So, every now and then, I do an interview that ends up falling outside of the usual “humanizing healthcare” discussion. I recently sat down with Chris and David from Drop the Dis, a podcast that explores cool things happening here in Augusta, GA. We’re not only the home of the Master’s Golf Tournament. The city has a lot going for it in the areas of cyber security and medical.
In this podcast interview, I discuss a bit about my journey into healthcare as a career field, as well as some of the work I’ve been blessed to be able to do as an OT, consultant, professor, and author. This was a fun conversation, and maybe it’ll shed a little light on why we do some of the things we do here at ProActive.
Rafi Salazar on Drop the Dis Podcast
Here’s the interview from the podcast. It’s always fun to sit down with folks and have a free-flowing conversation about healthcare, human relationships, and business.
What we discussed:
- Deciding on healthcare as a career (or calling)
- Working in a outpatient upper extremity specially clinic for the Department of Veterans Affairs
- The Approach I Wanted Take to Working withPatients in the clinic
- The Better Outcomes Show Podcast
- The story behind how the book came about
- Purchasing the clinic and my vision for the future of healthcare
- Life without health insurance (and using a health share service)
- Human relationships in healthcare
Check it out below!
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