There's No Place Like Home
From clothes and groceries to movies and family dinners, it’s often expected to have both convenience and choice when getting services or products for yourself or a loved one. So, what about caring for your health? Kristy Duffey from Optum Home & Community Care and Kim DeMasie, a nurse practitioner and nonprofit founder, join our latest episode to talk about the demand for health care outside of a doctor’s office or hospital and the growing options for getting the right care at the right time from the comfort of your home.
[5:50 ] Kim DeMasie talks about how her work as a HouseCalls nurse and passion for volunteering come together in her community food pantry.
[16:42 ] Kristy Duffey talks about how home and community care are helping people get the care they want, where they want it.
Kim DeMasie, Clinical Team Manager and Nurse Practitioner at Optum, nonprofit organizer and volunteer
Kristy Duffey, Chief Nursing Officer at Optum Health and Chief Operating Officer at Optum Home & Community Care
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