Newly Released Podcasts 2-20-20
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New Podcast Episodes
During February’s Chief Among Friends podcast, host Dr. Chris Hobson & guest Faron Thompson, COO of the third most successful ACO called ICP, from the perspective of shared savings in the US talk about value based care; how their HIE contributes to their overall success; the value in using new data sources; strategies to engage both physicians and patients and much much more.
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Thanks to people like Craig Antico, the crushing blow of medical debt is having less effect. On this new episode of Paradigm Shift of Healthcare, the trio of Michael Roberts (@michaelwroberts), Scott Zeitzer and Jared Johnson (@jaredpiano) talk to Antico about his nonprofit organization, RIP Medical Debt, that buys medical debt portfolios from hospitals and physician groups with donated money to alleviate the debt of those who simply can’t pay. You might not be shocked that nearly half of all GoFundMe campaigns have been related to medical bills, but you might be pleasantly surprised how far $1 can go toward abolishing medical debt when organizations like RIP Medical Debt become involved. And don’t miss Craig’s surprise gift to the patient community near the end of the episode!
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On this episode of Unlocking Accountable Care, host Emily George, RN, MPH, DrPH(c) talks to Dr. David Jones, Associate Professor in the Department of Health Law, Policy and Management at the Boston University School of Public Health. An expert in health care politics, Dr. Jones explains the history and importance of bipartisan support in health policy and discusses how it relates to his current research on social determinants of health and health equity in the U.S.”
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