Newly Released Podcasts 12-15-21
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New Podcast Episodes
We see it every day; needless lives lost and wasted money from the current trial and error approach to medication use. In fact, 275,000 or more lives are lost and at least $528 billion dollars are wasted yearly due to non-optimized medication use. Get the Medications Right Institute’s (@GTMRxInstitute) podcast, Voices of Change features leaders who have knowledge, experience and ideas to solve this urgent need to getting the medications right.
On this episode, host Katherine H. Capps talks to Carla Cobb, Pharm.D., a psychiatric clinical pharmacist with over 20 years of experience integrating clinical pharmacy services into the primary care setting. As a clinical professor, she educated hundreds of pharmacy students and medical residents about the appropriate use of medications to treat chronic conditions such as diabetes, psychiatric, respiratory and cardiovascular diseases. She is an experienced clinician and educator who has gained the trust of physicians, administrators, payers and legislators by advocating for the role of clinical pharmacists as part of the team approach to care. She is an authority on the clinical use of medications, the structure and function of health care teams, and the compassionate care of people with mental illnesses and substance use disorders. She joins us to talk about all this and more.
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Hosted by Dan Marino, Value-Based Care Insights, a podcast that explores how to optimize the performance of programs to meet the demands of an increasing value-based care payment environment, highlights recognized experts in the field and within Lumina Health Partners (@luminahp).
During the past 18 months, hospitals and health systems have focused on reducing expense mostly through FTE attrition. Many health systems and hospitals are at a point where reducing costs cannot come from reducing FTEs but must occur from other places. High performing healthcare organizations have focused not only on reducing costs through minimizing inefficiencies but maximizing revenues as well. Developing a culture of continuous improvement allows the organization to not only meet its clinical and financial goals but exceed them. High performing organizations accomplish this by implementing Lean methodologies to eliminate waste, operate more efficiently and increase clinical outcomes with patients. On this episode, Marino speaks to Kate Geick of Lumina Health Partners to discuss how operational effectiveness through staff engagement and commitment can yield in improved operational and financial performance.
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Brought to you by Medicomp Systems (@MedicompSys), Tell Me Where IT Hurts, host Dr. Jay Anders sits down with experts from across healthcare and technology to discuss ways to improve EHR usability for end users. Dr. Anders and his guests explore opportunities to enhance clinical systems to make them work better for clinicians, reduce burnout, maximize revenue potential, and drive better patient care outcomes.
Host Dr. Jay Anders sits down with the National Coordinator for Health IT at HHS, Micky Tripathi, PhD, MPP. Micky shares his background coming from the private sector, involved in interoperability, and discusses many of the big issues in health IT today. Diving into the history of EHR adoption in the private sector, and how COVID19 has shined a light on continued technology challenges in the private and public sectors, the two explore how new payment models and enforcement can push Health IT in the United States to the next level. This is a must-listen for anyone who wants a preview into where policy and the industry can go in the near future.
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Tune in to Health UnaBASHEd and join digital health advocate and author Gil Bashe (@Gil_Bashe) as he discusses the power of collaboration and innovation in improving care across the health ecosystem. Sharing stories and insights from a global perspective, Gil looks at the companies and people who are making a difference and offers his opinions on how to connect the dots to transform the industry for good.
On this episode, Bashe talks to Allyson Ocean, MD, medical oncologist & professor of medicine at @weillcornell & medical oncologist at @nyphospital Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health, about why patients need to have voice in treatment decisions – it’s their lives on the line. They also discuss innovation in the physician/patient relationship, therapeutics for pancreatic cancer, the ‘Let’s Win for Pancreatic Cancer initiative’, patients as partners in a shared decision making model, the value of clinical trials to improve outcomes and more. Dr. Ocean is the author of numerous peer-reviewed articles and abstracts and founder of a breakthrough advocacy group @letswinpc advancing #pancreaticcancer care and rewriting the rules on treatment innovation.
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Healthcare NOW Radio’s newest podcast addition is The Healthcare Leadership Experience, brought to you by VIE Healthcare Consulting (@viehealthcare). This podcast is for healthcare leaders who want to think differently and learn how to improve their performance. You will hear from innovators and leaders within healthcare and from other industries. We will bring you topics on the business and clinical sides of healthcare on strategy, finance, patient satisfaction, innovation, leadership, communication, marketing, plus much more.
Host Lisa Miller is joined by Rich Dormer from VIE Healthcare to discuss why you should prioritize purchased services and the difference it can make for your hospital or healthcare system.
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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).
Justin Knott from Intrepy Healthcare Marketing is in the house to share some provocative thinking about how better marketing can lead to a better healthcare experience. We dive deep into the front lines of digital engagement and how to have those conversations with providers who still don’t understand why they need to be addressing consumers at all. All that, plus the Flava of the Week about turning up the heat on uninspired healthcare branding. How do providers seize the opportunity to show that they understand consumers?
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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.
Healthcare employers may not realize that the newly enacted Illinois Freedom to Work Act will directly apply to restrictive covenant provisions for existing and new employees, including non-compete and non-solicitation provisions. On this episode, host Ericka Adler, Roetzel Shareholder and Health Law Practice Group Leader, and Adam Hirsh, Roetzel Business Litigation Attorney, analyze how the new law’s restrictive covenant prohibitions, notice provisions, and consideration requirements will affect new and amended employee contracts starting January 1, 2022.
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Conversations on Health Care® is a 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.
The show examines the latest details about the omicron COVID variant, including the important role community health centers continue to play in the pandemic. In addition, we revisit their recent conversation with Planned Parenthood Federation of America President and CEO Alexis McGill Johnson on the Supreme Court hearing on the Mississippi law banning abortion after 15 weeks, posing the greatest threat to Roe v. Wade in half a century. She also talks about systematic efforts in many states limiting women’s access to abortion, and examines the previous administration’s Title X abortion ‘gag’ rule, which seriously impeded access to reproductive health services, creating particular hardship for vulnerable women. She expects the conservative-leaning high court will ultimately rule to undermine Roe.
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