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"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"The third age. And if you don't have a family doctor that you like it's you enjoy engaging with a very hard to take better care and so measuring engagement with preventative. Care then being true to the efforts so that you could ensure continued resourcing of your endeavor. Wider circle hasn't lost a single customer. The best five years in some of our customers have increased the spend with us fifty six. They're all good people. But i think our discipline in demonstrating the bang for the buck is really what powers this. Unique and vitally important as you suggested as social mission that we have wider circles consistently demonstrated that across medicare medicaid. He returns four dollars per member per month for every dollar. Invested invested through keeping people out of the hospital giving them back healthy days. Fruit closing as specific gaps in care getting people to get the breast cancer screening colorectal cancer screening air rheumatoid arthritis concept and diabetes screening that keeps them healthy and add years to their life. I think that it's really important. That many of the folks that are out there trying to bring about change will be disciplined in thinking through how it scales. I think it's scaled for the resources of the big aggregate. Think that thinking like a like an aggregate. Her would yield to a more robust impact on members of any more impactful change in the world. Which is what. I assume folks are trying to do in terms of contacting me. There are many ways to contact me. Folks are more than welcome to contact me at motion m. o. s. h. e. at wider stroke dot com or try to contact us through our website. Www dot wider sirocco and dot com is. So thanks thanks for having me. It's been a pleasure to share some of the wider. Stoker's story we get it's a it's been our pleasure most shea and We appreciate your insights and you know. Ultimately this idea of connecting thinking like a an aggregated the players to ultimately make an impact. That's what leads to a healthier world A focus on on healthcare. Not not sick care. And you're doing amazing things moshe. Just keep up the awesome work and we're really grateful that you came here to the draft to share it. Thank you so much for having me and thanks for forgiving stage to Folks that are trying to bring about change wonderful thing. Hey outcomes rocket listeners. No podcast no problem. Launch a professional podcast..

"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

09:23 min | 3 months ago

"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Lonely and isolated members and so we started by doing a welfare checks we reached about one hundred and twenty thousand seniors to assess their wellbeing. I haven't seen any gobert symptoms than we wanted to see whether they're able to access care. You know we serve. I think more than ten thousand seniors who are illiterate in any language sometimes they tell us of amazing stories of You know working in the field from being five-year-old and how never got into school and never received any formal education so they can't arrived and they jealous that even before they told their own children. I keep wondering how could go through. Fifty years of life in america without being able to read the family and said your kids to college and so we we with folks like that and we. All of our members were focused on. Can you access healthcare if you're not feeling well after verifying that you're feeling well if you don't feel you know what the you need to do. It embarked on a massive fella health education campaign for those members that had challenges in digital literacy. We place them on an emergency phone and that a neighbor that reactively reaches out to them at once a day each time. There's a state of alert in la county reaches out to them. Make sure that they know what's going on. Even if they didn't get the texting on how to sign up for the texting services then we says their ability to access food or medication. You know we've often seen couples of seniors that were just trended usually one is caregiving for the other and we sheltering in place and challenges with public transport for folks who can drive. Folks who add means became food insecure i click with. We've got resources we just can't see can't leave. Dow's can't leave him alone. There's no way. I could go to a supermarket. There's no public transport so we assess those needs a around food insecurity. The was maintained medication. Those two seventy percent of all of our members in all the states we serve have multiple chronic conditions. More than two that means maintanence. Medication needs to be there. Enrolling folks in mail order delivery of drugs but after assessing the needs are engagement specialists. Really focused on addressing. Those needs what what does that mean. It means that in partnership development team forms partnership with the likes of over to deliver. Food albertz Local food banks to source food and lengthened and helping hands to source volunteers. In we've had lincoln employees wanted to do well for the pandemic. there were supporting seniors and helping hand. Volunteers came from all over the silicon valley thoughtful ways to to engage them. We became these connecting tissues that enabled all these magic to happen. And you know as as i said in the beginning with more than a thousand community as seniors volunteer ambassadors engaging their neighbors these are the most important partner i of all and they've demonstrated that Through the pandemic. and that's how we deliver food throughout today. I would common just on one primary for dan and also do not to ensure that. I'm i'm not construed as technology a hater is. I'm actually a geek in nature and in previous life bill diabetes technology in an artificial kidney. I believe in technology. I also believe that we need somebody not at not at some gucci and so we have In terms of how you enable these all to operate at scale our partners have challenges to do so optum cares as approached us and said how could we quickly efficiently scan tens of thousands of people and assess their needs. We love the fact that you're volunteers call and reach out by just doesn't happen fast enough to meet the scale of the pandemic and the scale of the need and so our technology theme right here in the in the heart of the silicon valley has developed a chat bot and chat bot that enabled us to scan seventy thousand members at a very low cost in spanish days and more than quadruple food delivery pace to about thirty thousand and meals per week. Really fru an effort that scan needs automatically. When folks expressed any- they got speak with a with a person that's scheduled and fed in dunedin to an automatic back backhand and coordinated with our with our partners with with our delivery partners in or with the facilitators that delivered the food in case we did so and we are food bars. The local food banks. We have built a system daddy's so flexible that we could deploy service and support members in need in pennsylvania within eight days of being asked to do so we were already delivering food in the ground in his faith in which we had no operations here to four and i'll say that beyond a addressing food addressing basically inconsistency with access to with medication or care we stay true to our core of connecting people to better health and he's also mean that the service development theme quickly adapted in person services to in-home in dry fruits were doing throughout the states in which we operate dry for events in which we are in their cars and we do flu shot vaccination campaign that are combined with flu kits general education about vaccination and often we would involve caregivers in the actual events that we could complete a daring. Then we conduct close to. I think fifteen hundred. We've conducted story more than fifteen hundred virtual events in which more than between thirty participants in each call that are done in a specific platform that has to be developed as part of this effort that enables senior older adult adapted calling and videoconferencing platform and on those we really focus on health education and health promotion being related to the pandemic or in general. What's in it for me with the checkup. Why should i have checkup. What a what is individual care. Plan how would it help me. And how would it enable me to be at my granddaughter's registration when she graduates college so with that. I hope that i've shared a bit about what wider circle does in about how we responded to the pandemic anima shea appreciate that and and certainly the work that you guys are doing is critical to communities higher getting in touch with the toughest needs. You know the food insecurity making sure that people have all of the the basics really what we were calling on social determinants of health it's critical to driving results in so i'm thankful that you and your community is focused in that effort. Doing a very human centric approach to really help drive healthier lifestyles and and healthier lives for for many people. That deserve it so if you had to leave us with With the closing thought moshe well. What would the closing thought be. And then tell us where the listeners to get in touch with you for for or or somebody on your team to continue the discussion. Thanks for that. So i i think i think the closing thoughts for thanks to to social determinants of health in general so for many years it's been zeitgeist the it's been something which everyone likes to talk about. And they aggregate in healthcare the big plans and providers that aggregate the resources of the federal government in the sense them have started competing more and more resources to it to me. Has someone that eh. One point forty million dollars on securing a national coverage decision for new device. It was never clear that how should pay tacos. You know that because when and everything else falters you show up in the emergency department and the health fan. Picks up the tab that they should engage in an effort to connect you engage you and prevent or ameliorate address these determinants in your life that that have contributed to this situation. What excites me is that. I think that this is skepticism and skepticism. I mean when you buy by just assessing d'amato resources dedicated to the effort starts to dissipate. What is really key. I think for everyone who's trying to bring about. Change is actually to think like health man. And but i mean by that is to think carefully through the attribution and verification of the impact of what you do in quality of care and acute care resource metrics that are important to a health plan. I fundamentally believe in that not because not just because it's important to health plan. Because i fundamentally believe that primary jerry's air traffic control of wellness in.

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"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

03:14 min | 3 months ago

"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"He never let that stop him from helping fellow wider circle neighbors hero presents to me everything we stand for and strive to achieve really sustainable community. Food of members will help one another and able to thrive without our help. It something that you know when when it happens to me personally it gives me motivation to carry on and thankfully these stories abound. Even with the with the young and and disenfranchised so we we're always humbled in surprised to see what are real heroes and our facilitators and ambassadors would be knocking on doors meeting people in person delivering food for the pandemic really frontline workers that by a large volunteer because they love their neighbors and love what we do and to me. That's a that's an ever growing fountain of hope valley one one last story before. I discussed the net and that pertains to our efforts in in michigan in many ways in and around greater detroit we are dealing with many of. I think the fissures in our society you know where massive inequality blended with which. I'm racism existence of food desert. Signaling downtown detroit Twenty minutes to find an apple and fox of minority communities that haven't really made effort or where integrated into our society. And so we worked there with the medicare plan. That's really innovative. And forward looking and believes that operations move with the pace of trust and throughout the pandemic. We are knocking on members storing when we knocked on on calvin door. He was surprised to see us. Calvin hasn't seen a doctor or the look at in about nine years and he's never met anyone from the planning was in his in his early thirties. Chronically this employed on export ford. She told us that he often worries about food. You can find a job and he worries about not having enough for each. We visited these home once more before we started attending our events despite the epidemic the first thing we ensured that that he had enough food and contacted our partners at the local food bank so the calvin receives a community food box twice a month and with support from his friends and wider circling. Now is a checkup. Visited a dentist and he will soon be getting glasses which is why he lost his his previous job. Just wasn't seen welling thought he couldn't afford glasses didn't even know that he has a free vision. Benefit to me vista stories young and old black and whites on the west coast in the midwest. Demonstrate that we all need somebody to lean on and at operations move at the pace of trust. And that's really what white or circle does i commented on being there and delivering hand on hand engagement to the last month to build trust. These are the core endemic is challenged our ability to do so i think in the process it made us better and we launched. We responded by launching a suite of tools and services that i addressed immediate safety and access to care needs and their offer thereafter..

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"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

03:54 min | 3 months ago

"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Languages ranging from companies english spanish vietnamese because in every community he will trust and tend to be influenced by people who are like them or like people. Today's be Principle that guides wider circle delighting principle. That is also enabled by engaging these wonderful resource. Which is the community ambassadors. That's how we get a unique vantage point. That no other actor in the healthcare system ass happens when mario speaks with their neighbor lincoln every week over years and and that's how we learn that that may be a lincoln was bad past and he might take away into depression in feel like getting out of bed at the become plan would know about it when the when off in a car. We would know about very early organized. The neighbors go to the animal shelter. Bring a pet and prevent a very costly adverse health event and more importantly improve lincoln's life and the third element of this is really having physical support. The other element is that is. Daddy has to be a group intervention when we thought about these the challenges of growing old the challenges of the franchise moment and are being a based the fundamental loneliness and isolation it starts with not be needed with not having good reason to get out of bed every morning california. Lose your driving. Licence would be hard to get around even go grocery shopping. Then you might lose your spouse or husband and be isolated on top of of lacking the sense of purpose. We find many of these issues affecting some franchise americans as well. They lack these communists support. And we think that until you address people's motivation to live providing a good reason to get out of bed every morning. All healthcare efforts all case management care management motivational efforts would fall short of their true potential. Have man exempts always asking. You know we offer seniors five hundred dollars a year to just do the right thing. Go get your checkup. you're hba one. C tested people living off of social security annuity and still fewer than twenty percent of seniors. Act on decent. We expected them that. It's not about the cuny rewards rewards matter when you have motivation to live when you want. It participates when you wanna be around. And you cannot assume that with disenfranchised populations and so in many ways wide oakley's is bucking the trend where healthcare is becoming technology process efficiency. We say people. I can all enables days people to people interaction in many ways. It's bringing care back to healthcare because that's how we win trust we show people we care. We do motivational interviewing at scale. Thinking about seventy five thousand lonely an anxious seniors that sport support throughout covid via the by buddy program. That's a lot about helping them. You know would stand the thrones off of social distancing but also about finding motivation to take better care to engage with self care and make that that happened so i just commented on how wider circle started cherishes with being there in being hand on hand in every community. The pandemic is obviously challenged our ability to do so. I'll tell you how responded in the second i just wanna share one member story added. Fb demise what wider circle about and so when when member lincoln threatened that said that's one of our members here in california learned his neighbor maria teresa harare's in needed emergency food support..

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"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

06:19 min | 3 months ago

"moshe pinto" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Outcomes rock saw marquez. Here a hand. Today i have the privilege of having moshe pinto and the show. He is the ceo at wider circle. When he launched the company they set out. They set out to really on a mission to find a better way to help. Americans thrive at any age over the course of his journey. His team has learned that the most effective approach to enabling better health and independence is to integrate support and services at the community level. Made easier for neighbors to take the best care of each other. They're working on some incredible things with health plans. Nationally to connect members with family members to inform support and motivate our most vulnerable populations We're going to have a great discussion with him today. His background is has been in healthcare with various companies developing solutions for chronic care conditions. And so with that. I wanna i wanna welcome. Moshe to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us. X-l-e-a-r having it's a great pleasure to be here with me today yeah absolutely moshe and so you've got a really you know community based way of making things happen. You know for care coordination for for population health. And so i love to to learn more about you. And what inspires your work in healthcare. Yes we know what inspired my work in healthcare is several things it starts with the fundamental belief that health is a foundation for satisfying and fulfilling life. And when your health. He's taken away from you. Life could never be good. And the as i thought where i would want to apply my talent. I thought that focusing in an area that is as important for equality of life was was more important than that ensuring that a commercial surveys works better or reaches more people. So that's i in the in the second personnel experienced a m- originally from israel israel. We have a draft and serving in the israeli army thought me that healing is much much harder than than hurting and dad operations or the rate at which we do things at the real world move at the pace of trust and the combination of those beliefs and meeting some some folks are independently at stanford university where my time. There led me to be in healthcare. A lot yeah and I love that what you said. Operations move at the speed of trust and That's so true and you know we're faced with some continued challenges right now. The topic of the cova nineteen vaccine. You guys are doing a lot there So looking forward to hearing some of your takes around that you know. I would also say that. Maybe some of the -hension his lack of trust and lack of information. So back to your point ryan so talk to us about what wider circles doing in general. And then maybe take us to the efforts that you guys are doing with the covid nineteen vaccine absolutely glad to do so so at wide circle. Our mission is to connect neighbors for better health and underneath death israeli and you community care model in which able neighbors are the pinnacles of supporting. They're less able neighbors and together. They form these trusted delivery. Network that enables healthcare information to flow better and healthcare information to translate into action in our strategy to achieve. Our mission is three prongs. It starts with being in the last mile of healthcare to build trust and relationship. And that's not a trivial dixon. Healthcare has been going through a process of becoming more transactional now. I have been a member of the same health plan. Ric for past fifteen years. Never spoken with anyone from the plan. Nor have i met them and the few times that i do need to interact with them. I try to the an app. That's a transactional healthcare at its best relationship based healthcare which is really essential with disenfranchised american vulnerable populations were a healthcare is a more consistent need. It's not a as as a result he can. Second the barriers of trust in the disempowerment are such where you need to build a more consistent relationship. I think getting closer to members and what i mean by being closer being there in the last mile of wealth. You're in every neighborhood and knocking on every door. Talking to people inside. Their homes and their balconies is under backstories essential for you to build meaningful relationships that translate to action. I've just only about myself that. I've never met or seen anyone from the plan. Wider sirocco sousa. Its members endorsing between ten and twenty times every year in many ways these hand on hand interaction being there is what leads to this creation of trust that enables us to basically translated into real action and he tweeted the second second. Guess co of that is galvanizing able plan members to volunteers as with us as community ambassadors that extend scale are reaching the community inspiration for. This was my own mom now. When i went to visit her for that. I had a fancy job. At a private equity group i was shaken to my core by the tolls of aging on my own. Mom was my hero. And when i asked her what's up my mom. Her blunt direct way says the irrelevant skills. I want to feel needed. I wanna be useful. I need to have a good reason to get out of bed every morning. That made me think about eighteen years and maybe Organizing moms is this wonderful awesome resource knowledgeable resource that we could basically furthered their own health and by giving them a good reason to get out of bed every morning we could be culturally competent in every community on of the most humbling experiences in in wider circle is being that nobody cares about what the risk is from stanford thanking you really want to build trust in need to be hybrid culturally competent very local with deliver connect for life in five different.

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COVID and Chronic Disease Management With Moshe Pinto, CEO at WiderCircle

Outcomes Rocket

02:17 min | 3 months ago

COVID and Chronic Disease Management With Moshe Pinto, CEO at WiderCircle

"Today i have the privilege of having moshe pinto and the show. He is the ceo at wider circle. When he launched the company they set out. They set out to really on a mission to find a better way to help. Americans thrive at any age over the course of his journey. His team has learned that the most effective approach to enabling better health and independence is to integrate support and services at the community level. Made easier for neighbors to take the best care of each other. They're working on some incredible things with health plans. Nationally to connect members with family members to inform support and motivate our most vulnerable populations We're going to have a great discussion with him today. His background is has been in healthcare with various companies developing solutions for chronic care conditions. And so with that. I wanna i wanna welcome. Moshe to the podcast. Thanks so much for joining us. X-l-e-a-r having it's a great pleasure to be here with me today yeah absolutely moshe and so you've got a really you know community based way of making things happen. You know for care coordination for for population health. And so i love to to learn more about you. And what inspires your work in healthcare. Yes we know what inspired my work in healthcare is several things it starts with the fundamental belief that health is a foundation for satisfying and fulfilling life. And when your health. He's taken away from you. Life could never be good. And the as i thought where i would want to apply my talent. I thought that focusing in an area that is as important for equality of life was was more important than that ensuring that a commercial surveys works better or reaches more people. So that's i in the in the second personnel experienced a m- originally from israel israel. We have a draft and serving in the israeli army thought me that healing is much much harder than than hurting and dad operations or the rate at which we do things at the real world move at the pace of trust

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