Dr. Jordan Shlain believes good medicine and great health come only from a deep understanding of people, data, and science. First, we discuss Dr. Shlain’s unique approach to the healthcare system and the background and experiences that led to his family office. Dr. Shlain reveals why wealth changes the outcome of how he can deliver healthcare. Plus, we discuss the type of people willing to avoid the insurance route and become his patients. Tune in as Dr. Shlain reveals the biggest surprise he came across when starting his practice.
IN THIS EPISODE:
- [01:30] Dr. Shlain opens up about his background and experience.
- [10:30] How Dr. Shlain’s practice differs from the old country doctor approach.
- [16:50] The types of people willing to avoid insurance and become patients of Dr. Shlain.
- [21:20] Why access to wealth changes the outcome of how Dr. Shlain can deliver healthcare.
- [28:00] Dr. Shlain reveals the biggest surprise he came across when starting his practice.
- People are resentful for paying extra on top of their insurance, making it feel like the doctor is greedy. However, insurance companies do not pay doctors much money.
- People want to know that there’s a doctor they can trust.
- Find a doctor that has zero incentive other than your good outcome.
- Life’s too short to deal with people that are either abusive or cross your boundaries at every turn.
I believe good medicine and great health come only from a deep understanding of people, data and science.
I am a doctor who takes his craft seriously and has built the model family office for health and medicine in the United States. I read, write and speak on healthcare innovation in the spirit of advancing & enhancing the experience people, both doctors and patients, have while traversing Fortress healthcare.
My hobbies are linguistics, quantum physics, neuroscience, anthropology, music, social science and humanity.
Not afraid to be wrong if it moves the ball forward. Working on solving social problems; not predicting them. Interested in getting it right; not being right.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
– Marcel Proust