• Dr. Sunita Vadakath, Senior VP & Chief Strategy Officer at MyMichigan Health System

    This episode features Dr. Sunita Vadakath, Senior VP & Chief Strategy Officer at MyMichigan Health System. Here, she discusses her transition into leadership, what makes an organization a great place to work, her focus on health equity, and more.
  • Dr. Shakira Henderson, Vice President Research Officer at UNC Health, Assistant Vice Chancellor - Clinical Research & Clinical Research Integration Officer at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    This episode features Dr. Shakira Henderson, Vice President Research Officer at UNC Health,  Assistant Vice Chancellor - Clinical Research & Clinical Research Integration Officer at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Here, she discusses her different roles at UNC, healthcare trends she is currently following, and more.
  • Mary Dale, General Counsel & COO at Family Emergency Room, LLC

    This episode features Mary Dale, General Counsel & COO at Family Emergency Room, LLC. Here, she discusses what a micro-hospital is & does, how their staffing challenges compare to full-sized hospitals, and more.
  • Malinka Walaliyadde, CEO, Co-Founder and Board member at AKASA, & Ben Beadle-Ryby, Co-Founder & Senior Vice President of Commercial at AKASA

    This episode features two of the Co-Founders of AKASA, a leading developer of AI for healthcare operations. In this conversation, Malinka Walaliyadde & Ben Beadle-Ryby discuss some of the top issues their customer base is facing, how they are remedying these challenges through automation, what the future of automation looks like, and much more.
  • Dr. Brett Miller, Founder at HURT!™

    This episode features Dr. Brett Miller, Founder at HURT!™. In this conversation, he discusses his background as an orthopedic surgeon, his app “HURT!™” that links patients with bone & joint specialists in their area to assess the severity of an injury, what led him to launch his app, and more.
  • Dr. Michael Roizen, Chief Wellness Officer Emeritus at Cleveland Clinic

    This episode features Dr. Michael Roizen, Chief Wellness Officer Emeritus at Cleveland Clinic. Here, he discusses physiological age compared to biological age, his latest book “The Great Age Reboot: Cracking the Longevity Code for a Younger Tomorrow”, things people can do to change the rate of brain aging, and more.
  • Reducing Reliance on Contract Labor

    In this episode, we are joined by Jacqueline Herd, Principal with Vizient over Operations and Workforce Solutions, to discuss reducing reliance on contract labor and strategies that HCOs can employ. Tune in to learn more on how HCOs can best manage the ebbs and flows of contract labor demand and how data can be utilized to appropriately staff to match patient volume. Hear insights into why developing a strong, strategic partnership with your staffing agency is so important. This episode is sponsored by Vizient.
  • Enhancements in the Patient & Surgeon Experience

    In this episode, we are joined by Chris Bishop, CEO of Regent Surgical Health, to discuss innovations and enhancements in the patient and surgeon experience. Tune in for insights on how to design surgery centers to streamline business operations and positively impact the patient or surgeon experience. Learn how ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) is becoming a stronger driver in business and what Regent Surgical Health's strategy is for addressing this important company responsibility.This episode is sponsored by Regent Surgical Health.
  • De-Risking Your Health Tech Purchases

    This live episode from the 7th annual Health IT + RCM Conference features David Harvey, CEO of Panda Health. Here, he discusses his mission to help make the healthcare consumer experience better, how the pandemic has impacted this mission, and more.This episode is Sponsored by Panda Health.
  • Building a Foundation For Long Term Success in Healthcare

    In this episode we are joined by Imamu Tomlinson, Chief Executive Officer at Vituity, to discuss the need for healthcare leaders to take a long-game view, what intergenerational leadership looks like, why workplace culture is a journey, not a destination and a lot more. This episode is sponsored by Vituity.
  • Monty Veazey, President & CEO at Georgia Alliance of Community Hospitals

      This episode features Monty Veazey, President & CEO at Georgia Alliance of Community Hospitals. Here, he discusses specific challenges health systems face in Georgia, resolving workforce shortages through creating a pipeline for middle & high school students into nursing, and much more.  
  • Hospital Financial Health: How Rehabilitation Partnership Can Help Enhance Performance and Outcomes

      Learn how partnership with an experienced rehabilitation expert can help improve patient outcomes, reduce costs and enhance hospital performance across the care continuum.   This episode is sponsored by Lifepoint Rehabilitation.  
  • Scott Dimmick, Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer at Lakeland Regional Health

    This episode features Scott Dimmick, Senior Vice President & Chief Human Resources Officer at Lakeland Regional Health. Here, he discusses unique challenges healthcare organizations in Florida face including preparing for hurricane season & staffing supply, balancing local & contracted staff, and more.
  • Bayshore Dental Studio’s Digital Workflow with Intelliscan 3D

    In this episode, we are joined by Rob Fletcher, VP of Operations at Bayshore Dental Studio / Intelliscan 3D, to discuss digital workflows and technology for dentistry. Tune in to learn more about the primary challenges in running a lab and what technology is available today to support better dental clinic and lab collaboration. Hear insights to why digital technology is such a great fit for dentistry and what digital workflows can bring to dental practices.This episode is sponsored by Bayshore Dental Studio.
  • Patti Hart, Chief Nursing Officer at MUSC, Charleston at Medical University of South Carolina

    This episode features Patti Hart, Chief Nursing Officer at MUSC, Charleston at Medical University of South Carolina. Here, she discusses the importance of supporting frontline workers, challenges surrounding labor & supply costs, her focus on getting back to the basics, and more.
  • Brad Meyer, CEO at BlueStem Health

    This episode features Brad Meyer, CEO at BlueStem Health. Here, he discusses his transition from EMT to CEO, the importance for young leaders to be open to new experiences, his focus on value-based care, and more.
  • Tina Haynes, Chief Executive Officer at Claiborne Memorial Medical Center.

    This episode features Tina Haynes, Chief Executive Officer at Claiborne Memorial Medical Center. Here, she discusses what led her to her CEO role, how important it is for emerging leaders to be very involved in their organization & to have good mentors, plus more.
  • Surgical Efficiencies in the OR

    In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Charles DeCook, Orthopedic Surgeon and President of Total Joint Specialists, to discuss surgical efficiencies in the OR. Tune in to learn more about the biggest inefficiencies in ORs today and how technology and workflow changes address them. Both hospitals and ASCs are focused on efficiency in the OR - in this episode, you will hear insights on why surgical time matters and the best practices to make the most out of each minute, how time plays a role in delivering value to a patient's operation, and suggestions to eliminate wasted time and resources.This episode is sponsored by DePuy Synthes, the Orthopedic Company of Johnson and Johnson. Dr. DeCook is a surgeon designer and paid consultant of an affiliate of DePuy Synthes.All views and opinions expressed by Dr. DeCook are based on his own knowledge and experience.
  • Dr. Susan Turney, CEO at Marshfield Clinic Health System

    This episode features Dr. Susan Turney, CEO at Marshfield Clinic Health System. Here, she discusses her points of pride with Marshfield Clinic Health System, her focus on workforce challenges, expanding access to care, telehealth, and more.
  • Dr. Mohamedtaki Tejani, Medical Director, GI Oncology Program - AdventHealth Cancer Institute

    This episode features Dr. Mohamedtaki Tejani, Medical Director, GI Oncology Program - AdventHealth Cancer Institute. Here, he explains three clinical trials underway at AdventHealth to evaluate the effectiveness and impact of different types of ctDNA testing for colorectal cancer patients. Circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) is a sequencing technology that can detect very small amounts of tumor DNA in the body’s circulatory system via a blood draw and specialized assay.

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