Newly Released Podcasts 7-29-21
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New Podcast Episodes
We see it every day; needless lives lost and wasted money from the current trial and error approach to medication use. In fact, 275,000 or more lives are lost and at least $528 billion dollars are wasted yearly due to non-optimized medication use. Get the Medications Right Institute’s (@GTMRxInstitute) podcast, Voices of Change features leaders who have knowledge, experience and ideas to solve this urgent need to getting the medications right.
In this episode, Cheryl Larson, president and CEO of the Midwest Business Group on Health (MBGH), a non-profit organization of over 130 mid to jumbo, self-funded, regional and multi-state, public and private employers, joins GTMRx Institute’s Executive Director and Co-founder, Katie Capps, to discuss how employers can work to get the medications right.
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Tuning Healthcare brings industry experts together to discuss the defining opportunities in healthcare. Discussion topics include: industry disruption, the pace of change from volume to value, evolving primary care models, the importance of scale, operational capabilities and technology, changing dynamics between payers and providers, the push for downside risk and more.
In this episode Lumeris (@lumeris) SVP Nigel Ohrenstein talks to Anthony Del Rio, the President of Rush Health, the Clinically Integrated Network of Rush University System for Health (RUSH). As Senior Associate General Counsel and Managing Director at RUSH, Anthony also oversaw the Business Development and Transactions team, where he managed multiple hospital affiliations and joint ventures with large healthcare entities.
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Brought to you by Medicomp Systems (@MedicompSys), Tell Me Where IT Hurts, host Dr. Jay Anders sits down with experts from across healthcare and technology to discuss ways to improve EHR usability for end users. Dr. Anders and his guests explore opportunities to enhance clinical systems to make them work better for clinicians, reduce burnout, maximize revenue potential, and drive better patient care outcomes.
Dr. Anders interviews Jessica Cox, RN, BSN, Director of Product Solutions at Holy Name Medical Center in Teaneck New Jersey. Jessica was one of the leaders at Holy Name who made the astonishing decision to design and develop their own home-grown Hospital Information System, starting with the Emergency Department, in the middle of a global pandemic. In this interview she pulls away the curtains behind how all the decisions were made, why and how they were able to pull it off, how successful the go-live has been during the pandemic and what all of their critical requirements were, and the bruises and bumps that they took during this unprecedented undertaking.
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Stay up to date with Follow the (Medical) Record, hosted by MRO’s (@MROCorp) health information management (HIM) expert, Don Hardwick. Listeners hear healthcare experts give insights into the increasing importance of following a patient’s medical record through the health ecosystem, with compliance, privacy, security and efficiency front and center.
On this episode Hardwick welcomes back Rita Bowen MRO’s VP of Privacy, Compliance and HIM Policy to discuss the increasing OCR penalties regarding patient access.
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Medical device processing is critically important to the safety of patients everywhere. Ask the Educator, a podcast from Healthmark Industries (@HmarkNews) is about answering questions and sharing knowledge related to sterile processing, endoscopy, infection prevention, biomedical engineering, leadership, and products.
On this episode, Kevin Anderson, BSN, Clinical Education Coordinator for Healthmark Industries welcomes Stephen Kovach who talks about a simple quality management tool that can be used to proactively increase quality and safety before it reaches the patient, the tray quality audit! The premise builds upon goals of improving health while also beginning to meet patients where they are.
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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).
It’s season 6, y’all! Join Jared and Zain as they kick off the new season with some provocative thinking about the need for a new toolset in healthcare. Our Job To Be Done is to operationalize consumer-first healthcare, and to make it happen we need more than just white boards and PowerPoints. We need a new community that’s ready to roll up their sleeves and dig in. All that, plus the Flava of the Week about how the new toolset helps us build 21st century businesses and experiences.
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The Roetzel (@Roetzel_Andress) HealthLaw HotSpot is a podcast for physicians and health professionals that covers the legal issues and trends that affect the health care industry. The Roetzel HealthLaw HotSpot Podcast is made available by the Firm and its attorneys for educational purposes and to provide general information, not to provide specific legal advice.
On this episode, host Ericka Adler, Roetzel shareholder and Health Law Practice Group Leader, is joined by Adam Hirsch, Roetzel business litigation attorney, for Part 1 of an overview of noncompete clauses and how they are used in contracts with healthcare professionals. Ericka and Adam discuss the importance of carefully reviewing the language of noncomplete clauses for both practitioners and providers for reasonable, targeted restrictions, and also look at the changing legal and healthcare practice landscapes to see how new rulings and technological developments, including the use of telehealth, impact the enforceability of the clauses.
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