Health Enterprises Network and Medical News bring you HealthConomy, a podcast where the top health care leaders in the region share their stories and we explore the history of the development of healthcare businesses in the Louisville, Kentucky region.
Many people know UPS for their brown trucks and world-wide airline fleet shipping packages across the world. However, UPS also has a significant healthcare operation, where they ship fragile biologics that have to be stored below freezing or help make sure surgeons have access to the sterilized tools they need to save lives. UPS Healthcare is a hidden gem here in Louisville that quite literally ensures our healthcare system runs. This month Warren Olson, vice president of Healthcare Distribution Operations at UPS, discusses his work.
In this episode, Phil shares some of the challenges his organization has faced and opportunities for us all to work together. Phil also talks about the new Strategic Plan the Health Enterprises Network Board of Directors is rolling out.
In this episode, Ben Reno-Weber discusses the economic impact of Microsoft’s selection of Louisville as its tech hub and what needs to happen for the entrepreneurial ecosystem to flourish.
In this episode, hear how Russ’ experience working at Humana helped shape the culture and philosophy of the work being done at Norton Healthcare.
The Health Enterprises Network hosted Converge Louisville, a conference focused on innovative solutions to the social and clinical determinants of health impacting seniors. During the conference, Medical News spoke with Smith about orchestrating the value exchange in age tech.
A look inside one of Louisville’s largest healthcare companies and their transformations to address a changing healthcare environment. Read more about Dr. Fleming in his recent Speaker Feature.