New On Demand Episodes 4/2/2019
HealthcareNOW Radio’s live streaming audience exceeds 25,000 listeners a month. The station’s archive of podcast episodes on SoundCloud is approaching 10,000 plays per month. Below are the most recent episodes added to our SoundCloud channel. Additionally, we have also provided three other ways to listen to our live station and explore all of our archived podcasts.
- Live stream our station on your Amazon Echo: Say “Alexa, play HealthcareNOW Radio Station.”
- Play iTunes Podcasts on your iPhone: Say “Hey Siri, search for HealthcareNOW Radio.”
- Other Podcast Platforms to find our archived episodes:
Here are the most recent episodes now on-demand:
Voices in Value-based Care
Show rebroadcasts at 5:00am, 1:00pm and 9:00pm ET every weekday.
Tune in to hear value-based programs expert Beth Houck (@bahouck) and her guests discuss the challenges, opportunities, and best practices for reporting under MACRA’s Quality Payment Program. Whether you’re participating in MIPS or as an APM, Beth and her guests will give keen insights and share real world experiences and use cases to help you be successful in 2018 and beyond.
On this episode, Houck talks to Erica Arias and Chris Long from the SA Ignite Customer Success Team discuss perspectives from the SA Ignite user forums on making MIPS a change enabler.
Harlow on Healthcare
Show rebroadcasts at 8:30 am, 4:30 pm and 12:30 am ET every weekday.
Tune in to Harlow on Healthcare to hear healthcare attorney and award-winning blogger David Harlow (@healthblawg) and his guests discuss the critical issues shaping the future of health IT and healthcare at large. From cybersecurity to AI, precision medicine to health reform, if the topic is trending Harlow is on it.
Check out some of Harlow’s interviews at HIMSS19. First Niki Buchanan, General Manager, Population Health Management, Philips Healthcare. They discuss helping health care providers meet their patients where they are by implementing a digital health strategy. A tailored change management strategy is needed before technology can be introduced. Then, Brian Gross, Business & Scientific Leader, Genomics for Infectious Disease, Philips Healthcare discussing Philips’ new tool designed to help manage infection control … it’s the new pump handle.
Healthcare de Jure
Show rebroadcasts at 2:00 pm, 10:00 pm, and 6:00 am ET every weekday.
Tune in to Healthcare de Jure as we serve up the hottest healthcare issues of the day, all from a legal point of view. From public policies and Federal initiatives to privacy and security, join host Matt R. Fisher as he and his guests discuss a smorgasbord of topics, giving hospitals, physicians, vendors and patients a seat at the table. Don’t miss a minute of what’s on the menu.
Fisher chats with Aneesh Chopra, President at CareJourney. Matt and Aneesh discuss the background on data liberation efforts through the Affordable Care Act, price transparency and what patients need as well as how progress is being made incrementally.
This Just In Radio
Show rebroadcasts at 6:30 am, 2:30 pm and 10:30 pm ET every weekday.
Tune in to This Just In with your host, Justin Barnes, aka the @HITAdvisor. On this 30-minute, informative program, Justin and his guests will shed light on the latest trends, strategy and innovations impacting healthcare, technology and even entrepreneurialism in America. Whether it’s healthcare, health IT, strategy, or the “next big thing”, if a topic is trending, Justin is sure to be talking about it with his broad circle of peers.
Barnes speaks with Elise Sweeney Anthony, Executive Director of Policy at ONC, Edwin Miller, Chief Product Officer at Aledade, and Chris Fowler, President and COO of Trubridge at HIMSS19.
Conversations on Health Care
Show rebroadcasts weekdays at 1:00 am, 9:00 am, and 5:00 pm ET.
Conversations on Health Care® 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.
Masselli and Flinter speak with Pulitzer Prize winning Wall Street Journal reporter John Carreyrou, author of “Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup”, which figures prominently in the current HBO documentary on Elizabeth Holmes, founder of Theranos. It’s a riveting account of the scandal he uncovered at the health tech startup, which claimed it’s technology would revolutionize diagnostic testing. He uncovered Holmes’ widespread deception, detailing how she not only duped high level investors out of billions, but also put patients’ lives at risk.
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