Conversations on Healthcare: 2018’s Most Memorable Guests
About the Show:
Conversations on Health Care, a 2018 syndication we added to our lineup, is a radio show about reform and innovation in the health care system. Each week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter interview a thought leader from the realm of health policy, health innovation, health technology and global health. FactCheck.org’s Managing Editor Lori Robertson exposes false claims about health policy in the public domain and we end with a Bright Idea that’s improving health and well being in every day lives.
New On Demand:
On Demand this week, Mark and Margaret look back on some of the most memorable guests from 2018. Top topics included voice technology, AI in healthcare as well as the rise of tech innovation, CRISPR technology, the Theranos scandal and the industry-driven opioid crisis. Listen in to hear Intermountain Healthcare of Utah’s CEO Emeritus, Dr. Charles Sorenson discuss integrated care delivery models and telemedicine. Dr Lloyd Minor, Dean of students Stanford School of Medicine and Dr. Steve Klasko, CEO of Jefferson Health both talk about the need for creative thinkers in the healthcare industry. Aetna President Karen Lynch, converses about the merger with CVS; and Dr. Samuel Sternberg co-author of “A Crack in Creation: Gene Editing and the Unthinkable Power to Control Evolution” and leading expert on CRISPR technology, discusses genome editing technology. Are you ready to tune in? “Alexa, play the program Conversations on Health Care.”
About the Hosts: Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter as Co-hosts:
Co-hosts Mark Masselli (@CHCMasselli) and Margaret Flinter (@margaretflinter) each bring four decades of experience in overcoming the barriers that block access to care in their work at community health centers. Their conversations with creative thinkers and doers from all parts of the field will enlighten and inspire all who believe that Health Care is a Right, Not a Privilege.