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EP333: Actually Using Care Plans in the Real World, With (in Order of Appearance) Jeff Hogan, Darrell Moon, Dr. Grace Terrell, Dr. Rich Klasco, Nicole Bradberry, and Kelly Conroy

Relentless Healthcare Value

Recently I was talking to someone, a civilian not in health care, and I mentioned something about how patients don’t always get a treatment plan (a care plan) based on the best evidence or sometimes even any evidence. Here’s how I explained it to him—what this looks like in the real world: Let’s say two patients, patient 1 and patient 2, with the exact same clinical needs and zip code … both these two patients see the exact same doctor. The only difference between these two patients is that they’re two different colors. And let’s add a third patient into this mix: say, ME. Let’s say I have the exact same profile and zip code as those first two patients. I see a different clinician in the same exact practice, though. In all these circumstances, evidence is evidence, right? There should be one care plan that all three of us get when we show up at that same care setting. Until the evidence changes, that is, right? But the reality is that it’s just as likely that those other two patients and I, we all get various shades of different care plans. The civilian I was having the original conversation with about evidence-based medicine and this care planning? He literally recoiled in surprise. He was shocked. He said he thought medicine was more science than that. I’m going to take that anecdote as a data point to suggest that there is a disconnect between what patients think is going on and what is actually going on relative to how care plans tend to happen in health care. Alex Akers from Health Catalyst in episode 176 and Clint Phillips from Medici in episode 201 get into this in detail. You can listen to full episodes and learn more about this week’s guests at relentlesshealthvalue.com.  Jeffrey Hogan is the northeast regional manager for Rogers Benefit Group, a national benefits marketing and consulting firm. Jeff has been with Rogers Benefit Group for 30 years. Additionally, Jeff operates a consulting firm, Upside Health Advisors, where he provides expert witness services on health care–related litigation, is a consultant to payers and large provider groups for product development and launch, and is a resource to employers desirous of implementing strategies to manage their health spend. Jeff is focused on health care payment reform, health policy, care coordination, value-based health care, health care quality, and precision medicine. Jeff regularly appears on national forums focused on moving to value-based health care and is actively working to promote health care–related transparency measures in the market. He serves as the group’s liaison to the National Alliance of Healthcare Purchaser Coalitions. Jeff is the regional leader for The Leapfrog Group. He is also one of the coordinators of Connecticut’s Moving to Value Alliance. Darrell Moon founded Orriant in 1996 to change the dynamics of health care and give employers some control over the ever-increasing costs of the health care benefits they offer their employees. Darrell believed that engaging individuals in the management of their own health was a key that had to be inserted back into the economic equation of health care. Darrell received both his bachelor’s degree in finance and his master’s degree in healthcare administration from Brigham Young University. As the CEO, COO, or CFO, Darrell managed medical and psychiatric hospitals throughout the country for over 10 years prior to creating Orriant. He also has more than a decade of experience managing insurance and managed care products. Darrell is a Forbes leadership contributor. Grace E. Terrell, MD, MMM, is CEO of Eventus WholeHealth, a company focused on integrated value-based behavioral medicine and primary care in the long-term care space. She is a national thought leader in health care innovation and delivery system reform and a serial entrepreneur in population health outcomes driven through patient care model design, clinical and information integration, and value-based payment models. She is the former CEO of Cornerstone Health Care, one of the first medical groups to make the “move to value” by lowering the cost of care and improving its quality for the sickest, most vulnerable patients; the founding CEO of CHESS, a population health management company; and the former CEO of Envision Genomics, a company focused on the integration of precision medicine technology into population health frameworks for patients with rare and undiagnosed diseases. Dr. Terrell currently serves on the US Department of Health and Human Services Physician-Focused Payment Model Technical Advisory Committee and the board of the AMGA (American Medical Group Association), is a founding member of the Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center, and is the coauthor of Value-Based Healthcare and Payment Models. Rich Klasco, MD, FACEP, has focused throughout his career on rendering evidence-based medicine operational—that is, making the right thing the easy thing to do. He has pursued this goal in academia, in industry, in policy, and in the press. In addition to publishing extensively in both peer-reviewed journals such as JAMA and lay publications such as The New York Times, Dr. Klasco has taught at leading academic medical centers, including Harvard, Stanford, Mayo, and the University of California, San Francisco; served on the executive committee of Brigham and Women’s Hospital Center for Patient Safety Research and Practice; testified before the United States Congress on evidence-based practices; and won CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) approval for an officially designated compendium of evidence-based oncologic drug information. Dr. Klasco previously served as chief medical officer and editor-in-chief for the Thomson Reuters group of health care companies, where he had editorial responsibility for companies including Micromedex, the Physicians’ Desk Reference (PDR), and the United States Pharmacopoeia (USP) Drug Information. For the past 15 years, Dr. Klasco has served as chief medical officer for Motive Medical Intelligence, where he provides clinical leadership for the development and deployment of solutions that quantitative assess physician performance for payers, providers, and patients, and integrate scientific knowledge into workflow systems where it can be accessed and applied in real-time. Dr. Klasco received his medical degree from Harvard Medical School. He completed his internship and residency in internal medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and he completed his residency in emergency medicine at the Denver Health Residency in Emergency Medicine, where he served as chief resident. Nicole Bradberry is the founder and chief of growth and innovation officer for MIND 24-7. MIND 24-7 runs mental health crisis centers with a focus on immediate access, quality care, and the understanding that mental health and substance abuse drive significant health cost. She is also the founder of ValueH Network, which aggregates high-performing value-based care network providers in order to enable the best performance in new innovate contracts. In addition, she is currently the chief executive officer and chairman of the board of the Florida Association of ACOs (FLAACOs). FLAACOs is the premier professional organization for accountable care organizations (ACOs) throughout Florida which provides education and collaboration in the fee for value health care space. Nicole spent 16 years leading operations and information technology programs for UnitedHealth Group and Cigna HealthCare. While there, she served as business lead for the technology transformation of the country’s largest dental and vision services company, led the national deployment of health care quality and affordability programs, and was responsible for the successful integration of many major health plans. Nicole holds a bachelor’s degree in statistics from the University of Florida. She has been recognized for her personal and professional achievements many times, recently as the nation’s Outstanding Midmarket IT Leader of the Year and one of the Business Journal’s “Women of Influence.” She is often found on the speaker faculty for health care conferences focused on ACOs, population health, and value-based care. She is passionate about changing health care and enabling physicians to provide high-quality, cost-effective, and consumer-focused care. Kelly A. Conroy is director of Pinnacle Healthcare Consulting and brings more than 30 years of health care finance, management, and leadership experience with significant experience in value-based care. As a leader in the field, she’d contributed through multiple start-up health care companies with a leading-edge focus on advancements in care delivery and alignment. Kelly started the first Medicare ACO in the country, which delivered nearly $40 million in savings in its first year and has gone on to manage some of the most profitable ACOs in the country. She is now sought after as a senior advisor and consultant, having developed a reputation as one of the most experienced and effective ACO professionals in the country. As a true catalyst driving the shift in health care culture toward physician leadership, her understanding and strategic vision are unmatched, along with her comprehension of the latest government-proposed valued-based agreements. From starting health care organizations to serving in multiple senior executive leadership roles, Kelly is a seasoned executive with a career record of negotiating and increasing revenues through new product offerings while optimizing efficiency and productivity in the medical field. 02:10 Jeff Hogan (EP309) talks about the consequences of when there’s a disconnect between what the patient thinks is happening and what is actually happening in a care plan.03:48 EP315 with Bob Matthews. 03:58 Merrill Goozner’s perspective on successful population health.04:55 Why did Darrell Moon (EP305) give up being a hospital administrator because of care plans? 08:02 “It’s a myth that population medicine … and precision medicine are incompatible or opposites.”—Dr. Grace Terrell (EP319) 11:28 Dr. Rich Klasco (EP321) explains “noncognitive” medicine and why it bogs physicians down.14:45 What is at the core of appropriateness for care? 16:33 “You start to bring that data to the physician, and it really does open their eyes.”—Nicole Bradberry (EP324) 16:51 Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy (EP324) discuss how to really change the way physicians work. You can listen to full episodes and learn more about this week’s guests at relentlesshealthvalue.com.  Jeff Hogan, Darrell Moon, @gracet22, Dr. Rich Klasco, Nicole Bradberry, and Kelly Conroy discuss #careplans in our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What are the consequences when there’s a disconnect between what the patient thinks is happening, and what is actually happening in a care plan? Jeff Hogan, Darrell Moon, @gracet22, Dr. Rich Klasco, Nicole Bradberry, and Kelly Conroy discuss #careplans in our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Why did Darrell Moon give up being a hospital administrator because of care plans? Jeff Hogan, Darrell Moon, @gracet22, Dr. Rich Klasco, Nicole Bradberry, and Kelly Conroy discuss #careplans in our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It’s a myth that population medicine … and precision medicine are incompatible or opposites.” Jeff Hogan, Darrell Moon, @gracet22, Dr. Rich Klasco, Nicole Bradberry, and Kelly Conroy discuss #careplans in our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is “noncognitive” medicine, and why does it bog physicians down? Jeff Hogan, Darrell Moon, @gracet22, Dr. Rich Klasco, Nicole Bradberry, and Kelly Conroy discuss #careplans in our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is at the core of appropriateness for care? Jeff Hogan, Darrell Moon, @gracet22, Dr. Rich Klasco, Nicole Bradberry, and Kelly Conroy discuss #careplans in our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You start to bring that data to the physician, and it really does open their eyes.” Jeff Hogan, Darrell Moon, @gracet22, Dr. Rich Klasco, Nicole Bradberry, and Kelly Conroy discuss #careplans in our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How do you really change the way physicians work? Jeff Hogan, Darrell Moon, @gracet22, Dr. Rich Klasco, Nicole Bradberry, and Kelly Conroy discuss #careplans in our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest’s name for their latest RHV episode! Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica, Joe Connolly, Marshall Allen, Andrew Eye, Naomi Fried, Dr Rishi Wadhera, Dr Mai Pham, Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy, Lee Lewis, Dr Arshad Rahim, Dr Monica Lypson, Dr Rich Klasco, Dr David Carmouche (AEE15), Christian Milaster, Dr Grace Terrell, Troy Larsgard, Josh LaRosa, Dr David Carmouche (EP316), Bob Matthews, Dr Douglas Eby (AEE14), Dr Sheldon Weiss, Dan Strause and Drew Leatherberry, Dr Douglas Eby (EP312), Ge Bai, Sumit Nagpal, Dr Vikas Saini and Shannon Brownlee

18mins

12 Aug 2021

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Scott Schilling Speaks with "Healthcare Innovation Specialist" Darrell Moon - S2 Episode 22

Scott Schilling Speaks

Scott sits down with Darrell Moon, Founder and CEO of Orriant, who is passionate about improving population health by changing population behavior one person at a time. After running 10 different hospitals across the United States, Darrell left the treatment side of healthcare to focus on keeping people healthy, so they didn’t need a hospital. His success at improving both population behavior as well as population mental health for over 20 years. Scott Schilling sits down with today's movers, shakers and money makers as they share the tips, techniques and strategies that have allowed them to become the best of the best in their particular field of expertise.

29mins

23 Jul 2021

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Aspirational Healthcare: Employer-Led Disruptive Change and the Nuka System of Care, with Darrell Moon

The Race to Value Podcast

Only 25% of health is in the control of the healthcare system. So why does our country continue to pump the majority of its health care spending into a deficit-based health care model that focuses solely on the science of doing something to the individual? Aspirational Healthcare is a better answer, spending 75% on supporting the individual in the ownership and management of their own health. And employer-driven reform is the key that will unlock aspirational healthcare for millions nationwide. Our guest this week is Darrell Moon, CEO of Orriant, a company that changes the dynamics of health care and gives employers control over the ever-increasing costs of the health care benefits they offer their employees. Join us as we discuss the Nuka System of Care in Alaska, employer-driven reform, and the principles of Aspirational Healthcare – all are important milestones on the race to value! Episode Bookmarks: 1:45 What is an Aspirational Healthcare System? 2:50 Background on Darrell Moon, CEO of Orriant 3:20 Background on Nuka System of Care (the role model for Aspirational Healthcare) 4:30 The Aspirational Healthcare Conference (July 14-15, 2021) 5:20 Darrell talks about his recent discovery of Nuka System of Care and how it inspired him 6:00 Southcentral Foundation instituted a total system-wide transformation of care with Nuka 7:30 Referencing Dr. Doug Eby of Nuka and the requirements of an ideal health system 8:45 Training workers to be “partnering influencers” rather than just diagnosticians and treatment planners 9:40 The current healthcare system has an improperly skilled workforce (Aspirational Healthcare addresses this first!) 11:55 CQI drives us to meet the needs of the customer, but it doesn’t work in FFS 12:45 Business Leaders and the Federal Government are really the true customer in the American healthcare system (not the patient!) 14:00 Darrell talks about why employers are a transformational force to a more customer-centric health ecosystem 16:00 Employers need to create incentives in their healthcare purchasing model to empower change 17:00 Why would the system ever change on its own?  Employers must take the lead! 18:00 Darrell explains an Aspirational Healthcare investment strategy for employers to follow 19:00 Creating a “massively powerful” primary care system 19:30 The importance of influencers in improving patient outcomes 20:30 Investing in Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) for employees to pay deductibles and copays 21:50 ‘Poor health’ costing employers $530B on top of the $880B they already spend in premium dollars! 23:30 Southcentral Foundation demanded “perfect healthcare” in creating Nuka twenty years ago (and it worked!) 24:30 Lessons learned from Haven’s failure being applied with Amazon Care and Walmart Health 24:50 The founding of employer-sponsored group health insurance in WWII 25:50 The leadership of Regina Herzlinger in creating Health Reimbursement Accounts 27:20 Darrell discusses what Amazon Care will look like when it completes its’ healthcare strategy! 28:30 Employers will move away from Employer-Sponsored Group Health Insurance in the next ten years! 30:00 Nuka’s relationship-based healthcare system is centered around “massively powerful primary care” 31:00 Building a Direct Primary Care practice based on a prescription model 32:45 Primary Care Quarterbacking to reduce medical errors associated with lack of specialty care coordination 33:30 Direct Primary Care is doing what Nuka did by creating a “massively powerful primary care” model. 35:30 Darrell discusses the impact of behavioral health integration on improving cost and clinical outcomes 37:30 Implementing strategies to address Complex Behavioral Change to improve population health 39:00 Creating relationships based on trust is key to helping patients 39:45 Balancing the amygdala (emotion) and prefrontal cortex (reasoning) functions of the human brain 41:20 The need to destigmatize mental health and create earlier interventions through surveying and health coaching 43:00 Managing catastrophic mental health issues through innovation 45:00 Apps and digital solutions are only part of the answer.  Relationships are the most important thing! 47:30 Nuka’s Results (40% reduction in ER visits, 36% reduction in hospital admits, etc.) 48:30 How Nuka builds trusting relationships from effective storytelling! 50:00 Nuka as the best organization (in any industry) that has implemented CQI! 51:30 Darrell discusses how Edward Deming’s focus on customers relates to servant leadership 53:00 “The solvency of your organization is your customer.” 54:00 Register for the Aspirational Healthcare conference at https://aspirationalhealthcare.com/

55mins

12 Jul 2021

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Expert Interview: Darrell Moon, Mental Wellbeing After Covid-19

RETURNS ON WELLBEING INSTITUTE PODCAST

24mins

1 May 2021

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EP305: The 1% Most Expensive Claimants Racking Up Massive FFS Bills and Still Not Getting the Help They Need From Our Health Care System, With Darrell Moon, CEO of Orriant

Relentless Healthcare Value

My guest in this health care podcast is Darrell Moon, who is the CEO over at Orriant. I was super intrigued by some of the work that Darrell and his team are doing regarding high-cost claimants. Said a different and probably better way, certain people in need of care were identified because they were costing so much. Year after year after year, these individuals—I call them hyper-users during this episode, but it’s possible I made that term up myself—these hyper-users were getting all kinds of expensive health care, while at the same time, they were not getting any better. So, Darrell and his team realized that something was afoot here, and it turned out to be a combination of maybe loneliness, maybe low self-esteem and low self-efficacy. And no matter how many times you go to the cardiologist or the rheumatologist or the pulmonologist, none of those things will be cured. In fact, when someone’s identity becomes their myriad of health issues, they have a sort of perverse incentive, if you think about it, not to follow any of their doctor’s recommendations to take meds or make lifestyle changes. So, while their underlying condition—low self-esteem, low self-efficacy—remains untreated, their physical health tends to actually get worse, not better, despite all the medical attention. What’s necessary to help this type of patient is the best that behavioral science has to offer. A nuance I found really interesting and important in the work that Darrell is doing is that it’s pretty easy to identify a hyper-user from someone with a horrid chronic condition simply requiring a lot of care. The hyper-users will respond and appreciate the extra attention that a behavioral health coach/program has to offer. In contrast, those with other ailments will just merely get annoyed—usually on the quick—so they exclude themselves from the program. Sidebar: My guest Darrell Moon is organizing an Aspirational Healthcare Conference for July 14 and 15, 2021. In that virtual meeting, the intent will be to highlight Southcentral Foundation’s Nuka System of Care in Alaska and other similar health care models that achieve much better health care outcomes at half the cost. So, check that out if you are so inclined. Thanks so much also to Lee Lewis from the HTA (Health Transformation Alliance) for the introduction to Darrell and Orriant. You can learn more at orriant.com. Darrell Moon founded Orriant in 1996 to change the dynamics of health care and give employers some control over the ever-increasing costs of the health care benefits they offer their employees. Darrell believed that engaging individuals in the management of their own health was a key that had to be inserted back into the economic equation of health care. Darrell received both his bachelor’s degree in finance and his master’s degree in healthcare administration from Brigham Young University. As the CEO, COO, or CFO, Darrell managed medical and psychiatric hospitals throughout the country for over 10 years prior to creating Orriant. He also has more than a decade of experience managing insurance and managed care products. Darrell is a Forbes leadership contributor. 03:11 What do CEOs want out of the health care system? 04:52 Is it a good strategy to focus on high-cost claimants? 07:04 Who are the people year over year that wind up in the high-cost claimant pool? 07:50 “Really, you have to get to the crux of the problem, which is … they’ve become a victim … to the health care system.” 08:16 Who are these “hyper-users” and how do we define them? 11:35 “Getting that person to have a regular relationship with someone isn’t the hard part; the hard part is then helping them to build their self-esteem.” 13:20 “That’s the key to building self-esteem—is helping people accomplish what’s most important to them.” 14:57 Why helping a patient not to view themselves as a victim helps them manage their care better. 17:45 “It’s often less the training and the right personality of the person.” 18:54 Do health outcomes correlate with the self-esteem of the patient? 19:28 “If you want to identify future claims, ask people two questions: 1) Tell me about your health … and 2) Tell me about your social experience.” 21:21 “They’re the customer/owner of their own health.” 24:23 “How do you help not just the 1% but everybody [in health care]?” 27:16 “The ideal environment is to have a massively powerful primary care team.” 27:47 “Having an influence on that person and what they do and how they behave is more important than getting the diagnosis right.” 29:34 “It’s not about just when [people] reach out … but [getting] people to reach out early.” You can learn more at orriant.com. Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What do CEOs want out of the health care system? Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Is it a good strategy to focus on high-cost claimants? Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Really, you have to get to the crux of the problem, which is … they’ve become a victim … to the health care system.” Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Getting that person to have a regular relationship with someone isn’t the hard part; the hard part is then helping them to build their self-esteem.” Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “That’s the key to building self-esteem—is helping people accomplish what’s most important to them.” Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It’s often less the training and the right personality of the person.” Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If you want to identify future claims, ask people two questions: 1) Tell me about your health … and 2) Tell me about your social experience.” Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “They’re the customer/owner of their own health.” Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “The ideal environment is to have a massively powerful primary care team.” Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Having an influence on that person and what they do and how they behave is more important than getting the diagnosis right.” Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It’s not about just when [people] reach out … but [getting] people to reach out early.” Darrell Moon of @Orriant discusses #ffs and #healthcarecosts on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth

32mins

14 Jan 2021

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214: Creating a Culture of Mental Health Awareness with Darrell Moon, Founder of Orriant

Redesigning Wellness Podcast

Addressing workforce mental and emotional health is a wellness strategy many organizations have been hesitant to embrace. However, with the emergence of the pandemic, mental health offerings have become increasingly necessary to address employee needs. Today’s guest, Darrell Moon, founder of Orriant, has discovered that managing population mental health can translate into spending far less on medical claims. With more than 10 years of experience running psychiatric and medical hospitals across the country, Darrell Moon now applies his expertise as a speaker, CEO consultant, Healthcare Innovation Specialist, Forbes Business Council Member, and Forbes Leadership Contributor. In this episode, Darrell discusses strategies that work in managing population mental health as well as practices that are less helpful. He offers tips on creating a culture of mental health awareness in the workplace and what barriers he believes make companies unwilling to address mental health.  Darrell shares a few strategies for proactively engaging employees with resources and how wellness professionals can make the case for mental health management to executives. Lastly, he leaves listeners with a tangible tip on helping people change behaviors. This podcast episode is brought to you by Kynd Kits. Kynd Kits are volunteer projects in a box that come delivered to your doorstep with 100% of the materials needed to do a meaningful volunteer experience by yourself, or with your family. With COVID cancelling so many in-person volunteer experiences, this is the perfect way to continue to give back from home, and 100% of the proceeds go to benefit a mental health non-profit called Project Helping.   These are great for corporate volunteer experiences, or at home volunteering with your family and friends. Head over to KyndKit.com and the first 50 people to put in the code RWpodcast can order a completely free Kynd Kit to try out! For links mentioned in today's episode visit: http://bit.ly/Redesignpod

41mins

28 Oct 2020

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E28: Former Hospital CEO turned PopHealth Expert and healthcare affordability advocate Darrell Moon steps into Dr. Luke’s Waiting Room: The Healthcare Authority Podcast to be interviewed by his alter ego

Spend Less, Live Well- With Dr. Josh Luke

Former Hospital CEO turned PopHealth Expert and healthcare affordability advocate Darrell Mon steps into Dr. Luke’s Waiting Room: The Healthcare Authority Podcast to be interviewed by his alter ego, former hospital CEO, PopHealth Expert and affordability advocate Dr. Josh Luke. 

30mins

8 Nov 2019

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Podcast Interview: Darrell Moon

RETURNS ON WELLBEING INSTITUTE PODCAST

Darrell Moon is the founder and CEO of Orriant, a workplace wellbeing organization that provides services to employers nationwide for over two decades. Darrell brought his behavioral health background to bear in emphasizing the importance of overcoming mental/behavioral barriers to better health.A strong proponent of “wellbeing,” his program emphasizes the whole person approach, and Orriant brings to bear a full-service workplace wellbeing menu that emphasizes personal, one-on-one coaching and accountability. Orriant’s website posts data demonstrating its successes with employers. Darrell and his company embody the sort of approach espoused by Returns On Wellbeing.Click here to read the edited transcript of the podast inteview with Darrell Moon.

26mins

18 Apr 2018

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Darrell Moon - Controlling Health Care Costs

Exit Coach Radio

Darrell Moon is the CEO of Orriant, a company focused on Corporate Wellness. Today, he will discuss health care costs and how your business can control them.  Questions Answered: 1) How much does the US spend on healthcare every year?2) How much of that is due to poor health habits?3) What are the "best practices" of engaging people in changing their behavior?Contact Info:  Website: www.orriant.comEmail: darrell@orriant.comWhat can you do RIGHT NOW to work on making your Business more Sustainable, Transferable and Valuable in the future? Visit our Online Planning Links at www.ExitCoachRadio.com/links Sponsors: Exit & Retirement Strategies, Inc. | BEI |Jeffrey M Verdon Law Group |  Albert J Rasch & Associates | Ghassemian Law Group Listening from an iPhone or iPad? Get our App in the App Store: click here

17mins

22 Nov 2016