Resilient Healthcare CEO writes second column for Forbes and speaks to students at Kean University School of Physical Therapy

Jackleen Samuel

Resilient Healthcare Helps critically ill patients access a range of hospital-grade healthcare services from the comfort of their own home.

Representing more than a dozen Texas hospitals, Resilient Healthcare brings high-quality medical care to those who might not otherwise receive care.” 

— Jackleen Samuel, the President and CEO of Resilient Healthcare

PLANO, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, Oct. 17, 2022 / — Jackleen Samuel, CEO and Founder of Resilient Healthcare, has published her second column in Forbes, addressing the baseless blame placed on physician salaries will the rise in healthcare costs.

At the same time the article was published, she also gave a presentation to students at Kean University School of Physical Therapy, where she discussed the development of the “hospital-at-home” model of care.

The subject is a Samuel who was selected for the Forbes Business Council and has become an expert as her company has grown. Representing more than a dozen Texas hospitals, Resilient Healthcare provides healthcare to high-acute care patients who might not otherwise receive care.

Her Forbes column entitled “Increasing Health Care Costs? Don’t blame doctors; Blame Outdated Admin” made an argument for how critics of physician pay are missing the mark when it comes to finding solutions to rising healthcare costs.

Samuel writes:

“The truth is that even if doctors weren’t paid at all, we would still be spending more than $3 trillion on healthcare in the United States. And of course there would be no industry if you eliminated doctors completely.”

According to Samuels, the real opportunity lies in integrating workflow operating systems (Oss) and virtual assistants.

“Operating systems are installed on employees’ computers to learn the processes they use to complete tasks,” she writes. “It stores multi-step workflows performed by each employee. It then builds a predictive model that allows the virtual assistant to predict what the user will do next, and then augment that experience with suggestions for the next step by prefetching historical operational data. Such systems are just one example of how AI and innovative software can reduce administrative costs.”

The full column can be viewed here.

About Resilient Healthcare

Resilient Healthcare has become the market leader in home acute care. The [email protected]™ program is the first of its kind to provide critically ill patients with access to a range of hospital-grade healthcare services, both virtual and in-person, from the comfort of their own home. Resilient Healthcare began in 2018 as a vision for a better healthcare system.

Its technology was launched in 2020 with the overarching goal of developing software to transform homes into clinical spaces, efficiently coordinate care, and optimize health risk stratification. It has announced partnerships like the one the company announced with MidCoast Health System to launch its Rural Healthcare Initiative earlier this year, which will bring acute and ambulatory AI-enabled care to rural communities in Texas. This development was featured in McKnight’s Long-Term Care News – For more information on Resilient Healthcare, visit https: //

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