• Crystal Broj, Chief Digital Transformation Officer and Executive Director at Medical University of South Carolina

    Join us as Crystal Broj, Chief Digital Transformation Officer and Executive Director at the Medical University of South Carolina, shares insights on an innovative program designed to remind women to schedule their mammograms in a non-invasive manner. Crystal also discusses new, user-friendly methods for patients to find both in-person and virtual appointments, enhancing accessibility and convenience in healthcare.
  • Navigating Healthcare Deals and Challenges with Geoffrey Cockrell, Partner at McGuireWoods LLP

    In this episode, Scott Becker speaks with Geoffrey Cockrell, Partner at McGuireWoods LLP, about the current downturn in healthcare provider deals, challenges in private equity, and the headwinds impacting the industry. Cockrell provides insights into balance sheet problems, regulatory pressures, and the importance of strategic healthcare investments.
  • Navigating the Future of Hospital Labs

    Dr. William Morice, President and CEO of Mayo Clinic Laboratories, joins the Becker's Healthcare Podcast to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing hospital laboratories. He dives into new FDA regulations impacting labs, explores strategies for navigating these changes, and highlights the importance of collaboration. Learn valuable insights for ensuring future success in your hospital laboratory.This episode is sponsored by Mayo Clinic Laboratories.
  • Megha Kachalia, Chief Strategic Planning at Sheppard Pratt

    In this episode of the Becker's Healthcare Podcast, Megha Kachalia, Chief Strategic Planning at Sheppard Pratt, discusses her career journey from physician to healthcare executive, the current challenges in mental health care, and innovative strategies to address provider shortages and improve access to care. She highlights the importance of authenticity in leadership and the role of continuous professional growth in a fulfilling healthcare career.
  • Dr. Maulik Purohit, Head of Innovation at PAM Health

    In this episode of the Becker's Healthcare Podcast, Scott Becker interviews Dr. Maulik Purohit, Head of Innovation at PAM Health, about his new role and the importance of digital transformation in post-acute care. Dr. Purohit discusses how digital infrastructure can elevate patient care and shares insights on successful digital transformation strategies in healthcare.
  • Medicare Advantage Upcoding and Humana’s Potential Acquisition of Walmart Health Clinics with Jakob Emerson, Associate News Director at Becker's Healthcare

    In this episode, Scott Becker and Jakob Emerson discuss a Wall Street Journal investigation into Medicare Advantage upcoding that revealed $50 billion in improper payments. They also explore the potential acquisition of Walmart Health clinics by Humana and its implications for the healthcare industry.
  • Jon Vick, Founding Partner of ASCs Inc. and Vick & Company Inc., & Jason Winokur, Vice President of J.H. Winokur Inc.

    In this episode of Becker's Healthcare Podcast, host Scott Becker engages in a dynamic conversation with Jon Vick, Founding Partner of ASCs Inc. and Vick & Company Inc., and Jason Winokur, Vice President of J.H. Winokur Inc. The discussion delves into the latest trends and insights within the healthcare industry, focusing on ambulatory surgery centers (ASCs) and their evolving role. Jon Vick shares his extensive experience in the ASC market, while Jason Winokur offers valuable perspectives on strategic healthcare investments and partnerships. Tune in to gain expert knowledge on navigating the complexities of the healthcare landscape and the future of ASCs.
  • Mastering Denial Management in Healthcare with Conifer Health Solutions

    Join Erika Spicer Mason as she chats with Kyle McElroy, VP of Clinical Operations at Conifer Health Solutions, about strategies to tackle healthcare claim denials. Kyle shares insights on preventing denials, leveraging technology, and building strong payer relationships to enhance revenue cycle performance. Don't miss this informative episode packed with practical advice for reducing denial rates and financial losses.This episode is sponsored by Conifer Health Solutions.
  • Navigating Healthcare M&A Trends and FTC's Non-Compete Ban with Alan Condon, Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Healthcare

    In this episode, Scott Becker sits down with Alan Condon, Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Healthcare, to discuss the latest trends in hospital mergers and acquisitions, emphasizing strategy over scale. Alan also delves into the recent developments regarding the FTC's proposed non-compete ban and its potential impact on the healthcare industry.
  • Exploring Healthcare EHR Trends and M&A Insights with Laura Dyrda, Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Healthcare

    In this episode, Scott Becker talks with Laura Dyrda, Vice President and Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Healthcare. Laura shares insights on the evolving landscape of health system EHRs, major trends in healthcare mergers and acquisitions, and the strategic shifts hospitals are making in today's challenging financial environment.
  • Servant Innovation in Healthcare: A Partnership Approach - Part 2

    In this podcast Laura Dyrda, host of Becker's Healthcare, continues the discussion with Julia Strandberg, Chief Business Leader at Philips, and John D. Couris, President & CEO of Tampa General Hospital. They discuss the value of partnerships, the servant innovation approach, and how Tampa General is leveraging technology to improve care delivery inside and outside the hospital.This episode is sponsored by Philips.
  • Servant Innovation in Healthcare: A Partnership Approach - Part 1

    In this two-part podcast, Laura Dyrda, host of Becker's Healthcare, interviews Julia Strandberg, Chief Business Leader at Philips, and John D. Couris, President & CEO of Tampa General Hospital. They discuss the value of partnerships, the servant innovation approach, and how Tampa General is leveraging technology to improve care delivery inside and outside the hospital. This episode is sponsored by Philips.
  • Healthcare Pricing and Drug Shortages with Paige Twenter, Assistant Editor at Becker's Healthcare

    In this episode, Scott Becker is joined by Paige Twenter, Assistant Editor at Becker's Healthcare, to discuss the latest in healthcare pricing controversies, Mark Cuban's Cost Plus Drugs initiative, and ongoing drug shortages. Paige provides insights into the pricing debates surrounding GLP-1s, the expansion of affordable drug access, and the critical issue of oncology drug shortages affecting hospitals and patients nationwide.
  • Scott Becker - 11 Stories We Are Following at Becker’s Healthcare 7-9-24

    In this episode, Scott Becker covers 11 significant healthcare stories, including UPMC's use of private jets amidst layoffs, the alarming shortage of cardiologists in half of U.S. counties, and the expansion of emergency services at Alaska Regional Hospital. Other topics include insights from industry leaders, predictions for healthcare delivery, and key points from recent podcasts featuring prominent figures like Andrew Witty of UnitedHealthcare.
  • Healthcare Upside/Down: Navigating Workforce Shortages and Evolving Care Models

    Join us as Kathleen Silard, CEO of Stamford Health, and John Budd, Partner at ECG Management Consultants, delve into the pressing issue of workforce shortages in healthcare. Discover innovative solutions and evolving care delivery models that are shaping the future of health systems. Learn key strategies for healthcare leaders to thrive and improve operational performance in today's challenging environment. This episode is sponsored by ECG Management Consultants.
  • Karen Uttaro, Senior Director of the Professional Practice, Quality, and Regulatory Departments at UMass Memorial Medical Center

      In this episode, Karen Uttaro discusses the growing challenge of increasing patient acuity and how healthcare programs are working to meet the higher demand for services. She highlights the steps healthcare leaders need to take to remain successful in the future, with a strong emphasis on developing a healthy work culture. Karen also discusses UMass Memorial Medical Center’s New Graduate Nurse Residency Program and its significance in addressing current and future healthcare needs.  
  • Joanne Mizell, COO of Banner | Aetna

    In this episode of the Becker's Healthcare Podcast, Laura Dyrda interviews Joanne Mizell, COO of Banner | Aetna, to discuss the joint venture's innovative efforts to transform healthcare and enhance patient experiences. They explore current trends and challenges in the industry, Banner | Aetna's focus on transparency and technology, and successful initiatives to improve member engagement and satisfaction.
  • Scott Becker - Andrew Witty & UnitedHealthcare - 6 Key Points 7-8-24

    In this episode of the Becker's Healthcare Podcast, Scott Becker presents a concise profile of Andrew Witty, CEO of UnitedHealthcare, and highlights six key points about the company. From UnitedHealthcare's rank as the fifth largest company in America by revenue to Witty's diverse background and previous roles, this episode provides a comprehensive overview of the company's market position and leadership.
  • Leading Awareness to Action for Cardiometabolic Patient Care: Introduction to Implementation Science and the LATTICE Consortium

    This podcast dives into the world of implementation science, exploring what it is and why it matters for public health with Christen Buseman, PhD, MPH, and Bethany Kalich, PharmD, of Amgen, and Francoise Marvel, MD, of Johns Hopkins Hospital. We’ll then introduce you to the LATTICE Consortium, an effort designed to raise awareness of implementation science activities to test and scale up interventions that can improve the quality and effectiveness of cardiometabolic patient care.This episode is sponsored by AmgenFor more information about Becker’s Healthcare, please contact Jessica Cole or Scott Becker. #podcast #healthcare #publichealth
  • Chris Carmody, CTO & Senior Vice President at UPMC

    Chris Carmody, CTO and Senior Vice President at UPMC, joins Laura in a discussion on the need for caution when implementing new technologies into our healthcare system. He discusses the increasing cybersecurity threats facing healthcare institutions and the importance of safeguarding patient data. Chris also highlights strategies for optimizing care for both patients and hospital workers, ensuring that technological advancements contribute positively to healthcare delivery and safety.

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