Digital Health Maven Podcast Short: Dave Chase on Thwarting Healthcare’s Big Heist

Digital Health Maven Dave Chase on Thwarting Healthcare’s Big Heist


Dave Chase wears many hats. He’s a respected digital health innovator, founder of Avado, which was purchased by WebMD, and a venture capitalist. While all of these accomplishments are noteworthy, perhaps his most high-impact role is that of a mindset shifter. Recently he has focused on breaking through healthcare’s status quo and warns that simply throwing tech on top of broken processes is a recipe for disaster.

Chase will also be featured on the next full episode of the The Digital Health Maven Podcast in early November. The Digital Health Maven Podcast Shorts series consists of brief excerpts from upcoming interviews designed to get you excited for the next full program and help you learn something new about our mavens.  This installment features Chase talking about The Big Heist, a new documentary he is executive producing that aims to shine a bright light on how the broken U.S. healthcare system is harming patients and providers — sometimes with fatal results.

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