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  1. Application Inventory and Planning

    In this episode, MediQuant s Chief Clinical Officer, Kel Pults, and Jason Theunissen, MediQuant s Clinical Strategic Consultant, share their insight to the foundational and fundamental work that fuels application inventory and planning. In addition, they share advice on how to better leverage Enterprise Data Strategy to manage the IT environment in 2021.

    This episode is sponsored by Mediquant (https://www.mediquant.com/?utm_source=Beckers&utm_medium=podcast&utm_campaign=Beckers_Podcast_DDR).

  2. Lori Jones, Chief Revenue Officer at Olive

    This episode features Lori Jones, the Chief Revenue Officer at Olive. Lori shares with us her insights as a female executive in a male-dominated profession along with one key lesson in team building and more.
    This episode is sponsored by Olive (https://oliveai.com/?utm_campaign=CPC_May20_PP&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=olive%20healthcare&gclid=Cj0KCQiAqdP9BRDVARIsAGSZ8AkB4sAdS4yeDbOkCpjY9SxAvxqz0kTQW0icG1q18RC8434uT9qSLsAaAv-aEALw_wcB).

  3. Jeffrey Dunn, President, CEO & Chairman, SI-BONE, Inc.

    In this podcast, we hear from Jeffrey Dunn the President, CEO & Chairman of SI-BONE, Inc. Here he discusses how surgeons are moving to have more SI fusion procedures in ASCs, what happened when covid hit in mid-march and how things are going now. This episode is sponsored by SI-BONE (https://si-bone.com/).

  4. Masimo's Rick Gannotta on Preventable Occurrences and Improving Patient Care

    This episode features Rick Gannotta, Chief Healthcare Administrative Officer for Masimo. Here he discusses pressure injuries and how technology can be leveraged to improve other preventable occurrences.
    This episode is sponsored by Masimo (https://www.masimo.com/).

  5. It's time to focus on outcomes: COO Zahoor Elahi discusses why machine learning is necessary to value-based care

    Machine intelligence is already changing the ways health systems deliver care, measure outcomes, and enter into value-based arrangements. The onset of COVID-19 has only further highlighted the importance of this technology. This episode features Zahoor Elahi, COO of HEALTH[at]SCALE, as he shares how machine learning can be applied to patient navigation, elective surgery prioritization, and other care decisions to help health systems optimize accountable care.
    This episode is sponsored by HEALTH[at]SCALE (https://www.healthatscale.com/).

  6. code Talks: Simplifying telehealth with a seamless electronic health record integration with Cerner

    In this special three-part series, code Talks, we feature stories from innovators who have worked with Cerner s open platforms. In this episode, we hear from Cory Costley, senior vice president of devices at Amwell, a leading telehealth platform. Tune in to hear Corey discuss the rapid growth of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic and opportunities for innovation. In addition, how the Cerner code program helps break down barriers to health IT adoption
    This episode is sponsored by Cerner (https://www.cerner.com/).

  7. At The Intersection of Interoperability and Care Coordination

    While there is still work to be done, the impact that interoperability has had on care coordination is undeniable. Jitin Asnaani, former Executive Director at CommonWell Health Alliance and now Head of Partnerships at PatientPing, will discuss the interoperability landscape and the progress that has been made to impact patient care.
    This podcast is sponsored by PatientPing (https://patientping.com/).

  8. Henry Charlton, SVP & GM of Intuitive’s US and Europe Business

    Tune in to hear Henry Charlton, SVP & GM of Intuitive s US and Europe business, discuss the company s financial, educational, and operational programs that are supporting customers evolving needs during the pandemic, and how these programs map to the long-term vision and ongoing support for customers. He will also describe how two Cleveland hospitals Hackensack and University hospitals built and scaled their robotics programs.
    This episode is sponsored by Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us/healthcare-professionals/hospitals/executive-education?utm_source=pdcst&utm_medium=beckers-web-pltfrm&utm_campaign=q4-20-intrvw&utm_term=matt-scott). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  9. code Talks: Developing a high-quality health care app through Cerner’s efficient, detailed validation process

    In this special three-part series, code Talks, we feature stories from innovators who have worked with Cerner s open platforms. In this episode, we hear from Aaron Sheedy, chief operating officer and co-founder of Xealth. Aaron discusses how the Cerner code validation and certification process helped drive quality, safety, security and usability for the Xealth app.
    This episode is sponsored by Cerner (https://www.cerner.com/).

  10. code Talks: Leveraging Interoperability and Cerner Open Platforms for Better Care

    In this special three-part series, code Talks, we feature stories from innovators who have worked with Cerner s open platforms. In this episode, we hear from Shez Partovi, M.D., worldwide lead of business development for health care, life sciences, genomics and medical devices at Amazon Web Services (AWS) on how open standards and seamless data exchange create opportunities for more personalized health care.
    This episode is sponsored by Cerner (https://www.cerner.com/).

  11. Adopting Digital Payments within your Dental/DSO with Mike Peluso, Chief Technology Officer of Rectangle Health and Mark Lakis, Chief Executive Officer of Southern Dental Alliance

    Recently, Becker's Hospital Review hosted a webinar sponsored by Rectangle Health, covering The effect of consumerism on healthcare payments. Industry leaders discussed technology-based strategies for dental practices to establish more engaging and effective payment collection systems. On today s podcast, our special guests move the conversation forward from the perspective of a Dental Service Organization that might consider how new healthcare technology solutions can support practices, especially during current market conditions. Please welcome our panelists Mike Peluso, Chief Technology Officer of Rectangle Health and Mark Lakis, Chief Executive Officer of Southern Dental Alliance as they talk about, Adopting Digital Payments within your Dental/DSO.
    This podcast is sponsored by Rectangle Health (http://www.rectanglehealth.com).

  12. Dr. Jay Pruzansky, VP of Development with Merritt Healthcare Advisors

    In this podcast episode, Dr. Jay Pruzansky, VP of Development with Merritt Healthcare Advisors, will discuss the merits of ASC and Practice transactions with Strategic vs. Private Equity entities.
    This episode is sponsored by Merritt Healthcare Advisors (https://merrittadvisory.com/).

  13. Dr. Myriam Curet, Executive Vice President & Chief Medical Officer at Intuitive

    Dr. Myriam Curet, Executive Vice President & Chief Medical Officer at Intuitive, will share a unique perspective drawing from her experiences as a surgeon and an educator. She ll talk about the application of real-world evidence as one key tool in assessing outcomes, and the current landscape of surgeon and care team education. Training technology - simulation, mixed reality, telepresence, and machine learning and AI performance analysis coupled with peer-to-peer education are two areas where Intuitive s investment is having an impact on surgeons and care teams as they hone and develop their skills.
    This episode is sponsored by Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us/healthcare-professionals/hospitals/executive-education?utm_source=pdcst&utm_medium=beckers-web-pltfrm&utm_campaign=q4-20-intrvw&utm_term=matt-scott). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  14. Transforming the healthcare journey through more secure and connected patient experiences with Dr. David Rhew, Microsoft’s Chief Medical Officer and VP of Healthcare Worldwide Commercial Business

    The world has dramatically changed in the past year. Covid-19 has taken a severe toll on the nation's healthcare system. The rapid spread of the virus has accelerated the need for digital transformation in order to keep patients safe, get them back in for elective surgeries, and drive down mounting costs.
    Microsoft is helping organizations set a course for recovery and resiliency in an ever-changing healthcare environment. Join Dr. David Rhew, Microsoft s Chief Medical Officer and VP of Healthcare Worldwide Commercial Business as he discusses how Microsoft is working to:
    Respond to the COVID-19 Crisis
    Transform the healthcare journey through more secure and connected patient experiences to achieve better outcomes across healthcare.
    Improve patient experiences, orchestrate integrated operations across clinical and administrative staff, and gather new levels of insight to improve operational outcomes
    This podcast is sponsored by Microsoft (https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/industry/health/microsoft-cloud-for-healthcare).

  15. Carilion Clinic CFO Don Halliwill on Revamping the Patient Financial Experience

    In this podcast, Don Halliwill speaks with Will Reilly, VisitPay s vice president of client and consumer marketing, about the hardships the system is facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic, how the pandemic altered Carilion's revenue cycle team strategy, the changing trends in patient financial responsibility and the success of its partnership with VisitPay.
    This episode is sponsored by VisitPay (https://www.visitpay.com/).

  16. Coexisting with COVID: Lessons Learned to Fortify your Supply Chain

    David Hargraves, the senior vice president of supply chain at Premier, joins us to discuss surprising elements of COVID's impact, some barriers the pandemic has broken down, and much more!
    This episode is sponsored by Premier (http://premierinc.com/).

  17. State of the industry: Recovering from the financial impact of COVID-19

    In this podcast episode, Keith Gruebele President of Business Development at BHG Patient Lending will discuss the financial impact of COVID-19 on hospitals and healthcare facilities, and how they can recover while improving the patient experience.
    This episode is sponsored by BHG Patient Lending (https://bhgpatientlending.com/).

  18. Matt Carroll, Senior Director of Market Access & Custom Analytics at Intuitive, maker of the da Vinci surgical system and Ion endoluminal system

    This episode features Matt Carroll Senior Director of Market Access & Custom Analytics at Intuitive, maker of the da Vinci surgical system and Ion endoluminal system. Here, he discusses his time as a Marine, the role of the MACA (Market Access & Custom Analytics) team at Intuitive, plus how and where data consulting capabilities will play a role in the future of minimally invasive care.
    This episode is sponsored by Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us/healthcare-professionals/hospitals/executive-education?utm_source=pdcst&utm_medium=beckers-web-pltfrm&utm_campaign=q4-20-intrvw&utm_term=matt-scott). Intuitive is a global technology leader in minimally invasive care and a pioneer of robotic-assisted surgery.

  19. Accelerate Intelligent Patient and Provider Engagement

    Health systems now compete on experience, ease of access, convenience, and transparency. In this podcast, hear a passionate discussion around gaining a competitive advantage and accelerating intelligent engagement in today s highly competitive consumer-driven landscape. Intelligent engagement means pinpointing the right growth opportunities, predicting consumer healthcare needs, and knowing how best to engage throughout the healthcare journey with hyper-personalized, targeted strategies that lead to measurable financial and clinical outcomes.

    This discussion will focus on how to:
    Develop a consumerism mindset to keep up with expectations.
    Guide hyper-targeted, personalize and intelligent engagement.
    Unify and connect technologies to centralize and automate the orchestration of the customer experience.
    Create the right systems of engagement to reduce overhead costs, improve care coordination, and make care more accessible.
    This episode is sponsored by Healthgrades (http://www.healthgrades.com/).

  20. Masimo's Mike Becker on the Benefits of Wireless Patient Monitoring

    In this episode, we talk with Michael Becker, Chief Nursing Executive and Vice President of Nursing for Masimo. Here he shares some of the many benefits of wireless patient monitoring, including the support of infection control, improved clinical workflows, reduced alarm fatigue and more.
    This episode is sponsored by Masimo (https://www.masimo.com/).

  21. Finding a remedy for the financial complexity crippling healthcare

    This episode features Malinka Walaliyadde, Cofounder and CEO at Alpha Health. Here he discusses Alpha Health, what they're doing, some of the problems they are seeing with the revenue cycle, and more.
    This episode is sponsored by Alpha Health (https://alphahealth.com/).

  22. Clinical Onboarding and Credentialing with Mike Luessi of ServiceNow

    In this episode we are joined by Mike Luessi, AVP and GM of Healthcare & Lifesciences at ServiceNow. He shares key insights on the pain points of clinician onboarding and credentialing and what hospitals can do to streamline and improve these processes.
    This podcast is sponsored by ServiceNow (https://www.servicenow.com/solutions/industry/healthcare.html).

  23. EHRs in 2020 and Beyond with Bonnie McGuire of Allscripts - Part 2

    This episode features Bonnie McGuire, Senior Solutions Manager for Allscripts - part two of a two-part podcast series. Here she discusses EHRs in today's world and what the next evolution of the EHR may look like.Click here (https://blubrry.com/beckershealthcarepodcast/68882473/the-evolution-of-the-ehr-with-bonnie-mcguire-of-allscripts-par).to listen to part 1 of the podcast series.
    This episode is sponsored by Allscripts (https://www.allscripts.com/).

  24. NYU Langone Health's Nader Mherabi on Healthcare Innovation Amid COVID-19 and Beyond

    This episode features Nader Mherabi, Chief Digital & Information Officer and Senior Vice President at NYU Langone Health. Here he discusses what his team has learned during the COVID-19 crisis and the future of healthcare delivery.
    This episode is sponsored by Hyland (https://www.hyland.com/en/healthcare).

  25. The Evolution of the EHR with Bonnie McGuire of Allscripts - Part 1

    This episode features Bonnie McGuire, Senior Solutions Manager for Allscripts - part one of a two-part podcast series. Here she discusses the evolution of the EHR and how EHR technology has changed over the last 10 to 15 years.
    Click here (https://blubrry.com/beckershealthcarepodcast/70416698/ehrs-in-2020-and-beyond-with-bonnie-mcguire-of-allscripts-part-2/).to listen to part 2 of the podcast series.
    This episode is sponsored by Allscripts (https://www.allscripts.com/).

  26. Gerard Criner, MD, FACP, Chair and Professor, Thoracic Medicine and Surgery, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University

    This episode features Gerard Criner, MD, FACP, Chair and Professor, Thoracic Medicine and Surgery, Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. Here he discusses Temple Health's approach to the COVID-19 pandemic, addressing patient hesitancy, and their strategy to advancing lung cancer patient care with Ion and da Vinci platforms.
    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.

  27. Dr. Cynthia Horner, Medical Director at Amwell, on Clinical Quality in Telehealth

    In this episode we are joined by Dr. Cynthia Horner, Medical Director at Amwell. She shares insights on how telehealth has changed during the pandemic, ways to maintain quality during telehealth visits, and more.
    This episode is sponsored by Amwell (https://business.amwell.com/).

  28. Revolutionize Training with a Single Platform for Information and Ongoing Enablement

    Listen as Kim Mobley, IS Training Manager at Children s Hospital of Philadelphia, shares the common health IT training challenges her organization has overcome by transitioning from a traditional to digital training approach by using an enterprise-wide digital learning platform.
    This episode is sponsored by ANCILE (https://www.ancile.com/).

  29. Patient Respiratory and Ventilation Monitoring with Michael Becker of Masimo

    In this episode, we talk with Michael Becker, Chief Nursing Executive and Vice President of Nursing for Masimo. Mike shares some key insights about the value of respiratory rate and how COVID-19 has impacted patient respiratory and ventilation monitoring.
    This episode is sponsored by Masimo (https://www.masimo.com/).

  30. Howard Bright, Vice President of Patient Engagement on Leveraging Price Transparency to Foster Financial Health for Patients and Providers.

    The Price Transparency rule is the new reality. Hospitals have less than 100 days to comply and are looking for resources to correctly meet requirements. Patients are demanding clarity on prices for healthcare services and the increased visibility that can drive competition and lower costs.
    While the regulation is an essential starting point, providers should move beyond the designated rules to create patient access solutions that solve for patient pain points and open the door to patient engagement opportunities and preservice payment options in conjunction with the required publishing of costs. Providers can meet the government requirements through an online consumer price shopping tool which can also serve as a useful outreach tool for attracting new patients.
    Fostering an environment of clarity, responsibility, and enablement can move the opaque healthcare financial environment to one of transparency and trust, and a pre-service financial experience contributes to improvements in financial health for patients and providers.
    This episode is sponsored by RevSpring (http://www.revspringinc.com).

  31. Blake Marggraff, CEO of CareSignal – Deviceless Remote Patient Monitoring

    Scott Becker interviews Blake Marggraff, CEO of CareSignal. Here they discuss how to bring remote patient monitoring to more patients, aligning with providers & payers by going at-risk on pricing, and applying AI to solve the fundamental challenge of engagement in healthcare.
    Sponsored by CareSignal (https://try.caresignal.health ).

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  43. 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.

  44. 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.

  45. 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.

  46. 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.

  47. Jason Keeler, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of University of Chicago Medicine

    This episode features Jason Keeler, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of University of Chicago Medicine. Here, he discusses the preparations they ve taken to treat both COVID-positive and non COVID patients, his career journey, and more.
    Thank you to our sponsor, Coverys (https://coverys.com/focus). Copyrighted. Insurance products issued by Medical Professional Mutual Insurance Company and its subsidiaries. Boston, MA. In CA, transacting business as Coverys Insurance Company (CA# 6122-6).

  48. Sheri Prentiss, President & CEO of S. Phillips Consulting and a Leading National Expert on Physician Burnout

    This episode features Sheri Prentiss, President & CEO of S. Phillips Consulting and a leading national expert on physician burnout. Here, she discusses her work with lymphedema prevention, how she got into professional speaking, and more.

  49. Doug Watson, Chief Financial Officer of Dignity Health

    This episode features Doug Watson, Chief Financial Officer of Dignity Health. Here, he discusses what he s seeing with COVID-19 surges in his area, how quickly he thinks the vaccine will actually be distributed, and more.

  50. Scott Boston, President and CEO of Passavant Area Hospital

    This episode features Scott Boston, President and CEO of Passavant Area Hospital. Here he discusses growing up on a farm, points of pride in his hospital, advice for other leaders, and more.

  51. Chris Thomas, President and CEO of Community Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado

    This episode features Chris Thomas, President and CEO of Community Hospital in Grand Junction, Colorado. Here, he discusses what he s seeing with COVID-19 surges in his area, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  52. Matthew Sullivan, Associate Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Atrium Health

    This episode features Dr. Matthew Sullivan, Associate Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Atrium Health. Here, he discusses how he bridges the gap between physicians and the CMIO, what s been surprising in his role, and more.

  53. Rachelle Schultz, CEO of Winona Health

    This episode features Rachelle Schultz, CEO of Winona Health. Here, she discusses her experience serving as CEO for almost 20 years, her best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  54. Terry Akin, CEO at Cone Health

    This episode features Terry Akin, CEO at Cone Health. Here, he discusses what he s seeing in his region with COVID-19, the recent merger with Sentara Healthcare, and more.

  55. Michael Coyle, CEO of Veterans Memorial Hospital

    This episode features Michael Coyle, CEO of Veterans Memorial Hospital. Here, he discusses what he s seeing with COVID-19 in his area of Northeast Iowa, how the vaccine may change the pandemic, and more.

  56. Dane Peterson, President and Chief Operating Officer at Emory Healthcare

    This episode features Dane Peterson, President and Chief Operating Officer at Emory Healthcare. Here, he discusses the issue of burnout with the new surges of COVID-19, how Emory promotes resilience, and more.

  57. Grant McGaugh, Founder of Five Star BDM

    This episode features Grant McGaugh, Founder of Five Star BDM. Here, he discusses trends he s seeing in healthcare IT, the black health equity group he s working with, and more.

  58. Harry Weis, President and CEO of Tahoe Forest Health System

    This episode features Harry Weis, President and CEO of Tahoe Forest Health System. Here, he discusses his points of pride in the system, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  59. David Entwistle, President and CEO of Stanford Health Care

    This episode features David Entwistle, President and CEO of Stanford Health Care. Here, he discusses his key points of pride in the system, his best advice for other leaders, and more.

  60. Larry Moss, President and CEO of Nemours Children’s Health System

    This episode features Dr. Larry Moss, President and CEO of Nemours Children s Health System. Here, he discusses his career journey from surgeon to administrator, how obesity fits into the social determinants of health, and more.

  61. Jeff Gusky, ER Doctor, Speaker, and National Geographic Photographer

    This episode features Dr. Jeff Gusky, ER Doctor, Speaker, and National Geographic Photographer. Here, he discusses the COVID-19 situation in America, how the pandemic spreads, and more.

  62. Sean O’Grady, Chief Operating Officer at NorthShore University HealthSystem

    This episode features Sean O Grady, Chief Operating Officer at NorthShore University HealthSystem. Here, he discusses the encouraging news about vaccine availability and efficacy, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.

  63. Madeline Bell, President and CEO of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

    This episode features Madeline Bell, President and CEO of Children s Hospital of Philadelphia. Here, she discusses her leadership journey, her points of pride in the hospital, and more.

  64. Denzil Ross, Chief Operating Officer and Lead Administrator at Lovelace Health System and Heart Hospital New Mexico

    This episode features Denzil Ross, Chief Operating Officer and Lead Administrator at Lovelace Health System and Heart Hospital New Mexico. Here, he discusses his philanthropic endeavors with Make-A-Wish and other community charities, his best advice for other leaders, and more.
    Thank you to our sponsor, Coverys (https://coverys.com/focus). Copyrighted. Insurance products issued by Medical Professional Mutual Insurance Company and its subsidiaries. Boston, MA. In CA, transacting business as Coverys Insurance Company (CA# 6122-6).

  65. Curtis Gingrich, Chief Operating Officer of OhioHealth Marion General Hospital

    This episode features Curtis Gingrich, Chief Operating Officer of OhioHealth Marion General Hospital. Here, he discusses the challenges he faces in his rural community, what he s currently seeing with COVID-19 in the area, and more.

  66. Celina Holson, Vice President of Operations at Riverside Community Hospital

    This episode features Celina Holson, Vice President of Operations at Riverside Community Hospital. Here, she discusses her points of pride in the hospital, her career journey, and more

  67. Kenneth Jones, President of AMITA Health Saint Francis Hospital Evanston

    This episode features Kenneth Jones, President of AMITA Health Saint Francis Hospital Evanston. Here, he discusses the importance of consistency as a leader, how the recent COVID-19 surge has affected the community in his area, and more.

  68. Joe Minissale, President of Methodist McKinney Hospital

    This episode features Joe Minissale, President of Methodist McKinney Hospital. Here, he discusses the different types of systems he s worked for in his career, his best advice for other leaders, and more.
    Thank you to our sponsor, Coverys (https://coverys.com/focus). Copyrighted. Insurance products issued by Medical Professional Mutual Insurance Company and its subsidiaries. Boston, MA. In CA, transacting business as Coverys Insurance Company (CA# 6122-6).

  69. Gerold Bepler, President and CEO of the Karmanos Cancer Institute

    This episode features Gerold Bepler, President and CEO of the Karmanos Cancer Institute. Here, he discusses the current advances being made in cancer treatment, how the pandemic has upset normal screening procedures, and more.

  70. Sam Romeo, Founder and Partner at Tower Health & Wellness Center

    This episode features Sam Romeo, Founder and Partner at Tower Health & Wellness Center. Here, he discusses his career journey, his advice for a long and happy career and life, and more.

  71. Thomas Whelan, CEO of Cibola General Hospital

    This episode features Thomas Whelan, CEO of Cibola General Hospital. Here, he discusses the challenges of working in rural healthcare, their work to close the gap in the social determinants of health, and more.

  72. David Williams, Chief Clinical Officer of UnityPoint Health

    This episode features David Williams, Chief Clinical Officer of UnityPoint Health. Here, he discusses what he s seeing with COVID-19 in Iowa, the issue of healthcare worker burnout amid the pandemic, and more.

  73. Doug Lawson, Senior Vice President of Divisional Operations at Catholic Health Initiatives & CEO of CHI St. Luke's Health

    This episode features Doug Lawson, Senior Vice President of Divisional Operations at Catholic Health Initiatives & CEO of CHI St. Luke's Health. Here, he discusses his top priorities in the coming months, the COVID-19 situation in his area, and more.

  74. Doug Lawson, Senior Vice President of Divisional Operations at Catholic Health Initiatives & CEO of CHI St. Luke's Health

    This episode features Doug Lawson, Senior Vice President of Divisional Operations at Catholic Health Initiatives & CEO of CHI St. Luke's Health. Here, he discusses his top priorities in the coming months, the COVID-19 situation in his area, and more.

  75. Kim Keene, CEO of St. Bernard Parish Hospital at Ochsner Health System

    This episode features Kim Keene, CEO of St. Bernard Parish Hospital at Ochsner Health System. Here, she discusses her best advice for other leaders, the impact the recent hurricanes have had on their operations, and more.

  76. John Herman, CEO of the Northshore Region at Ochsner Health System

    This episode features John Herman, CEO of the Northshore Region at Ochsner Health System. Here, he discusses his best advice for other leaders, his top priorities in the coming months, and more.

  77. Will Jackson, President and CEO of Erlanger Health System

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  78. Traci Anderson, President of MedStar VNA

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  79. Becky Kuhn, Chief Operating Officer at Banner Health

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  80. Zeev Neuwirth, Chief of Clinical Transformation at Atrium Health

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  81. David Schull, President of Russo Partners

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  82. Patrick Mutch, President and CEO of Chase Brexton Healthcare

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  83. Michele Meyer, CEO of Washington County Memorial Hospital and VP of Operations at Mercy Hospital Jefferson

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  84. Judson Ivy, CEO of Ensemble Health Partners

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  85. Sameer Badlani, CIO of Fairview Health Services

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  86. Susan Mani, Chief Population Health Officer for LifeBridge Health

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  87. Todd Forkel, CEO at Avera St. Luke’s and Avera St. Mary’s

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  88. Melanie Sponholz, Chief Compliance Officer WCP Healthcare at Waud Healthcare Partners

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  89. John Phillips, President of Methodist Health Dallas

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  90. Leelee Thames, Chief Value Officer at New Hanover Regional Medical Center

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  91. Jeff Ciaramita, President of Mercy Clinic St. Louis

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  92. Paul Viviano, President and CEO of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles

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  93. John Sampson, President of Private Diagnostic Clinic, the Physician Practice of Duke Health

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  94. Mark Sevco, President of UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh

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  95. Pamela Oliver, Executive Vice President at Novant Health and President of Novant Physician Network

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  96. Pamela Dunley, President and CEO of Elmhurst Memorial Hospital

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  97. Ernesto Gutierrez, Owner of Stem Cell Healthcare, Podcast Host of Highway to Health, General Medicine Physician, and Business Consultant

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  98. Chuck Lucore, President at St Francis Hospital, The Heart Center

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  99. Nathan Tudor, CEO of MidCoast Health System

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  100. Alexa Kimball, President and CEO of Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Inc.

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  101. Robert Steele, Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer at Children’s Mercy Kansas City

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  102. Healthcare malpractices claims - What to know about trends, patient safety and the future

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  103. Alexandra Morehouse, Chief Marketing Officer at Banner Health

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  104. Ken Berkovitz, Senior Vice President and Ministry Market Executive at Ascension

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  105. Laurie Glimcher, President & CEO of the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

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  106. Scott Becker on Digital Acceleration and Innovation - 8 Thoughts

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  107. Rod Neill, Chief Operating Officer at Mercy Health Physicians

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  108. Michael Patterson, President and CEO of Mississippi Valley Health

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  109. Bud Barrow, President and CEO of Beauregard Memorial Hospital

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  110. Steve Goeser, President and CEO of Nebraska Methodist Health System

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  111. Hank Capps, Chief Digital Health and Engagement Officer at Novant Health

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  112. Amanda Maggard, President and CEO of AdventHealth Zephyr Hills and AdventHealth Dade City

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  113. Lynn Fulton, President of OSF St. Joseph Medical Center Bloomington

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  114. Pat Basu, CEO of Cancer Treatment Centers of America

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  115. Vicki Briggs, CEO of UT Health Tyler at Ardent Health Services

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  116. Gary Allore, President at Mercy Health Muskegon

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  117. Josh Free, Chief Pharmacy Officer at Salem Health

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  118. Vicki Lewis, CEO of Coffee Regional Medical Center

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  119. Steve Purves, President & CEO of Valleywise Health

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  120. Lee Milligan, Senior VP & Chief Information Officer at Asante

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  121. Patricia McClure-Chessier, Hospital CEO, Signature Healthcare Services and Author

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  122. Christine Vanzandbergen, Vice President of Applications at Penn Medicine

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  123. Denise Pines and Fard Johnmar, Co-founders of the FemAging Project

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  124. Susan Turney, CEO of Marshfield Clinic Health System

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  125. Jacob Bast, Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer for St. Elizabeth Physicians

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  126. William Hidlay, Senior Vice President & Chief Communications Marketing Officer at University of Chicago Medicine

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  127. Imamu Tomlinson, CEO of Vituity

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  128. Larry Morrissey, Former Mayor of Rockford, Illinois and Vice President of Government Affairs and Sales for Marathon Health

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  129. Leslie Marsh, CEO of Lexington Regional Health Center

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  130. Scott Becker on Priorities for Healthcare Leaders and Key Trends in Healthcare

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  131. Ruben Mesa, Executive Director at the Mays Cancer Center, Home to UT Health San Antonio MD Anderson

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  132. Ben Patel, CIO of Cone Health

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  133. Jake Reder, Founder and CEO of Celdara Medical

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  134. Vasiliki Zotou, a Project Manager at City of Hope Orange County

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  135. Beth Walker, CEO of Ochsner Baptist at Ochsner Health System #2

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  136. Michelle Fortune, CEO of St. Luke’s Hospital, a Part of Atrium Health

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  137. Laurie McGraw, Senior Vice President of Health Solutions at the American Medical Association #2

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  138. Kathy Bailey, President & CEO of Blue Ridge HealthCare

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  139. Kensaku Kawamoto, Associate Chief Medical Information Officer at the University of Utah

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  140. 10 minutes from the top with Dr. Paul MacKoul and Dr. Natalya Danilyants, Tower Surgical Partners

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  141. Chet Bhasin, Chief Strategy Officer at Shepherd Center

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  142. Sherri Liebl, Executive Director of Revenue Cycle at CentraCare Health

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  143. Mike Alkire, President at Premier Inc. and Host of the Popular Inside Out Podcast

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  144. Terri Dallas-Prunskis, Co-Founder at The Regenerative Stem Cell Institute & Co-Founder of the Illinois Pain Institute

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  145. Susan Dentzer, Senior Policy Fellow at Duke University - Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy

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  146. Chris Stenzel, Vice President of Business Development and Innovation at Kaiser Permanente

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  147. Steve Ambrose, President of Walk the Ridge

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  148. Rosemary Plorin, President & CEO at Lovell Communications

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  149. Anthony Sorkin, Executive Medical Director of Population Health at Indiana University Health

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  150. Joseph Scalea, CMO and Co-Founder of MissionGO, Inc and MediGO, Inc

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  151. Dan Ostlie, Surgeon in Chief, and Vinay Vaidya, Senior Vice President and CMIO at Phoenix Children’s Hospital

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  152. Laurie McGraw, Senior Vice President of Health Solutions at the American Medical Association

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  153. Howard Kern, President and CEO of Sentara Healthcare

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  154. Jeri Schulz, Registered Nurse and Founder and CEO of Tulip Tree CBD

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

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  156. Tony Tatooles and Asif Mustafa, Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgeons at Cardiothoracic and Vascular Surgery Associates

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  157. David Silverman, Vice President of Pharmacy of Prime Healthcare

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  158. Pradeep Kadambi, Senior Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs at the University of Florida College of Medicine Jacksonville & President and CEO of University of Florida Jacksonville Physicians

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  159. Alistair Erskine, Chief Digital Health Officer at Mass General Brigham

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  160. Katie Keith, Health Law Professor at Georgetown University

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  161. Sunil Pullukat, CEO and Founder of Elite Sports Therapy & Wellness

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  162. Tony Reed, EVP & CMO at Temple University Health System

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  163. Alison Tothy, an Associate Professor in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the University of Chicago

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  164. Christina Severin, President and CEO of the Community Care Cooperative

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  165. Kevin Mahoney, CEO at University of Pennsylvania Health System

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  166. Steve Wretling, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer at HIMSS

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  167. Brian Sweeny, President and Chief Operating Officer at Jefferson Health New Jersey

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  168. Douglas Goldstein, Growth Executive at Digital Health Therapeutics

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  169. Samuel Boadi, Associate Administrator at HCA Healthcare

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  170. Derek Novak, President of Population Health Systems at MercyOne Des Moines

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  171. David Kaelber, CMIO at MetroHealth System

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  172. Rhonda Medows, President of Population Health at Providence St. Joseph Health and CEO of Ayin Health Solutions

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  173. Binita Patel, Vice President of Pharmacy Services at Memorial Hermann Healthcare System

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  174. Jean Ann Larson, Chief Leadership Development Officer at The University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System & Senior Associate Dean for Leadership Development at UAB's School of Medicine

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  175. Shelby Medina, CEO at Windom Area Hospital

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  176. Brian Holzer, President Kindred Innovations at Kindred Healthcare and CEO of Lacuna Health

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  177. Randy Davis, Vice President and Chief Information Officer at CGH Medical Center

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  178. Sanjeev Sah, CISO at Medical University of South Carolina

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  179. Karen Dolman, Chief Operating Officer of Westmed Medical Group

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  180. Russ Hinz, Vice President for Epic Transformation at Advocate Aurora

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  181. James Hildreth, President and CEO of Meharry Medical College

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  182. Peter Staats, Chief Medical Officer at National Spine and Pain Centers and President Elect of World Institute of Pain

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  183. Dr. Shikha Jain, Assistant Professor of Medicine in Hematology and Oncology and Director of Communication Strategies at University of Illinois Chicago

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  184. Phillip Young, President and CEO of Northeast Baptist Hospital

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  185. Todd Dunn, Senior Vice President of Innovation at Atrium Health

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  186. What are the Most Distinguishing Traits of Transformative Health Care Leaders, and How Can Today’s Executives Adopt the Right Mindset?

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    This episode was done in collaboration with the THEO Executive Group (https://www.theoexec.com/).

  187. Rod Hanners, Interim CEO at KECK Medicine of USC

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  188. Chris Coburn, Chief Innovation Officer at Mass General Brigham

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  189. Michael Archuleta, Chief Information Officer at Bridgecare Health Network Mt. San Raffael

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  190. Jeremiah Hodshire, President and CEO of Hillsdale Hospital

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  191. Dr. Nisha Mehta, Radiologist and Physician Community Builder

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  192. Maria Ryan, President and CEO of Cottage Hospital

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

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  194. Jonathan Watkins, Regional President for Hospitals & Clinics at the Cancer Treatment Centers of America

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  195. Dr. Donna Havens, Dean and Professor at the College of Nursing at Villanova University and Dr. Peter Kaufmann, Associate Dean of Research and Innovation at the College of Nursing at Villanova University

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  197. Kim Miller, Western Region President for Baptist Health

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  199. Chantelle Schenning, Head of Public Policy at Invitae

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  200. Matt Sartorius, Vice President of Operations at StoneSprings Hospital Center

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  206. Bryan Stewart, CEO and Director at PracticeWise

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

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

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

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

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  218. Kwamane Liddell, Founder and CEO of Dispatch Care

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  219. David Parker, President of ProMedica Senior Care

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  220. Rob Anderson, CEO at Hospitals of Providence

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  238. Donovan Blackburn, CEO of Pikeville Medical Center

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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  246. Paula Ellis, CEO of Saint John Hospital

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  247. Blake Allison, CEO of Southeastern Health Partners

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

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

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

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

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

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    This episode was done in collaboration with the THEO Executive Group (https://www.theoexec.com/).

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  268. Anjana Sreedhar, Administrative Fellow at NYU Langone

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

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  280. Kristin Myers, CIO at Mount Sinai Health System

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