• Alan Condon, Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Healthcare

    This episode features Alan Condon, Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Healthcare. Here, he shares an update on current mergers and acquisitions in the healthcare space, & how hospital margins are looking across the country.
  • Laura Dyrda, Vice President, Editor-in-Chief, Becker's Healthcare

    In this episode, regular guest Laura Dyrda, Vice President, Editor-in-Chief, Becker's Healthcare discusses Mayo Clinic selecting Cerebras as its first generative AI collaborator for large-scale, domain-specific AI capabilities for more personalized diagnosis and treatment plans and Epic’s plans to roll out the early stages of "Best Care Choices for My Patient" in 2024
  • Prioritizing Sustainable Healthcare: Tips and Resources

    In this episode, Kathryn Petrovic, MSN, RN, Director, Department of Standards and Survey Methods at The Joint Commission discusses the importance of sustainable healthcare and ways organizations can implement improvements. Details about The Joint Commission’s new Sustainable Healthcare Certification Program as well as the new Sustainable Healthcare Resource Center are also discussed. Learn more at www.jointcommission.org. For more healthcare podcasts, visit the Becker’s Healthcare podcast page at https://www.beckerspodcasts.com/.Sponsored by The Joint Commission.
  • Dr. Stanley Williams, Director of Integrated Health at The Harris Center for Mental Health

    Dr. Stanley Williams, Director of Integrated Health at The Harris Center for Mental Health discusses his background and expertise in mental health, his most impactful programs in 2023, growth and member experience, and how to ensure a positive experience for those under his care.
  • The 3 Key Ways to Measure a Leader

    In this episode, Scott Becker discusses different attributes that make leaders great.
  • Shelly Schorer, California CFO at CommonSpirit Health

    Recorded live at the 11th Annual Becker’s Healthcare CEO + CFO Roundtable, this episode features Shelly Schorer, California CFO at CommonSpirit Health. Here, she discusses key insights into her organization, excitement surrounding current health equity efforts, what she is spending most of her time on currently, and more.
  • Cynthia Latney, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive at OhioHealth.

    This episode features Cynthia Latney, Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Executive at OhioHealth. Here, she discusses key insights into OhioHealth, her focus on workforce, disruptors, machine learning, & health equity, plus more.
  • Beyond Billion Pixels: AI's Impact on Patient Care with Dr. David Stoffel

      In this episode we dive deep into the world of healthcare AI with Dr. David Stoffel, Chief Business Officer at RapidAI. We explore the thrilling opportunities and critical challenges of AI adoption in hospitals, how Dr. Stoffel's company impacts decision-making and saves lives, and what exciting innovations lie ahead for AI in healthcare. Get ready for a conversation that will redefine your understanding of how technology can transform patient care.   This episode is sponsored by RapidAI.  
  • Dr. Elizabeth Mort, Primary Care MD and Associate at Mass General Hospital

    Dr. Elizabeth Mort, Primary Care MD and Associate at Mass General Hospital discusses patient safety in the US, challenges faced during the pandemic, the roles C-suite executives in enhancing patient safety, AI in healthcare, and the role of organizational culture.
  • Navigating Healthcare Excellence: A Deep Dive with Dr. Mark Chassin and Dr. Timothy Babineau on Quality, Safety, and Industry Progress

      Dive into the intricacies of the healthcare quality and safety movement in this enlightening podcast featuring esteemed guests, Dr. Mark Chassin, President Emeritus of The Joint Commission, and Dr. Timothy Babineau, Principal Academic Healthcare at ECG Management Consultants. Join the conversation as they explore the origins, progress, and challenges of the quality and safety movement in healthcare, shedding light on transformative wins and the industry's struggles in adopting aviation-inspired safety practices. The discussion delves into the role of leadership and governing boards, assessing the impact of publicly reported rating agencies on healthcare quality. As the conversation unfolds, the speakers share insights on the pandemic's influence on healthcare systems' focus on quality and safety, navigating labor shortages, and addressing hospital margin pressures. Don't miss this engaging dialogue that offers a comprehensive view of the healthcare landscape's ongoing pursuit of excellence. This podcast series is brought to you by Becker’s Healthcare and ECG Management Consultants. ECG is a leading consulting firm that has worked exclusively with healthcare organizations for more than 50 years and helps them achieve their most critical goals.  
  • Dr. Lauren Matteini, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at Fox Valley Orthopedics

    Dr. Lauren Matteini, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon at Fox Valley Orthopedics shares her background as an orthopedic spine surgeon, the women physician support group ‘Boss Lady Docs’, and much more!
  • Dr. Silas Marshall, Orthopedic Surgeon for Proliance Surgeons

    Dr. Silas Marshall, Orthopedic Surgeon for Proliance Surgeons shares his background as an orthopedic expert, his growth strategy for the next year, initiatives currently underway, advice to healthcare executives, and more!
  • Jeremiah Hodshire, President & CEO at Hillsdale Hospital

    Recorded live at the 11th Annual Becker’s Healthcare CEO + CFO Roundtable, this episode features Jeremiah Hodshire, President & CEO at Hillsdale Hospital. Here, he discusses key insights into his organization, his podcast “Rural Health Rising”, what the most effective healthcare leaders need to be successful in the next 2-3 years, and more.
  • Dr. Avonia Richardson-Miller, SVP and Chief Diversity Officer at Hackensack Meridian Health

    This episode features Dr. Avonia Richardson-Miller, SVP and Chief Diversity Officer at Hackensack Meridian Health. Here, she discusses her background, the power of representation for minorities in positions of leadership, the biggest priorities she is focusing on as the Chief Diversity Officer, and more.
  • Sam J. Foss, Vice President of Nursing & Chief Nursing Officer at Mount Desert Island Hospital

    This episode features Sam J. Foss, Vice President of Nursing & Chief Nursing Officer at Mount Desert Island Hospital. Here, she discusses key insights into her organization & the role of Chief Nursing Officer, what staffing looks like at a critical access hospital, the importance of partnering with schools in order to create a pipeline for the future, and more.
  • Dai Chung, M.D, President, Chief Medical Officer for the Children's Health and UT Southwestern Joint Pediatric Enterprise

    Dai Chung, M.D, President, Chief Medical Officer for the Children's Health and UT Southwestern Joint Pediatric Enterprise, joins the podcast to discuss his leadership journey, projects and initiatives, challenges, advice, and more!
  • Dr. Neel Butala, Chief Medical Officer of HiLabs and Assistant Professor at University of Colorado

    Dr. Neel Butala, Chief Medical Officer of HiLabs and Assistant Professor at University of Colorado shares his background in cardiovascular care, issues that shaped the landscape in 2023, his excitement and concerns for the future, and skills that will empower healthcare leaders to succeed in the coming year.
  • Dr. Nisha Mehta, Founder of Physician Side Gigs

    Recorded live at the 11th Annual Becker’s Healthcare CEO + CFO Roundtable, this episode features Dr. Nisha Mehta, Founder of Physician Side Gigs. Here, she discusses key insights into her organization, her excitement surrounding the increased focus on issues in the physician workforce, her focus on different physician recruitment strategies, and more.
  • Dr. Susmita Pati, Chief, Primary Care Pediatrics & Chief Medical Program Advisor for the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science, Stony Brook University

    Recorded live at the 11th Annual Becker’s Healthcare CEO + CFO Roundtable, this episode features Dr. Susmita Pati, Chief, Primary Care Pediatrics & Chief Medical Program Advisor for the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science, Stony Brook University. Here, she discusses key insights into her background & organization, her focus on workforce development, what the most effective healthcare leaders need to be successful in the next 2-3 years, and more.
  • Kim Meeker, President of the Michigan Organization of Nurse Leaders

    This episode features Kim Meeker, President of the Michigan Organization of Nurse Leaders.  Here, she discusses the different nurse experiences in communities across Michigan, the nursing shortage, and more.

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