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Colleen Kavanagh – Innovation in Healthcare Access

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Show Topic:
“It’s no secret that our healthcare system is broken and that people are having trouble accessing care,” says Colleen Kavanagh, who spent the first decade of her career working with hospitals to implement new technology and maximize profitability.

“But to solve this problem quickly, we’re asking the wrong questions, and we’re asking them of the wrong people.” In this episode, host CMA’s David Ciullo speaks with Colleen Kavanagh, CEO of SoulBeing, about Innovation in Healthcare Access: An Integrated Approach to Evidence-Based Healthcare.

Learn about leveraging existing mechanisms to help your teams find healthcare services more easily and affordably. Consider an expanded view of healthcare services that incorporates all aspects of physical, mental, and emotional health to provide truly integrated support, and empower your team and their families to be their healthiest, happiest selves.


About The Guest:

Colleen Kavanagh is the Founder and CEO of SoulBeing. She spent over a decade consulting with hospitals on how to run their imaging businesses more efficiently and profitably, and in the process discovered that over 70% of imaging patients were being treated for preventable conditions.

Now, she and her team at SoulBeing are on a mission to get people better access to care options outside of the hospital system, by designing an infrastructure to help keep people from getting sick, and managing symptoms and conditions more proactively and affordably.