Chris Light is one of the founding board members of Principle Health Systems and is in charge of the company's business development and growth. Principle Health Systems focuses on using modern tools and data to help doctors give better personalized care. He's also the founder of Concord Life Sciences, which is a diagnostic lab. But most of all, he's an entrepreneur just like you and me.
Chris Light, he is the real deal. He and his partners are running a phenomenal healthcare business that, among other things, is out on the front lines helping people get tested for COVID-19. He shares several stories about what that’s like right now in the frontlines, both personally and as an entrepreneur.
04:38 - Managing between emotional versus scientific data when determining what's safe or not
07:47 - The current situation of our frontlines
9:01 - Different kinds of COVID19 testing
17:23 - Without proper data, the best way to stop the spread of COVID is following a solid set of practices in the workplace
20:43 - Many people are still wondering, should we be terrified of COVID or is it just a conspiracy?
24:41 - How Chris and his company adapted to the changed brought about by COVID
26:36 - Should we be concerned about the politics of the big pharma and insurance companies?
32:50 - How Chris is transitioning right now as an entrepreneur during this crisis
40:51 - Explaining facts about COVID in a digestible way
46:27 - Safety protocols that make the biggest difference in the fight against COVID
48:47 - How do business owners ensure compliance of safety protocols from their employees and customers
58:42 - Chris' passionate plea to entrepreneurs
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