Day 9: Ladies Dancing – Celebrating the Women in Health IT
On Day 9 of our 12 Days to 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. And we found plenty. Here are nine ladies talking healthcare and health IT regarding compliance issues, policy, telehealth, the pandemic, public health, population health, health equity, HIPAA compliance, cybersecurity, value-based care, leveraging technology, EHRs, and social determinants of health to name a few of the topics discussed on these episodes.
Take a listen and thanks for tuning in!
Lisa Miller on The Virtual Shift
From The Virtual Shift, host Tom Foley invites Lisa Miller, CEO and founder of VIE Healthcare Consulting to discuss the four ways telehealth can improve hospital operations. These include reducing hospital readmissions, high risk and elderly patients, innovative areas, and use in marketing campaigns.
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Lee Kim on The Tate Chronicles
From The Tate Chronicles, host Jim Tate talks to Lee Kim the director of Privacy and Security at the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society. She is a member of the U.S. DHS Analytic Exchange Program and the National Cybersecurity Training & Education Center (NCYTE) National Visiting Committee. Lee is a nationally recognized leader in the protection of healthcare information.
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Dr. Monica Bolbjerg on This Just In
From This Just In, host Justin Barnes, aka @HITAdvisor, continues his Digital Health series with Dr. Monica Bolbjerg, CoFounder and CEO, Qure4U and the digital front door best practices. Justin and Monica discussion includes where telehealth and virtual care fits into your care strategies. And leadership principles when scaling a business. Along with best practices for an inclusive “Digital Front Door.”
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Rachel Rose, Esq. on 1st Talk Compliance
From 1st Talk Compliance, host Catherine Short welcomes back Houston attorney Rachel V. Rose to discuss HIPAA celebrating 25 years and its evolution. It’s hard to believe that it’s been 25 years since HIPAA was signed into law on August 21, 1996! Over the past two and a half decades, there have been a multitude of changes in the healthcare industry and technology. The three items that remain constant are preserving the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of a patient’s protected health information. In this “ode to HIPAA,” you are given a glimpse into some of the lesser known or emphasized aspects of HIPAA, as well as key parts of its history, recent enforcement actions, and anticipated developments.
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Ann Mond Johnson on The Incrementalist
From The Incrementalist, host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick, discusses “Avoiding the Telehealth Cliff” with Ann Mond Johnson the CEO of the American Telemedicine Association. Their discussion topics include the history of telehealth and progress prior to the pandemic and the acceleration brought on by the pandemic. What is the fate of the relaxation of policies? And the obligation of the industry to address inequity in healthcare.
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Lindi Hayes, MD FACEP, FAAEM, ABEM on PopHealth Week
From PopHealth Week, hosts Gregg Masters and Fred Goldstein meet Lindi Hayes, Medical Director of the Palomar Health Monoclonal Antibody (MARC) Resources Center, who discusses the novel approach afforded to certain eligible at risk groups.
Bethany Hamilton on Healthcare de Jure
From Healthcare de Jure, host Matt Fisher’s guest is Bethany Hamilton, Co-Director, National Center for Medical-Legal Partnership at the Milken Institute School of Public Health. Their discussion includes background of medical-legal partnership programs; synergy between medical and legal professions to address social justice and social equity; expanding views points to understand intersection and interaction of social needs; building bridges across disciplines; necessity of inclusiveness; taking the time to ask questions and then listen.
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Sheila Talton on Harlow on Healthcare
From Harlow on Healthcare, host David Harlow speaks with Sheila Talton, CEO of Gray Matter Analytics, about big data in health care. Oh, and did we mention social determinants of health? Extracting information from EHR notes fields can help address this domain, which influences 80% of health outcomes.
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