Clock-wise from top left: Horace Hunter, Dan Vukelich, Himanshu Gupta and Joern Meissner
Five Minutes in Healthcare is where I discuss current events with some of the industry's most influential leaders, as well as innovative thinkers who are working to meet the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic.
Over the last week I have had the pleasure of speaking to Dan Vukelich, Horace Hunter, Himanshu Gupta and Jörn Meissner. Each interview is approximately five minutes long, or a few minutes over five.
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In this installment, I check in with Dan Vukelich, president of the Association of Medical Device Reprocessors (AMDR), regarding the untapped potential for reprocessing in healthcare, how COVID-19 has highlighted those benefits, and what factors stand in the way of increased reprocessing.
In this installment, I check in with Horace Hunter, executive director of the Georgia Biomedical Society, about the impact of the coronavirus in Georgia and upon the society's events.
In this installment, I check in with Himanshu Gupta, director of EverX, a medical equipment company based in Sydney, Australia, about the third-party equipment market globally and the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
In this installment, I check in with proton therapy expert and CEO of Meissner Consulting, Jörn Meissner, to discuss the development and construction of new proton facilities, how the pandemic is impacting those projects, and what trends he sees impacting the proton therapy market going forward.
Phil Jacobus has been involved in health care since 1977, when he visited China to sell equipment. He has done business in 35 countries and still travels extensively. Phil is active in charity, helps rural clinics and always tries to help DOTmed users when he can.
Phil is a member of AHRA, HFMA, AAMI and the Cryogenic Society of America. He has contributed to a number of magazines and journals and has addressed trade groups.
Phil's proudest achievement is that he has been happily married to his wife Barbara since 1989, who helped him found DOTmed in 1998.