Ep. 30: Patient No-Shows and Surveys - Dr. Steve Chung (CEO Healthereum)
Health Unchained Podcast
Dr. Steve Chung, CEO of Healthereum, is a busy urologic surgeon in Chicago but also has lots of hobbies and interests including mining. Healthereum already has a beta app and started piloting in his clinic. Healthereum is a blockchain based company that has created dapps to solve 4 specific communication problems between patient, provider, and insurance companies. Dr. Steve Chung is a Urologic surgeon in Chicago and has been involved in multiple startup ventures. He is co-owner of his urologic practice for over 13 years and has served an administrative role at seven hospitals.Website: https://healthereum.com/Show Notes•Introduction and Dr. Chung's background•What is the vision for Healthereum?•Four patient experience problems Healthereum is solving1.No shows – Do you think telehealth will improve the no show problem? - Patient Appointment Adherence Issues. Missed appointments cost the healthcare system $150 billion each year, this excludes the hidden costs of no-shows which Dr. Chung explains.2.Small Survey sample size 3.Delayed claim payments – How difficult is it for a provider to get paid by insurance companies? How widespread is this problem? Lack of standardization in claims.4.Lack of Patient messaging - The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services attempted to solve the problems encountered with data collection by instilling Core Quality Measures (CQM).•Solutions – 4 dapps - HELIO (Healthereum Life Portfolio)oMIDUSOoPULSE oVERIFYo HPED•Telehealth for second opinions•Have you thought that you are trying to do too much at once?•What are the biggest barriers to adoption?•Can you describe your technology stack?oBlockchain – ERC20 tokenoStorageoAppoWeboHealthereum DAO - The Healthereum DAO that will be composed purely of registered and licensed providers, hospital networks, insurers and industry groups that are verified as contributing to a patient’s healthy lifestyle. The task of verifying the actors in the DAO will fall upon the foundation which collectively acts within an executive role. Potentially, the foundation itself could be voted out if the current verified providers find that the foundation is not acting in the interests of their patients. •How is the company structured? •Team background•Who are your company partners and major users?•STO - Healthereum LLC is a Title III - Regulation Crowdfunding Campaign - https://www.startengine.com/healthereum•Has government regulation affected the company's decision making process?•Steve’s most intriguing person – Edward O. Thorp - Author of “Beat the Dealer” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_O._ThorpNews CornerIn April 2019, Microsoft announced it will be shutting down its HealthVault patient record service on November 20th 2019. Microsoft started HealthVault in 2009 after two years in beta mode giving people free access to personal health record storage platform. So if you have data on Microsoft’s Healthvault, you have until nov. 20th to transfer your information. They suggest transferring data to Get Real Health or FollowMyHealth platforms. Although they are shutting down this service, Microsoft still has its sights on healthcare and has even partnered with Walgreens to improve health outcomes and lower overall costs. In my opinion, Personal health records are really valuable if you don’t own all your personal data. Although health records don’t seem to be the lowest hanging fruit in the blockchain/healthcare market now, I think the creation of good secure and self-owned health records will become an incredibly valuable way of encouraging people own their own health.https://www.engadget.com/amp/2019/04/06/microsoft-is-shutting-down-its-healthvault-patient-record-servic/Health Unchained LinksWebsite: healthunchained.orgTelegram: t.me/healthunchainedTwitter: twitter.com/HealthunchaindUdemy Blockchain/Healthcare Course ($125 off with HEALTHUNCHAINED coupon): • https://www.udemy.com/blockchain-and-healthcare/?couponCode=DOGUM2019
Friendship in Fundraising - A Conversation with Steve Chung
Young Life Funding Help Podcast - ylfundinghelp.org
Cultivating friendships with potential donors fosters support, both financially and spiritually. This podcast emphasizes the influence friendship has on fundraising. Remember to maximize your time for ministry with kids by Building a Financially Healthy Culture. This podcast includes: Pat Rhoades & Greg Lehman from the Field Development team as well as Steve Chung, Associate Regional Director in the San Francisco Bay Region. Listen in!
Thank Donors from the Heart - A Conversation with Steve Chung
Young Life Funding Help Podcast - ylfundinghelp.org
Thanking your donors in a personal, unique way shows how much you value and appreciate their support. This podcast offers advice on thanking donors. Remember to maximize your time for ministry with kids by Building a Financially Healthy Culture. This podcast includes: Pat Rhoades & Greg Lehman from the Field Development team as well as Steve Chung, Associate Regional Director in the San Francisco Bay Region. Listen in!
S3E7 - How Gensler Sports Approaches Stadium Design | an interview with Kristin Byrd, Byron Chambers, and Steve Chung
Gensler Design Exchange
Our Gensler Sports team has designed dozens of dynamic sports facilities across the world and across the college and professional leagues. From locker rooms to arenas, our work has created large-scale place making and branded destinations with the potential to revitalize communities and improve player performance. In today’s final installment of the Gensler Design Exchange sports series, Ryan Sickman, Gensler’s firmwide practice area leader in sports, talks to colleagues Kristin Byrd, Byron Chambers, and Steve Chung, about Gensler’s innovative perspective on sports and stadium design. Show Notes: bit.ly/genslerpod