May 29, 2020
Life in America can be seen through several lenses, each offering its own perspective on day to day life. In this Episode of Humans, Now and Then, I speak to Greg Roedersheimer, the owner of Roedy Consulting Group and the host of the Suburban Folk podcast, about his work in healthcare, his views on Suburban life, and about one of his favorite topics, finance.
Greg is an operations and analytics professional focused primarily on healthcare and government programs in the United States. His specialty is working with technical, analytical, clinical and operations resources to maximize workflows, develop KPIs, and implement methodologies for accurately tracking performance and financials.
He is the owner of Roedy Consulting Group who applies the same approach to other industries such as finance. The company’s goal is to equip non-technical clients with tools to easily manage their day to day business and streamline their operations. The company is currently focused on expanding into other businesses outside of healthcare and finance. To learn more about the company, visit roedyconsulting.com.
Greg is also the host of the Suburban Folk Podcast. The show features expert guests to provide listeners strategies and tips to manage their day to day finances, home improvement, and health as well as guidance for parenting and travel. Weekly episodes are published Mondays with a live show on Thursdays where audience members can comment and ask questions. For more information about the show, visit suburbanfolk.com.
Greg can be contacted via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or to learn more about his services.
Health care industry and preventive care benefits:
Definition of social determinants:
Amazon's work in healthcare:
Amazon Care, piloted for their employees:
Google's work in healthcare:
Apple's work in healthcare:
Heart disease as leading cause of death:
Work flexibility and job retention:
Working from home improves opportunities for people with disabilities:
Impact of pandemic travel reductions on carbon footprint:
Trillion trees initiative:
College enrollment rates:
US Demographics - where our population lives
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Music by Ryan Sullivan. Contact: email@example.com.