There are many trends out there that play key roles in how healthcare consumerism might experience growth or restraint.
Understanding how they all work together is a bit of a challenge, but it’s one we’re talking through in this week’s panel discussion.
Jeffrey Carlisle, CEO at Pneuma Systems Corporation; Howard Rosen, CEO and Founder of LifeWIRE; and Brent Wright, Associate Dean for Rural Health Innovation at the University of Louisville join me again for another roundtable discussion of all things innovation.
Have you ever wondered how factors such as inequality, access, the FDA — or even our own understanding of the solutions we bring to market — might hamper progress or push digital health and innovation forward? If so, buckle up: this ride’s for you.
Here are the show highlights:
- How to navigate entry into digital healthcare (0:40)
- Understanding healthcare access and inequities (8:32)
- Customer discovery: where’s the logic and rationality? (14:49)
- The FDA’s role in regulations and consumerization (18:10)
- 4 companies that make consumerism look easy (26:27)
- What we, as consumers, can do to grow healthcare consumerism (34:51)
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Jeffrey Carlisle is CEO at Pneuma Systems Corporation. He earned his ScB in Applied Math/Biology from Brown University.
If you’d like to get in touch with Jeffrey after the show, feel free to reach out to him via LinkedIn at Jeffrey Carlisle or via email at JeffreyCarlisle@me.com.
Howard Rosen is CEO and Founder of LifeWIRE Group. He earned his HBBA in Economics and Marketing and an MBA in International Finance/Marketing from York University, Schulich School of business.
Brent Wright is the Associate Dean for Rural Health Innovation at the University of Louisville. He earned his BS in Human Studies from the University of Kentucky and his Masters in Medical Management from the University of Southern California