What kind of changes do you see with adults when they start implementing this active sitting?
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Do you thrive on change or consider yourself more cautious?
How do you think you have changed as a person since building this business from the ground up?
What’s your ultimate vision for HRS?
Whats something that you wanted to change, maybe an initiative you wanted to push, that maybe failed or didn’t go well?
Do you think home health providers have fully embraced telehealth, remote patient monitoring and the type of change you’re working to create?
And whats in store for the rest of 2020?
Why did you decide to launch that?
What does that model currently look like in terms of locations?
When you were at Johns Hopkins, did you know you wanted to focus on health care?
Whats the hardest aspect of change, in your opinion?
In what other ways has HRS changed over that time?
How else might we see change happening moving forward?
Whats next for BrightStar Care?
Are you fairly optimistic that if you go to them with this treasure trove of data, youll be able to do some solid advocacy on behalf of your clients?
Has that focus on quality helped with the coronavirus?
How has your company changed since then?
Do you think managed care is receptive to that?
You said you were working on your MBA, right?
Can you dive into that reimbursement angle a bit further?
As the leader of BrightStar Care, do you consider yourself somebody who runs toward change or somebody who tries to avoid it?