Dwight Wilson and Lisa Deal, Leaders of Mission Hospice and Home Care, San Mateo County’s first hospice program

In 1979, Mission Hospice was established as San Mateo County’s first hospice program.  In the decades that followed, hospice care was transformed.  Dwight and Lisa take us through the history of hospice care, while sharing how Mission Hospice and Home Care has remained a community pillar in the Bay Area. Check out this episode!

Dr. Jay Inuma

Dr. Jay Inuma is a high energy, leading physician with a wealth of experience in medical care, including overseeing care coordination and case management at Methodist Hospital of Southern California .  Known as Dr. Jay to his patients, whom he gives his personal cell number to, he’s served in roles on both the insurance side[…]

Erik Wexler, CEO of Providence Health & Services Southern California, hates the idea of “discharging” patients…but not in the way you might think

When Erik Wexler was recently named CEO of Providence Health & Services in Southern CA, he took over 6 of the most prominent and integral medical centers in the region and their community engagement.  He also played a major role in their recent merger with St. Joseph Health, which created one of the largest and[…]

Scott Ferguson, Director of Social Work at Long Beach Memorial Hospital and President of the Society for Social Work Leadership in Health Care

We love Social Workers on this show and are consistently amazed by their capacity to care for those without champions.  It isn’t very often, however, that we get to see the heartbreaking challenges and heart-warming success stories that these Social Workers face on a day-to-day basis from their point-of-view.  Scott Ferguson is not only the[…]

Secretary of the CA Department of Health & Human Services, Diana Dooley, discusses the future of healthcare in America and why pragmatism can still win

With the CBO Scoring of the Senate healthcare bill due this week, and a vote scheduled before the July 4th break, confusion and frustration regarding the future of healthcare in America and here in California is at an all-time high.  With this is mind, we present you with our timely and extremely topical interview with[…]

CAPG President, Don Crane, on ‘The Model’ and the future of Healthcare in America

With over 300 member physician groups that practice capitated and coordinated care across 44 states,  CAPG has been a long-time leader in advocacy for capitation, helping federal legislators transform the American healthcare system.  Longtime CAPG President Don Crane joins the podcast to shed light on the forward-thinking efforts of CAPG, which has been advocating on[…]

Dr. David Feinberg, former UCLA Health & current Geisinger Health CEO

When Dr. David Feinberg joined UCLA Health System many years ago as a psychiatrist, he wasn’t expecting to one day lead the organization.  However, after becoming CEO during a period of cratering patient satisfaction scores, Dr. Feinberg helped engineer one of the most incredible and well-documented cultural transformations in healthcare, establishing UCLA as one of[…]

Former HomeHero CEO, Kyle Hill, breaks his silence on their shock-exit from the home care industry and what lies ahead for their team

When HomeHero broke onto the home care scene in 2013, their revolutionary approach and enormous venture capital backing took the healthcare world by storm.  However, less than four years later in an article titled “There’s No Magic in Venture-Backed Home Care“, Kyle announced that HomeHero would be leaving home care for good.  In this fascinating[…]