Paul Gaudin is the CEO of Care Rooms, a company using the rise of the sharing economy to solve some of the biggest problems in global healthcare. Care Rooms crowdsources what is known as ‘intermediate care’, allowing patients to recover in comfort, while tackling social isolation and the growing capacity crisis in the NHS and other global healthcare systems.
Paul talks to Lafina about his personal experience that led to the idea for Care Rooms, the effect of loneliness on health, creating caring communities, and the international publicity storm that hit Care Rooms in 2017! You can find out more about Care Rooms at www.carerooms.com
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Music credit: Jack Patterson
Sound engineer: Shaun Crook
Recording: The Pod at White City Place, London