Newly Released Podcasts 2-6-20
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New Podcast Series
We are excited to have Tuning Healthcare join our HealthcareNOW Radio network of healthcare podcast shows. Hosted by Lumeris (@lumeris) Senior Vice President Nigel Ohrenstein, each episode brings industry experts discussing the defining opportunities in healthcare.
In this episode of Tuning Healthcare, Ryan Panchadsaram, the former U.S. Deputy Chief Technology Officer and now advisor at renowned venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins, shares insights across technology, disruption, and winners in the future healthcare system. Listen to Ryan and Nigel Ohrenstein, Senior Vice President at Lumeris, talk about why data transparency is key to achieving value-based healthcare, what the healthcare industry can learn from the Ubers and Airbnbs of the world, two things today’s most successful healthcare companies have in common, and who will win and lose in the new healthcare system.
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New Podcast Episodes
How would you benefit if your relationship with your doctor was described as “Netflix meets Costco?” Direct Primary Care, or DPC, is a new way of providing primary care that is making good on its promise to help people stay healthier and spend less on healthcare. On this new episode of Paradigm Shift of Healthcare, the trio of Michael Roberts (@michaelwroberts), Scott Zeitzer and Jared Johnson (@jaredpiano) chat with Dr. Kirby Farnsworth, owner of Simply Direct Health, who shares the story of what attracted him to choose DPC over traditional primary care models, how he can provide many medications at or near cost, and why referring physicians love it just as much as patients.
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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. On this episode, Emily sits down with Jeffrey (JD) Syrek, Vice President of System Contracting and Contract Finance at The New England Quality Care Alliance (NEQCA) and Tufts Medical Center. With over 25 years’ experience in healthcare financing, provider incentives and contracting, JD shares important considerations for insurers and healthcare systems as they work to achieve successful ACO implementation.
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