The business part of healthcare is broken.
We're going to Reboot Healthcare and
you can help — yes, you!

Funding healthcare innovation has traditionally come from government, private health insurance, employers, and — increasingly in the last several years — private equity. We’re taking a different approach — we’re coming to the people most affected by U. S. Healthcare Delivery System Crisis: you. Isn’t it time you, the people of healthcare — patients, doctors, nurses, other medical professionals, and others — started to influence the priorities of the healthcare system?  

We think so.

Available December, 2022:

Reboot Healthcare 5 Year Transformation Plan Book - Smaller


Laura Landry 

Health Operations & Information Technology 

I have been been at the intersection of healthcare operations and health technology innovation since 2000 when I designed and implemented projects for the County of Los Angeles Department of Health Services and later the City of Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services. I led a team in addressing the complex business process, privacy, security, and systems integration required to demonstrate health data liquidity could be accomplished at scale. We were one of nine federal contract awardees  of the Nationwide Health Information Network project.

I am passionate about taking care of the people in healthcare who take care of the patients.

My focused purpose is to deliver affordable peace of mind — which is the declared purpose of health insurance but has not been the fact of it for decades.

Patients, physicians, nurses, and all the other people in and around healthcare deserve business processes and technology systems that are as user-friendly and accurate as  online banking or on-demand product purchasing.

It’s time to radically simplify the business aspect of healthcare.

S. Bre Jackson

Market Development & Physician Strategist

Healthcare is a people driven market. Every patient deserves the best of care. I call that True Care. True Care is optimizing the healthcare continuum with the physicians and specialists synchronously coordinating care with the patient at the center receiving the best timely care. Timeliness is a critical concern that we all agree is the definitive value of medicine.   

As a health plan veteran, I work to build the best physician networks that are regional and area of care specific. Physician strategy is helping physicians identify the best tools and resources to ensure quality of care and deliver the best of care outcomes for their patients.   

Whether I am launching a new campus for specialized care or working with physicians’ services, my sole goal is to ensure patients have access to high-quality health care.   

There is a nirvana-like ecosystem where information, technology and care converge to ensure patient have better outcomes and care is measurable and affordable.   

The business of healthcare is solvable, and I am advocating for True Care for everyone.