July 22, 2024

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HIMSSCast: Livongo founder’s new venture seeks to eliminate waste, advocate for patients – with Glen Tullman

Podcast guest Glen Tullman (Photo illustration by Jonah Comstock)Podcast visitor Glen Tullman (Image illustration by Jonah Comstock)

With his new corporation, Transcarent, Glen Tullman and his staff are on the lookout to go by means of self-insured employers to make a healthcare encounter in line with 21st century consumer expectations and totally free of the waste and misaligned incentives endemic in the bigger healthcare method.

It really is a lofty aspiration, and a single that is been tried using just before, with various degrees of achievement – notably with the unsuccessful Amazon-Berkshire Hathaway-JP Morgan Chase venture Haven.

On present day episode, Tullman sits down with host Jonah Comstock, MobiHealthNews Controlling Editor Laura Lovett, and Health care Finance Information Controlling Editor Susan Morse to examine his new company’s mission and sport prepare.

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Conversing Factors:

  • The troubles Transcarent is striving to fix.
  • Earning healthcare practical, as with other industries.
  • What healthcare consumers want: unbiased information, dependable steerage and relieve of accessibility.
  • Bringing collectively the worlds of consumer tech and healthcare … once again.
  • The misnomer of individual engagement.
  • Lessons acquired from Livongo.
  • Relocating toward consumer-directed, constantly-on healthcare.
  • Patients lack a true advocate in healthcare.
  • How Transcarent suits into the transfer to benefit-centered treatment.
  • How to counteract misaligned incentives in healthcare.
  • Discovering and reducing waste in the healthcare method.
  • Hunting in advance to the foreseeable future of telehealth.

Much more about this episode:


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Livongo’s lead investor on what the up coming model of treatment could glance like

Haven disbands, ending speculation on what innovation at these kinds of a scale could do

With selling price transparency an inevitability, hospitals need to have to start off doing work toward compliance