How to impact culture in the world of technology

Episode 8 June 12, 2019 00:43:30
How to impact culture in the world of technology
The Post-Acute POV
How to impact culture in the world of technology
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In this episode of MatrixCare’s podcast, we introduce Navin Gupta – VP of Home Care Solutions for MatrixCare and Jerry Bridge – Professional Motivational Speaker.  Bridge opens up about the importance of authenticity, integrity, and living a life of well being.

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