On Today’s Show
What does the future of healthcare look like?
Today, Dr. Michelle Robin is joined by her good friend and internal medicine physician at Reinvent Your Health, Dr. Diane Voss. In this episode, they discuss how healthcare practitioners can make a difference in other people’s lives through sympathetic medicine, better communication via tools like the Spruce app, and affordable healthcare via direct primary care with organizations such as The Midwest Direct Primary Care Alliance.
Dr. Diane Voss has been practicing internal medicine for more than 20 years. She is a member of the American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM) – the foremost group of physicians who practice integrative medicine.
In addition to standard American medicine, Dr. Voss has an ardent interest in holistic alternative/sympathetic medicine, nutritional therapies, exercise and coaching people to improve their lifestyle to enjoy better health.
Dr. Voss finds she learns something new from her patients every day and believes healthcare should be a partnership between doctor and patient.
To help her make that connection, her and her team at Reinvent Your Health use the Spruce appwhich is a safe and confidential way for patients to get in touch with them whenever they need to ask a question or see someone in person at either the clinic or at their own home.
Listen and discover how you can help your patients find a healthy lifestyle that resonates with them, empower them to find their joy, and take their lives back.
Life is really simple but we insist on making it complicated. – Confucious
- Diane Voss
- Internal Medicine Physician
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Mentioned In This Episode
- Reinvent Your Health
- American College for the Advancement of Medicine (ACAM)
- The Midwest Direct Primary Care Alliance
- Spruce app
- Small Changes Big Shifts episode 161 with Jennifer Robinson
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