An aspiring cardiologists journey into home care

Episode 7 March 25, 2019 00:20:37
An aspiring cardiologists journey into home care
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An aspiring cardiologists journey into home care
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In this episode of MatrixCare’s podcast, we introduce Navin Gupta – VP of Home Care Solutions for MatrixCare and Ali Mandsaurwala – Owner of Miami Accessible franchise . Gupta opens a dialogue with Mandsaurwala tracing the journey of someone on the path to becoming a cardiologist into entry in the home care senior space. Learn how the intersection of medicine, culture, core values are influencing and shaping unique solutions to home care’s #1 problem.

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