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  1. SCA’s Caitlin Zulla on Value-Based Care as a Key to Improving Healthcare in America

    Scott Becker interviews Caitlin Zulla, Chief Executive Officer, of Surgical Care Affiliates. Here they discuss value-based care as a key to improving healthcare in America today.
    Sponsored by Surgical Care Affiliates (http://scasurgery.com/).

  2. George Zula, Vice President of Acentrus Specialty and Ross Thompson, Vice President and Chief Pharmacy Officer,Tufts Medical Center

    George Zula, Vice President of Acentrus Specialty and Ross Thompson, Vice President and Chief Pharmacy Officer,Tufts Medical Center discuss facilitating access to limited distribution products, the difference between a network administrator and a data aggregator, and much more.
    This podcast is sponsored by Acentrus Specialty (https://www.acentrusrx.com/).

  3. SCA’s Caitlin Zulla Talks Culture as Key to Emerging Strong from COVID-19

    Scott Becker interviews Caitlin Zulla, Chief Executive Officer, of Surgical Care Affiliates. Here they discuss culture as a key to emerging strong from COVID-19.
    Sponsored by Surgical Care Affiliates (http://scasurgery.com/).

  4. Digital Patient Engagement -- Improving Self-Pay Collections and More

    Jackson Hospital s Assistant VP of Revenue Cycle Management, David Ralston, alongside MedAssist s SVP, Noel Felipe, discuss the transition from traditional to digital self-pay collections, and how that single move transformed the way their organization drove revenue and improved patient satisfaction.

    This podcast is sponsored by MedAssist (http://www.gomedassist.com).

  5. Patient matching + EMPI technology with Dr. Kel Pults & Letha Stewart of MediQuant

    Dr. Kel Pults and Letha Stewart of MediQuant discuss the importance of Enterprise Master Patient Identifiers (eMPIs) and how patient matching technology supports more informed patient care. Tune in to learn the process of bringing together patient data from multiple sources into a single archive for streamlined use.
    This episode is sponsored by MediQuant (https://www.mediquant.com/).

  6. The Enterprise-wide Financial Impact of AI & Automation - Olive CEO, Sean Lane

    Hear from Olive CEO, Sean Lane on the role AI and automation can play as health systems build financial recovery plans and best practices for organizations looking to implement an AI.
    This episode is sponsored by Olive (https://oliveai.com/).

  7. Priorities, Trends and Leadership in Dentistry with Kevin Mosher, CEO, ClearChoice Management Services

    Dental implant leader, Kevin Mosher, CEO, ClearChoice Management Services, discusses industry priorities, trends and leadership.

    This episode is sponsored by ClearChoice (https://www.clearchoice.com/).

  8. Dentistry’s Perception Problem—What We Must Do To Ensure Dentistry Isn’t Shuttered Again

    Dental implant leader, Kevin Mosher, CEO of ClearChoice Management Services, discusses how COVID-19 underscored the importance of medical professionals yet left dentistry on the sidelines. He discusses the issue and what we can do to ensure this never happens again.
    This episode is sponsored by ClearChoice (https://www.clearchoice.com/).

  9. Achieving Success in Telehealth with Paul Ricci CEO, SOC Telemed

    In this episode we talk with Paul Ricci, Chief Executive Officer at SOC Telemed. Paul shares some key attributes of the company's growth, insights on why SOC Telemed joined the Nasdaq stock exchange, and his outlook for the future of telemedicine.
    This episode is sponsored by SOC Telemed (https://www.soctelemed.com/).

  10. Cardiology procedures in ASCs - Lisa Rock, President of National Medical Billing Services and Dr. Vijay Swarup, Director of Arizona Heart Rhythm Center.

    Lisa Rock of National Medical Billing Services and Dr. Vijay Swarup of Arizona Heartt Rhythm Center discuss the move of cardiology procedures to ASCs, the benefits for surgeons and patients, and best practices for ASCs looking to add cardiovascular into their centers.
    This episode is sponsored by National Medical Billing Services (https://nationalascbilling.com/).

  11. Darla Hutton, Vice President of US Marketing and Custom Hospital Analytics at Intuitive

    From nurse to VP of Custom Hospital Analytics at Intuitive, Darla Hutton discusses how the company s inclusive design principles are helping level the playing field in surgery. She shares how her team works with surgeons and care teams to tell their outcomes story using data, and with administrators to look across their services lines, and at the KPIs that are important to them, to identify gaps and solutions. The goal - reducing clinical, operational, and financial variation along the patient journey through scalable change management models.
    This episode is sponsored by Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us?utm_source=pdcst&utm_medium=beckers-web-pltfrm&utm_campaign=darla-scott&utm_term=q3-083120-intrvw). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  12. Managing through Financial Crisis: Strategies to Keep Cash Flowing

    The healthcare industry normally is recession-proof, but as we have all come to experience during the pandemic, there s nothing normal about our economy, our industry or our quality of life. ClearBalance HealthCare Senior Revenue Cycle Strategist Pete Thompson describes patient financing strategies to help revenue cycle leaders navigate financial obstacles, keep cash flowing, and make care affordable for consumers.
    This episode is Sponsored by ClearBalance (https://www.myclearbalance.com/).

  13. Impact of Clinical Communication During COVID-19

    Dr. Rhonda Collins describes how nursing leaders across the country are tackling the unique challenges of COVID-19. She covers how technology can enable clarity and connection at a time when the frontlines are facing unprecedented levels of uncertainty, anxiety, and isolation.
    This podcast is sponsored by Vocera (https://www.vocera.com/).

  14. Transitioning to an Outpatient World - Dr. Jim Ballard, orthopedic surgeon, Oregon Surgical Institute & Chris Bishop, CEO, Regent Surgical Health

    Scott Becker interviews Dr. Jim Ballard, orthopedic surgeon, Oregon Surgical Institute & Chris Bishop, CEO, Regent Surgical Health. Here they discuss partnering with hospitals, the evolving interest of hospitals partnering with surgery centers, surgeons' responses to surgery centers and the movement of total joints to surgery centers.
    Sponsored by Regent Surgical Health (https://regentsurgicalhealth.com/).

  15. Pivoting in the New Healthcare Payments Environment

    Listen to our compelling presenters discuss how hospitals are altering the patient payment experience with digital options while remaining fiscal viability. Consumer healthcare spending habits are changing are you keeping up?

    This podcast is sponsored by Elavon (http://www.elavon.com/).

  16. The evolving ASC Market - Chris Bishop, CEO, Regent Surgical Health & Dr. Jim Ballard, orthopedic surgeon, Oregon Surgical Institute

    Scott Becker interviews Chris Bishop, CEO, Regent Surgical Health & Dr. Jim Ballard, orthopedic surgeon, Oregon Surgical Institute. Here they discuss Covid-19, dealing with patient, staff and physician concerns, how the ASC market is evolving and outpatient orthopedics and spine.
    Sponsored by Regent Surgical Health (https://regentsurgicalhealth.com/).

  17. How Hospitals Can Do More With Less - Wes Madden from Masimo Weighs In

    This episode features Wes Madden, VP of Hospital Automation for Masimo. Here he discusses the expansion of hospital automation and how it will impact care in the next 5 - 10 years.

    This podcast is sponsored by Masimo (https://www.masimo.com/).

  18. Marketing and Patient Experience Strategies During a Pandemic - Craig Daly, GM Healthcare, Podium

    Mackenzie Bean interviews Craig Daly from Podium about the current state of patient experience and engagement and what the future holds as healthcare evolves the digital experience.

    This episode is sponsored by Podium (https://www.podium.com).

  19. Pam Stoyanoff, CPA, FACHE, President and Chief Operating Officer, Methodist Health System

    This episode features Pam Stoyanoff, CPA, FACHE, the President and Chief Operating Officer for Methodist Health System. Here she discusses the current situation with COVID-19, patient hesitancy, and why da Vinci robotic surgery is a key strategy for Methodist.
    This episode is sponsored by Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  20. Leading Through COVID-19 Recovery - Eric Evans, CEO of Surgery Partners

    Scott Becker interviews Eric Evans from Surgery Partners in this two-part podcast series. Here they discuss Surgery Partners response to COVID-19, priorities over the next 6 - 12 months and advice for emerging leaders.

    Listen to part 1 of the podcast here. (https://blubrry.com/beckershealthcarepodcast/65838991/enhancing-patient-quality-of-life-through-partnership-eric-evans-ceo-of-surgery-partners/).This episode is sponsored by Surgery Partners (https://surgerypartners.com/).

  21. Enhancing Patient Quality of Life Through Partnership - Eric Evans, CEO of Surgery Partners

    Scott Becker interviews Eric Evans from Surgery Partners in this two-part podcast series. Here they discuss the strengths of the short-stay surgical model and how Surgery Partners has positioned itself for growth and pursuing new and meaningful partnerships.
    Listen to part 2 of the podcast here. (https://blubrry.com/beckershealthcarepodcast/65850725/leading-through-covid-19-recovery-eric-evans-ceo-of-surgery-partners/).(https://blubrry.com/beckershealthcarepodcast/65838991/enhancing-patient-quality-of-life-through-partnership-eric-evans-ceo-of-surgery-partners/)This episode is sponsored by Surgery Partners (https://surgerypartners.com/).

  22. Dr. Terry Loftus, Chief Medical Officer at Medical City Fort Worth

    This episode features Dr. Loftus, the Chief Medical Officer for Medical City Fort Worth. Here he highlights the benefits of a structured robotics service line and why robotic-assisted surgery is so appealing in our current environment.
    This episode is sponsored by Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  23. Leslie Basham from Surgical Directions on the impact of COVID-19 on Surgical Volumes and What Hospitals Are Doing Differently During The Second Wave

    This episode features Leslie Basham, President & Chief Operating Officer of Surgical Directions. Here she discusses how hospitals can support their ORs and regain financial strength in the midst of COVID-19.
    This podcast is sponsored by Surgical Directions. (https://www.surgicaldirections.com/).

  24. Remote Monitoring During COVID-19 and Beyond - Insights from Chief Healthcare Administrative Officer for Masimo, Rick Gannotta

    In this podcast, we speak with Rick Gannotta, Chief Healthcare Administrative Officer for Masimo about the benefits of remote monitoring solutions and how COVID-19 has impacted the remote monitoring landscape.
    This podcast is sponsored by Masimo. (https://www.masimo.com/).

  25. Brant Herman, Founder & CEO, MouthWatch

    This episode features Brant Herman, Founder & CEO of MouthWatch. Here he discusses an overview of teledentistry, challenges dental practices are facing when reopening, rebuilding patient trust, and much more!
    This podcast is sponsored by MouthWatch (http://www.mouthwatch.com).

  26. Coming Back from COVID-19: How Resuming Elective GI Procedures Brings New Priorities for the Healthcare Community

    This episode features Michael McMurtry, M.D. the Head of Medical Content and Informatics at Provation and Brandon Hoheisel, the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Provation Medical. Here they discuss resuming elective GI procedures and the new priorities it brings for the healthcare community.

    This podcast is sponsored by Provation (https://www.provationmedical.com/).

  27. Understanding Interoperability Standards and the Health IT Landscape

    In this episode we talk with Mike O'Neil, Chief Executive Officer of MedicaSoft, about the ONC's 2020 advisory report, the influence of COVID-19 on interoperability in healthcare and the next five years in health IT, and more.

    This podcast is sponsored by MedicaSoft (www.medicasoft.us).

  28. Improving EHR Usability and Reducing Clinical Burden - Health IT Expert Ross Teague Weighs In

    In this podcast, we speak with Allscripts Director of User Experience, Ross Teague, about usability and reducing clinician burden since the release of the 2015 ONC requirements.
    This podcast is sponsored by Allscripts (https://www.allscripts.com/).

  29. How Conduit Health Partners Has Distinctly Positioned Themselves, Pivoted Quickly During a Pandemic and Responded to Health System Needs for their Communities

    In this podcast, we hear from Cheryl Dalton-Norman, MBA, RN, BSN, the president of Conduit Heath Partners and former system vice president of access at Mercy Health in Cincinnati. Here, the nursing expert offers insights into how health systems can better anticipate patient flow and support front-line providers amid the COVID-19 crisis.
    This episode is sponsored by Conduit Health Partners. (https://www.conduithp.com/).

  30. Inclusion and Equality in Healthcare

    This episode features Imamu Tomlinson, MD, MBA, the Chief Executive Officer of Vituity. The conversation centers around the health disparities that continue to afflict minority populations, and how healthcare leaders can play a pivotal role in bringing healthcare justice to our communities.
    This podcast is sponsored by Vituity. (http://www.vituity.com/).

  31. Gary Guthart, CEO of Intuitive, Maker of the Da Vinci Surgical System and Ion Endoluminal System

    This episode features Gary Guthart, CEO of Intuitive, maker of the da Vinci surgical system and Ion endoluminal system. Here, he discusses the evolution of MIS, collaboration with customers during COVID, and how the right people, tools, and education can drive meaningful progress in the quadruple aim.
    This episode is sponsored by Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  32. Why Pharmacy Intelligence Will Drive the New Healthcare Normal

    This episode features James G Stevenson, PharmD, the Vice President of Medication Systems Strategy at Omnicell. Here he discusses medication management, issues uncovered by COVID-19, near- and long-term strategies for recovery and stabilization, data intelligence, and much more!

    This podcast is sponsored by Omnicell (http://www.omnicell.com).

  33. Matching Patient Expectations with the Digital Experience - Kristen Jacobsen, VP of Product and Marketing, RevSpring

    Research reveals a gap between the digital experience patients want and the way they typically interact with providers today. Fragmented multi-channel systems and complex HIS systems prevent some organizations from fully adopting an OmniChannel communication approach. Healthcare organizations need to create a consistent healthcare billing and payment experience, regardless of the point of interaction. In this episode of Becker s podcast series, Kristen Jacobsen, VP of Product and Marketing at RevSpring, talks about the use of a digital first strategy and how to leverage patient data to deliver the healthcare billing and payment experience patients crave.
    This episode is sponsored by RevSpring (https://revspringinc.com/).

  34. How to Achieve Financial Flexibility Amid Adversity — Health IT Expert Josh Gluck Weighs In

    In this podcast, we speak with Josh Gluck, the vice president of global healthcare strategy for Pure Storage, about how healthcare leaders are responding to COVID-19-related financial challenges, the risks of eliminating technology investment and the keys to achieving financial flexibility, and more.
    This episode is sponsored by Pure Storage (https://www.purestorage.com/).

  35. How to meet current staffing demands and prepare to thrive in the future

    As hospitals and health system front-line workers deal head-on with the COVID-19 pandemic, administrators are forced to consider staffing levels from a new perspective. Hospital leaders were already under pressure to contain labor costs while optimizing staffing for provider and patient well-being. This work will become even more critical when the spread of the virus slows. While these challenges are significant, leaders are not without resources. Telehealth solutions and workforce optimization technology can help providers meet the demand of the current moment and thrive in the future. In this episode of Becker's podcast series, we speak with Andrea Nelson, COO of VISTA Staffing Solutions, about workforce optimization, telehealth solutions and the many benefits they can yield for health systems.

  36. Carilion Clinic CEO Nancy Howell Agee on Ambition, Busting Gender Stereotypes and Eliminating Pay Gaps

    This episode features Carilion Clinic CEO Nancy Howell Agee. Here she does a deep dive on ambition, busting gender stereotypes, eliminating pay gaps, and much more.

  37. Filling the labor gap: alternate models for hospital pharmacies’ emergency preparedness

    Join us for this complimentary podcast to learn how your hospital pharmacy can best ensure seamless coverage and increased services during emergency situations.

  38. Innovation with a tangible ROI: How AI is transforming utilization review and the mid-revenue cycle

    In this episode, we speak with Dr. Kurt Hopfensperger, MD, JD, a vice president of physician advisor services with Optum360, about the evolution of artificial intelligence and how the technology is revolutionizing the mid-revenue cycle and utilization review process.

  39. Bryan Stewart, CEO and Director at PracticeWise

    This episode features Bryan Stewart, CEO and Director at PracticeWise. Here, they discuss children s behavioral health, key trends he s seeing in healthcare, and more.

  40. LaShannon Spencer, CEO of Community Health Centers of Arkansas

    This episode features LaShannon Spencer, CEO of Community Health Centers of Arkansas. Here, they discuss her career journey, her best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  41. Rashard Johnson, President of Advocate Trinity and South Suburban Hospitals at Advocate Aurora Health

    This episode features Rashard Johnson, President of Advocate Trinity and South Suburban Hospitals at Advocate Aurora Health. Here, he discusses how his experience playing football has helped him in his professional career, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  42. Mark Swanson, President and CEO of Baptist Medical Group

    This episode features Mark Swanson, President and CEO of Baptist Medical Group. Here, he discusses the changes he s seen in the operations of similar groups, the journey of his career, and more.

  43. Richard Miller, Executive Vice President and Chief Business Strategy Officer at Northwell Health

    This episode features Richard Miller, Executive Vice President and Chief Business Strategy Officer at Northwell Health. Here, he discusses how he worked to develop his core thinking on strategy, his advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  44. Randy Farmer, Chief Operating Officer of the Delaware Health Information Network

    This episode features Randy Farmer, Chief Operating Officer of the Delaware Health Information Network. Here, he discusses what works well within the network, his top priorities in the coming months, and more.

  45. David McSwain, Chief Medical Information Officer at the Medical University of South Carolina

    This episode features David McSwain, Chief Medical Information Officer at the Medical University of South Carolina. Here, he discusses best practices he s learned surrounding telehealth, how he came into his current role, and more.

  46. R. Guy Hudson, CEO of Swedish Health Services

    This episode features R. Guy Hudson, CEO of Swedish Health Services. Here, he discusses the transition of Swedish Health System to Swedish Health Services, his best advice for other leaders, and more.

  47. Ian Leber, Chief Medical Officer at ProHEALTH Care

    This episode features Ian Leber, Chief Medical Officer at ProHEALTH Care. Here, he discusses his top priorities in the coming months, the shift he s seeing towards value based care, and more.

  48. Barry Freedman, President and CEO of the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network

    This episode features Barry Freedman, President and CEO of the Albert Einstein Healthcare Network. Here, he discusses his best advice for emerging leaders, the importance of a we mindset, and more.

  49. Aaron Martin, Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer at Providence St. Joseph Health

    This episode featured Aaron Martin, Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer at Providence St. Joseph Health. Here, he discusses the journey of his career, what Province is doing in the digital sector, and more.

  50. Chris Van Gorder, President and Chief Executive Officer at Scripps Health

    This episode features Chris Van Gorder, President and Chief Executive Officer at Scripps Health. Here, he discusses his best advice for emerging leaders, his transition from working in law enforcement to healthcare, and more.

  51. Kwamane Liddell, Founder and CEO of Dispatch Care

    This episode features Kwamane Liddell, Founder and CEO of Dispatch Care. Here, he discusses his organization, the inspiration behind it, and more.

  52. David Parker, President of ProMedica Senior Care

    This episode features David Parker, President of ProMedica Senior Care. Here, he discusses improvements that have been made since the pandemic hit in March, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  53. Rob Anderson, CEO at Hospitals of Providence

    This episode features Rob Anderson, CEO at Hospitals of Providence. Here, he discusses his career path leading to his CEO role, his key priorities in the next year, and more.

  54. Steve Grubbs, President and CEO of Covenant Health

    This episode features Steve Grubbs, President and CEO of Covenant Health. Here, he discusses the difference between working in healthcare systems in different regions, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  55. Vineet Arora, Associate Chief Medical Officer for Clinical Learning Environment at the University of Chicago Medicine

    This episode features Vineet Arora, Associate Chief Medical Officer for Clinical Learning Environment at the University of Chicago Medicine. Here, she discusses her top priorities, what she s most passionate about in her role, and more.

  56. Dr. Amit Vashist, Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer at Ballad Health

    This episode features Dr. Amit Vashist, Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer at Ballad Health. Here, he discusses his experience transitioning to living and working here after moving from India, the things he s most passionate about in is role, and more.

  57. Chris Barber, President & CEO of St. Bernard’s Healthcare

    This episode features Chris Barber, President & CEO of St. Bernard s Healthcare. Here, he discusses his points of pride in the system, his best pieces of advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  58. Mark Klyczek, President & CEO of Virginia Health Services

    This episode features Mark Klyczek, President & CEO of Virginia Health Services. Here, he discusses his best advice for other leaders, his experience as a firefighter, and more.

  59. Robert Warren, Executive Director of Patient Care Centers and Chief of Clinical Integration at Western University of Health Sciences

    This episode features Robert Warren, Executive Director of Patient Care Centers and Chief of Clinical Integration at Western University of Health Sciences. Here, he discusses his current biggest priorities, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  60. Edward Lee, Associate Executive Director at The Permanente Medical Group and Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer at the Permanente Federation

    This episode features Edward Lee, Associate Executive Director at The Permanente Medical Group and Executive Vice President & Chief Information Officer at the Permanente Federation. Here, he discusses the current trends in IT, the surge in telehealth due to the pandemic, and more.

  61. Matthew Love, President & CEO of Nicklaus Children’s Health System

    This episode features Matthew Love, President & CEO of Nicklaus Children s Health System. Here, he discusses the namesake for the health system, why he decided to continue his career at Nicholas, and more.

  62. Lara Burnside, Chief Experience Officer and Senior Vice President at JPS Health Network

    This episode features Lara Burnside, Chief Experience Officer and Senior Vice President at JPS Health Network. Here, she discusses how she looks at and approaches strategy, her points of pride in JPS, and more.

  63. Jay Roszhart, President of the Memorial Health System Ambulatory Group at Memorial Health System

    This episode features Jay Roszhart, President of the Memorial Health System Ambulatory Group at Memorial Health System. Here, he discusses his best advice for emerging leaders, the trends he s currently seeing in ambulatory care, and more.

  64. Paul Merrick, CEO of the DuPage Medical Group

    This episode features Paul Merrick, CEO of the DuPage Medical Group. Here, they discuss the strategy behind the group s success, his best advice for other leaders, and more.

  65. William Walders, Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of Operations at Health First

    This episode features William Walders, Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President of Operations at Health First. Here, he discusses how his experience in the military has translated into his career, what he s most excited about for the future, and more.

  66. Beth Walker, CEO of Ochsner Baptist

    This episode features Beth Walker, CEO of Ochsner Baptist. Here, she discusses her journey to her role as CEO, her best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  67. Dr. James Kravec, Chief Clinical Officer for Mercy Health Youngstown

    This episode features Dr. James Kravec, Chief Clinical Officer for Mercy Health Youngstown. Here, he discusses his passion for his work, how he recognizes great leaders within his team, and more.

  68. John Woolley, President and CEO of the Hatfield Medical Group

    This episode features John Woolley, President and CEO of the Hatfield Medical Group. Here, he discusses the strategy behind the group s growth, his career, and more.

  69. Yoemy Waller, Chief Data Scientist at Health IT Tek

    This episode features Yoemy Waller, Chief Data Scientist at Health IT Tek. Here, she discusses the career path, her top priorities for the rest of the year, and more

  70. Alan Shoebridge, Director of Marketing and Communications at the Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System

    This episode features Alan Shoebridge, Director of Marketing and Communications at the Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System. Here, he discusses the role of a marketing and communications leader during this pandemic, the most important highlights of his system, and more.

  71. Donovan Blackburn, CEO of Pikeville Medical Center

    This episode features Donovan Blackburn, CEO of Pikeville Medical Center. Here, he discusses his unique career journey, his points of pride in his system, and more.

  72. Reese Jackson, President & CEO of Chesapeake Regional Healthcare

    This episode features Reese Jackson, President & CEO of Chesapeake Regional Healthcare. Here, he discusses the strategy behind small systems staying independent, his points of pride in his system, and more.

  73. Michelle Stansbury, Vice President of Innovation and IT Corporate Business Systems at Houston Methodist

    This episode features Michelle Stansbury, Vice President of Innovation and IT Corporate Business Systems at Houston Methodist. Here, she discusses how she evolved into her current role, the impact of the pandemic on innovation teams, and more.

  74. James Caillouette, Surgeon in Chief at the Hoag Orthopedic Institute

    This episode features James Caillouette, Surgeon in Chief at the Hoag Orthopedic Institute. Here, he discusses his strategy for the coming years post-COVID pandemic, the trends he s currently seeing, and more.

  75. Scott Sigman, Founder and Chief Medical Officer at OrthoLazer and Host of The Ortho Show podcast

    This episode features Scott Sigman, Founder and Chief Medical Officer at OrthoLazer and Host of The Ortho Show podcast. He is also an opioid-sparing Sports Medicine Orthopedic Surgeon. Here, he discusses his efforts in exploring lasers as a treatment for COVID-19, the results of his case reports so far, and more.

  76. Fred Dennis, National Expert on Physician Burnout part 2

    This episode features Fred Dennis, a leading national expert on physician burnout. Here, he discusses what does and does not work in combating physician burnout.

  77. Andy Anderson, CEO of the RWJBarnabas-Rutgers Medical Group

    This episode features Andy Anderson, CEO of the RWJBarnabas-Rutgers Medical Group. Here, he discusses the logistics of talent management and leadership for such a large group, how he defines greatness within a medical group, and more.

  78. Paul Hiltz, President and CEO of the NCH Healthcare System

    This episode features Paul Hiltz, President and CEO of the NCH Healthcare System. Here, he discusses his points of pride in his health system, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  79. Paula Ellis, CEO of Saint John Hospital

    This episode features Paula Ellis, CEO of Saint John Hospital. Here, she discusses how there is as much to learn from poor leaders as there is with good leaders, her best advice for evolving leaders, and more.

  80. Blake Allison, CEO of Southeastern Health Partners

    This episode features Blake Allison, CEO of Southeastern Health Partners. Here, he discusses the top three priorities he has for his network, challenges in navigating partnership relationships in the healthcare business world, and more.

  81. Craig Umscheid, Chief Quality and Innovation Officer and VP for Healthcare Delivery Science at the University of Chicago Medicine

    This episode features Craig Umscheid, Chief Quality and Innovation Officer and VP for Healthcare Delivery Science at the University of Chicago Medicine. Here, he discusses the meaning behind medical informatics, his balance between administration and medical practice, and more.

  82. Aaron Miri, CIO at Dell Medical School at University of Texas at Austin

    This episode features Aaron Miri, CIO at Dell Medical School at University of Texas at Austin. Here, he discusses the importance of IT in the success of a health system, their response to COVID-19 as a national hotspot, and more.

  83. Aaron Kinney, Executive Director of the Herma Heart Center at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

    This episode features Aaron Kinney, Executive Director of the Herma Heart Center at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. Here, he discusses his points of pride in the system, his top three priorities for the rest of the year, and more.

  84. Paul Westerman, Medical Education Coordinator at Advocate Aurora Health

    This episode features Paul Westerman, Medical Education Coordinator at Advocate Aurora. Here, he discusses the big changes currently taking place in healthcare, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  85. Tina Freese Decker, President and CEO of Spectrum Health

    This episode features Tina Freese Decker, President and CEO of Spectrum Health. Here, she discusses her best advice for emerging leaders, her points of pride in Spectrum Health, and more.

  86. Siri Nelson, President and CEO of the Marshall Medical Center

    This episode features Siri Nelson, President and CEO of the Marshall Medical Center. Here, she discusses her optimism for the future as we navigate the pandemic, her top priorities for the coming year, and more.

  87. How do forward-thinking health systems turn the challenges of 2020 into opportunities?

    Trusted advisor to health care CEOs Theo Theodosiou provides an insightful interview on overcoming 2020 and positioning for the future.
    This episode was done in collaboration with the THEO Executive Group (https://www.theoexec.com/).

  88. Roxanna Gapstur, PhD, RN, President and CEO of WellSpan Health

    This episode features Roxanna Gapstur, PhD, RN, President and CEO of WellSpan Health. Here, she discusses her points of pride in the system, her journey to her current position, and more.

  89. Denise Prince, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Population Health at Mount Sinai Health System

    This episode features Denise Prince, Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer for Population Health at Mount Sinai Health System. Here, she discusses her career journey leading to her current leadership role, the current trends in population health, and more.

  90. Cris Ross, CIO of Mayo Clinic

    This episode features Cris Ross, CIO of Mayo Clinic. Here, he discusses the unique challenges they have faced with the pandemic, the IT investments needed to support the system s new digital strategies, and more.

  91. Janice Nevin, President and CEO of ChristianaCare

    This episode features Janice Nevin, President and CEO of ChristianaCare. Here, she discusses her points of pride in Christiana Care, how she came into her current position, and more.

  92. Dr. Lu de Souza, National Chief Medical Officer at Cerner Corporation, and Dr. Colin Fincham, International Chief Medical Officer at Cerner Corporation

    This episode features Dr. Lu de Souza, National Chief Medical Officer at Cerner Corporation, and Dr. Colin Fincham, International Chief Medical Officer at Cerner Corporation. Here, they discuss what they ve learned from working with doctors from around the world, the big issues they deal with in international healthcare amidst the pandemic, and more.

  93. Allyson Boodram, Medical Director for Pediatric Services at Atrium Health

    This episode features Allyson Boodram, Medical Director for Pediatric Services at Atrium Health. Here, she discusses her experience volunteering during 9/11 as a third year medical student, her diagnosis of metastatic lung cancer, and more.

  94. Rhonda Bray, CEO and Founder of the Rhythm Management Group

    This episode features Rhonda Bray, CEO and Founder of the Rhythm Management Group. Here, she discusses the inspiration behind starting the group, her advice for people wanting to start their own companies, and more.

  95. Phyllis Teater, CIO and Associate Vice President of Health Services for The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

    This episode features Phyllis Teater, CIO and Associate Vice President of Health Services for The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Here, she discusses her priorities as the pandemic continues, the characteristics that make a successful team, and more.

  96. Kenneth Davis, Chief Executive Officer of Mount Sinai Health Systems

    This episode features Dr. Kenneth Davis, Chief Executive Officer of Mount Sinai Health Systems. Here, he discusses his background in psychiatry, how he became CEO, changes he s seen in behavioral health, and more.

  97. Vivek Taparia, VP of Operations at Optum Care Tri-State

    This episode features Vivek Taparia, VP of Operations at Optum Care Tri-State. Here, he discusses his interest in working on the operations side of business rather than the financial side, the trends he s seeing in the outpatient world, and more.

  98. Liz Metraux, Founder of Women Writers in Medicine

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  99. David Pivnick, Partner at McGuireWoods

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  100. Scott Wester, President and CEO of Lady of the Lake Health System

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  101. Anjana Sreedhar, Administrative Fellow at NYU Langone

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  102. Brad Spellberg, Chief Medical Officer for Los Angeles County USC Hospital

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  103. Raynard Ware, Vice President of Operations at the Palms Pasadena Hospital

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  104. Nancy Vish, President & CNO, Baylor Scott & White Heart and Vascular Hospital Dallas and Fort Worth

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  105. Moody Chisholm, CEO of the UT Health East Texas

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  106. Daniel Durand, Chief Innovation Officer at LifeBridge Health

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  107. David Tam, CEO and President of Beebe Healthcare

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  108. Thomas Biga, President of the Hospital Division at RWJBarnabas Health

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  109. Kris Grose, President and CEO of the OU Medical Center

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  110. Ed Marx, Chief Digital Officer at The HCI Group & Paddy Padmanabhan, CEO of Damo Consulting

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  111. Fred Dennis, National Expert on Physician Burnout

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  112. Donald Sinko, Chief Integrity Officer at Cleveland Clinic

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  113. Kristin Myers, CIO at Mount Sinai Health System

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  114. Ed McCallister, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at UPMC

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  115. Ananya Datta, Founder and CEO of Impact Clinical Strategy Consultants

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  116. John Adler, Professor of Neurosurgery at Stanford University

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  117. Toshka Nelson, Strategic Initiatives Portfolio Lead at Kaiser Permanente

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  118. Jill Miller, President of Bethesda Inc.

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  119. Michael Calderwood, Associate Chief Quality Officer at Dartmouth Hitchcock Health

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  120. Deborah Wilson, President & CEO of Lawrence General Hospital

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  121. Michael Cuffe, President of HCA Physician Services Group at HCA Healthcare

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  122. Stacey Brandt, Senior Vice President & Chief Strategy and Marketing Officer at Tampa General Hospital

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  123. Darren Dworkin, Chief Information Officer at Cedars-Sinai

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  124. Harvey Castro, President and Co-Founder of Trusted Medical

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  125. Pete Delgado, CEO of Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System

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  126. Ketul Patel, Division President for the Pacific Northwest at CommonSpirit Health and CEO of CHI Franciscan

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  127. Omar Lateef, President & CEO of Rush University Medical Center

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  128. David Rahija, President of Skokie Hospital at NorthShore University

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  129. Susan Ehrlich, CEO of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center

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  130. Johanna Vidal-Phelan, Senior Medical Director at UPMC

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  131. Timothy Pehrson, CEO of Integris Health System

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  132. Marc Boom, President & CEO of Houston Methodist

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  133. Larry Coomes, CEO of Queen of the Valley Medical Center

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  134. Kirk McCarty, CEO of Sky Ridge Medical Center

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  135. Rishi Sikka, President of System Enterprises for Sutter Health

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  136. Julie Taylor, CEO of Alaska Regional Hospital

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  137. Harsha Upadhyay, Regional CEO at Prime Healthcare

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  138. Imelda Dacones, President and CEO of Northwest Permanente

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  139. Carolyn Caldwell, President and CEO of Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center

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  140. Barbara Griffith, President and CEO of the Woman’s Hospital

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  141. Andrew Agwunobi, CEO and Executive Vice President of UConn Health

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  142. James Robinson, Hospital Administrator for Kaiser Permanente at Kaiser Sunnyside Medical Center and Kaiser Westside Medical Center

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  143. David Goldberg, CEO of Mon Health

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  144. Kate Sommerfeld, President of Social Determinants of Health at ProMedica.

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  145. Debbie Fisher, COO of NavCare

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  146. Suresh Gunasekaran, CEO of University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics

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  147. Deanna Larson, CEO of Avera eCare

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  148. Robert Hart, Chief Medical Officer at Ochsner Health

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  149. Scott Hurst, President and CEO of Patient Physician Network

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  150. Roberta Schwartz, Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer at Houston Methodist Hospital

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  151. David Sylvan, President of University Hospitals Ventures

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  152. Bruce Flanz, CEO of MediSys Health Network

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  153. Russ Johnson, President and CEO of Lawrence Memorial Hospital

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  154. Barclay Berdan, CEO of Texas Health Resources

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  155. Bob Ritz, CEO of MercyOne in Des Moines

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  156. Bill Graff, Senior Vice President and CIO at Cerner Corporation

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  157. John Bulger, Chief Medical Officer of the Geisinger Health Plan

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  158. Stephen Klasko, President and CEO of Jefferson Health

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  159. Caroline Carney, Chief Medical Officer at Magellan Health and Magellan RX Management

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  160. Kevin O’Dowd and Anthony Mazzarelli, Co-President/CEOs of Cooper University Health Care

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  161. Wael Barsoum, President & Chief Transformation Officer at Healthcare Outcomes Performance Company

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  162. Flo Spyrow, President and CEO of Northern Arizona Healthcare

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  163. Greg Rosencrance, President of the Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital

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  164. Jill Hoggard Green, CEO of The Queen’s Health System

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  165. Jason Zachariah, Chief Operating Officer at Kindred Healthcare

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  166. David Lechner, Chief Medical Officer for Blue Cross Blue Shield Montana

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  167. Michael Ugwueke, President and CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare

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  168. Brian Donley, CEO of Cleveland Clinic London

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  169. Audrey Cortez, Director of Patient Experience at Peterson Health

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  170. Andrea Willis, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee

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  171. Caitlin Stella, CEO of the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital

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  172. Mark Mixer, CEO of Health One Alliance & Alliant Health Plans

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  173. Dr. Rahul Rajkumar, Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President at Blue Cross North Carolina

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  174. Kristin Wolkart, President of the St. Francis Medical Center

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  175. Michael Gustafson, President of the UMass Memorial Medical Center

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  176. Tim Maloney, Vice President of Payer Relations for the University of Cincinnati Health

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  177. Tony Awojoodu, Director of Strategy for DaVita Dialysis

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  178. Terry Shaw, President and CEO of AdventHealth

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  179. Avni Thakore, Chief Medical Officer at Catholic Health Services of Long Island Medical Group

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  180. Bonita Stanton, Founding Dean of Seton Hall University Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine

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  181. Chuck Spicer, President and CEO of Oklahoma University Medicine

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  182. Jennifer Thompson, Former Elected Official and President of a Variety of Companies Dealing with Marketing and Employee Engagement with Medical Practices

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  183. Debra Griffin, Founding Member of PPX-TEC

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  184. Ngan MacDonald, Independent Healthcare Advisor

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  185. Bruce Nash, Chief Physician Executive for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts

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  186. Ken Cohen, Chief Medical Officer of New West Physicians and Senior Medical Director at Optum Care

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  187. Marc Miller, President of Universal Health Services

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  188. Joe Lastinger, President of the Health Plan Alliance

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  189. JP Gallagher, President and CEO of NorthShore University HealthSystem

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  190. John Brown, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana

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  191. Doug Pogue, President of BJC Medical Group

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  192. Ceci Connolly, CEO at Alliance of Community Health Plans and Founder of Women of Impact

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  193. John Couris, President and CEO of Tampa General Hospital

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  194. John Kao, Founder and CEO of Alignment Healthcare

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  195. Tiffanee Neighbors, Founder of Winnasium

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  196. Mitch Parker, Chief Information Security Officer at Indiana University Health

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  197. Dr. Valerie Kading, CEO of the Sierra Tucson Group

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  198. Michael Davis, Practicing Dentist & Owner of Smiles of Santa Fe

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  199. Joe Zasa, Founder & Managing Partner of ASD Management

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  200. Bill Wulf, CEO of Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians

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  201. Derek Raghavan, President of the Levine Cancer Institute

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  202. Steve Page, President and CEO of SUN Behavioral Health

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  203. Paul Bernard, Senior Vice President of Finance & Process Excellence at Smile Brands

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  204. Stuart Archer, CEO of Oceans Healthcare

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  205. David Carmouche, President of Ochsner Health Network and Senior Vice President of Community Care at Ochsner Health

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  206. Dr. Lori Morgan, President and CEO of Huntington Hospital

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  207. Jeffrey Flaks, President & CEO of Hartford Healthcare

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  208. Dr. Robert Groves, Executive Vice President & Chief Medical Officer at Banner | Aetna

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  209. Gina Altieri, Executive Vice President and Enterprise Chief Communications Officer for Nemours Children’s Health System

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  210. Will Ferniany, CEO of University of Alabama-Birmingham Health System

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  211. Rick Stevens, President at Christian Hospital and Northwest Healthcare

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  212. Craig Samitt, President and CEO of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Minnesota

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  213. Nathan Kaufman, Managing Director of Kaufman Strategic Advisors

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  214. Fred Dennis, Emergency Physician and Medical Director of Torrance Memorial IPA

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  215. Bruce Meyer, President of Jefferson Health

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  216. Jeff Wakefield, Chief Financial Officer at University of North Carolina Healthcare

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  217. Karen Ignagni, CEO of EmblemHealth

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  218. Patrick Woodard, Chief Medical Information Officer at Renown Health

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  219. Todd Suntrapak, President and CEO of Valley Children’s Healthcare

    This episode features Todd Suntrapak, President and CEO of Valley Children s Healthcare. Here, he discusses his journey to his current leadership position, the impact children s hospitals have had all over the country, and more.

  220. Cynthia Emory, Associate Chief Medical Officer of Surgery and Vice Chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Wake Forest School of Medicine

    This episode features Cynthia Emory, Associate Chief Medical Officer of Surgery and Vice Chair of the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at Wake Forest School of Medicine. Here, she discusses how she got to her current position at Wake Forest, the challenges she faces unique to female leaders, and more.

  221. William Morice, President of Mayo Clinic Laboratories

    This episode features William Morice, President of Mayo Clinic Laboratories. Here, he discusses his 30-year career with Mayo Clinic, how his lab has been at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.

  222. Rick Shumway, President of CEO of Stanford Health Care - Valley Care

    This episode features Rick Shumway, President of CEO of Stanford Health Care - Valley Care. Here, he discusses what the near future looks like for their system, how telehealth has changed the way they deliver care during the pandemic, and more.

  223. Dr. Hyung Kim, President of Mercy Health Saint Mary’s System

    This episode features Dr. Hyung Kim, President of Mercy Health Saint Mary s System. Here, hediscusses where his smaller, faith-based system fits in with the larger systems in his area, his top priorities moving forward from the pandemic, and more.

  224. Doug Smith, CFO at Integris Health

    This episode features Doug Smith, CFO at Integris Health. Here, he discusses what he s proud of at Integris in his role, his top priorities in the coming months, and more.

  225. Dr. Keith Churchwell, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Yale New Haven Hospital

    This episode features Dr. Keith Churchwell, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Yale New Haven Hospital. Here, he discusses his transition from medical practice to administrative leadership, his advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  226. Victor Jordan, Health Network Executive and Chief Operating Officer for Providence Southern California

    This episode features Victor Jordan, Health Network Executive and Chief Operating Officer for Providence Southern California. Here, he discusses his current top priorities, his journey to his current position, and more.

  227. Bill Downey, President and CEO of the Riverside Health System

    This episode features Bill Downey, President and CEO of the Riverside Health System. Here, he discusses behavioral health in long term care, his core points of pride in his system, and more.

  228. Naomi Cramer, Chief Human Resources Officer at Banner Health

    This episode features Naomi Cramer, Chief Human Resources Officer at Banner Health. Here, she discusses how HR has transformed over the past few years, how technology has helped HR grow, and more.

  229. Michael Mayo, President of Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville

    This episode features Michael Mayo, President of Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville. Here, he discusses what the near future looks like surrounding COVID-19, the availability of coronavirus tests, and more.

  230. Dr. Talya Schwartz, President and CEO of MetroPlus Health

    This episode features Dr. Talya Schwartz, President and CEO of MetroPlus Health. Here, she discusses her transition into leadership, her current priorities for MetroPlus Health, and more.

  231. Clint Matthews, CEO of Tower Health

    This episode features Clint Matthews, CEO of Tower Health. Here, he discusses COVID-19 recovery, the things he s looking forward to within his system, and more.

  232. Dr. Padraic Obma, Orthopedic Surgeon & Founder of Strive Orthopedic

    This episode features Dr. Padraic Obma, an orthopedic surgeon and the Founder of Strive Orthopedic. Here, he discusses what it s like working in orthopedics during COVID-19, what their reopening process looks like, the company he started and more.

  233. Bob Fontana, Founder and CEO of Aspen Dental

    This episode features Bob Fontana, Founder and CEO of Aspen Dental. Here he discusses the origins of Aspen Dental, how the pandemic has affected DSOs, and more.

  234. Dr. Harold Paz, Executive Vice President and Chancellor of Health Affairs at the Ohio State University and CEO of the OSU Wexner Medical Center

    This episode features Dr. Harold Paz, Executive Vice President and Chancellor of Health Affairs at the Ohio State University and CEO of the OSU Wexner Medical Center. Here, he discusses the growth of the OSU system, how his medical center has used telehealth during the pandemic to integrate care with hands-on education, and more.

  235. Alan Levine, CEO of Ballad Health

    This episode features Alan Levine, CEO of Ballad Health. Here, he discusses the challenges with rural healthcare, what he s looking forward to within his growing system, and more.

  236. 10 Minutes from the Top with Steve Hammon, President, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois

    This episode features Steve Hamman, President, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois. Here, he discusses changes in the payer landscape, unique pressures COVID-19 has placed on payers, and much more.

  237. Karen Xie, Chief Technology Officer at Blue Shield of California

    This episode features Karen Xie, Chief Technology Officer at Blue Shield of California. Here, she discusses her career, the important role that data and technology play in healthcare today, top priorities for herself and her company, and more.

  238. Scott Nordlund, Chief Strategy and Growth Officer for Banner Health

    This episode features Scott Nordlund, Chief Strategy and Growth Officer for Banner Health. Here, he discusses his approach to strategy in his role, growth traps he sees health systems fall into, digital health, and more.

  239. Ninfa Saunders, President and CEO of Navicent Health

    This episode features Ninfa Saunders, President and CEO of Navicent Health. Here, she discusses her career and leadership journey, what she believes makes women and nurses great healthcare leaders, and more.

  240. Lori Johnston, President of Paramount, ProMedica’s Insurance Company

    This episode features Lori Johnston, President of Paramount, ProMedica s Insurance Company. Here, she discusses the various roles she s held in the ProMedica system, important things to know about the healthcare insurance business, and more.

  241. Dr. Rodrigo Cerda, Vice President of Clinical Care Transformation at Independence Blue Cross Medical Group

    This episode features Dr. Rodrigo Cerda, Vice President of Clinical Care Transformation at Independence Blue Cross Medical Group. Here, he talks about his priorities currently as recovery begins, what we can learn from the nationalized healthcare system in the United Kingdom, and more.

  242. John Snyder, President of Sanford Health Plan

    This episode features John Snyder, President of Sanford Health Plan. Here, he discusses the things that make a system s own health plan successful, his relocation from central Illinois to the plain states, and more.

  243. Deborah Berini, President of Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Children’s Hospital

    This episode features Deborah Berini, President of Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and Children s Hospital. Here, she discusses her journey to leadership in academic medicine, the importance of goal setting in success, and more.

  244. Richard Isaacs, CEO and Executive Director of The Permanente Medical Group and President and CEO of The MidAtlantic Permanente Medical Group

    This episode features Richard Isaacs, CEO and Executive Director at The Permanente Medical Group and President and CEO at The MidAtlantic Permanente Medical Group. Here, he discusses how he evolved into his current leadership roles, his thoughts on the changes seen in healthcare during the current pandemic, and more.

  245. Craig Best, President and CEO of the Tufts Medical Center Physician Organization

    This episode features Craig Best, President and CEO of the Tufts Medical Center Physician Organization. Here, he discusses his transition from medical practice to administration, their practice of putting PhD researchers in with medical professionals, and more.

  246. Michael Hughes, President and CEO of the Summa Health System - Barberton Hospital Campus

    This episode features Michael Hughes, an interventional cardiologist and President and CEO of the Summa Health System - Barberton Hospital Campus. Here, he discusses his transition from full time cardiology practice to administrative leadership, lessons from the pandemic, and more.

  247. Dr. Michael Apkon, President and CEO of Tufts Medical Center

    This episode features Dr. Michael Apkon, President and CEO of Tufts Medical Center. Here, he discusse how his career lead him to his current role, comparative issues in healthcare between the US and Canada, and more.

  248. Matthew Cox, Chief Financial Officer of Spectrum Health System

    This episode features Matthew Cox, Chief Financial Officer of Spectrum Health.. Here, he discusses his pride for his team members at Spectrum Health, how his role as CFO has evolved, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  249. Julie Sprengel, Southwest Division President for CommonSpirit Health

    This episode features Julie Sprengel, Southwest Division President for CommonSpirit Health. Here, she discusses how her career has evolved into her current leadership position, what motivates her, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  250. Greg Gerard, President of Baptist Health Richmond

    This episode features Greg Gerard, President of Baptist Health Richmond. Here he discusses his journey to leadership and time in the military, his priorities in the coming months, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  251. Marc Harrison, CEO of Intermountain Healthcare

    This episode features Marc Harrison, CEO of Intermountain Healthcare. Here he discusses the lessons to be learned from the pressing issues being highlighted in our world, the importance of the Intermountain mission to producing great leaders, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  252. Dr. Eric Dickson, President and CEO of UMass Memorial Health Care

    This episode features Dr. Eric Dickson, President and CEO of UMass Memorial Health Care and emergency medicine physician. Here they discuss the UMass response to COVID-19, thoughts on a second wave, his leadership journey, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  253. Christie Anderson, Founder and Executive Director of the Banner Innovation Group

    This episode features Christie Anderson, Founder and Executive Director of the Banner Innovation Group. Here, she discusses her transition from retail into healthcare, how the initiatives in place at Banner when the pandemic hit helped them respond, and more.

  254. Daryl Tol, President and CEO of the Central Florida Division of AdventHealth

    This episode features Daryl Tol, President and CEO of the Central Florida Division of AdventHealth. Here, he discusses the impact the pandemic has had on the central area of Florida, his top priorities going forward, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  255. Rhonda Medows, President of Population Health at Providence St. Joseph Health

    This episode features Rhonda Medows, President of Population Health at Providence St. Joseph Health. Here she discusses what she s learned in her role during COVID-19, how her system is addressing health disparities that have been brought to light during the pandemic, and more.

  256. Dr. Kevin Nelson,President of the Fairview Physician’s Associates Network

    This episode features Dr. Kevin Nelson, a practicing family physician and President of the Fairview Physician s Associates Network. Here, he discusses how he got into medical leadership, how he fills out his network, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  257. Jonathan Curtright, CEO of the University of Missouri Health Care

    This episode features Jonathan Curtright, CEO of the University of Missouri Health Care. Here, he discusses what he takes pride in about the University of Missouri Health System, what his top priorities are in the coming months as the system recovers from COVID-19, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  258. David Flicek, President and CEO of Avera McKennan Hospital and University Medical Center

    This episode features David Flicek, President and CEO of Avera McKennan Hospital and University Medical Center. Here, he discusses the impact of COVID-19 on his area, what the recovery process looks like, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  259. Robert Curry, CEO of Emanate Health

    This episode features Robert Curry, CEO of Emanate Health. Here he discusses how COVID-19 has impacted southern California, practices his hospital has put in place to mitigate risk for others, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  260. Robert Corona, CEO of Suny Upstate Medical University

    This episode features Robert Corona, CEO of Suny Upstate Medical University. Here, he discusses his journey to becoming CEO, his advice to people trying to develop their career, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  261. Recorded Webinar: Race in America and Healthcare: Bridging the Gap

    The Leverage Network and Becker's Healthcare presented a discussion with top healthcare leaders regarding race in America and healthcare. Here they focused on:
    The current status of race in America and healthcare, our panelists' experience and how it can be improved
    What healthcare leaders should be doing now to create change

    Panelists:
    Lloyd Dean, CEO of CommonSpirit Health
    Pamela Sutton-Wallace, SVP and Regional Chief Operating Officer at New York Presbyterian Hospital
    Michellene Davis, EVP and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJBarnabas Health
    Eugene Woods, President and CEO of Atrium Health

    Moderated by:
    Antoinette Hardy-Waller, President and CEO of The Leverage Network
    Becker, Partner at McGuireWoods & Founder and Publisher at Becker s Healthcare

  262. Reem Nouh, Senior Vice President of Strategy at Adams & Knight & Dave Whitehead, Executive Vice President for Strategy and Transformation at Hartford Healthcare

    This episode features Reem Nouh, Senior Vice President of Strategy at Adams & Knight, and Dave Whitehead, Executive Vice President for Strategy and Transformation at Hartford Healthcare. Here, they discuss advice for building a successful brand and marketing strategy, advertising in the context of the current pressing issues of our world, and more.

  263. Jhaymee Tynan, Assistant Vice President of Integration at Atrium Health

    This episode features Jhaymee Tynan, Assistant Vice President of Integration at Atrium Health. Here, she discusses what she sees with racism currently in America, ways to reduce micro and macro aggressions, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  264. Dr. Marjorie Bessel, Chief Clinical Officer for Banner Health

    This episode features Dr. Marjorie Bessel, Chief Clinical Officer for Banner Health. Here, she discusses the recent surges in new COVID-19 cases as states across the country reopen, things that leaders can do to ensure their health systems are in the best position possible to handle a surge of cases, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  265. Nancy Howell Agee, President and CEO of Carilion Clinic

    This episode features Nancy Howell Agee, President and CEO of Carilion Clinic. Here she discusses what makes Carilion Clinic special, the importance of culture, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  266. Larry Antonucci, the CEO of Lee Health

    This episode featured Larry Antonucci, the CEO of Lee Health. Here, he discusses his transition from being a practicing physician to an administrative role, advice for leaders, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  267. Patrick Young, President of Population Health at Hackensack Meridian Health

    This episode features Patrick Young, President of Population Health at Hackensack Meridian Health. Here he discusses the investment in proper care coordination, the future of Population Health, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  268. Robert Riney, President of Healthcare Operations and CEO of Henry Ford Health System

    This episode features Robert Riney, President of Healthcare Operations and CEO of Henry Ford Health System. Here he discusses his 40+ year career with Henry Ford Health System, the diverse community he serves, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  269. Benjamin Hall, a Biostatistician with a PhD in Statistics from the University of Kentucky

    This episode features Benjamin Hall, a biostatistician with a PhD in statistics from the University of Kentucky. Here he discusses what statistics have revealed about COVID-19, how closely related population density is to virus surges, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  270. Dr. Ira Nash, Executive Director at Northwell Health Physician Partners

    This episode features Dr. Ira Nash, Executive Director at Northwell Health Physician Partners. Here he discusses how he transitioned from practicing full time to administration, how he thinks about strategy, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  271. Mark Watson, CEO of ABI Wellness

    This episode features Mark Watson, the CEO of ABI Wellness. Here he discusses how he got started in the B-to-B wellness world, what kind of businesses he works with, and more.

  272. Dr. Andy Anderson, CEO of the RWJBarnabas Health Medical Group

    This episode features Dr. Andy Anderson, CEO of the RWJBarnabas Health Medical Group. Here, he discusses managing in times of crisis, the importance for leaders to be accessible, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  273. Ranga Krishnan, CEO of Rush University System for Health

    This episode features Ranga Krishnan, CEO of Rush University System for Health. Here, he discusses the strategy behind building strong leadership teams, what recovery may look like for his system after the pandemic, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  274. Randy Moore, CEO of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists

    This episode features Randy Moore, CEO of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists. Here, he discusses his observations of changes in healthcare for the long term, how front line worker s mental health needs to be made a priority, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  275. Dr. Kevin Tabb, President and CEO of Beth Israel Lahey Health

    This episode features Dr. Kevin Tabb, President and CEO of Beth Israel Lahey Health. Here, they discuss the coronavirus s effects on his health system, his leadership style, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  276. John Bustle, CEO and CMO of Bates County Memorial Hospital

    This episode features John Bustle, CEO and CMO of Bates County Memorial Hospital. Here, he discusses the challenges related to rural healthcare, his core ideas surrounding leadership, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  277. Tommy Ibrahim, Incoming President and CEO of Bassett Healthcare Network

    This episode features Tommy Ibrahim, Incoming President and CEO of Bassett Healthcare Network, effective in mid-to-late July. Here, he discusses mixing medical practice and leadership, his priorities as he transitions into his new CEO position, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  278. Michael Brant-Zawadzki, Senior Physician Executive at Hoag Hospital

    This episode features Michael Brant-Zawadzki, Senior Physician Executive at Hoag Hospital. Here, he talks on what recovery from the pandemic will look like in Orange County, his assessment of the severity of COVID-19, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  279. Yoel Hareven, Director of Sheba Medical Center’s International Division

    This episode features Yoel Hareven, Director of Sheba Medical Center s International Division, one of the largest medical centers in Israel. Here, he discusses Israel s strategy to fight COVID-19, any advice he has for US hospitals, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  280. Jordan Powell, President and CEO of Illinois Primary Healthcare Associates

    This episode features Jordan Powell, President and CEO of Illinois Primary Healthcare Associates. Here, he discusses how his department was able to get in front of COVID-19, the top three priorities he has in his role related to the pandemic, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  281. Michellene Davis, Executive Vice President and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJ Barnabas Health and a Founding Member of the Health Anchor Network

    This episode features Michellene Davis, the Executive Vice President and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJ Barnabas Health and a founding member of the Health Anchor Network. Here she discusses the core goals of the Health Anchor Network, how she became so passionate about improving the social determinants of health, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  282. Michael Frisina, Founder & President of the Frisina Group

    This episode features Michael Frisina, Founder & President of the Frisina Group and a retiree from the United States Army Medical Office. Here, he discusses silver linings from the current pandemic, advice for leaders to get through this crisis, and more.

  283. Charles Williams, President and CEO of the Regional Medical Center

    This episode features Charles Williams, President and CEO of the Regional Medical Center. Here he discusses how he fell into the role he currently serves in, his thoughts on the inconsistencies in our healthcare system, justice system, and other systems for persons of color, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  284. Dr. Waleed Javaid, Director of Infection Control and Prevention & Epidemiologist at Mt. Sinai Health System

    This episode features Dr. Waleed Javaid, Director of Infection Control and Prevention & Epidemiologist at Mt. Sinai Health System. Here he discusses his ideas for controlling COVID-19, his background, career, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  285. Marvin O’Quinn, President and COO of CommonSpirit Health

    This episode features Marvin O Quinn, President and COO of CommonSpirit Health. Here, he discusses the level of compassion in the CommonSpirit system, advice he has for leaders, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  286. Dr. Jabbar Fazeli, Owner of Maine Geriatrics

    This episode features Dr. Jabbar Fazeli, Owner of Maine Geriatrics. Here, he discusses geriatrics within the COVID-19 era, how to work with seniors who are afraid or vulnerable, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  287. Duane Reynolds, Founder and CEO of Just Health Collective on the Importance of Health Equity in Relation to Race

    This episode features Duane Reynolds, Founder and CEO of Just Health Collective. Here, he discusses the importance of health equity in relation to race, the pervasiveness of racism in our culture, and more.

  288. Michael Dowling, CEO of Northwell Health on How his Health System is Assessing the Issues of Equity and Justice for Minority Communities in the United States

    This episode featured Michael Dowling, CEO of Northwell Health. Here, they discuss how his health system is assessing the issues of equity and justice for minority communities in the United States, how these issues pertain to healthcare, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  289. Lotus Buckner, Director of Human Resources at Northwest Community Healthcare

    This episode features Lotus Buckner, Director of Human Resources at Northwest Community Healthcare. Here she discusses how COVID-19 has impacted her role in human resources within the medical field, her advice for people just beginning in human resources, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  290. Peter Banko, President & CEO of Centura Health

    This episode features Peter Banko, President & CEO of Centura Health. Here, he discusses values-driven leadership, how his health system has handled COVID-19, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  291. Paul Kempinski, President & CEO of Children’s Mercy in Kansas City

    This episode features Paul Kempinski, President & CEO of Children s Mercy in Kansas City. Here, he talks about how his hospital has handled the COVID-19 pandemic, the impact that great nurses have on their health system, what they ve learned from the use of technology and telehealth, and more.
    his podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  292. Lisa Passi, Leader of Moffitt Cancer Center’s Organizational Development Team & Delia Passi, Founder and CEO of the Women's Choice Awards

    This episode features Lisa Passi, Leader of Moffitt Cancer Center s Organizational Development Team, and Delia Passi, Founder and CEO of the Women's Choice Awards. Here, they discuss advice for leaders, what they define as a good leader versus a good leader, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  293. Darron Rock, Director of Marketing at Northwest Specialty Hospital

    This episode features Darron Rock, the Director of Marketing at Northwest Specialty Hospital. Here, he discusses the coronavirus situation in northern Idaho, how the minimal effect of coronavirus in the area informed medical decisions made around elective procedures, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  294. Dr. Ari Levy, Founder of SHIFT, a Healthcare Company & Former Team Doctor for the Chicago Blackhawks

    This episode features Dr. Ari Levy, Founder of SHIFT, a healthcare company & former Team Doctor for the Chicago Blackhawks. Here he discusses what building real health means to patients, how he has been able to become a health coach while practicing as a physician, and more.

  295. Phillip Polakoff, CEO at A Healthier WE

    This episode features Phillip Polakoff, CEO at A Healthier WE, a physician, clinician, and healthcare policy advocate. Here, he discusses the challenges with rural healthcare today, what the future of rural healthcare looks like with the current challenges in place, and more.

  296. Darrel Bodnar, Chief Information Officer of North Country Healthcare

    This episode features Darrel Bodnar, Chief Information Officer of North Country Healthcare. Here, he discusses the physician shortage in rural America, how he moved into the role of CIO, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  297. Julian Bailes, Chair of the Department of Neurosurgery at NorthShore University HealthSystem & Surgical Director of the NorthShore Neurological Institute

    This episode features Julian Bailes, Chair of the Department of Neurosurgery at NorthShore University HealthSystem & Surgical Director of the NorthShore Neurological Institute. Here, he discusses how advances in technology has positively impacted his practice, how he has helped develop his program at NorthShore University, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  298. Dennis Murphy, CEO of Indiana University Health

    This episode features Dennis Murphy, CEO of Indiana University Health. Here, he discusses what the future looks like for IU Health moving forward as this pandemic continues, how finances will begin to recover at hospitals decimated by COVID-19 treatment efforts, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  299. Jessica Jameson, Founding Partner at Axis Spine Center

    This episode features Jessica Jameson, a board certified anesthesiologist, interventional pain physician, and Founding Partner at Axis Spine Center. Here, she discusses the state of elective procedures in Jameson s area of Idaho, how the medical professionals at her hospital will plan for handling the pent-up need for elective procedures in the coming weeks, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  300. Dr. Brett Oliver, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Health System

    This episode features Dr. Brett Oliver, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Health System. Here he discusses his transition from medical practice to an IT role, how his health system has handled the pandemic, and more.
    This podcast is brought to you by Becker's Healthcare in conjunction with Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

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