Happy 4th! Celebrate with Our Most Enjoyed Episodes
Happy Fourth of July to all of our listeners! While you’re firing up the grill or relaxing by the pool this July 4th, why not check out the latest episodes on HealthcareNOW Radio. Or, if you are more in the mood for a few on demand episodes, we have taken care of the guess work for you and listed the top five most listened to episodes on our SoundCloud channel in the past month. Additionally, below are three other ways to listen to our live station and explore all of our archived podcasts.
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Here are June’s top episodes now on-demand:
#5 Harlow on Healthcare: Brian Loew Discussing Online Patient Communities
On this edition of Harlow on Healthcare, host David Harlow talks with Brian Loew, CEO at Inspire about online patient communities, the clinical research they can enable, and the privacy and trust issues they must address.
#4 Healthcare de Jure: Dr. Art Papier on Use of Technology for Physicians
Tune in to this episode of Healthcare de Jure, and hear host Matt Fisher (@Matt_R_Fisher) chat with Dr. Art Papier, CEO of VisualDx discussing use of technology to provide digital enhancement and augmentation of physicians, technology as means of delivering information to physicians and expanding resources; building effective training for use of new technology; and how technology provides clinical decision support.
#3 Conversations on Health Care: CEO Leah Binder on High Rate of Avoidable Deaths in America;s Hospitals
On this episode of Conversations on Health Care, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter (@chcradio) speak with Leah Binder, CEO of the Leapfrog Group, which is dedicated promoting patient safety through better transparency in hospital errors leading to avoidable deaths. She discusses the 161 thousand error-related hospital deaths last year, and the latest Hospital Safety Grade, which scores hospitals on their safety measure performance.
#2 Voices in Value-Based Care: Deanna Parker, RN on Hospital Emergency Services and Patient Care
Check out this episode of Voices in Value-Based Care, where host Beth Houck (@bahouck) talks to Deanna Parker RN, Vice President for Emergency Services at Hardin Memorial Hospital, about a recent initiative to improve staff communication in a way that positively impacts overall patient care.
#1 The Incrementalist: Maggie Ehrenfried, Managing Director of Development for LifeNet
And finally, on The Incrementalist, host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick (@drnic1) talks to Maggie Ehrenfried the Managing Director of Development for LifeNet. In the United States, there are over 35,000 emergency-care physicians, but there are no Uganda-trained emergency physicians. LifeNet International is an organization working hard across East Africa to change that with initiatives that are having impact.