Newly Released Podcasts 12-5-19
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We see it every day; needless lives lost and wasted money from the current trial and error approach to medication use. Living in a world where patients get the right medications, the first time is attainable – and it doesn’t have to take decades to create this world. Hosted by the GTMRx Institute’s Executive Director and Co-founder, Katie Capps, Voices of Change will feature leaders who have knowledge, experience and ideas to solve this urgent need to getting the medications right.
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Join Day Health Strategies as they discuss how to improve access, quality, equity and cost within the U.S. healthcare system with thought leaders in academia, research, and healthcare delivery on Unlocking Accountable Care. Host Emily George, RN, MPH, DrPH(c) is a Senior Consultant at Day Health Strategies and brings 15 years of experience in clinical care and education, program design, implementation and health systems strengthening in high and low resource settings.
Season 1: Explore lessons learned from Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations from all over the United States as they strive to implement value-based care.
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New Podcast Episode
Simplifying the payment process for healthcare can be like turning a large ship, but bundled payments have been a large step forward. On this new episode of Paradigm Shift of Healthcare, the trio of Michael Roberts (@michaelwroberts), Scott Zeitzer, and Jared Johnson (@jaredpiano) say it’s time for a reality check on patient acquisition. There are things outside the practice that draw new patients, and there are things inside the practice. There are local outreach efforts to connect with patients, and marketing tactics to avoid until you’ve mastered digital. There are reasons to build patient relationships and improve your patient experience and communication. It takes continual effort by everyone in ways you might not suspect.
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