Tune in this week for these highlighted shows. Don’t miss new episodes which include Healthcare de Jure, Conversations on Healthcare, 1st Talk Compliance, and Harlow on Healthcare.
The HIMSS19 Global Conference & Exhibition is just around the corner. This week’s Friday Five highlights some tips to help you plan for the conference, participate and follow the latest conference news and happenings using social media, and access what thought leaders and experts have to say before, during and after HIMSS19.
From our host of Healthcare de Jure – Matt Fisher is a Partner with Mirick O’Connell and the chair of the firm’s Health Law Group. When he is not practicing law, interviewing someone on his radio show. or parenting, he is penning thoughtful posts on healthcare. ICYMI we have you covered.
Check out our Nursing by the Numbers infographic for up-to-date statistics in nursing today including number of nurses employed, median salary, and number of nursing programs.
Healthcare Now Radio uses the music and audio platform, SoundCloud to house our shows’ archives. Check out the radio show episodes we have most recently added to our SoundCloud channel and be sure to follow us there to catch our latest on demand episodes.
A look back at some of the most memorable guests from 2018, which included thought leaders in areas such as CRISPR gene editing technology, Artificial Intelligence and Voice in health care, the rise of innovative care delivery models as well as the transformation in health profession training.
HealthcareNow Radio’s live streaming station will hit 300,000 listeners this year, and the archives of the on-demand episodes of our shows now average 7,000 plays per month. This week’s Friday Five lists the shows played most often throughout the past year.
ICYMI: On Day 9 of our 12 Days of Christmas Posts we are dancing and celebrating the women in health IT. And what better way to hear what they have to say than check out our radio archives for some on-demand episodes.
Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) welcomed Senators Mitt Romney (R-Utah), Mike Braun (R-Ind.) and Jacky Rosen (D-Nev.) to the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee, after Senate leaders announced committee assignments for the 116th Congress.