• Nurturing Future Physicians and Redesigning Primary Care: A Conversation with Dr. Cristy Page, Executive Dean of UNC School of Medicine

    Join Molly Gamble from Becker's Healthcare in this engaging podcast episode as she sits down with Dr. Cristy Page, the Executive Dean of the UNC School of Medicine. Dr. Page, a lifelong North Carolinian, shares insights into her leadership journey and discusses the challenges of leading a U.S. medical school today. They delve into generational differences among physicians and the positive evolution observed in current and recent students. Dr. Page also sheds light on UNC's efforts to support students dealing with depression during their training years and explores credible ideas to address the persistent shortage of primary care physicians in the U.S. Tune in for a thought-provoking conversation that touches on critical issues in healthcare and medical education. ** NOTE: This conversation was recorded directly after the shooting that happened on UNC’s campus August 28th**
  • Dr. Zafar Chaudry, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Seattle Children's

    This episode recorded live at the 8th Annual Becker's HIT + DH + RCM Conference in Chicago features Dr. Zafar Chaudry, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Seattle Children's. Here, he discusses the combination of different modalities that improve patient care, the future of automation, and more. In collaboration with Philips.
  • Laura Dyrda, Vice President, Editor-in-Chief, Becker's Healthcare

    Laura Dyrda, Vice President, Editor-in-Chief, Becker's Healthcare joins the podcast to discuss Kaufman Hall’s report stating that hospital margins improved in September, but stressed the importance of addressing labor pressures, Walmart Health naming Orlando Health as their first partner, and General Catalyst's recently launched Health Assurance Transformation Corp. planning to purchase a health system in the "$1 billion to $3 billion range".
  • Coordinating Care for Patients with Behavioral Health Conditions in the ED

    Behavioral health conditions show up in the emergency department far too often. It can be a more subtle encounter with patients struggling with pain management or anxiety symptoms, or an outright crisis event, and many variations in between. But there are signals that can be confidently tracked and used to help identify individuals with certain diagnoses or symptoms that may indicate a behavioral health condition, or worse, an overdose or suicide attempt. Once identified, care teams can be alerted, collaborate with the patient’s broader care team, and provide appropriate care and follow up.In this podcast Ian Bruce, Senior Clinical Solutions Lead, PointClickCare and Becky Wilkinson from Providence Health & Services will discuss their success with identifying and providing alternative care options and care collaboration from the ED. This podcast is sponsored by PointClickCare.
  • Jakob Emerson, Associate News Director at Becker’s Healthcare

    Jakob Emerson, Associate News Director at Becker’s Healthcare joins the podcast to discuss a former Medicare Advantage organization executive being charged in a multimillion dollar fraud scheme and an update on organizations dropping Medicare Advantage.
  • David Higginson, Executive Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer at Phoenix Children’s

    This episode recorded live at the 8th Annual Becker's HIT + DH + RCM Conference in Chicago features David Higginson, Executive Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer at Phoenix Children’s. Here, he discusses specific issues they are trying to solve in Phoenix, excitement around the future of ambient listening, the importance of getting back to basics, and more.In collaboration with Philips
  • Steven Foster, President, South Houston Market, CHI St. Luke's Health

    This episode features Steven Foster, President, South Houston Market, CHI St. Luke's Health. Here, he discusses the National Association of Latino Healthcare Executives (NALHE), what he is focusing on going into the end of the year, advice for emerging leaders looking to have impactful careers, and more.
  • Molly Gamble, Vice President of Editorial at Becker’s Healthcare

    Molly Gamble, Vice President of Editorial at Becker’s Healthcare joins the podcast to discuss key takeaways from recent interviews with pediatric leaders Madeline Bell, the CEO of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, Alisa Starbuck, the President of Brenner Children’s Hospital at Wake Forest Baptist Health, and Michael Dowling, the CEO of Northwell Health.Links to dive deeper: https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/hospital-management-administration/michael-dowling-where-are-the-role-models.htmlhttps://www.beckershospitalreview.com/podcasts/becker-s-women-s-leadership-podcast/charting-the-future-of-pediatric-healthcare-insights-from-madeline-bell-president-and-ceo-of-children-s-hospital-of-philadelphia-120877384.html
  • Lara Klick, Vice President, Patient Experience Officer at Tampa General Hospital

    Lara Klick, Vice President, Patient Experience Officer at Tampa General Hospital joins the podcast to discuss her background, strategy for patient experience, the most impactful change she's made in the last year, how she sees patient experience evolving, and what will be a differentiator for her health system in the future.
  • Dr. Maria Ansari & Dr. Ramin Davidoff, Co-CEOs of The Permanente Federation

    This episode features Maria Ansari, MD, FACC, Co-CEO of The Permanente Federation, CEO & Executive Director of The Permanente Medical Group, and President & CEO, Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group & Ramin Davidoff, MD, Co-CEO of The Permanente Federation, Executive Medical Director & Chair of the Board, Southern California Permanente Medical Group, Chair of the Board & Chief Executive Officer, The Southeast Permanente Medical Group; Chair of the Board & Chief Executive Officer, Hawaii Permanente Medical Group. Here, they discuss their backgrounds, The Permanente Federation, what they’re currently focusing on in their roles, and much more!
  • GenAI Frameworks That Balance Risk and ROI

      In this episode we are joined by Lisa Esch, Senior Vice President of Provider Industry Solutions, NTT DATA. Tune in to hear about generative AI's impact. streamlining operations to reducing clinician burnout and enhancing patient/member engagement, generative AI is already making an impact across the healthcare ecosystem. But with it comes risks and concerns that must be weighed against the potential benefits. This tech talk will discuss how to set up your AI governance office and identify initial use cases that can provide ROI and value to the business.   This episode is sponsored by NTT DATA.  
  • Meeting the Patient Where They Are: Proactive and Patient-Centered Care

    In this episode we are joined by Dr. Theo Koury, President at Vituity, to discuss health systems' unique opportunity to provide comprehensive, proactive and patient-centered care that leads to better care outcomes and increased patient and provider satisfaction.This episode is sponsored by Vituity.
  • Virtual Nursing Success Stories and Opportunities for Broader Impact

      In this episode, Tammy Cress, RN, MSN, Vice President of Clinical Solutions and Innovation at Teladoc Health discusses why virtual nursing is among the fastest-growing segments of virtual care, opportunities for broader positive impact within an organization, and how health systems are already experiencing success by leveraging this innovative approach.   This episode is sponsored by Teladoc Health.  
  • A Discussion on Transforming Healthcare Delivery with Technology

    In this episode, we are joined by Geeta Wilson, Chief Technology Officer of Whole Health, Advocacy and Provider Platforms at Elevance Health, and Christopher Patterson, VP of Product Strategy Customer Service & Sales at Pegasystems, to discuss Elevance Health's mission and strategy, how they center care around the individual, how they use technology for a competitive advantage and more.This episode is sponsored by Pegasystems.
  • 15 Key Surgery Center & Healthcare Trends

    In this episode, Scott Becker shares 15 key surgery center & healthcare trends.
  • Filling in Health IT Cracks and Building Forward-Thinking Digital Innovation

    In this episode we are joined by Dr. Shez Partovi, Chief Innovation & Strategy Officer and Chief Business Leader of Enterprise Informatics at Philips, to discuss Enterprise informatics and the evolution of health data in recent years.This episode is sponsored by Philips.
  • Dr. Ettore Vulcano, Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University at Mount Sinai Medical Center

    Dr. Ettore Vulcano, Chief of Orthopedic Surgery at Columbia University at Mount Sinai Medical Center joins the podcast to discuss his background, his focus on popularizing percutaneous minimally invasive surgery of the foot and ankle, trends in orthopedics he is keeping an eye on, advice for leaders, and more!
  • Strategy for Human-Centered, Individualized Care

    In this episode, we are joined by Shawna Grissom, Director of Family Services of Children’s Hospital Colorado and Cami Mitelman, Customer Success Manager at NRC Health, to discuss lessons learned during the influx of patients last fall and winter, and how teams are strategizing this year to ensure patients and families receive human-centered, individualized care.This episode is sponsored by NRC Health.
  • IT Education Communication and Adoption, Leading a Horse to Water

    In this episode we are joined by Jennifer Guenin, Manager of IT Training at Community Health Network, to discuss IT innovation. CHN has spent the last several years completely revamping their IT Education and communications framework. Moving from disparate systems to a single source of truth where caregivers are able to access training and support from their Knowledge+ library of content. With a caregiver first approach, CHN created an environment for education that is nimble yet predictable and communication comes in many forms to meet the clinicians where they are…even if that is in the bathroom. This episode is sponsored by uPerform.
  • Elizabeth Oyekan, PharmD, Chief Pharmacy Officer at Stanford Health Care and Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley

    In this episode, Elizabeth Oyekan, PharmD, Chief Pharmacy Officer at Stanford Health Care and Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley discusses key insights into her background & organization, the top healthcare trends she is following today, precision medicine and pharmacy, plus a lot  more!

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