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  1. 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/).

  2. 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/).

  3. 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).

  4. 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/).

  5. 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).

  6. 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/).

  7. 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/).

  8. 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/).

  9. 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.

  10. 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).

  11. 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/).

  12. 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/).

  13. How Strong Compliance can Increase Revenue and Cash During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    Scott Becker interviews Mike Morris and Linda Corley from Xtend Healthcare on the current state of the healthcare reimbursement environment and how hospitals can seek out new sources of revenue and cash with strong compliance.
    Sponsored by Xtend Healthcare. (https://xtendhealthcare.net/).

  14. The Current Future: What Can Healthcare Learn from City Innovation?

    The future got here a lot faster than many predicted but Austin and Las Vegas are ready. In this podcast learn how they ve pivoted their business models and technology as a result of the public health crisis and what healthcare can learn from them. Features Tauseef Khan, Chief Technology Officer for the City of Austin, Michael Sherwood, Chief Innovation Officer for the City of Las Vegas and Mary Edwards, Provider President for NTT DATA Services.
    Sponsored by NTT DATA (https://us.nttdata.com/en/).

  15. ASC Revenue Cycle in Today’s Changing Environment

    Scott Becker interviews Lisa Rock, President of National Medical Billing Services on the current landscape of ASC revenue cycle, how this has changed since COVID-19, as well as her best tips for entrepreneurs in the space.
    Sponsored by National Medical Billing Services (https://nationalascbilling.com/).

  16. Dr. James Fee, CEO of Enjoin & Jennifer Eaton, Executive Director of Consulting Services & Education at Enjoin

    This episode features Dr. James Fee and Jennifer Eaton. Dr. Fee is the CEO of Enjoin and Jennifer Eaton is the Executive Director, Consulting Services & Education. Here they discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on healthcare organizations and clinical documentation, their top priorities in the current times, how they re measuring their CDI success, and more.
    This podcast is sponsored by Enjoin (https://www.enjoincdi.com/).

  17. 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.

  18. Clinical Communication and COVID-19 – Rhonda Collins, DNP, RN, FAAN

    Rhonda Collins, DNP, RN, FAAN, is the chief nursing officer at Vocera Communications. In this special edition of the Caring Greatly podcast, Dr. 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. As we begin to emerge from COVID-19, Dr. Collins envisions a world where clinician and staff support will be more critical than ever before.
    This podcast is sponsored by Vocera. (https://www.vocera.com/).

  19. Dr. Fatima Paruk, Chief Medical Information Officer at the US Health and Life Sciences Team at Microsoft

    This episode features Dr. Fatima Paruk, the Chief Medical Information Officer at the US Health and Life Sciences team at Microsoft. Here she discusses the importance of technology and data in reopening the country, the current state of COVID-19 testing, preventing the spread of the disease at the workplace, and much more.
    This podcast is sponsored by Microsoft. (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/industry/health).

  20. 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.

  21. COVID-19 and the future of telehealth — A conversation with Pulsara founder Dr. James Woodson

    Here we talk to Pulsara Founder and CEO James Woodson, MD, about the importance of telehealth amid times of crisis and what the future holds for virtual care.
    This podcast is sponsored by Pulsara (https://www.pulsara.com/).

  22. 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.

  23. 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.

  24. David Sylvan, President of University Hospitals Ventures

    This episode features David Sylvan, President of University Hospitals Ventures. Here, he discusses the challenges COVID-19 has presented, what the coming months look like, and more.

  25. Bruce Flanz, CEO of MediSys Health Network

    This episode features Bruce Flanz, CEO of MediSys Health Network. Here, he discusses the COVID-19 response in his very diverse community, the evolution of his career, and more.

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

    This episode features Russ Johnson, President and CEO of Lawrence Memorial Hospital. Here, he discusses his best advice for other healthcare leaders, how the COVID pandemic has inspired new changes within the hospital, and more.

  27. Barclay Berdan, CEO of Texas Health Resources

    This episode features Barclay Berdan, CEO of Texas Health Resources. Here, he discusses how his career in healthcare has evolved to where he is today, his top priorities in the coming months, and more.

  28. Bob Ritz, CEO of MercyOne in Des Moines

    This episode features Bob Ritz, CEO of MercyOne in Des Moines. Here, he discusses how he found his way to Des Moines and his current leadership role, how his graduate degree helped him grow professionally, and more.

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

    In this episode, Scott talks to Bill Graff, Senior Vice President and CIO at Cerner Corporation. Here, they discuss his career and journey to Cerner, his best advice for other leaders, and more.

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

    This episode features John Bulger, Chief Medical Officer of the Geisinger Health Plan. Here, he discusses how he rose to his current leadership role, his advice for young professionals entering the medical field, and more.

  31. Stephen Klasko, President and CEO of Jefferson Health

    This episode features Stephen Klasko, President and CEO of Jefferson Health. Here, he discusses the best advice he s gotten throughout his career, his new book "Patient No Longer: Why Healthcare Must Deliver the Care Experience that Consumers Want and Expect", and more.

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

    This episode features Caroline Carney, Chief Medical Officer at Magellan Health and Magellan RX Management. Here, she discusses the new attention being paid to behavioral healthcare during the COVID-19 pandemic, her best advice for rising professionals, and more.

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

    This episode features Kevin O Dowd and Anthony Mazzarelli, Co-President/CEOs of Cooper University Health Care. Here they discuss the role of the health system in the social determinants of health, moving from sick care to health care, their community, COVID-19, and more.

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

    This episode features Wael Barsoum, President & Chief Transformation Officer at Healthcare Outcomes Performance Company. Here, he discusses his transition from surgeon to administrator, where healthcare may be headed in America post-pandemic, and more.

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

    This episode features Flo Spyrow, President and CEO of Northern Arizona Healthcare. Here, she discusses her top three priorities this year, how the pandemic has played out in Northern Arizona, and more.

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

    This episode features Greg Rosencrance, Presdident of the Cleveland Clinic Indian River Hospital. Here, he discusses his journey to his current leadership role, his experience as chief resident during his residency, and more.

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

    This episode features Jill Hoggard Green, CEO of The Queen s Health System. Here, she discusses her path to leadership from nursing, the COVID-19 situation in Hawaii, and more.

  38. Jason Zachariah, Chief Operating Officer at Kindred Healthcare

    This episode features Jason Zachariah, Chief Operating Officer at Kindred Healthcare. Here, he discusses the evolution of his healthcare system, how Kindred has been handling the pandemic, and more.

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

    This episode features David Lechner, Chief Medical Officer for Blue Cross Blue Shield Montana. Here, he discusses his transition from working on the provider side to working for a payer, his top three priorities, and more.

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

    This episode features Michael Ugwueke, President and CEO of Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare. Here, he discusses his career, His pride in his system, diversity in leadership roles, and more.

  41. Brian Donley, CEO of Cleveland Clinic London

    This episode features Brian Donley, CEO of Cleveland Clinic London. Here, he discusses his career, Cleveland Clinic s emphasis on physician leadership, and more.

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

    This episode features Audrey Cortez, Director of Patient Experience at Peterson Health. Here, she discusses points of pride in Peterson, her thoughts on solutions for physician burnout, and more.

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

    This episode features Andrea Willis, Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee. Here, she discusses how she worked her way up to the position she is in now, trends she s seeing with population health, and more.

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

    This episode features Caitlin Stella, CEO of the Joe DiMaggio Children s Hospital. Here, she discusses points of pride in the hospital, her views on strategy, and more.

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

    This episode features Mark Mixer, CEO of Health One Alliance & Alliant Health Plans. Here, he discusses his journey to his current leadership role, his best advice for leaders, and more.

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

    This episode features Dr. Rahul Rajkumar, Chief Medical Officer and Senior Vice President at Blue Cross North Carolina. Here, he discusses the path to his current leadership role, his best advice for emerging leaders in healthcare, and more.

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

    This episode features Kristin Wolkart, President of the St. Francis Medical Center. Here, she discusses the increasing commonality of hospital CEOs with nursing backgrounds, what she s proud of regarding her medical center, and more.

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

    This episode features Michael Gustafson, President of the UMass Memorial Medical Center. Here, they discuss his top priorities amid the pandemic, his points of pride in UMass, and more.

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

    This episode features Tim Maloney, Vice President of Payer Relations for the University of Cincinnati Health. Here, he discusses the changes to the payer relations field in recent years, the dominant players in payer relations today, and more.

  50. Tony Awojoodu, Director of Strategy for DaVita Dialysis

    This episode features Tony Awojoodu, a biomedical engineer and Director of Strategy for DaVita Dialysis. Here, he discusses his family s roots in Nigeria, his journey to earning his PhD, and more.

  51. Terry Shaw, President and CEO of AdventHealth

    This episode features Terry Shaw, President and CEO of AdventHealth. Here, he discusses what he s learned from being with the same organization for so long, his journey to leadership in his system, and more.

  52. Avni Thakore, Chief Medical Officer for Catholic Health Services of Long Island

    This episode features Avni Thakore, Chief Medical Officer for Catholic Health Services of Long Island. Here, she discusses her top three priorities in the next year, the biggest access to care challenges we face today, and more.

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

    This episode featyures Bonita Stanton, Founding Dean of Seton Hall University Hackensack Meridian School of Medicine. Here, she discusses her current role as Founding Dean, her vision for ending the inequities in healthcare outcomes based on things like socioeconomic status and race, and more.

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

    This episode features Chuck Spicer, President and CEO of Oklahoma University Medicine. Here, he discusses what he s seeing with COVID-19 now and what he expects in the near future, his top priorities for the coming months, and more.

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

    This episode features Jennifer Thompson, former elected official and president of a variety of companies dealing with marketing and employee engagement with medical practices. Here, she discusses the implications of the pandemic on marketing practices, the do s and don ts of marketing today, and more.

  56. Debra Griffin, Founding Member of PPX-TEC

    This episode features Debra Griffin, Founding Member of PPX-TEC. Here, she discusses the product she invented and sells through her company and more.

  57. Ngan MacDonald, Independent Healthcare Advisor

    This episode features Ngan MacDonald, an independent healthcare advisor. Here, she discusses how the big payers in healthcare have been affected by the pandemic, ideas on improving challenges we see in our healthcare system, and more.

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

    This episode features Bruce Nash, Chief Physician Executive for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. Here, he discusses his current leadership role, issues surrounding population health, and more.

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

    This episode features Ken Cohen, Chief Medical Officer of New West Physicians and Senior Medical Director at Optum Care. Here, he discusses the driving force behind New West Physicians, his best thoughts on improving our current healthcare system, and more.

  60. Marc Miller, President of Universal Health Services

    This episode features Marc Miller, President of Universal Health Services. Here, he discusses his growth into his current role, how behavioral health has become a focus of health systems across the country, and more.

  61. Joe Lastinger, President of the Health Plan Alliance

    This episode features Joe Lastinger, President of the Health Plan Alliance. Here, he discusses successful strategies for health plans, his journey to his current role, and more.

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

    This episode features JP Gallagher, President and CEO of NorthShore University HealthSystem. Here, he discusses his points of pride in his system, how data and analytics have aided in the growth of the system, and more.

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

    This episode features John Brown, Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana. Here, he discusses the changes in his role due to the pandemic, the situation with COVID-19 in Louisiana, which was hit hard by the virus initially, and more.

  64. Doug Pogue, President of BJC Medical Group

    This episode features Doug Pogue, President of BJC Medical Group. Here, he discusses his tips for others transitioning from full time medical practice to an administrative role, his personal path to moving from full time practice to leadership, and more.

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

    This episode features Ceci Connolly, CEO at Alliance of Community Health Plans and Founder of Women of Impact. Here, she discusses the challenges behind provider-aligned health plans, the inspiration behind Women of Impact, and more.

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

    This episode features John Couris, President and CEO of Tampa General Hospital. Here, he discusses the coronavirus situation in Tampa, how the care for coronavirus has changed since the pandemic began, and more.

  67. John Kao, Founder and CEO of Alignment Healthcare

    This episode features John Kao, Founder and CEO of Alignment Healthcare. Here, he discusses the inspiration behind the beginning of Alignment Health, his top priorities this year, and more.

  68. Tiffanee Neighbors, Founder of Winnasium

    This episode features Tiffanee Neighbors, Founder of Winnasium. Here, she discusses her best advice for building a business, her podcast "Winning in Health", and more.

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

    This episode features Mitch Parker, Chief Information Security Officer at Indiana University Health. Here, he discusses the big strides being made in health IT and its security, where the industry is going in the next three to five years, and more.

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

    This episode features Dr. Valerie Kading, CEO of the Sierra Tucson Group. Here, she discusses the mental health implications of the current pandemic, her best tips for aspiring leaders, and more.

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

    This episode features Michael Davis, Owner of Smiles of Santa Fe and Practicing Dentist. Here, he discusses the impact of the pandemic on dentistry, his start in dentistry, and more.

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

    This episode features Joe Zasa, Founder & Managing Partner of ASD Management. Here, he discusses how to grow a successful business, his top three priorities for the rest of the year, and more.

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

    This episode features Bill Wulf, CEO of Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians. Here, he discusses how the pandemic has affected his group, his journey to his current leadership position, and more.

  74. Derek Raghavan, President of the Levine Cancer Institute

    This episode features Dr. Derek Raghavan, President of the Levine Cancer Institute. Here, he discusses how he has utilized both his PhD and MD, the most recent developments in his area of expertise, and more.

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

    This episode features Steve Page, President and CEO of SUN Behavioral Health. Here, he discusses his transition from investment banking to behavioral health, the issues with the shortage in behavioral health professionals, and more.

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

    This episode features Paul Bernard, Senior Vice President of Finance & Process Excellence at Smile Brands. Here, he discusses how COVID-19 has changed dentistry, dental industry consolidation, and more.

  77. Stuart Archer, CEO of Oceans Healthcare

    This episode features Stuart Archer, CEO of Oceans Healthcare. Here, he discusses how he began in the behavioral health world, his biggest priorities moving forward, and more.

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

    This episode features David Carmouche, President of Ochsner Health Network and Senior Vice President of Community Care at Ochsner Health. Here, he discusses the current status of COVID-19 in his area, his path to his current role, and more.

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

    This episode features Dr. Lori Morgan, President and CEO of Huntington Hospital. Here, she discusses her journey to her current leadership role, her points of pride in the organization she leads, and more.

  80. Jeffrey Flaks, President & CEO of Hartford Healthcare

    This episode features Jeffrey Flaks, President & CEO of Hartford Healthcare. Here, he discusses what makes him proud of his system, what recovery from the pandemic may look like in the coming months, and more.

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

    This episode features Dr. Robert Groves, Executive Vice President & Chief Medical Officer at Banner | Aetna. Here, he discuss the current state of the pandemic in Arizona, the effectiveness of wearing masks, and more.

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

    This episode features Gina Altieri, Executive Vice President and Enterprise Chief Communications Officer for Nemours Children s Health System. Here, she discusses what she s proud of in her organization, some of the top priorities she s focusing on, the impacts that COVID has made on their system, and more.

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

    This episode features Will Ferniany, CEO of University of Alabama-Birmingham Health System. Here, he discusses points of pride in the UAB system, his top priorities in the coming year, and more.

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

    This episode features Rick Stevens, President at Christian Hospital and Northwest Healthcare. Here, he discusses his journey to his current leadership position, his advice for aspiring leaders, and more.

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

    This episode features Craig Samitt, President and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota. Here, he discusses his top priorities in the coming months, what recovery from the pandemic looks like, and more.

  86. Nathan Kaufman, Managing Director of Kaufman Strategic Advisors

    This episode features Nathan Kaufman, Managing Director of Kaufman Strategic Advisors. Here, he discusses his thoughts on insurance companies and their preauthorization process, the actual necessity of preauthorization, and more.

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

    This episode features Fred Dennis, an emergency physician and Medical Director of Torrance Memorial IPA. Here, he discusses reasons behind physician burnout, ways to combat burnout, and more.

  88. Bruce Meyer, President of Jefferson Health

    This episode features Bruce Meyer, President of Jefferson Health. Here, he discusses Jefferson Health s movement as an elite health system, their efforts in the digital sphere, and more.

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

    This episode features Jeff Wakefield, Chief Financial Officer at University of North Carolina Healthcare. Here, he discusses his journey back to North Carolina after serving in a CFO position in Indiana, his top priorities regarding financial operations today, and more.

  90. Karen Ignagni, CEO of EmblemHealth

    This episode features Karen Ignagni, CEO of EmblemHealth. Here she discusses her top three priorities at Emblem Health, how small healthcare plans can be competitive against big plans, and more.

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

    This episode features Patrick Woodard, Chief Medical Information Officer at Renown Health. Here, he discusses his path to his current role, how he uses his skills as a physician to understand data, and more.

  92. 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.

  93. 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.

  94. 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.

  95. 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.

  96. 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.

  97. 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.

  98. 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.

  99. 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.

  100. 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.

  101. 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.

  102. 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.

  103. 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.

  104. 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.

  105. 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.

  106. 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.

  107. 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.

  108. 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.

  109. 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.

  110. 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.

  111. 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.

  112. 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.

  113. 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.

  114. 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.

  115. 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.

  116. 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.

  117. 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.

  118. 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.

  119. 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.

  120. 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.

  121. 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.

  122. 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.

  123. 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.

  124. 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.

  125. 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.

  126. 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.

  127. 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.

  128. 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.

  129. 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.

  130. 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.

  131. 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.

  132. 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.

  133. 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.

  134. 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

  135. 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.

  136. 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.

  137. 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.

  138. 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.

  139. 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.

  140. 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.

  141. 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.

  142. 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.

  143. 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.

  144. 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.

  145. 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.

  146. 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.

  147. 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.

  148. 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.

  149. 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.

  150. 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.

  151. 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.

  152. 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.

  153. 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.

  154. 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.

  155. 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.

  156. 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.

  157. 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.

  158. 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.

  159. 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.

  160. 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.

  161. 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.

  162. 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.

  163. 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.

  164. 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.

  165. 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.

  166. 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.

  167. 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.

  168. 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.

  169. 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.

  170. 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.

  171. 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.

  172. 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.

  173. 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.

  174. Brian Sterud, Chief Information Officer at Faith Regional Health System

    This episode features Brian Sterud, the Chief Information Officer at Faith Regional Health System. Here, he talks on what the COVID-19 situation looks at in his area, how to stay mentally and physically healthy during this 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.

  175. Tim Fry, Attorney with the McGuireWoods Healthcare Group

    This episode features Tim Fry, an Attorney with the McGuireWoods Healthcare Group. Here, he discusses what reopening may look like in certain areas, how this pandemic has affected already hurting rural healthcare systems, and more.

  176. Adair Chesley, Statistician and PhD from UNC Chapel Hil

    In this episode features Adair Chesley, a statistician and PhD from UNC Chapel Hill. Here she discusses how collaboration can aid in the response to the pandemic, her assessment of the federal response, and more.

  177. Sigi Marmorstein, CEO of Babylive Advice

    In this episode Scott chats with Sigi Marmorstein, a nurse practitioner and the CEO of Babylive Advice. Here, they discuss maternity care in the United States, the inspiration behind her company, and more.

  178. Jaewon Ryu, President and CEO of Geisinger

    This episode features Jaewon Ryu, President and CEO of Geisinger. Here, he discusses his tips for feeling more comfortable and managing stress during crisis, strategic planning during 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.

  179. Michelle Conger, Chief Strategy Officer for OSF Healthcare and CEO of OSF Gabriel Digital Health

    This episode features Michelle Conger, Chief Strategy Officer for OSF Healthcare and CEO of OSF Gabriel Digital Health. Here, she discusses how her role as CSO has changed during the pandemic, how OSF is helping those infected by 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.

  180. Richard Kaul, Author of "An impossible Victory: Kaul vs. Christi"

    This episode features Richard Kaul, author of "An impossible Victory: Kaul vs. Christi". Here he discusses the events that led up to the publication of the book, which are based on events that Kaul experienced as a surgeon.

  181. Maulik Trivedi, Partner and Chief of Business Development at StationMD

    This episode features Maulik Trivedi, Partner and Chief of Business Development at StationMD. Here, he discusses the situation in New York, the policy and government involvement in the pandemic, and more.

  182. Jim Berg, Interim President and CEO of Roper St. Francis

    This episode features Jim Berg, who is serving as Interim President and CEO of Roper St. Francis. Here he discusses his experience dealing with the Ebola crisis in Texas, the importance of treating and protecting your staff well, some of his tips for dealing with a crisis 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.

  183. Ben Schwartz, Orthopaedic Surgeon at Sports Medicine North and CIO at Healent

    In this episode, Scott talks to Ben Schwartz, an orthopedic surgeon specializing in hip and knee replacements. Here, they discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected his practice, how he has handled his extra free time without elective surgeries to perform, and more.

  184. Brett Tracy, Vice President of Revenue Cycle at the Carilion Clinic

    This episode features Brett Tracy, Vice President of Revenue Cycle at the Carilion Clinic in Roanoke, Virginia. Here he discusses the coronavirus situation in Virginia, how he s managing to work with some of his team remotely, 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.

  185. Dave Whitehead, Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer at Hartford HealthCare

    This episode features Dave Whitehead, Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer at Hartford HealthCare. Here he discusses strategy and how his changes over time to different situations, how we are going to continue on with COVID-19 and what reopening 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.

  186. Dr. Hudson Garrett #2, President & CEO of Community Health Associates, LLC

    This episode features Dr. Hudson Garrett, President & CEO of Community Health Associates, LLC., and an Adjunct Professor at University of Louisville School of Medicine. Here, he discusses how nursing homes are taking care of their patients, his thoughts on reopening elective procedures, COVID-19 symptoms that are unique to children, 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.

  187. Dr. Suken Shah Division Chief, Spine & Scoliosis Center, and Dr. Alfred Atanda, Director, Center for Sports Medicine at A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children

    This episode features Dr. Suken Shah Division Chief, Spine & Scoliosis Center, and Dr. Alfred Atanda, Director, Center for Sports Medicine at A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children. Here they discuss what pediatric care looks like in the COVID-19 era, how they are adjusting to telehealth as providers, challenges they ve faced with telehealth and how they ve overcome them, 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.

  188. Foster Mobley, Founder and Chairman of FMG Leading, also a Professor and coach at Boston College

    This episode features Foster Mobley, Founder and Chairman of FMG Leading, and a Professor of Leadership at Boston College. Here, he discusses the severity of physician burnout, necessary leadership development, and more.

  189. Dr. Daniel Schulman, Surgical Podiatrist at Comprehensive Integrated Care

    This episode features Dr. Daniel Schulman, Surgical Podiatrist at Comprehensive Integrated Care. Here, they discuss the effects of the pandemic in his field of medicine, the possible silver linings that will come from this crisis, 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.

  190. Chris Palmieri, the President & CEO of Commonwealth Care Alliance

    This episode features Chris Palmieri, the President & CEO of Commonwealth Care Alliance. Here they discuss how they continue caring for their vulnerable patients during COVID-19, what they did to prepare, what he believes the new normal will look like for Americans, 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.

  191. Holly Kalua, System Director of Clinical Documentation Integrity for St. Joseph Health and Covenant Hospitals

    This episode features Holly Kalua, System Director of Clinical Documentation Integrity for St. Joseph Health and Covenant Hospitals. Here, she talks about how managing remotely has affected the atmosphere of her job, advice she has for other leaders in the nursing field, 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.

  192. Patrice Weiss, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer at the Carilion Clinic

    This episode features Patrice Weiss, the Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Carilion Clinic. Here, they discuss what is being seen at the Carilion Clinic surrounding coronavirus, what a new normal may look like post-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.

  193. Duane Reynolds, Founder and CEO of Just Health Collective

    This episode features Duane Reynolds, Founder and CEO of Just Health Collective. Here he does a deep dive into health equity and diversity, the importance of diversity, the impact of COVID-19 on vulnerable communities, and more.

  194. John Broderick, Senior Director of External Affairs at Dartmouth Hitchcock Healthcare

    This episode features John Broderick, Senior Director of External Affairs at Dartmouth Hitchcock Healthcare. Here, they discuss a wide range of topics surrounding mental health, including his own experience with mental health issues within his family, the reasons he sees for how much mental illness we see in our younger generations, 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.

  195. Lloyd Dean, Chief Executive Officer at CommonSpirit Health

    This episode features Lloyd Dean, Chief Executive Officer at CommonSpirit Health. Here, he discusses the lasting impact the pandemic will have on our world, the advice he has for other healthcare 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.

  196. Michele Saysana, Chief Quality and Safety Officer at IU Health

    This episode features Michele Saysana, Chief Quality and Safety Officer at IU Health. Here, she talks about the IU response to the pandemic, how to ramp up COVID testing across the country, how to fight burnout in the face of a 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.

  197. Gary Williams, Director of Healthcare Performance Improvement at Syracuse Community Health Center

    This episode features Gary Williams, Director of Healthcare Performance Improvement at Syracuse Community Health Center. Here, they discuss the COVID-19 situation in his area of upstate New York, how he has been keeping his health center s mission on track during this crisis, 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.

  198. Amanda Chaney, a Nurse Practitioner in Liver Transplant at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida

    This episode features Amanda Chaney, a Nurse Practitioner in Liver Transplant at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida. Here, she discusses the measures being taken to prepare for a COVID-19 surge at her campus of Mayo Clinic, leadership advice during these difficult times, 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.

  199. Gregory Bryant, IT Director at Baylor, Scott, & White Texas Spine and Joint Hospital

    This episode features Gregory Bryant, IT Director at Baylor, Scott, & White Texas Spine and Joint Hospital. Here, he discusses how the current ban on elective procedures has affected his hospital, his estimate for when we may be able to start going back to normal routines again, 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.

  200. Tim Braun, Chief Operating Officer at Carroll County Memorial Hospital

    This episode features Tim Braun, Chief Operating Officer at Carroll County Memorial Hospital. Here, he talks on the preparations he s taken in his small community to prepare for a possible coronavirus surge, morale of his staff and strategies to calm anxieties, 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.

  201. Helen Figge, Health IT Leader and Chief Strategy Officer at MedicaSoft

    This episode features Helen Figge, Health IT Leader and Chief Strategy Officer at MedicaSoft. She discusses the many roles she s played in healthcare innovation, advice she has for leaders, the importance of transparency and optimism, the changes she s noticed in Health IT during the ongoing pandemic, and more.

  202. Beth Myers & Wendy Benson, Authors of the Book "The Confident Patient"

    This episode features Beth Myers, a registered nurse, and Wendy Benson, an occupational therapist. Here, they discuss the challenges people, especially seniors, may face in navigating the health system post-pandemic, the book they authored together, called "The Confident Patient", and more.

  203. Abirammy Sundaramoorthy, System Clinical Values Officer and University Hospital Health System

    This episode features Abirammy Sundaramoorthy, the System Clinical Values Officer and University Hospital Health System. Here she discusses how her upbringing in Sri Lanka, Singapore, and Malaysia, has influenced her life path in medicine, how professionals can influence care delivery, and more.

  204. Kent Lehr, Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at UnityPoint Health

    This episode features Kent Lehr, the Vice President of Strategy and Business Development at UnityPoint Health. Here, he discusses things he s seen at UnityPoint that make him proud to work for the health system, things he s learned during the pandemic that will transcend this difficult time, and more.

  205. Chris Van Gorder, President and CEO of Scripps Health

    This episode features Chris Van Gorder, President and CEO of Scripps Health. Here he gives a deep dive into how Scripps has prepared for and managed the current Coronavirus pandemic, how it has affected their community, 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.

  206. Paul Summerside, Former Hospital Leader and Emergency Room Physician

    This episode features Paul Summerside, former hospital leader and emergency room physician. Here he discusses the bipartisanism being brought out by the COVID-19 pandemic, how this situation is exposing the fragility of different systems within our healthcare structure, and more.

  207. Angela Shippy, Chief Medical and Quality Officer for Memorial Hermann Health System

    This episode features Angela Shippy, Chief Medical and Quality Officer for Memorial Hermann Health System. Here, she talks about the importance of being able to lead people through change in her role, the changes coming to the healthcare industry post-pandemic, and more.

  208. Neil Gomes, Chief Digital Officer and Executive Vice President of Technology Innovation and Consumer Experience at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health System

    This episode features Neil Gomes, Chief Digital Officer and Executive Vice President of Technology Innovation and Consumer Experience at Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health System. Here he discusses the importance digital technology is in the patient experience, the future of digital health post-pandemic, and more.

  209. Holly McCormack, Chief Nursing Officer at Cottage Hospital

    This episode features Holly McCormack, Chief Nursing Officer at Cottage Hospital in Woodsville, New Hampshire. Here, she discusses the atmosphere in her hospital amid the COVID-19 pandemic, what a surge may look like in her rural institution, and more.

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

    This episode features Darren Dworkin, Chief Information Officer at Cedars-Sinai. Here he discusses major improvements he s seen since he started his role, important mentors he s had in this healthcare system, how his team his tackling the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.

  211. Jonathan Fisher, Cardiologist, Novant Health Heart and Vascular Institute

    This episode features Jonathan Fisher, a practicing clinical cardiologist and mindfulness coach. Here he discusses how he helps patients take care of their physical hearts and their emotional hearts, fighting physician burnout with a positive mindset, and more.

  212. Jamie Vinck, Chief Executive Officer of The Sierra Tucson Group

    This episode features Jamie Vinck, Chief Executive Officer of The Sierra Tucson Group. Here she discusses behavioral health, how COVID-19 is affecting mental and behavioral health, current trends in behavioral health regarding anxiety and addiction to social media, and more.

  213. Kenneth Waller, CEO of Amistad Community Health Center

    This episode features Kenneth Waller, CEO of Amistad Community Health Center in Corpus Christi, Texas. Here, they discuss his passion for working with underserved populations, how his health center has partnered with the county health department and hospitals to prepare for COVID-19, and more.

  214. Brian Walcott, Neurosurgeon at the NorthShore University HealthSystem

    This episode features Brian Walcott, Neurosurgeon at the NorthShore University HealthSystem. Here, they discuss surgical interventions available for stroke patients, how broadly used these procedures are, and more.

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

    This episode features John Couris, President and CEO of Tampa General Hospital. Here, he discusses his response to the coronavirus pandemic, how his hospital s priorities will shift over the coming months as coronavirus runs its course, and more.

  216. Jeff Peters and Leslie Basham from Surgical Directions on the Post-COVID Recovery Period and What That Looks like for Providers

    Hear from Scott Becker and two leaders from Surgical Directions as they discuss the post-COVID recovery period, and what that looks like for providers on elective surgical volume, the CARES Act, patient engagement and more.

  217. Michellene Davis, Executive Vice President and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJBarnabas Health

    This episode features Michellene Davis, Executive Vice President and Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJBarnabas Health. Here she discusses the long term impacts of COVID-19, issues surrounding health equity, and more.

  218. Michael Dowling, President and CEO of Northwell Health

    This episode features Michael Dowling, President and CEO of Northwell Health. Here he discusses being at the epicenter of the Coronavirus outbreak in the US as Northwell which has had more cases than anyone else in the state, his relationship advising Governor Cuomo, how New York is on the downside of the curve, what s next, and more.

  219. Dr. Kenneth Candido, Chairman of the Department of Anesthesiology at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center and Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at University of Illinois College of Medicine

    This episode features Dr. Kenneth Candido, Chairman of Department of Anesthesiology at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center and Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at University of Illinois College of Medicine. Here he discusses the many different roles he plays, his perspectives on the COVID-19 pandemic, the PPE shortage, his work and efforts in opioid sparing, and more.

  220. Paul Yonover, Urologist and Urological Surgeon at UroPartners

    This episode features Paul Yonover, Urologist and Urological Surgeon at UroPartners in Chicago. Here he discusses what his practice has done with telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic, the PPE situation in the healthcare space in Chicago, and more.

  221. Steve Miff, President and CEO of PCCI

    This episode features Steve Miff, President and CEO of PCCI. Here, he talks on the constants he s seen throughout his career, his new book Building Connected Communities of Care: The Playbook For Streamlining Effective Coordination Between Medical And Community-Based Organizations, and more.

  222. Mohamed Kamara, Founder and CEO of InovCares

    This episode features Mohamed Kamara, Founder and CEO of InovCares. He is a telehealth entrepreneur and son of immigrants. Here he discusses his inspiration for entering the telehealth space, his top priorities for his company, and more.

  223. Daren Anderson, Director of the Weitzman Institute, General Internist and Primary Care Provider.

    This episode features Daren Anderson, Director of the Weitzman Institute and a general internist and primary care provider. Here, he talks about the way the virtual consults can take care of vulnerable populations, especially in the age of the coronavirus pandemic, his passion for primary care, and more.

  224. Laura Dyrda, Editor in Chief of Becker’s Healthcare on Her New Book Tumble Rose

    This episode features Laura Dyrda, a creative writer and Editor in Chief of Becker s Healthcare. Here, she discusses her new book "Tumble Rose", where she drew her inspiration for the story, her love for storytelling, and more.

  225. Don Taylor, a Consultant and a Healthcare Leadership Strategy and Policy Professor at the University of Texas

    This episode features Don Taylor, a consultant and a healthcare leadership strategy and policy professor at the University of Texas. Here he discusses how leaders can establish a feeling of safety in this period of great uncertainty with the COVID-19 pandemic, his advice for leaders, and more.

  226. Dr. Lisa Charbonneau, Chief Medical Officer of Encompass Health Corporation

    This episode features Dr. Lisa Charbonneau, Chief Medical Officer of Encompass Health Corporation. Here, she discusses core priorities amid the coronavirus pandemic, issues surrounding the post-acute sector, and more.

  227. Paige Cunningham, Author of the Daily Email Newsletter Health 202

    This episode features Paige Cunningham, author of the daily email newsletter Health 202. Here she discusses the top issues surrounding healthcare today and her predictions for the future of medicare for all and public coverage.

  228. Jessica Cole, President & CEO of Becker's Healthcare

    This episode features Jessica Cole. Jessica is the President & CEO of Becker s Healthcare. Here she discusses her thoughts around healthcare leaders, thoughts around the media business, advice for companies and people selling into the healthcare industry, and much more.

  229. Tatyana Popkova, Chief Strategy Officer at the Rush University Medical Center and Health System

    This episode features Tatyana Popkova, the Chief Strategy Officer at the Rush University Medical Center and Health System. Here, they discuss the changes in her job as the COVID-19 pandemic plays out, how telehealth has played a role in serving the diverse needs of the population of Chicago, and more.

  230. Dr. Rod Hochman, President and CEO of Providence Health System

    This episode features Dr. Rod Hochman, President and CEO of Providence Health System. Here he discusses how he quickly prepared his team to handle the COVID-19 pandemic and how he s taking care of them, tough decisions he s had to make as a leader due to coronavirus, how this is going to change healthcare moving 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 and pioneer of robotic assisted surgery.

  231. Scott Becker Interviews Kristan Davis, Director of Digital Learning and Educational Technology at Jefferson Healthcare

    This episode features Kristan Davis, the Director of Digital Learning and Educational Technology at Jefferson Healthcare. Here, she discusses the importance of digital transformation in efficient education, how digital learning s goals can shift in time of crisis, 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 and pioneer of robotic assisted surgery.

  232. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Ian Jasenof, Chief Medical Officer at UI Health in Chicago

    This episode features Dr. Ian Jasenof, Chief Medical Officer at UI Health in Chicago. Here, he discusses his perspective on the coronavirus pandemic, their testing efforts, the physician shortage, advice for future public health emergencies 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 and pioneer of robotic assisted surgery.

  233. Molly Gamble Interviews Jeanne Wirpsa, Medical Ethics and Research Chaplain at Northwestern Memorial Hospital

    In this special episode Molly Gamble talks to Jeanne Wirpsa, Medical Ethics and Research Chaplain at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Here, they discuss how to be compassionate and comforting in the face of tragic diagnosis or treatment, how to normalize conversations surrounding the final wishes of sick loved ones, 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 and pioneer of robotic assisted surgery.

  234. Scott Becker Interviews Lynn Gibson, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President at Christus Health

    This episode features Lynn Gibson, Chief Technology Officer and Vice President at Christus Health. Here, he discusses the people factor in an organization s utilization of technology, the challenges behind integrating technology in health systems on a large scale, 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 and pioneer of robotic assisted surgery.

  235. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Arielle Levitan and Dr. Romy Block, Co-Founders of Vous Vitamin

    In this episode, Scott talks to Dr. Arielle Levitan and Dr. Romy Block, co-founders of Vous Vitamin. Here, they discuss the confusing aspects of the vitamin industry, how Vous Vitamin is different than picking out vitamins from a store shelf, and more.

  236. Scott Becker Interviews Phil Kambic, President and CEO of Riverside Medical Center

    This episode features Phil Kambic, President and CEO of Riverside Medical Center in Kankakee, Illinois. Here, he talks about how he approaches the strategic planning process in his leadership position, the issues surrounding independent health systems versus alliances, 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 and pioneer of robotic assisted surgery.

  237. Scott Becker Interviews Michelle Troseth, Co-Founder of Missing Logic

    This episode features Michelle Troseth, Co-Founder of Missing Logic, a coaching and consulting company. Here, they discuss how to combat healthcare worker burnout, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, what consulting engagement looks like, and more.

  238. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Larry Teuber, Retired Neurosurgeon

    In this episode, Scott talks to Dr. Larry Teuber, a retired neurosurgeon and former military surgeon. Here, they discuss the consequences of overreacting or underreacting to the COVID-19 pandemic, the different avenues this outbreak could take, what those paths mean for us as a global community, and more.

  239. Scott Becker Interviews Lisa Oldham, Chief Nursing Officer and VP Patient Care Services at Orange Regional Medical Center

    This episode features Lisa Oldham, Chief Nursing Officer and VP Patient Care Services at Orange Regional Medical Center. Here she talks about what it is like being on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, preparing her team, ways for the community to say thank you, and much more.

  240. Scott Becker Interviews Tom Gimbel, Founder and CEO of LaSalle Network

    This episode features Tom Gimbel, Founder and CEO of LaSalle Network. Here he discusses leadership and what leaders should be doing in the current situation, his firm s white-collar recruiting services, how to thrive in this economy, and more.

  241. Scott Becker Coronavirus and the Business of Healthcare Update

    In this episode features Scott Becker doing a deep dive into how COVID-19 effects the business of healthcare, both currently and going forward. Here he discusses what needs to happen for businesses to move back to some sort of normalcy, glimmers of hope, opening up elective procedures again, and much more.

  242. Scott Becker Interviews Adam Myers, Chief of Population Health and Director of Cleveland Clinic Community Care at Cleveland Clinic

    This episode features Dr. Adam Myers, Chief of Population Health and Director of Cleveland Clinic Community Care at Cleveland Clinic. Here he discusses his role at Cleveland Clinic, how they are handling Coronavirus in the communities they care for, and much more.

  243. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Bruce Darrow, Chief Medical Information Officer of Mount Sinai Health System

    This episode features Dr. Bruce Darrow, the Chief Medical Information Officer of Mount Sinai Health System. Here, he talks about the beginning of his medical career, his team s coronavirus response and how he s helping to take care of his medical staff, the importance of planning and more.

  244. Dr. Thomas Blasco and Anne Cole from Surgical Directions on COVID-19 and Future Planning for Hospitals

    Hear from Scott Becker and two leaders from Surgical Directions as they discuss future planning for hospitals given the enduring changes the COVID-19 crisis is forcing on the healthcare system.
    Listen to Part 1 of the Podcast Series (https://blubrry.com/beckershealthcarepodcast/58264176/dr-josh-miller-and-john-buzzelli-from-surgical-directions-on-covid-19-ventilators-and-anesthesia-equipment/).

  245. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Marjorie Bessel, Chief Clinical officer of Banner Health

    This episode features Dr. Marjorie Bessel, the Chief Clinical officer of Banner Health. Here, she talks about her leadership experience, the PPE shortage and keeping our healthcare workers safe, innovation that s taking place due to COVID-19, advice for healthcare leaders during this time, and more.

  246. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Eric Topol, Founder and Director, Scripps Research Translational Institute on the Novel Coronavirus

    This episode features Dr. Eric Topol, Founder and Director, Scripps Research Translational Institute. Here he discusses the novel coronavirus and what we know vs. what we do not know, virus shedding, how contagious it is, how might we overcome the virus, and much more.

  247. Dr. Josh Miller and John Buzzelli from Surgical Directions on COVID-19, Ventilators and Anesthesia Equipment

    Hear from Scott Becker and two leaders from Surgical Directions as they discuss anesthesia equipment conversion for ventilators and COVID-19.
    Listen to Part 2 of the Podcast Series (https://blubrry.com/beckershealthcarepodcast/58380475/dr-thomas-blasco-and-anne-cole-from-surgical-directions-on-covid-19-and-future-planning-for-hospitals/).

  248. Scott Becker Interviews Renee Davis, Founder of ProDevo Design and Consulting Group

    This episode features Renee Davis, a Nurse Educator and Founder of ProDevo Design and Consulting Group. Here, she talks about the similarities and differences between nursing education and other forms of education, what excites her about her profession, and more.

  249. Scott Becker Interviews Emily Rappleye, a Former Managing Editor at Becker's Hospital Review

    This episode features Emily Rappleye, a former Managing Editor at Becker's Hospital Review. Here, they discuss the top issues being covered in the healthcare field, how she strives to stay unbiased in her journalistic work, how the issue of healthcare is influencing the upcoming election, and more.

  250. Scott Becker Interviews Dan Legault, CEO of Antibe Therapeutics

    This episode features Dan Legault, the CEO of Antibe Therapeutics. Here, he discusses the timeline of getting a new drug to market, the impact technology has had on drug discovery, the acceleration technology has provided in bringing new drugs to market, and more.

  251. Scott Becker Interviews Imamu Tomlinson, CEO of Vituity

    This episode features Imamu Tomlinson, CEO of Vituity. Here they discuss working on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, how the healthcare community is coming together, helping providers have the appropriate PPE, and the importance of being proactive in the fight against the novel coronavirus.

  252. 100 Million Mask Challenge: Featuring Priya Bathija, Vice President of The Value Initiative at the American Hospital Association

    This episode features Priya Bathija, Vice President of The Value Initiative at the American Hospital Association. Here she discusses the 100 million mask challenge that is a national call to action to increase the production of personal protective equipment, which is in critically short supply for health care works on the front lines of COVID-19.

  253. Scott Becker Interviews Barry Friedberg, President and Founder of the Goldilocks Anesthesia Foundation

    In this episode, Scott talks to Barry Friedberg, a board-certified anesthesiologist. Here, he discusses how he got started in opioid-sparing anesthesia, how the world of elective surgery may change due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and more.

  254. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Hudson Garrett Jr., President and CEO of Community Health Associates

    This episode features Dr. Hudson Garrett Jr., President and CEO of Community Health Associates. Here he discusses the coronavirus pandemic, the importance of testing, comparison to the flu, and learning from this pandemic to prepare for future pandemics.

  255. Scott Becker Interviews David Kelly, Director of Physician Revenue Cycle for Premier Health Partners

    This episode features David Kelly, Director of Physician Revenue Cycle for Premier Health Partners. Here, he talks on his biggest priorities amid the COVID-19 pandemic, things he is expecting in the future once COVID-19 is over, its effect on the revenue cycle, and more.

  256. Scott Becker Interviews Krista Drobac, Executive Director for the Alliance of Connected Care: COVID-19Telehealth Update

    This episode features Krista Drobac, Executive Director for the Alliance of Connected Care, a telehealth advocacy organization. Here, they discuss restriction changes on MediCare due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the waiver of copays for medical appointments and doctor s visits, and more.

  257. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Josh Sharfstein, Vice Dean for Public Health Practice and Community Engagement at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

    In this episode, Scott talks to Dr. Josh Sharfstien, former Principal Deputy Commissioner at the Food and Drug Administration and Professor of Practice, Health Policy, and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Here, they talk about the government s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and different avenues that response could take, how this crisis differs from other pandemics we ve seen, and more.

  258. Scott Becker Intervies Dr. Fred Liss, Clinical Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University and Rothman Institute

    This episode features Dr. Fred Liss, Clinical Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery at Thomas Jefferson University and Rothman Institute. Here he discusses the importance of preventing the failure of the healthcare system in America due to Coronavirus, stopping elective surgery, the potential second wave of coronavirus, operating as surgical overflow if needed, and much more.

  259. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Paul Offit, Professor of Pediatrics and Director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, on Coronavirus

    This episode features Dr. Paul Offit, Pediatrics and Director of the Vaccine Education Center at Children s Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Offit is one of the worlds leading infectious disease and vaccine scientists. Here he does a deep dive into the coronavirus, how long he thinks the pandemic will last, what differentiates COVID-19 from the seasonal flu, and much more.

  260. Best Practices for New Tech Implementation and Data Management: A Conversation with Snehal Desai

    In this episode, we speak with Snehal Desai, the vice president for augmented intelligence within enterprise technology at Cardinal Health, about best practices for technology implementation and change management. During the discussion, Mr. Desai breaks down the biggest obstacles hospitals may face when rolling out new technologies, offers advice for how organizations can sort through large amounts of data and shares predictions on how data will shape healthcare in the future.

  261. Scott Becker Interviews Howard Cox, Principal at Somerset CPAs and Advisors on How the Proposed Plan by the Government Would let Small Businesses Borrow to Help During the Pandemic

    This episode features Howard Cox, Principal at Somerset CPAs and Advisors. This discussion focuses on how the proposed plan by the government would let small businesses of less than 500 employees borrow money to help during the current economic crisis. Here Howard discusses the criteria to borrow, how much can be borrowed, and much more.

  262. Scott Becker Interviews Raghav Govindarajan, Neurologist and Neuromuscular Physician and the University of Missouri

    This episode features Raghav Govindarajan, a Neurologist and Neuromuscular Physician and the University of Missouri. Here, he discusses the most exciting things he s doing within his numerous roles in medicine, the importance of selecting good leaders in our healthcare systems, and more.

  263. Scott Becker Interviews Matt Lambert, Chief Medical Officer at Curation Health

    In this episode, Scott talks to Matt Lambert, Chief Medical Officer for Curation Health. Here, he discusses his book Unrest Assured, the rebranding of Trust Healthcare into Curation Healthcare, interoperability in IT, and more.

  264. Scott Becker Interviews Tom Pliura, Practicing Physician and Attorney in Illinois

    This episode features Dr. Tom Pliura a practicing physician and attorney in Illinois. Here he talks about coronavirus testing availability where he s at, how we can help as a society by staying at home, his prediction for what s to come and more.

  265. Recorded Webinar: Motivation and Resilience – Key Thoughts in a Complex World

    This webinar engaged five great panelists on the issue of how does one stay motivated, focused and resilient in a changing world.
    The panelists include:Jordon Johnson, Director of Data Science at Legion Healthcare PartnersAmy Gardner, Principal at ApochromatikRick Kes, Partner at RSM USDan Michelson, CEO at Strata Decision TechnologyLotus Buckner, Director of HR and Learning at Northwest Community Healthcare
    Scott Becker moderated the discussion.

  266. Scott Becker Interviews Howard Kern, CEO of Sentara Healthcare

    In this episode, Scott talks to Howard Kern, Chief Executive Officer of Sentara Healthcare. Here, they discuss how the healthcare worker shortage happening before the COVID-19 pandemic will affect care of coronavirus victims, the changes Kern made at Sentara Healthcare to put quality and patient experience first, the different forms leadership can take, the rapidly changing pandemic situation, and more.

  267. Scott Becker Interviews Eric Hargan, Deputy Secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services on COVID-19

    In this episode, Scott talks to Eric Hargan, Deputy Secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services. Here, they discuss how the department s priorities have shifted amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, and how this shift has affected the other goals and initiatives his office has been working on. Hargan also talks on the specific measures being taken, old and new, to contain the outbreak and mitigate the risk of spread. Course of action is also a point of discussion, and Hargan explains how the bright minds at the CDC and other agencies have come together to decide on the best avenues to ensure safety in this unprecedented situation.

  268. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Joel Diamond, Chief Medical Officer at 2bPrecise

    This episode features Dr. Joel Diamond, Chief Medical Officer at 2bPrecise and a family medicine physician who has sworks with genetic testing. Here he talks about direct consumer genetic testing and how it affects patients as consumers and the physicians that work with these tests.

  269. Scott Becker Interviews Natalie Porter, the Program Director of Net Revenue Improvement at Northwestern Memorial Healthcare

    This episode features Natalie Porter, the Program Director of Net Revenue Improvement at Northwestern Memorial Healthcare. Here, she discusses how she functions in her role to improve bottom line impact, what works and doesn t work in net revenue improvement, and more.

  270. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Stephen Hochschuler, the Chairman at Texas Back Institute

    This episode features Dr. Stephen Hochschuler, the Chairman at Texas Back Institute. Here he discusses the coronavirus epidemic, how it compares to the polio epidemic, the unknowns, his organization, and more.

  271. Scott Becker Interviews Timothy Ketterman, Vice President of Operations at Adaptive Medical Partners

    This episode features Timothy Ketterman, Vice President of Operations at Adaptive Medical Partners. Here, he discusses the challenges surrounding the current physician shortage, the issues smaller or lesser known health systems have with recruiting physicians, and more.

  272. Scott Becker Interviews Karen Golding Smith, Founder of Excitant Health

    This episode features Karen Smith, the Founder of Excitant Health. Here she discusses how she engages with patients, how patients can be the drivers of their own healthcare, and how that affects the healthcare system as a whole.

  273. Scott Becker Interviews Paul A. King, President and CEO of Stanford Children’s Health

    In this episode, Scott Becker interviews Paul A. King, President and CEO of Stanford Children s Health, who discusses the Stanford ecosystem and the environment of inherent innovation in Silicon Valley. King describes empowering the organization s leaders of tomorrow, and refers to the unrelenting pursuit of excellence in pediatric and obstetric care that motivates him and the Stanford Children s Health executive team every day.

  274. Scott Becker Interviews Andy Mychkovsky, Founder and Writer for Healthcare Pizza

    This episode features Andy Mychkovsky, a healthcare strategy consultant and advisor and the creator of HealthcarePizza.com. Here, he discusses what works and what doesn t work in the healthcare startup world, the challenge in managing hospice medical expenditures, and more.

  275. Scott Becker Interviews Jonathan Wiik, Principal of Healthcare Strategy at TransUnion

    This episode features Jonathan Wiik, Principal of Healthcare Strategy at TransUnion and the author of Healthcare Evolution: Getting Providers Paid in an Era of Uncertainty. Here he talks about his solution to fix the healthcare system, what he believes is going right in healthcare and more.

  276. Scott Becker Interviews Terry Bauer, CEO of Specialdocs Consultants

    This episode features Terry Bauer, CEO of Specialdocs Consultants. Here, he talks about how he first became interested in the potential of concierge medicine and the accessibility of it, how it can help with physician burnouts, shortages, and more.

  277. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. William Haseltine, President of ACCESS Health International

    This episode features Dr. William Haseltine the President of ACCESS Health International, a non-profit he created to focus on elder care. He talks about his work at Harvard as a Professor of Human Genome Sciences, different roles he s played, what excites him in medicine, how to keep your mind sharp and more.

  278. Scott Becker Interviews Krista Drobac, Partner at Sirona Strategies on the Intersection of Telehealth and Coronavirus

    In this special episode, Scott talks to Krista Drobac, a health policy and government relations professional and Partner at Sirona Strategies. Here, they discuss telehealth s relationship with the coronavirus outbreak, the future of healthcare in a possible state of emergency, and more.

  279. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. David Fabi, Orthopedic Surgeon in San Diego

    This episode features Dr. David Fabi. Dr. Fabi is an Orthopedic Surgeon in San Diego specializing in hip and knee replacement. Here he talks about his passion for what he does, the patient/provider relationship, the inpatient to outpatient transition, his purpose and goals, public speaking, advice for others, and more.

  280. Scott Becker Interviews Bill Hanlon, Co-Founder and Principal at Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC (H2C)

    This episode features Bill Hanlon, Principal and Co-Founder with Hammond Hanlon Camp LLC (H2C). Here, he discusses the direct investment space in healthcare, the misconceptions concerning the ease of these investments, and more.

  281. Scott Becker Interviews Erin Gadhavi, Senior Vice President of CareCredit Strategy & Initiatives at Synchrony

    This episode features Erin Gadhavi, the Senior Vice President of CareCredit Strategy & Initiatives at Synchrony. Here she talks about the goals of her company, how she approaches strategy, the importance of trends, advice for women leaders and more.

  282. Scott Becker Interviews Michael Sloan, Chief Human Resources Officer for CommonSpirit Health

    This episode features Miachel Sloan, Chief Human Resources Officer for the Central California Division of CommonSpirit Health. Here he discusses the integration of technology into the healthcare field as a new generation of employees enter the workforce, how to identify the new needs of those employees utilizing technology, and more.

  283. Scott Becker Interviews Kelley Knott, CEO of Intrepy Healthcare Marketing

    This episode features Kelley Knott, CEO and Co-Founder of Intrepy Healthcare Marketing. Here she discusses how she got her start in healthcare marketing, as well as her biggest advice for hospitals and physicians developing their own marketing strategies.

  284. Scott Becker Interviews Ryan Catignani, VP of Managed Care Contracting and Accountable Care Services at Beaumont Health

    This episode features Ryan Catignani, Vice President of Managed Care Contracting and Accountable Care Services at Beaumont Health. Here he talks about the direct employer contracting model, how employers respond to the key payers in each state, and more.

  285. Scott Becker Interviews Colin Carr, CEO of CARR

    This episode features Colin Carr, Founder and CEO of CARR, a commercial real estate firm that represents healthcare buyers. Here he discusses his background in real estate, the growing desire for healthcare practitioners to own real estate, and more. You can learn more and reach Colin at https://carr.us/.

  286. Scott Becker Interviews Michellene Davis, Executive Vice President & Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJBarnabas Health

    This episode features Michellene Davis. Michellene is the Executive Vice President & Chief Corporate Affairs Officer at RWJBarnabas Health in New Jersey. Here she talks about the services her organization provides and different projects they re working on, social determinants of health. She also discusses how organizations can help improve their communities, which then in turn will improve overall health.

  287. Scott Becker Interviews Claudia Williams, CEO of Manifest MedEx

    This episode features Claudia Williams, the CEO of Manifest MedEx and a former Senior Advisor of Health Innovation and Technology in the Obama White House. Here she discusses her passion for unlocking health data, how her not-for-profit information network fits in with other well-known technology giants, and her experience working for the Obama Administration.

  288. Scott Becker Interviews Carl Armato, President and CEO of Novant Health

    This episode features Carl Armato, President and CEO of Novant Health. Here Carl speaks about how Novant focusing on providing patients with what he calls the remarkable patient experience - keeping patients at the center of everything the health system does. Here he discusses the ways that artificial intelligence has been implemented in the healthcare field, and how the use of AI has led to big victories for patients. He also talks on the improvements made in data use, and how that has subsequently produced better patient outcomes. As the leader of Novant Health, Carl prioritizes two-way communication, and discusses the importance of leaders listening to employees and the community to understand the needs of those who allow your business to run day-to-day. Additionally, Carl shares the innovations and improvements he s looking forward to seeing in the U.S. healthcare system in the future, and how Novant health is helping improve affordability and access to care in this system.

  289. Scott Becker Interviews Sherri Douville, CEO of Medigram

    This episode features Sherri Douville, the CEO of Medigram. Here she discusses Medigram and her goals for the organization, technology in healthcare, what she s excited about in the field and more.

  290. Scott Becker Interviews Dr. Lea Lis, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at Mindful Kid

    This episode features Dr. Lea Lis, the Shameless Psychiatrist . She is a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist at Mindful Kid. Here she discucsses what made her want to go into psychology and work with kids, her work with sexuality and gender identity and more.

  291. Scott Becker Interviews John D'Amore, President and Chief Strategy Officer at Diameter Health

    This episode features John D Amore, the President and Chief Strategy Officer at Diameter Health.Here he discusses the current state of interoperability in healthcare and how he gained the momentum to start his own company.

  292. Scott Becker Interviews Marvin Somlo, Founding Investor at BIOLIFE4D

    This episode features Marvin Somlo, Founding Investor at BIOLIFE4D, a company that optimizes medical technology by using 3D bioprinting. Here he talks about the goals and benefits of bioprinting, the effects it could have on the healthcare field, and the work his company is putting in to begin printing hearts to be used in organ transplants.

  293. Scott Becker Interviews Monica Bryant , Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Triage Cancer

    This episode features Monica Bryant, the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Triage Cancer. Here she talks about the mission of her organization, becoming your own advocate, running a nonprofit and more.

  294. Scott Becker Interviews Aakash Shah, Orthopedic Surgeon at Kansas City Joint Replacement & Jeremy Elias, Founder and CEO of Track My Solutions

    This episode features Dr. Akash Shah and Jeremy Elias. Dr. Shah is an Orthopedic Surgeon at Kansas City Joint Replacement and Sports Medicine Center and Jeremy is the Founder and CEO of Track My Solutions. Here they talk about their careers, goals in healthcare, advice for others, and more.

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