• Next-Generation Health Plan Member Engagement

    In this episode we talk with Heather Lavoie, President and CEO of Geneia. Heather discusses what next-generation health plan member engagement looks like in practice. She also highlights the influence next-generation member engagement has on patients and what trends are driving health plans to invest in it.This episode is sponsored by Geneia. 
  • Breaking the Stigma to Support Clinician Well-Being: Dr. Peter Kah and Dr. John Matheson of TeamHealth

    September is Suicide Prevention Month, so it’s more important than ever to focus on clinician well-being as clinical leaders across the country report staggering numbers of burnout within their facilities. Hear from Dr. Peter Kah and Dr. John Matheson of TeamHealth as they discuss breaking the stigma to encourage and support clinician well-being.This episode is sponsored by TeamHealth.
  • The Evolution of In-Home Care: How to Leverage Supplemental Benefits Offerings

    In this episode, we are joined by Ashish V. Shah, CEO & Co-founder of Dina, Mary Naylor, Marian S. Ware Professor in Gerontology & Director of the NewCourtland Center for Transitions and Health at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and Alexandra Drane, CEO & Co-founder of ArchAngel.They discuss the growth in Medicare Advantage, what MA plans can do now to support people as they receive care at home, and how that differs from fee-for-service, with Supplemental Benefits as the perfect example.This podcast is sponsored by Dina.
  • The Importance of BEING KIND

    In this episode, we are joined by Tim Banta, President of Progressive Management System, Juan Vargas, Vice President of Business Development and Patricia Quezada, Director of Revenue Cycle as they discuss the importance of being kind. They dive into how successful patient collections depend on a KIND approach, the long-term public positive sentiment for the organization and employee involvement and buy-in required KIND approach to staff.This episode is sponsored by Progressive Management Systems.
  • How SMS Marketing Can Help Your Healthcare Practice

    In this episode, we are joined by Bryan Oram, AVP of Strategic Healthcare at Podium, as he discusses where a healthcare practice should start first when implementing texting, what critical actions should be moved to texting, how texting can help providers get more reviews, and how texting can play by HIPAA rules.This episode is sponsored by Podium.
  • Why Telehealth Security Matters for Patient Satisfaction with Peter McCarthy, VP at Pexip Health

    In this episode we're joined by Peter McCarthy, Vice President at Pexip Health, to discuss telehealth security and how it can impact overall patient satisfaction and engagement. Peter reviews a few top challenges, the influence of good telehealth security, and why digital trust is key to maintaining strong patient relationships.This episode is sponsored by Pexip.
  • Beyond One Dimensional Change: Assessment Insights from an RCM Expert

    The only constant in healthcare is change, and it isn’t always easy – but it can be. In this episode, Judson Ivy, Founder and CEO of Ensemble Health Partners, breaks down the importance of embracing new opportunities. He gives insight into how to explore new partnerships that extend beyond validation of what you’re doing well and leave you with the tools you need to close the gap, not simply restate the problems you already know about.This episode is sponsored by Ensemble Health Partners.
  • Health in Place: Putting the Patient First in Care Delivery

    In this episode, we are joined by Imamu Tomlinson, MD, Chief Executive Officer at Vituity, as he discusses how the current healthcare delivery model leaves patients behind. Dr. Tomlinson dives into the shifts needed within the healthcare delivery infrastructure, how healthcare leaders can engage care teams to further a patient-centric transformation, and what the rewards are from this model.This episode is sponsored by Vituity.
  • The Growing Shortage of Anesthesia Providers and How You Can Best Assure Adequate Coverage

    In this episode, we are joined by executive leaders of North American Partners in Anesthesia (NAPA), Dr. John F. Di Capua, Chief Executive Officer, and Dr. Rafael Cartagena, Chief Operating Officer. They discuss the different trends affecting physician supply and demand, how the company meets both clinicians’ and clients’ needs, and what anesthesia companies can do to ensure consistent service delivery. This episode is sponsored by North American Partners in Anesthesia.
  • Mitigating Risk with Dependable Revenue from Value-based Arrangements with Dr. Joe Nicholson at CareAllies

    In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Joe Nicholson, III, DO, Chief Medical Officer at CareAllies. He discusses why we need to fundamentally change the way we reimburse for care delivery and how the pandemic drove innovation. Dr. Joe highlights the need to evolve into a value-based model and how organizations can move through the value-based continuum.  This podcast is sponsored by CareAllies
  • Scott Becker Shares Great Advice for Emerging Leaders from Wendy Horton, CEO at University of Virginia Medical Center

    In this episode, Scott Becker shares great advice for emerging leaders from Wendy Horton, CEO at University of Virgina Medical Center
  • Scott Becker Provides a COVID-19 Update 9-20-21

    In this episode Scott Becker shares the lasted news and stats on the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Armando Llechu, Chief Officer of Hospital Operations and Women & Children’s Services at Lee Health

    This episode features Armando Llechu, Chief Officer of Hospital Operations and Women & Children’s Services at Lee Health. Here, he discusses the importance of mentoring, the importance of hiring people who are smarter or more talented than yourself, and more.
  • Terry Myerson, CEO of Truveta

    This episode features Terry Myerson, CEO of Truveta. Here, he discusses his career journey, Truveta’s vision of saving lives with data, truth plus knowledge, and more.
  • Trevor Castaneda, CEO at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center Frisco

    This episode features Trevor Castaneda, CEO at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center Frisco. Here, he discusses his career journey,pride in his hospital, and more.
  • Divya Matai, CFO at Northwest Texas Healthcare System

    This episode features Divya Matai, CFO at Northwest Texas Healthcare System. Here, she discusses what attracted her to Northwest Texas Healthcare System, how her role as CFO has evolved, and a lot more.
  • Bart Walker, Partner at McGuireWoods

    This episode features Bart Walker, Partner at McGuireWoods. Here, he discusses the trends he is seeing in healthcare, health system partnerships, and more.
  • Bill Russell, Founder of This Week in IT and President & Founder of Health Lyrics

    This episode features Bill Russell, Founder of This Week in IT and President & Founder of Health Lyrics. Here, he discusses his podcast, his former career as a CEO & CIO, the megatrends happening in healthcare, and more.
  • Jason Joseph, Senior Vice President and Chief Digital & Information Officer at Spectrum Health

    This episode features Jason Joseph, Senior Vice President and Chief Digital & Information Officer at Spectrum Health. Here, he discusses looking at competition as a way to better yourself, making digital healthcare simple, and more.
  • Holly Buckley, Chair of Healthcare at McGuireWoods

    This episode features Holly Buckley, Chair of Healthcare at McGuireWoods. Here, shediscusses the private equity investing trends that she is watching in healthcare.

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