Newly Released Podcasts 3-12-20
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New Podcast Episode
Consumerism continues to redraw the lines for medicine, and nowhere is it more clear than in how business models are shifting for specialty providers and primary care providers alike. On this new episode of P3 Inbound’s (@p3Inbound) Paradigm Shift of Healthcare, the trio of Michael Roberts (@michaelwroberts), Scott Zeitzer and Jared Johnson (@jaredpiano) discuss pros and cons of new models for medical practices and whether or not they ultimately help patients receive better care. Learn how to identify the benefits, overcome the fear of change, and assess the risks and rewards of shifting business models with this timely and relevant episode.
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Popular Tracks on Sound Cloud
On this episode of Unlocking Accountable Care, host Emily George, RN, MPH, DrPH(c), Senior Consultant at Day Health Strategies (@DayHealthStrat), talks to Mike Cannella, Assistant General Counsel for the Massachusetts Health Connector. Prior to his current role, Cannella served as the Legislative Director and Counsel for Massachusetts State Senator James T. Welch. This episode is packed with interesting insights into Massachusetts’ legislative efforts to restructure the state’s Medicaid program.
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In this episode of the Voices of Change podcast, host Katie Capps, co-founder and executive director of the Get the Medications Right Institute (@GTMRxInstitute), talks to Paul Abramowitz, Pharm.D., the Chief Executive Officer of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). Dr. Abramowitz worked in hospitals and health-systems for 34 years and has actively combined practice, teaching, and research throughout his career. He has lectured and published extensively focusing on: the effect that pharmacists have on improving outcomes of care and reducing costs; developing new care models; reducing adverse drug events; and expanding comprehensive medication management to the ambulatory setting. Katie will also speak with C. Edwin Webb, Pharm.D. who serves as the senior policy advisor to the executive director and Board of Regents of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP), the national professional and scientific society of pharmacists providing leadership in clinical pharmacy practice, research and education. His portfolio has included federal legislative and regulatory advocacy and communications, professional and interorganizational affairs, and policy analysis, development, and implementation. Together, they share their insight on the future of care focusing on an interdisciplinary, patient-centered care team.
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