A new lens on tackling diabetes and improving health outcomes
There are many life-shortening diseases linked to diabetes, but the problem of slow-healing wounds is often overlooked. Approximately 15 percent of diabetics will develop a foot ulcer at some point and the healing process can be painfully slow. Kevin Lamb is the co-founder and CEO of Advanced Tissue, the US leader in the delivery of wound care supplies. He is also a man on a mission to educate people about health care and spread the word about life-saving interventions that are accessible to everyone. Kevin is also a film-producer with a critically-acclaimed portfolio of work in Hollywood, such as the drama, Wakefield, starring Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston, and the thriller Marshall. In this in-depth interview, Kevin explains his passion for story-telling; the power of innovation in health care and his personal drive to live a long, healthy and purposeful life.
Notes and quotes
“You want to live life with the tools you’ve been given and leverage everything that you know to enjoy things, live a positive impactful life (and) impact others.”
Kevin Lamb is the CEO of Advanced Tissue, a US leader in the delivery of wound care supplies. On his blog Kevin shares his thoughts about everything from his latest Hollywood film, Marshall, to the innovative video postcards his company is using to educate patients about wound care.
You want to live life with the tools you’ve been given and leverage everything that you know to enjoy things, live a positive impactful life (and) impact others.
“The one thing that makes an old person old, fast, is the inability to connect…with people of all ages.”