Our healthcare system has long ignored many of the realities of the Patient Journey:
- That our experience of health is equal parts physical, mental, and spiritual.
- That 80% of healthcare happens outside the clinic. That social factors often determine outcomes.
- That without time, money, and expertise, navigating the system successfully can be impossible.
- Those failures impact not just patients, but caregivers and providers as well.
At WiseCare, we offer ready-made collaborations and working partnerships to create and foster success across the healthcare continuum. We’re more than a payor—we’re a partner. We’re here to help physicians keep, grow, and better care for Medicare patients.
That’s what we do. Healthcare Made Well.
When I was a late-stage cancer patient in a nursing home, legally blind and reliant on a wheelchair, I spent a lot of time looking at the empty chair in the doctor’s office. I committed to making sure that other patients, caregivers, and providers never felt that alone. It’s such an honor, now that I am better, to lead the WiseCare team and the patients, caregivers, and providers we serve to make that commitment a reality.
As the son of a doctor and a nurse, a chronic disease sufferer since age 16, and the father of a child with a neurological birth incident, I've seen the best and the worst of the healthcare system: enormous outpourings of compassion and skill, and horrifying lapses in communication and coordination. We all—patients, caregivers, and providers—deserve better.
My father's colorectal cancer wasn't diagnosed until he showed up in the ER, and he passed away just over a year later. Shifting our focus from illness to health, well-being, and the social determinants of health is vital. We’re creating a human-centered care delivery system that will help everyone—patients, caregivers, and providers—thrive.
Chief Commercial Officer