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Scott Shreeve, MD

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I'm the CEO of Crossover Health, a patient-centered, membership-based medical group that is redesigning the practice, delivery, and experience of health care. We offer urgent, primary, and online care to our members who can access our technology platform, practice model, and provider network from anywhere and anytime to optimize their health. Email Me

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The Comeback

Comeback (kŭm’băk) n.

1. A return to formerly enjoyed status or prosperity
2. A return to popularity
3. A Reply, especially a quick witty one; a retort.

As a kid, I used to love to listen to LL Cool J. I can still rattle off the rhymes from those summer jam sessions of long ago. One of the lines I always remember was from the 1990 smash hit, “Mamma Said Knock You Out

Don’t call it a comeback, I been here for years
Rockin my peers and puttin suckas in fear
Makin the tears rain down like a monsoon
Listen to the bass go BOOM!

I have had several people ping me on my month long hiatus. Nothing special – just lots of busy summertime activities, travels for work and for fun, and trying to mix in some family time. I actually have alot of blogs queued up for review and will be jumping back on the Health 2.0 train, consumerism, and the interesting world of the healthcare revolution shortly.

So like my boy Todd Smith (aka LL Cool J) sez, “Don’t call it a comeback . . .

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One comment on “The Comeback

  1. Anonymous says:

    i think scott you will be super busy advising us in our startup in southern california 🙂

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