About The Guest(s):
Vinod Dasa is an orthopedic surgeon and academic faculty member at LSU Health Sciences Center in New Orleans. He grew up in Pennsylvania and completed his medical training at Union College and Albany College. He then went on to do his residency in Buffalo and a fellowship in New York. After Hurricane Katrina, he was recruited to Louisiana and has since been involved in building an academic department and navigating the challenges of healthcare.
Vinod Dasa, an orthopedic surgeon and academic faculty member at LSU Health Sciences Center, shares his experiences and insights into the healthcare industry. He discusses how being thrown into the deep end early in his career gave him a unique perspective on healthcare and the challenges it faces. He also talks about the slow progress of value-based care and the need for improved measurement of quality and transparency in the industry. Dasa highlights the importance of collaboration and learning across healthcare professionals and discusses the creation of Doc Social, a platform that facilitates collaborative learning.
- Dasa's early exposure to the inner workings of healthcare gave him a realistic understanding of how the system functions.
- The slow progress of value-based care is due to the need for improved measurement of quality and transparency in the industry.
- The transition to value-based care requires a shift in culture and infrastructure, which can be challenging.
- Collaboration and learning across healthcare professionals are essential for making informed decisions and improving patient care.
- Doc Social is a platform that promotes collaborative learning among healthcare professionals from various disciplines.