Using Tech to Navigate Well-Being – Jeff Arnold, CEO of Sharecare
Raise the Line
“I think today’s young doctors will lead the digital health revolution. They've grown up with the technology and they understand the power of connectivity and social media and being on all the time, but in a good way,” says Jeff Arnold, a digital information pioneer with decades of success creating and leading companies that leverage technology to provide easy access to knowledge, including WebMD and HowStuffWorks. Since 2010, he's been Chairman and CEO of Sharecare, a leading health and wellness engagement platform that provides people with personalized information, programs, and resources to improve their health -- whether they download the Sharecare app themselves or access its platform through a self-insured employer health plan or, coming soon, health system. This week, the company will begin trading on the NASDAQ exchange. In this revealing conversation with host Shiv Gaglani, Arnold describes the company’s goal to be a one-stop-shopping platform to connect people to their doctor, health plan, employer, and help them navigate their well-being. You won’t want to miss this chance to learn about where digital health is going in the next decade.
Jeff Arnold, since 1990, he has been the president of Rightsure, software that connects insurance consumers to affordable rates. Most recently he also wrote ‘How to Beat Your Insurance Company’, which is all about how to beat your insurance company—once and for all. Depending on the organization size, this can often lead to saving hundreds of thousands of dollars each year. Jeff teaches us how he scaled from one company to over 60.
Leading Your Business and Your Employees with Incredible Service with Jeff Arnold
Men Made for More Podcast
Starting a business is one of the most challenging endeavors many people will make. It’s one thing to succeed financially - but a totally different ball game to provide world class service to your employees and customers. Learn how Jeff Arnold has built the systems and structure needed that allows him to have the challenging conversations that helps his business and team to grow.Reach out to Dr. Dave with thoughts on the podcast or any guests/topics you want to see more of - Text (760) 477-4361 to connect or DM on Instagram @DrDavePacConnect with Jeff and learn more about his books and resources at his website https://jeffarnold.com/
Jeff Arnold, Founder of WebMD and Sharecare, on Reimagining Healthcare Through Technology
How Success Happens
Jeff Arnold’s storied career began with founding QDS, a cardiac arrhythmia monitoring company, one of the first organizations to use telemedicine. He then founded WebMD, the first healthcare company to harness the internet’s power to create a destination for consumers, healthcare institutions, and physicians. Today, Arnold runs Sharecare, a digital health company helping people manage their needs in one place. In this episode, Arnold details his journey and how he’s shaped the healthcare world.
Dr. Jeff Arnold - When environmental, societal and governance needs marry in the right way.
Futures In Focus
Climate change and its implications have been the third rail for much of the world for a long time. No one economy and no one government has ever locked into a sustainable model between government and business. Now might be the moment where that third rail concept is solved. Today’s discussion on a personal and scientific level with one of the world’s leading climate scientists, Dr. Jeff Arnold who is the chief climate researcher for the US army core of engineers is a unique insight into how the moment may now have transpired to make a change. There are four factors colliding here for real change: Raw processing power, a new generational focus, commercial interests, and pure evidence. Dr. Arnold talks as a scientist in the global community of climate change professionals about a refreshing view to what could be very possible by 2030 with three driving factors, connecting together in a positive and effective manner.
1. “Neighbor Doesn’t Just Mean The Person Next Door” ~Jeff Arnold
Hey Neighbor ATX
Jeff Arnold is not just a clever podcast co-host… he’s also a filmmaker, photographer, musician and new dad. In this episode you’ll hear stories from Jeff’s travels and experiences interviewing people all over the world. He also shares what led him to plant roots in Austin, what being a new dad has taught him, and how being a storyteller trapped at home during a pandemic is what he’s calling “a season of reboot.”
Jeff Arnold: The Tucson Agent Disrupting InsurTech
Insurance Agency Trendsetters
#018 – Contrary to popular belief that InsurTech is disrupting the insurance industry, Tucson agent Jeff Arnold says we’re actually the ones in control. Find out how he is integrating the best of InsurTech with the unique talents of the independent agent to deliver a better experience to his agency customers. In this episode, we dive into InsurTech – past, present, and future and talk about how technology is allowing us to speed up the insurance buying cycle. Plus, we talk about how agents are outperforming InsurTech companies. Jeff also explains how he eliminated traditional phones in his agency a decade ago and how it helped them go remote during the COVID lockdown. Like many business, Jeff has seen an impact from the pandemic. He tells us about how the pandemic impacted his new business flow and how they are bouncing back from the challenge. Plus, he talks about how he’s using an artificial intelligence device and a robot as employees in his agency. As we wrap up, Jeff gives us some insight into who can be successful in the insurance industry – you’ll be surprised!Find out more about Jeff and his many business ventures in the insurance industry at www.jeffarnold.com For full show notes go to:www. Insuranceagencytrendsetters.com/018Be sure to click “subscribe” so you don’t miss any upcoming episodes, including unannounced bonus episodes.
Asking the Governor to Veto a Rural Broadband Bill, With Jeff Arnold
Rural Broadband Today
Jeff Arnold, Executive Director of the Association of Louisiana Electric Cooperatives, discusses the grassroots efforts it took to persuade the Louisiana governor to veto a bill that would have likely limited broadband access to Louisiana's underserved citizens.
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