Newly Released Podcasts 6/8/22
Don’t miss a beat and be sure to catch all of our newly released episodes from syndicated podcast shows on Healthcare NOW Radio. To hear the very latest releases check out Roberta’s Weekend Playlist. Our podcast syndications do not play on our radio station but go straight to our HCNRadio SoundCloud Channel. Here is what has been newly released.
New Podcast Episodes
Rated one of the top 30 Best Digital Health Podcasts by FeedSpot, The Digital Patient takes an “edu-taining” approach to all things digital patient care. On this show hosts Dr. Joshua Liu (@joshuapliu), and Alan Sardana talk with healthcare, technology, and innovation leaders about the latest advancements in digital health, trends in digital transformation, and strategies for optimizing the patient experience. The podcast is brought to you by SeamlessMD (@seamlessmd).
On this episode, hosts Alan Sardana & Dr. Joshua Liu speak with Dr. Michael Radtke, Associate Chief Medical Informatics Officer at Intermountain Healthcare, about “Implementing Digital Coaches for Patients, Using AI-based Voice Technology to Reduce Physician Burnout & Why Listening is the Most Important Skill for a Digital Leader.
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Accelerate your success with insights from a multidisciplinary team of healthcare leaders in this lively podcast series, Ambulatory Healthcare Today. Experts in healthcare strategy, regulatory affairs, population health, patient engagement, and interoperability share ideas about how to navigate the challenges from COVID-19 and the ‘new normal’ to value-based care. This podcast is hosted by the NextGen Advisors (@nextgen), a multidisciplinary team of healthcare experts dedicated to using industry-leading, data-driven advisory practices.
On this episode hosts Dr. Martin Lustick and Graham Brown invite NextGen Healthcare’s Product Solution Manager, Travis West, to chart the rise of “interoperability” in this first podcast of a two-part series.
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Consumer experiences, major disruptors, and AI tech are shaping healthcare for years to come. Healthcare NOW Radio’s newest podcast, Hello Healthcare, brought to you by Actium (@actiumhealth) and hosted by Chris Hemphill (@luketrailrunner), dives deep on these issues with leaders who are driving change.
Join host Chris Hemphill and Craig Kartchner, AVP of Marketing and Customer Experience at HonorHealth, as they highlight the building blocks of culture, leadership, and organizational shifts in metrics and mentality.
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The Digital Health Experience has to change, and it’s time to do something about it. Each week, the flavorful duo of #digitalhealth influencers Jared Johnson and Zain Ismail challenges the status quo of healthcare marketing and technology in their unique style. If you want to stay entertained, informed, and inspired by the industry’s top innovative thinkers, join the movement with Healthcare Rap (@HealthcareRap).
Dr Faisel Syed, National Director for Primary Care at ChenMed, shares some provocative thinking about addressing primary care from outside the fee-for-service model.
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Hosted by Dan Marino, Value-Based Care Insights, a podcast that explores how to optimize the performance of programs to meet the demands of an increasing value-based care payment environment, highlights recognized experts in the field and within Lumina Health Partners (@luminahp).
On this episode of Value-Based Care insights, host Daniel J. Marino discusses ways to identify areas of opportunity and increase the revenue cycle performance with revenue cycle leaders, Cecilia Gonzalez and Rachel Greenspan.
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Presented by Trusted Health (@trustedhealth), The Handoff is a podcast that dives into the most pressing topics in nursing, from burnout and mental health to diversity in nursing to the latest clinical innovations. Each episode features discussions that will help nurses and nurse leaders do their jobs better, whether that’s at the bedside, managing a unit or an entire health system.
Dr. Nurse Dan Weberg and Bonnie Clipper, nurse futurist, thought leader and Chief Clinical Officer at Wambi, tackle some weighty topics, including retention, workforce management, applying more technology and automation to nursing, and why she’s no longer a fan of Florence Nightingale.
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