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About Us

Doctor's Desk

Mission

To serve healthcare partners by providing solutions and support to optimize the healthcare of patients

Vision 

To be a preferred partner for healthcare entities wanting an innovative partner in healthcare delivery and business development

Values 

  • Trust

  • Expertise

  • Compassion

  • Family

Honaker Health LLC was created in 2021 when Dr. Honaker left the corporate healthcare sector to become a full-time entrepreneur. The company started out with Dr. Honaker providing consulting support for startups in the healthcare arena as well as ongoing executive support in the realm of strategic planning, business development, and executive coaching. Given Dr. Honaker's enthusiastic entrepreneurial spirit and wide network, the company continues to expand its footprint while working with academic centers, small for-profit startups, and larger nonprofit establishments. His clients most value his unique perspective and experience as an MD with real-life experience in various business settings, allowing him to generate a multitude of solutions and provide credible resources. 

Dr. Josh Honaker, CEO & Founder 

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Additional Resources 

  • LinkedIn

Featured  Podcasts 

Dr. Honaker's podcasts, discussing relevant topics in the healthcare industry 

Parent M.D. Discussion with Dr. Stephanie Eken

Heroes of Healthcare Discussion

S-Curve, Chaos, and the Evolution of Healthcare 

Parent M.D. Discussion with Parento Health

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Blogs

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A Q&A with Chief Executive Officer Eric Passon & Chief Medical Officer Josh Honaker

Dr. Honaker's Publications 

Primary care providers’ prescribing practices of opioid controlled substances

The S-curve discontinuity theory predicts the path towards a “well” society T and increased longevity

Impact of parenting on the development of chronic diseases in adulthood

Healthcare system approach to managing COVID-19 in a metropolitan community in Kentucky

Multidisciplinary approach to enhancing provider well-being in a metropolitan medical group in the United States

Rebooting the ambulatory enterprise in a community medical group in Kentucky following the initial surge of COVID-19

The S-Curve Discontinuity Theory Applied to Medicine to Explain Healthcare’s Past and Predict Its Future

Decline in primary care providers’ prescribing of Schedule II opioids following the implementation of federal and state guidelines

Standardized warfarin monitoring decreases adverse drug reactions

Multidisciplinary approach to low-dose CT screening for lung cancer in a metropolitan community

Reduction in Schedule II opioid prescribing by primary
care providers, orthopedic and general surgeons, and pain management specialists following the implementation of a State House Bill and an Institutional Controlled Substance Task Force

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