Matthew Zachary, founder of Stupid Cancer and I’m Too Young for This Foundation, and my non-DNA-linked brother, is on his next journey podcasting and building a health media enterprise. In this podcast, we go way, way back, flipping the script with me interviewing him (well, when he let go of the reins), revisiting the early days of online patient communities, digital health, and our evolving friendship — still crazy and loving after all these years. Hearkening back to the earliest Wisdom of Patients era evoking the names of Matthew Holt, Scott Shreeve, Amy Tenderich, Indu Subaiya, Adam Bosworth, Roni Zeiger, Susannah Fox, Amir Lewkowicz, Jack Barrette, Jamie Heywood, Benjamin Heywood, Halle Tecco, Jean-Luc Neptune, et al…
Matthew Zachary and Jane enter the digital health Wayback Machine to re-visit Health 1.0, 2.0, and right now
By Jane Sarasohn-Kahn on 19 August 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.
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