stepping Out of the Shadows of Healthcare
  Host Kevin Stevenson of the “I Don't Care” podcast talked with Stuart Archer, the CEO of Oceans Healthcare, a behavioral health service provider, about the growth and Read more

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Are Rising Wages Making a Difference in Healthcare Worker Shortages?
November 3, 2022
   Some call it the effects of the pandemic; others call it the great resignation; no matter what label people pin on the U.S. workforce shortage situation, it’s real and healthcare is not immune to these shortages. The healthcare industry is one of the hardest hit, losing 20% of its workforce over the past two years, including 30% of Read more
Bringing Medicines to Market Faster Through Analytics & Machine Learning
September 16, 2022
  Traditional medicine isn’t generally taken very seriously in the United States. However, Dr. Andrea Small-Howard, President and CSO at GB Sciences explained that “65% of the world still use traditional medicine either as their sole medicine or in conjunction with Western medicine.” Depending on the source, traditional plant-based medicine Read more
Behind the Clinical Trials for Non-Alcohol Fatty Liver Disease that Can Benefit 30% of Americans
July 1, 2022
  The Impact Research Institute (IRI) is Waco, Texas’ resource for extending care options for NAFLD (non-alcohol fatty liver disease.) Nadege Gunn is IRI’s Medical Director and President. She joined Kevin Stevenson on I Don't Care to discuss her and her team’s mission to treat NAFLD and other related diseases and conditions. Dr. Gunn is a Read more
Providing Real-Time Feedback for Virtual Health
June 17, 2022
  In this new episode of I Don’t Care, host Kevin Stevenson sits down with Mike Telem, the Co-Founder of Kemtai, a groundbreaking computer vision platform, to discuss their unique approach to telemedicine. Founded in 2019, the Israeli-based company has been utilizing technology in healthcare even before the Covid-19 pandemic began. “We’ve Read more
Making a Healthy Difference Through Partnerships with Federally Qualified Health Centers
June 3, 2022
Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) are community-based healthcare providers that receive funding to offer primary-care services in low-income and underserved communities. On May 18th, 2022, Yuvo Health announced a partnership with four FQHCs. This partnership will enable them to expand these FQHCs reach to even more individuals. Cesar Read more
Behavioral Health Is Stepping Out of the Shadows of Healthcare
April 22, 2022
  Host Kevin Stevenson of the “I Don't Care” podcast talked with Stuart Archer, the CEO of Oceans Healthcare, a behavioral health service provider, about the growth and challenges of behavioral health in hospitals. Currently, the healthcare system is buzzing in behavioral health but there are still some improvements to be made. Even with Read more
Tearing Down the Barrier of Prior Authorization Through Automation
April 15, 2022
If you’ve ever had to chase down a prior authorization before getting your medical procedure approved for coverage, you’re not alone. According to a recent white paper by the American Hospital Association, prior authorization has been found to be a barrier to care, restricting access to coverage for many patients. Paul Shorrosh, founder and CEO of Read more
Best-Selling Author Uses Art To To Teach Interpersonal Development
April 8, 2022
When it comes to improving interpersonal development and character, one doesn’t often think of using art to sharpen their skills. However, attorney and art historian, Amy E. Herman, teaches clients from doctors to FBI agents how to utilize visual intelligence to better problem solve. As an entrepreneur, TED Talks speaker, cancer survivor and author, Read more
Is It Possible for a Health Plan to Simplify Access and Engage its Customers?
March 25, 2022
Healthcare plans are easy when one doesn’t need to use them, but navigating a plan to receive needed care can prove challenging. Ryan Coplon, Co-Founder & President of HealthWallet, believes there is a better way to make order out of the healthcare chaos, and that’s through HealthWallet’s smartphone app. He spoke with Kevin Stevenson about Read more