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Ep. 14: Rebuilding Primary Care w/ Dave Chase

Faisel and Friends: A Primary Care Podcast

If health is our home, then primary care is the strong foundation. Although, in the last few decades, large patient panels, burnout, and billing have contributed to wear-and-tear on primary care doctors across the nation. In order to change healthcare in America we must repair the cracks in the foundation. This week on Faisel & Friends, we will discuss “Rebuilding Primary Care” with Dave Chase. After all, there’s no well-functioning healthcare system in the world not built on proper primary care.Being a doctor is your calling because you couldn’t imagine doing anything else. Let's talk about your career goals in medicine. Connect with us and tell us how you dream of practicing medicine. Want to learn more about how we do healthcare? Visit our resource center and check out how we are transforming healthcare. Don't forget subscribe to ChenMed Rx to receive the latest news and articles from ChenMed.

37mins

3 Jun 2021

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Episode # 120 – Dave Chase is Back for Round 2 and We Discuss What is Actually Fixed Already Thanks to the Enlightened Advisors at Health Rosetta.

Primary Care Cures

In this episode Dave Chase, Co-Founder and CEO of Health Rosetta comes back on the show. Here Dave discusses the story of Forgotten Frank, the hypothetical middle America hardworking guy that has not seen a wage gain in over 20 years. Not because the employer isn’t spending a bunch more money on Frank, but because all of those dollars have been stolen away by the bloat and waste. Dave also does a deep dive into what the waste and bloat is, how Americans are sick of it, and how the pandemic has impacted it. He shares some real rays of hope in that healthcare is fixed, you just have to know where to find the fixes.. Luckily, Dave and Ron discuss where to find them. Dave is the creator of the Health Rosetta and cofounder of the Health Rosetta ecosystem. Co-founder of the Health Rosetta that consists of 2 main pillars: Impact: Education/accreditation that is building the LEED-like ecosystem for healthcare; Media that includes the film and books. The Big Heist is the first fiercely non-partisan film to tackle healthcare. We also publish The CEO’s Guide to Restoring the American Dream: How to deliver world class healthcare to your employees at half the cost and The Opioid Crisis Wake-Up Call; Investment: Backing the transformation of healthcare including the Quad Aim Fund, a seed stage venture fund and working with family offices on special purpose vehicle investments in healthcare’s transformation. Chase’s TEDx talk entitled “Healthcare Stole the American Dream – Here’s How We Take it Back” sums up healthcare’s devastation of the middle class and the redemption coming via a bottom-up movement. Chase was named one of the most influential people in Digital Health due to his entrepreneurial success, speaking & writing. He delights in sharing how high-performing organizations have solved healthcare’s toughest challenges. Chase co-authored the healthcare Book of the Year in in 2014. Chase was the CEO/Co-founder of Avado, acquired by & integrated into WebMD & Medscape (the most widely used healthcare professional site). Before Avado, Chase spent several years outside of healthcare in startups as founder or consulting roles with LiveRez.com, MarketLeader, & WhatCounts. He also played founding & leadership roles in launching two new $1B+ businesses within Microsoft including their $2 billion healthcare platform business. Chase is a father of two great kids/athletes, husband & oxygen-fueled mountain athlete. His 2014 team placed 3rd in their division & 24th overall (of 500 teams) the US’ oldest adventure race where Dave tackled the Nordic ski leg. Dave was a former PAC-12 800 Meter competitor. Read the Transcript The post Episode # 120 – Dave Chase is Back for Round 2 and We Discuss What is Actually Fixed Already Thanks to the Enlightened Advisors at Health Rosetta. appeared first on Primary Care Cures.

32mins

28 May 2021

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Fly By Night: Contract 2021 with Captain Dave Chase and Captain Pat May

FDX ALPA Podcast

In this episode of our podcast, we talk with MEC Chairman, Captain Dave Chase and Negotiating Committee Chairman, Captain Pat May. They discuss the process in preparing for upcoming negotiations, the MEC Negotiating Goal, the protocol agreement, openers and the pilots’ role as we move into bargaining for Contract 2021.Click here to view the transcript.

14mins

12 Mar 2021

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Relocalizing Health and the Future of Value-Based Care, with Dave Chase

The Race to Value Podcast

Last year, research at Johns Hopkins showed that healthcare consumes nearly half of all federal spending, which includes funding for Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, military health benefits, health benefits for federal employees and their dependents, plus interest. Our federal government spends 48% of its money on health care and still healthcare devastates state budgets all across this country, with serious consequences in public health, education and other national priorities. This week’s guest, Dave Chase, is the Creator, Co-Founder, and CEO of Health Rosetta. Health Rosetta is an ecosystem enabling public and private employers and unions to reduce their health benefits spending by 20% or more while improving the quality of care for plan members. Dave is also the author of Relocalizing Health: Relocalization is a strategy to build communities based on the local production of food, energy and goods.  When applied to healthcare, a relocalization effort bring about systematic change – it could lead to strengthened local economies, improved population health, higher value in care delivery, and health equity. Dave expounds that health doesn’t start with a pill or in a hospital. It starts at home, with parents, with neighborhoods, with workplaces, and communities. Relocalization will be an important key for winning the race to value! Episode Bookmarks: 04:05 Defining the Relocalizing Health strategy and why it needs to be applied to healthcare 05:45 How to create systems change at a grassroots level 06:25 Applying a systems change model that focuses on adaptable replication (not scalability) 07:15 The Nuka System of Care in Southcentral Alaska as an example of a successful effort to relocalize health care 07:25 Rosen Hotels as another example of creating a consumer-oriented redesign of health care 07:40 Learning from the Jönköping Health System in Sweden 08:35 “Transformation moves at the speed of trust, and trust is built on complete transparency.” 08:50 How the legal and economic underpinnings of health plans are ‘completely rotten’ and must be made transparent 09:15 Seeking transparency in the way health insurance brokers are paid 09:27 “There is no well-functioning healthcare system in the world not built on proper primary care.” 09:35 “Healthcare isn’t expensive — only 27 cents of every healthcare dollar goes to clinicians who are the value creators. What’s expensive is profiteering, price gouging, administrative bloat, and fraud.” 10:00 Dave discusses the advancements of modern-day computing as an example of why we need to work on the fractals of healthcare (i.e. the piece parts) 11:05 Research from Marty Makary showing that the federal government spends 48% of its money on health care 12:55 A broken financing model for hospitals steals from public health, kids, education, social services, and public infrastructure 13:15 Economic Development 3.0: Playing the Health Card 13:35 How considering every hospitalization as a failure is a starting point for reform 14:30 The economic depression of the middle class due to wage stagnation, and how that was caused by healthcare costs 15:30 The Millennial Generation is the first generation in American history where life will not be better for their parents because healthcare is stealing their future 16:35 Referencing David Goldhill’s Catastrophic Care: Why Everything We Think We Know about Health Care 16:55 “I believe the Millennial Generation can be the greatest generation of this century.” 17:45 Massive student debt and how healthcare has driven up the costs of Higher Education 19:51 The national opioid epidemic crisis that is devasting communities.  More than 760,000 people have died since 1999 from a drug overdose, and two out of three drug overdose deaths involve an opioid. 21:45 The opioid crisis isn’t an anomaly – it is our healthcare system.  The key unwitting enabler is the employer. 23:45 The #1 cause of death for Millennials is opioid addiction 25:00 “Proper primary care is the answer to the opioid crisis, and that is the bottom line.”  (referencing Rosen Hotels approach to primary care) 26:00 Eric reflects on his experience visiting a concentration camp and how we must never repeat history 27:00 Employer-paid Benefits tax break estimated at over $600 billion, making it the largest tax break in the tax code, and the primary wage suppression driver 28:05 Policy recommendations to the Biden Administration: 1) Enforce ERISA, 2) Fix the procurement process to eliminate fraud and waste, 3) provide flexibility to  Community-Owned Health Plans 31:30 Using social Impact investing and opportunity zones to support promote health equity and social justice 32:45 Zubin Damania and The Health 3.0 Movement as a roadmap 33:55 Comparing the LEED green building standard to how relocalization of health at the community level can drive system change 35:00 How Paul Grundy got the name the “godfather” of the Patient-Centered Medical Home 36:30 The 5 things business leaders can do to make healthcare “LOCAL” 38:30 Fully-actualized, value-based primary care is the linchpin to success and how it allowed Rosen Hotels to spend 55% less per capita on health benefits than their competitors 39:40 The mistakes made by Haven (the Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, and JPMorgan Chase healthcare partnership) and why jumbo employers struggle to drive change 40:40 Mid-market (companies that have 50-5,000 employees) is where the disruption really happen in employer healthcare 41:15 The Wal-Mart / Oak Street Health partnership as an example of effective large-scale change in managing complex medical conditions 42:30 Over 50% of so-called “healthcare dollars” are extracted out of local economies by out-of-town health systems and health plans 44:00 Community-owned health plans and the importance of employees having an “owner mindset” 46:20 Why Harris Rosen invested in Tangelo Park and related community programs in Orlando, Florida (Rosen Hotels Case Study) 50:00 How COVID-19 is like a WW2 event and comparisons to the building of the NHS 51:00 Nurses, Doctors, and Pharmacists should use the trust the community has in them to lead change (“Everyone has influence”) 54:00 Serving one’s calling and how that is better than just having a job or a career

56mins

8 Mar 2021

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39. The Pragmatic Visionary: Dave Chase, CEO

Rx for Success Podcast

Dave Chase leads the vision for Health Rosetta which is to empower community-owned health plans. Health Rosetta’s blueprint and platform powers the health plans of your dreams: high quality, trustworthy, local, affordable care -- that you thought had disappeared forever -- from caregivers we know & trust. We free up compassionate, well-trained, community-based caregivers to rediscover love in medicine so they can do what they have always been called to do: serve their patients not just in disease, but toward their fullest health. A trusted & sacred caregiver-patient bond is built through transparency & openness that equips and empowers patients wherever they can best achieve their unique health goals -- at home or any setting best optimizing their well-being. By avoiding the 50% wasted healthcare spending, we can ensure our caregivers have the independence & resources to address the psychosocial and medical issues their patients face. Human-centered health plans restore health, hope & well-being. Through best-selling books & The Resident (on FOX), where Chase serves as a consultant, collateral damage from the Extractive Era of healthcare is highlighted as well as the tremendous successes & opportunities with Health Rosetta-type health plans. The books, writing for various media outlets, TED talk, and TV/film have reached over 10 million people with the goal of informing, enraging, empowering, and activating a broad grassroots movement designed to restore hope, health & well-being to our communities. Chase received the Health Value Awards' Lifetime Achievement for Health Benefits Innovation at the 2020 World Health Care Congress. EXTRA: Rx for Success Podcast listeners can attend the Health Rosetta Summit: Community Dividends, for FREE as Dave's guests! Feb 24, 6:30PM to Feb 26, 6:00PM EST Use this link and scroll to "Health Rosetta Invited Guests" to register... https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/summit Show notes at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/39 Report-out with comments or feedback at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/report

1hr 21mins

15 Feb 2021

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Episode #111: Reclaiming the American Dream through Reframing Employer-based Healthcare, with Dave Chase

Creating a New Healthcare

Friends,Our topic this episode may be one of the most misunderstood and challenging issues in healthcare delivery - with significant potential for lowering costs and improving outcomes. The topic is employer-based healthcare; and as many of you know, employers pay for 50% of all the healthcare costs in the US.Escalating healthcare costs over the past few decades have imposed a major strain on corporate America and its employees. The Kaiser Family Foundation reported that in 2018, employers paid approximately $20,000 per year for healthcare for a family of four, $6000 of which the employee paid. They also reported that since 2006, employee healthcare premiums have risen twice as fast as wages. As a result, Corporate America has been increasingly focused on right-sizing healthcare costs - from Apple and Amazon launching their own employee primary care; to Walmart providing ‘centers of excellence’ to its employees; to companies such as Comcast who have partnered with vendors to put alternative healthcare solutions in place for its employees. But, the situation is challenging, as evidenced by the recently failed attempt of Haven, an employer-based healthcare initiative launched by JP Morgan, Berkshire Hathaway and Amazon. It’s a complex ecosystem involving employer-based HR & health benefits managers, employer benefit brokers & benefits consulting companies, insurance companies, provider groups & hospital systems, direct to employer providers, and collaboratives such as the Business Group on Health.Our guest this week is a passionate expert who has a discerning handle on the ecosystem, the fundamental problems, and the proven solutions in employee-based healthcare. Dave Chase founded & leads Health Rosetta, whose goal is to empower community-owned health plans. Health Rosetta has created a blueprint and platform that empowers health plans to deliver high quality, affordable care. Dave has authored a number of insightful books including The CEO's Guide to Restoring the American Dream: How to deliver world class healthcare to your employees at half the cost. He received the Health Value Awards' Lifetime Achievement for Health Benefits Innovation at the 2020 World Health Care Congress. Prior to this work, Dave Chase co-founded Avado which was acquired by and integrated into WebMD/Medscape.  He also founded Microsoft's $2B, 28,000 partner healthcare ecosystem.In this episode, we’ll cover:Dave’s unique perspective on the fundamental problems in the American healthcare system.What Dave describes as epidemic healthcare ‘financial toxicities’ and ‘financial comorbidities’, which is denying the American dream to the majority of employees.Five major solutions that employers can leverage to reset and radically improve their employee health benefits plans. Examples of employers who have saved a significant and sustained percentage of their healthcare costs while improving healthcare outcomes for their employees.Dave makes some amazing claims in terms of dramatically lowering healthcare costs for employers and employees; and he’s got numerous examples to support those claims. There is no question that the solutions he proposes are disruptive to the status quo. But, rather than view them as disruptive, we can learn from these successful models and deploy the proven blueprints that he and his colleagues at Health Rosetta have catalogued and created. One thing is abundantly clear.  The American healthcare system is not working for the vast majority of employed Americans. Dave’s facts and statistics are disturbing. What he reveals is that escalating healthcare costs are levying a hidden tax that is destroying the economic health and well-being of working American families. It’s a striking reframing of the problem that makes it very personal and very real. Once we understand this, one wonders why more employers aren’t adopting the tools and techniques that Dave and his colleagues at Health Rosetta outline so clearly. Until next time, be safe and be well.Zeev Neuwirth, MD

49mins

10 Feb 2021

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48: The Johnny Appleseed of what's working in health care | Dave Chase, Co-Founder, Health Rosetta

Trendbreakers

Connect with Dave: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chasedave/Connect with Steve: https://www.linkedin.com/in/steve-watson-cpa/*************************Are your employees okay with another year of insurance rate increases?Visit Trendbreakers.com to find out more on how I was able to lower the cost of benefits by 1k/employee which allow us to invest those savings back into the company and the employees.

31mins

11 Nov 2020

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Relocalizing Health with Dave Chase, Co-founder and CEO at Health Rosetta

Outcomes Rocket

In this episode, we are excited to host Dave Chase once again. If you haven't listened to his podcast, check it out because it is exciting. Dave is the Creator, Co-Founder, and CEO of Health Rosetta. He is also the author of Opioid Crisis Wakeup Call. Today, Dave discusses his book Relocalizing Health: The Future of Health Will be Local, Open, and Independent. He talks about the reasons why healthcare got expensive and where the money goes. He also shares fascinating insights and figures from several chapters in his book, changes, and improvements he has seen in companies and individuals who have joined Health Rosetta. Dave shares his wisdom, work, and mission in this interview, so please tune in! https://outcomesrocket.health/healthrosetta/2020/10/

30mins

29 Oct 2020

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Dave Chase

The Mouth Of Manliness

This week my guest is the lovely Dave Chase, he was a guest last year and I'm so happy to have him back. Dave set up the Facebook mental health group Mates, this initially started as an online community, but has now become so much more. Including a football team and regular activities for those who are suffering or isolated. This is a lighthearted episode where we discuss the lock down, music and loads more. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1hr 10mins

6 Oct 2020

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MMP091 - Survive and Thrive in Today’s Healthcare System with Dave Chase

Mountain Mantras: Wellness and Life Lessons

In this episode, we explore what is going on with our health care system. Increasing costs. Hidden prices. Frustrated patients and providers. We discuss the possibility that health care costs are stealing away the American dream. Our guest is Dave Chase. Dave leads the vision for Health Rosetta -which is to empower community-owned health plans. We have five mantras from the show: Mantra #1: Get empowered as a consumer in this irrational and overwhelming healthcare industry. Mantra #2: Consider cash pay for medical procedures as the cost may be less than going through insurance. Mantra #3: Employers can get better results for lower prices by working with the right advisors. Mantra #4: Don’t pay cadillac prices for a “pinto” product/service. Mantra #5: Go LOCAL: Learn how to be liberated from the status quo Optimize health plan infrastructure Carve our Pharmacy Benefit Manager (PBM) Add value-based primary care Leave behind value extracting PPO networks Interesting data points from the interview: 1. Healthcare itself isn't expensive (clinicians only receive $0.27 of every $1 ostensibly spent on healthcare). What's expensive is profiteering, price-gouging, and misaligned incentives 2. Business owners can spend 20-40% of current spending on health benefits and get superior health outcomes by following a more “grassroots” approach (see LOCAL, above). 3. COVID-19 is accelerating the process of health being relocalized, similar to how the local/healthy food movement greatly improved the health of families and the livelihoods of farmers. More about Dave Chase Chase leads the vision for Health Rosetta which is to empower community-owned health plans. Health Rosetta’s blueprint and platform powers the health plans of your dreams: high quality, trustworthy, local, affordable care -- that you thought had disappeared forever -- from caregivers we know & trust. We free up compassionate, well-trained, community-based caregivers to rediscover love in medicine so they can do what they have always been called to do: serve their patients not just in disease, but toward their fullest health. A trusted & sacred caregiver-patient bond is built through transparency & openness that equips and empowers patients wherever they can best achieve their unique health goals -- at home or any setting best optimizing their well-being. By avoiding the 50% wasted healthcare spending, we can ensure our caregivers have the independence & resources to address the psychosocial and medical issues their patients face. Human-centered health plans restore health, hope & well-being. Through best-selling books & The Resident (on FOX), where Chase serves as a consultant, collateral damage from the Extractive Era of healthcare is highlighted as well as the tremendous successes & opportunities with Health Rosetta-type health plans. The books, writing for various media outlets, TED talk and TV/film have reached over 10 million people with the goal of informing, enraging, empowering and activating a broad grassroots movement designed to restore hope, health & well-being to our communities. Chase received the Health Value Awards' Lifetime Achievement for Health Benefits Innovation at the 2020 World Health Care Congress. Chase co-founded Avado which was acquired by & integrated into WebMD/Medscape and founded Microsoft's $2B, 28,000 partner healthcare ecosystem. Outside of work, Chase is an oxygen-fueled mountain athlete and volunteer high school track & cross country coach. Once upon a time, Chase was a PAC-12 800 Meter & 4x400 competitor. Most importantly, devotion to faith, family and friends underpin a desire to be a servant leader to the 4 million lives (& growing) stewarded through the Health Rosetta community. LINKS www.healthrosetta.org (please see Dave’s books at the site) Twitter: @chasedave

47mins

23 Sep 2020

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