This week on "Podnosis," you'll hear from Katya Siddall-Cipolla, who started Hopper Health to offer virtual primary care and related services for neurodivergent adults. She talks with Fierce's Anastassia Gliadkovskaya about why neurodivergent adults need nuanced care and how to provide it.
Also under discussion is the opioid epidemic. Jayne Conroy is a leading plaintiff attorney on the landmark $10 billion agreement to settle with CVS and Walgreens. She talks with Fierce’s Annie Burky about the case as well as how cases like this can force change in the healthcare industry.
To learn more about topics in this episode:
- New virtual primary care provider for neurodivergent adults, Hopper Health, launches
- Marker Learning scores $15M to continue bringing down the cost of learning disability assessments
- There's a new reimbursement pathway for VR therapy. The health tech company behind it just raised $10M
- Point32Health teams up with autism care provider Cortica to expand access to neurological therapies
- Bicycle Health partners with Bureau of Prisons to provide opioid use disorder treatment at reentry centers
- Confo hands baton to Lilly for non-opioid pain med development in $40M upfront deal
- Orexo, leveraging drug delivery tech, seeks FDA approval of nasal high-dose opioid rescue medicine
- #FierceMadness: The competition to determine healthcare's most powerful person is back!
Podnosis is produced by senior multimedia producer Teresa Carey and managing editor Querida Anderson with editor-in-chief Ayla Ellison and senior editors Heather Landi and Paige Minemyer. The sound engineer is Caleb Hodgson. The stories are by all our “Fierce” journalists. Like and subscribe wherever you listen to your podcasts.