Podcast Tuesdays! Future Outlook of Healthcare w/ Richard Zhao #SolvePT #BizPT | Modern Manual Therapy Blog

Podcast Tuesdays! Future Outlook of Healthcare w/ Richard Zhao #SolvePT #BizPT

“The future depends on what you do today.”
― Mahatma Gandhi

In this episode of Therapy Insiders, we dust off our magical ball and look into the future. We know insurance sucks. We know healthcare is expensive. We need change is needed. But how well do most people know about insurance? Do the majority of people even know what insurance truly does and means? We delve into these questions with Richard Zhao, an insider… of different sorts. Richard has been on the inside of the insurance machine and provides a unique perspective on healthcare. Click here to take a listen and let us know what you think.
This episode of Therapy Insiders is sponsored by WebPT: The ultimate EMR for physical therapists. Want to know why they are the ultimate? Check them out at WebPT.com/podcast and find out for yourself (seriously its more fun that way). Want a free demo? Of course you do! Give them a call at 866-221-1870!

Information below from Richard’s LinkedIn Profile:
Richard Zhao on Therapy Insiders

A performance driven contributor experienced in financial services and healthcare product development and business development in China market. Extensive experience in data analysis, financial modeling, business process improvement, and business Analysis. Strength includes strong leadership, problem-solving skills and strategic thinking. A great team player and leader with skills in:
• Data Analysis
• ICD-9/CPT/HCPCS Claim Analysis
• Business Strategy
• Financial Modeling
• LEAN/Six Sigma
• Business Process Improvement
• Treasury Management
• Mortgage Post Closing
• Financial Analysis
• Equity Analysis
• Accounting/Finance Work Flow
• China market Business Development
Graduated from Wells Fargo Leadership Program with a successful track record of leadership. Demonstrated quality of strategic vision and achieving goals through business process improvement, cultural change and implementation roadmaps. I understand business and people.

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