June’s Most Played Episodes
HealthcareNOW Radio streams programming 24/7, with a focus on health information technology and healthcare delivery. The station averages 38,000 U.S. listeners per month; our SoundCloud channel averages over 100,00 plays per month. Below we have listed the top three most played episodes on our SoundCloud channel in the month of June including two of our popular podcasts and one of our radio shows. Combined these three episodes have over 1,000 plays!
Here are the most played episodes now on-demand:
#1 The Incrementalist: The Last Mile of Care Delivery with Louis Mendiola
Host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick, discusses The Last Mile of Care Delivery with Louis Mendiola, Director Prov Partnerships at MedArrive. Their discussion includes enabling local care by empowering EMTs and local clinicians, not just be the person that’s drawing the blood or checking the blood pressure. Delivering care into the home connecting with the nurse practitioner, the physician when needed, allowing the paramedic and the EMT to power that care delivery, keep that patient out of the hospital & more.
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#2 Healthusiasm: Problematic Media Use, Ele-mental Health & Luxury Healthcare
On this episode, the Healthusiasm panel debates:
-The recent evolutions and expectations in mental health
-A Wellness Lab on Problematic Media use, sponsored by social media companies
-The potential and perspectives of luxury brands moving into healthcare
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#3 Follow the Medical Record: Anthony Murray, Chief Interoperability Officer at MRO
Host Don Hardwick interviews Anthony Murray, chief interoperability officer at MRO. They discuss interoperability as it relates to medical records, specifically how to allow more efficient, coordinated, and meaningful sharing of information. Anthony talks about empowering patients to access their information, through automated and advanced technologies.
Follow and join the conversation with #FollowtheMedicalRecord.