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185 - Improving Access to Healthcare at School to Reduce Absenteeism: Today’s episode is all about health. And though the theme is a bit different then a regular Getting Smart episode, it still ties in perfectly to schools and better education.   What if every student had access to a doctor at school? It might...

185 - Improving Access to Healthcare at School to Reduce Absenteeism: Today’s episode is all about health. And though the theme is a bit different then a regular Getting Smart episode, it still ties in perfectly to schools and better education.   What if every student had access to a doctor at school? It might...

DinGetting Smart Podcast


185 - Improving Access to Healthcare at School to Reduce Absenteeism: Today’s episode is all about health. And though the theme is a bit different then a regular Getting Smart episode, it still ties in perfectly to schools and better education.   What if every student had access to a doctor at school? It might...

DinGetting Smart Podcast

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Lungime:
20 minutes
Lansat:
Feb 6, 2019
Format:
Episodul Podcast

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Today’s episode is all about health. And though the theme is a bit different then a regular Getting Smart episode, it still ties in perfectly to schools and better education.   What if every student had access to a doctor at school? It might help reduce the chronic absentees of the seven million students that are absent from school more than 10% of the time. In today’s conversation, Tom speaks with Josh Golomb, whose mission is to transform lives by providing all children with access to healthcare.   Josh Golomb is the CEO of Hazel Health, a telemedicine startup serving 10,000 young people in 12 school districts. The program allows students to see a doctor (virtually, or in person). They partner with schools to keep kids healthy and ready to learn; and they need no appointment, insurance, or immigration check to provide healthcare in schools at no cost to students.   Tune in to this week’s episode to hear all about the strides Hazel Health is making for students in school!   Key Takeaways: [:17] About today’s episode! [1:01] When did Josh’s interest in biology begin? [2:33] Where Josh’s passion for making a difference came from. [3:35] What spurred Josh’s interest in kidney disease, ultimately leading him to co-found DaVita? [5:11] What sparked Josh’s interest in taking over a home healthcare provider (Paladina Health)? [7:04] How Hazel Health came about. [8:53] How the Hazel Health model works. [12:10] Why Hazel Health is a school-paid model opposed to an insurance-model. [13:03] How attendance and healthcare access are tied together. [15:30] About Hazel Health’s partners. [15:45] As a private company, does Hazel Health have plans to raise money? [16:06] Hazel Health’s top priorities in the coming years. [17:31] The importance of technology, school partnerships, and school nurses in helping Hazel Health accomplish their mission. [18:45] Many thanks to Josh for joining Tom this episode!   Mentioned in This Episode: Hazel HealthDaVita Paladina Health   Get Involved: Check out the blog at GettingSmart.com. Find the Getting Smart Podcast on iTunes, leave a review and subscribe.   Is There Somebody You’ve Been Wanting to Learn From or a Topic You’d Like Covered? To get in contact: Email Editor@GettingSmart.com and include ‘Podcast’ in the subject line. The Getting Smart team will be sure to add them to their list!  
Lansat:
Feb 6, 2019
Format:
Episodul Podcast