Talking health care with Chris Little of KFI AM Radio in Los Angeles

November 27, 2017 Rod Hochman

Recently I had the opportunity to chat with Chris Little, news director for KFI AM Radio in Los Angeles, about the future of health care. We spoke in-depth about who Providence St. Joseph Health is and how we’re working with our diverse family of partners to be a strong voice for the poor and vulnerable, and ensure everyone has access to high-quality, affordable health care

I invite you to watch our conversation and learn about the five ways Providence St. Joseph Health is working to transform health care for all by:

  1. Using digital technology to make health care more convenient and affordable, including reaching the most remote, rural communities.
  2. Removing the barriers to mental health and addiction services, which are an urgent need in every community we serve. 
  3. Creating a healthier population through increased access to primary care, care management and education.
  4. Caring for the whole person through the end-of-life – physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually.
  5. Advancing genomics and scientific wellness to keep people healthy well into their 80s.

I also invite you to learn more about Providence St. Joseph Health by exploring

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