Short, serious, and sometimes snarky podcast on the business of healthcare, where we look at small but specific topics that represent bigger trends in healthcare. If you’re looking for long-winded, abstract, philosophical conversations on healthcare, this is not the podcast for you. We won’t be discussing how society needs to change. Or debating names and nomenclature of things. We talk about real people. Real products. And businesses that are moving the industry forward in tangible and interesting ways. We share the story. Make the point. And try not to waste your time.
Like all other podcasts, you can listen to it on all the popular platforms, and you can follow it (and Paul) on your common social channels to stay up-to-date on all things healthcare.
Rated by The Consulting Report as a Top 50 Healthcare Consultant in 2022, Paul Schrimpf works across a variety of sectors such as provider, payer, life sciences, etcetera, and has a unique cross-sector view of why so many silos exist and how misaligned incentives are creating biases that work against the patient experience and hinder our ability to deliver on this grandiose vision of value-based, equitable care.
Frustrated by an excess of today's stereotypical healthcare content, focused on philosophies (e.g. "triple aim") and macro trends (e.g. "artificial intelligence"), Paul launched the Microdosing podcast to start driving more real, tangible content into the healthcare industry to highlight real people, real products, and real companies that are making a tangible impact that we can point to and be inspired by.
He finds that too many healthcare executives ...are having too many of the same conversations ...in too many of the same board rooms. ...and often times making too many of the same mistakes. The hope is that this podcast also brings more visibility to those topics. And sometimes he can't help but poke fun at some them.
Paul earned his bachelor degree from Loyola University Chicago, master degree from Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville, and is an Associate Member of the Society of Professional Journalism.