Newly Released Podcasts 1/10/24
Don’t miss a beat and be sure to catch all of our newly released episodes from syndicated podcast shows on Healthcare NOW Radio. To hear the very latest releases check out Roberta’s Weekend Playlist. Our podcast syndications do not play on our radio station but go straight to our HCNRadio SoundCloud Channel. Here is what has been newly released.
On Life-Centered Health Care join host Ann Somers Hogg, Senior Research Fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute, as she discusses the application of disruptive innovation in health care and covers late Harvard professor Clayton Christensen’s other theories, and their potential to transform our health care ecosystem.
Join Dr. Sherine Gabriel, Executive Vice President for Health at Arizona State University, and host Ann Somers Hogg, as they discuss a new model for medical education that improves health through an interdependent approach.
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Tune in to The Dish on Health IT’s captivating 2023 end-of-year recap where Point-of-Care Partners’ experts—Pooja Babbrah, Jocelyn Keegan, and Kim Boyd—share their top three health IT milestones for 2023 and predictions for 2024.
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Digital Health Talks, brought to you by HealthIMPACTLIVE (@HITHealthIMPACT) is a podcast featuring healthcare providers using technology to improve access to healthcare, patient experience, and clinical outcomes. Healthcare Technology leaders address big questions like what technologies are worth investing in today and how will technology change the future of healthcare? Hear how programs in telehealth, healthcare data analytics, cloud, 5G, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and social determinants of health are shaping the future of healthcare.
Dive into the dynamic intersection of equity and innovation in healthcare with Chris Gibbons at HealthIMPACT Live. As an Equity and Innovation Adviser, Chris navigates this critical juncture daily. Join the conversation on AI ethics, patient welfare, and the evolving landscape, shaping the future of patient-centric digital medicine.
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Meeting of the Minds is a discussion series with industry leaders to spark debate, share ideas, and keep us moving toward our common goal of quality healthcare for all. Brought to you by Woebot Health (@HiWoebot), the mental health ally that’s by your side for whatever’s ahead. From a small tech experiment alleviating anxiety in teens, Woebot Health has grown into an emerging force of change in mental health.
Jahmal Miller, Chief Administrative Officer of Mercy Medical Group, has been a decades-long champion for health equity and an outspoken force for change in California, and beyond. In this unabridged talk, he outlines the high costs of inequity and bias in healthcare, and he highlights the unsung heroes that inspire him.
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When it comes to how healthcare works in the U.S., one wonders, who designed it? Well, no one. And that’s the problem. On our newest podcast, Nordic’s (@Nordic_Global) In Network’s Podcast Feature: Designing for Health, Dr. Craig Joseph and Dr. Jerome Pagani speak with luminaries from across the health ecosystem about how to make healthcare work for humans.
Host Craig Joseph, MD, invites Billy Nicolich, healthcare product manager at Press Ganey. They discuss Billy’s background in healthcare and experience design, the legacy and impact of nudge units, and why he sees history as being divided into “pre-manifesto” and “post-manifesto.”
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The Roetzel (@Roetzel_Andress) HealthLaw HotSpot is a podcast for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry. The Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot Podcast is made available by the Firm and its attorneys for educational purposes and to provide general information, not to provide specific legal advice.
Host Ericka Adler is joined this week by fellow Roetzel shareholder and leader of the tax practice group, attorney Donna Hartl. Donna provides insight on how and why the Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERTC) was originally set up, and how some practices may have received poor advice in applying for the credit.
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The Digital Health Experience has to change, and it’s time to do something about it. Each week, the flavorful duo of #digitalhealth influencers Jared Johnson and Zain Ismail challenges the status quo of healthcare marketing and technology in their unique style. If you want to stay entertained, informed, and inspired by the industry’s top innovative thinkers, join the movement with Healthcare Rap (@HealthcareRap).
On the latest episodes, Healthcare executive Dr. Zeev Neuwirth and Ann Somers Hogg from the Clayton Christensen Institute kick off the 2024 Predictions Series to share their perspectives on what’s coming for consumer transformation.
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