Executive Perspective: Behind the Business

Everyone Matters: Healthcare in the US with Anne Altman and Dan Pelino

March 17, 2020 WashingtonExec
Executive Perspective: Behind the Business
Everyone Matters: Healthcare in the US with Anne Altman and Dan Pelino
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Executive Perspective: Behind the Business
Everyone Matters: Healthcare in the US with Anne Altman and Dan Pelino
Mar 17, 2020
WashingtonExec

In this episode of Executive Perspective, JD Kathuria sits down with first time author Dan Pelino and his wife, Anne Altman, to talk about the release of his book, Trusted Healers: Paul Grundy and the Global Healthcare Crusade. They discuss the importance of creating a culture of wellness in the United States and the impact that their social impact enterprise, Everything Matters, Inc., is having on the global conversation of access to care for all and emphasized awareness of integrated care models. Both Dan and Anne have been featured in a number of esteemed publications including The Washington Post, Associated Press, Federal Computer Week, Business Week, The New York Times, Washington Technology, Government Computer News, InformationWeek, and Fox Business, among others. Pelino and Altman highlight the potential impact of social media in the future of healthcare and share why access to healthcare and education are the first steps in treating everyone like they matter.

Show Notes

In this episode of Executive Perspective, JD Kathuria sits down with first time author Dan Pelino and his wife, Anne Altman, to talk about the release of his book, Trusted Healers: Paul Grundy and the Global Healthcare Crusade. They discuss the importance of creating a culture of wellness in the United States and the impact that their social impact enterprise, Everything Matters, Inc., is having on the global conversation of access to care for all and emphasized awareness of integrated care models. Both Dan and Anne have been featured in a number of esteemed publications including The Washington Post, Associated Press, Federal Computer Week, Business Week, The New York Times, Washington Technology, Government Computer News, InformationWeek, and Fox Business, among others. Pelino and Altman highlight the potential impact of social media in the future of healthcare and share why access to healthcare and education are the first steps in treating everyone like they matter.