The Tale of Two Not-For-Profits Addressing Community Health through Innovation and Partnership
July 28, 2014
Hosted by Robert Chamberlain
As employers in Jacksonville and Northeast Florida continue to provide health benefits to an increasingly less healthy workforce, they are looking for ways to reduce rising healthcare costs, while managing Workers’ Compensation claims, lowering absentee rates and improving productivity. However, these employers lack the necessary expertise and resources to engage their workforce and help them make meaningful changes to their health. Join Robert and his guests, Roland Garcia, senior vice president and CIO at Baptist Health, George Babish, senior vice president of Organizational Advancement at The YMCA of Florida’s First Coast and Gene Lane, vice president at Applied Health Analytics. Baptist Health and The First Coast YMCA have created a joint venture to address the population health needs in Northeast Florida. We will discuss the partnership of these two prolific not-for-profits, its LLC, Corporate Health and the resulting initiative called PATH, Personalized Approach to Health.
Inside Healthcare: Critical Thinking for Turbulent Times
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Inside Healthcare: Critical Thinking for Turbulent Times brings together healthcare and business leaders from our home base of Nashville, Tennessee and throughout the country who are in the trenches, changing the dynamic on how healthcare is delivered in the United States. Our show focuses on those who are breaking down traditional industry barriers to build bridges between organizations and forging the necessary partnerships and infrastructure needed to improve care. Inside Healthcare takes an honest look at today’s health care industry, challenging issues and celebrating solutions in population health management in the commercial market.
Robert Chamberlain is the founder, chairman and CEO of Applied Health Analytics, LLC. He is a veteran executive and noted entrepreneur with over thirty years of experience. Robert travels across the country talking to health systems, hospitals, TPAs, benefit consultants, health organizations and employers to encourage them to take control in today’s healthcare environment and create a new paradigm that meets not only ACA requirements but delivers revenue or contains costs. Robert is a frequent speaker on entrepreneurialism and successful payer-provider partnerships and has authored numerous articles which have appeared in such publications as The Tennessean, Healthcare Financial Management Magazine, Executive Insight, Medical Practice Insider, Benefits and Compensation Digest, Health Management Technology and Modern Healthcare. He was named a Nashville Business Journal 2014 Healthcare Hero.