How to Eradicate Sick Care & Create a System Designed for Wellness w/Paul Genet
By Casey Porter
July 7th, 2020
Sick care is a self-perpetuating model designed for health decline, not optimization and improving outcomes.
The system is imploding slowly because many have started to see it for the sham that it is.
A growing number of physicians are trying to detach from this model and get into a practice that would productively help their patients in a real way, but it’s not an easy transition to make.
There are mindset shifts, fears that need to be confronted and factors that militate against them.
What are the steps these doctors can take to move away from a bad system?
How does fear block their progress?
In this episode, I’m joined by influential attorney and healthcare entrepreneur, Paul Genet to discuss the shortcomings of sick care and how we can architect something better.
Fear is the mother of all human limitations.
It is energy, you can transform it into something useful.
Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode
- The switch from sick care to optimization is also a shift from insurance to cash pay. This requires turning a doctor into an entrepreneur, which is a huge mindset shift because it’s about producing results.
- In the optimization space, doctors need to actually make their patients well. In the sick care system, wellness doesn’t matter because it’s all about managing and medicating instead of raising the level of health of the patient.
- The eradication of sick care starts with building a new system of optimization healthcare where the intention is wellness, not sickness management.
Paul is an influential attorney in the medical space, and the founder and CEO of Genetics Health.
He is licensed in state and federal courts in Florida and is certified by the Supreme Court of Florida as a circuit court mediator.
Paul focuses his practice on healthcare issues.
Throughout his career as a Florida attorney, he has successfully litigated and resolved numerous million-dollar and multimillion-dollar cases.
Health focuses on physician, surgery center, hospital management and pharmaceutical sales and finance.