Newly Released Podcasts 4-30-20
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New Podcast Episodes
Each episode of Tuning Healthcare brings industry experts discussing the defining opportunities in healthcare. In this episode of Tuning Healthcare, step into a doctor’s office and listen to Dr. Tom Hastings talk about his practice with Lumeris (@lumeris) Senior Vice President Nigel Ohrenstein as they discuss a day in the life of an accountable primary care physician, team-based care, the importance of finding what is of value for patients, advice for physicians new to value-based models, what is a Collaborative Payer, the importance of ongoing learning, transparency and continuous improvement, and what to change in today’s healthcare system.
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Now is the time for physicians to review their business models, consider new opportunities, and address payment trends head on, according to Dr. Tom Davis, founder and principal at TED Consulting. As the payment world grows more complex and unclear, the path to success comes by understanding which financial aspects of your practice you can control, and which ones you can’t. 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) chat with Dr. Davis who explains how to see the opportunities, rather than the challenges, associated with telehealth, cash-pay services, Medicare Advantage, and the pandemic.
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The HealthChangers podcast, presented by Cambia Health Solutions (@Cambia), shares real stories of health care transformation, from those who are experiencing it and those helping to make health care more personalized. On this episode, COVID-19 Puts Spotlight on Recognizing, Thanking and Supporting Caregivers. Until recently, there were 44 million caregivers in the United States. Now, in the midst of a global pandemic, we are all caregivers. Caregivers include medical teams, grocery workers, truck drivers and others – working to find balance, trying to perform at work, while not jeopardizing the care provided to their loved ones. In this episode of HealthChangers, we spoke with two people who are working to provide caregivers the support and recognition they need to perform well amid some of the most challenging conditions they’ll ever face. Peggy Maguire leads Cambia’s companywide palliative care and caregiver strategy, and Alex Drane is the co-founder of Archangels, a national movement recognizing and honoring caregivers.
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