Disrupting the Healthcare Industry, With Shane Foss

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on January 21, 2020

It’s believed that there are as many as 75 million workers that currently occupy the gig economy in the United States. That’s nearly one-third of American workers. Each day, new markets become available for people to utilize and create independent revenue streams for themselves, entering an evolving market that has long been known as the “gig economy.” Companies like Etsy, eBay, Uber, Lyft, Fiverr, and more pave the way for an emerging gig economy that has yet to be revealed.

Though this lifestyle offers flexibility and spontaneity that is absent in regular full-time positions, there are vital components that are missing from gig economy positions that would otherwise be provided with long-term employment — one of those being stable healthcare coverage.

Shane Foss decided to change that and paired his 20+ years of experience in the healthcare industry with his passion for technology to form a new type of healthcare insurance.

Joining Adam, Shane shares how he’s disrupting the healthcare industry.


  • What Americans should be most worried about when it comes to healthcare;
  • Insights into health coordinators and proactive healthcare management;
  • What employers and business owners are facing in the current job market, and what do they need to know;
  • What you should expect and deserve from a health insurance company;
  • And much more!

If you want to learn more about affordable healthcare coverage for you, your family, and your team, tune in!

About This Guest: ()

After over 20 years in the healthcare industry, Shane decided to use his passion for technology to improve healthcare operations and products. In 2018, he launched Hooray Health, an unconventional health insurance company that works hard to make healthcare coverage simple, accessible, and affordable. Shane educates others on what they deserve and should expect from a health insurance company, as well as what employers in the current job market need to reward and retain employees.