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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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Peeps – sorry for the radio silence!

Funny, even that term seems so archaic now.  Its been more than 8 years since I have consistently written on this blog. I finally decided that the sabbatical should end and a new chapter should begin.

I have always found writing as my most effective way to distill ideas, wrestle concepts, and broaden perspectives. But writing takes time, and effort, and consistency to build, maintain, and sustain. And your audience needs to be sowed, nurtured, and managed to become self sustaining and generative. But like all great works, it is in the daily grind (The War of Art) – the battle against The Resistance – that the artist reveals themselves to themself. And, in that reflection, you can learn surprising things about yourself and the world. Plus, you get to meet a few interesting people along the way. 

The current journey I’m leading – Crossover Health – was a result of my original foray into putting digits to keypad way back in 2006. In fact, the ideas that were shared, the books I had read, and the people I met ultimately resulted in the formative nidus to gave me the courage to launch the company. Through nearly a decade of blood, sweat, and tears – and a few lives and a couple of additional near death experiences – the company is finally in a position to achieve its original vision.

Some may find it interesting that we never started out to be a medical staffing or clinic operator company – no, that would not be big enough. You might also not know that our passion for design and member facing technology – while inspiring and bit maverick, is not fundamental enough.

Our founding inspiration has been and remains the creation of a proactive, predictive, and powerful membership based health organization that  fundamentally transforms how care is financed, delivered, and experienced. The pieces are in place, the technology has evolved, the market has matured, and the Avengers are assembled for an End Game run like no other.

I hope to share the things we’ve learned, the thinking behind the decisions we’ve made, what we believe health care should be, and how we fight the resistance to achieve our creative destiny as an organization. 

#GameOn

4 comments on “#GameOn: Emerging from the Radio Silence

  1. @cascadia says:

    Is it a stealth marketing ploy to make me more curious?

    the link gives you a 503 Service Unavailable error

  2. This is really fantastic blog i like it.

    Bioten

  3. Janmar Delicana says:

    It’s a great pleasure to read your blog. I find your post very informative. Thank you for sharing your insights.
    As a reader, I consider your writing to be a great example of a quality and globally competitive output. It would be a great thrill and honor if you could share your genuine ideas and knowledge to our community, Physician Nexus. With this you can gain 1000 physician readers from over 62 countries on Nexus.
    We would love for you to visit our community. It’s free, takes seconds, and is designed for physicians only – completely free of industry bias and commercial interests.
    Best,
    Janmar Delicana
    On behalf of the Physician Nexus Team
    http://www.PhysicianNexus.com

  4. Parker W says:

    Love it Scott! Keep up the awesome work! I am looking forward to reading your blog – so please, keep those fingers typing!

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