Dr. John Whyte, CMO of WebMD, talk through the many fiscal impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on U.S. patients, and future prospects for health citizenship post-pandemic, featured on the “Coronavirus In Context” channel.
Dr. John Whyte, WebMD’s Chief Medical Officer, Brainstorms Financial Impacts of COVID-19 on Health Consumers
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn on 22 May 2020 in
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Fidelity Investments healthcare industry team asked me to brainstorm the future of employer-sponsored health benefits from personalizing workers' health benefits journeys to their mental health and how to pay for health care -- including specialty drugs costs. Here's a link to the many insights the Fidelity team gleaned from me and other collaborators.
Grateful to collaborate with Christopher Caudle who asked me to share perspectives on how I use LinkedIn and social media to create impact and grow the wonderful community of diverse voices in the expanding health/care ecosystem. I'm thrilled to share this creative sandbox with several voices I consider friends in the field, and others whom I've respected along my journey -- especially Rebecca Love, John Whyte, and Dr. Stefan Buttigieg, with many others for whom I'm a fan-girl.
Jane identified as one of the top 10 “Healthtech Exponentialists,” applying tech to purpose-driven health - 06/24/2023
The team at EHT DAO curated their list of the Top 150 Healthtech Exponentialists, as they explain, "great professionals and friends, who are leading digital health, applying exponential technologies, around the world, with the purpose Health becomes a reality!" I'm named in the Top 10, humbled!, among inspiring folks like Dr. Kevin Pho, Dr. Bertalan Mesko, Mandi Bishop, Igor Korolev, among other colleagues....
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