Newly Released Podcasts 7-30-20
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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. During the Coronavirus pandemic, Kaiser Permanente’s pharmacies saw a dramatic increase in services and rose to meet the needs of their members and staff in extraordinary fashion. In this episode GTMRx Institute’s Executive Director and Co-founder, Katie Capps, welcomes Amy Gutierrez, Pharm.D., to talk about some of the key learnings Kaiser Permanente gathered – and is still gathering – from the pandemic. Dr. Gutierrez’s expertise includes broad experience in pharmacy operations and technology, expanding the role of the pharmacist in practice, medication management, managed care, Federal 340B regulations and strategic planning and execution.
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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. In this episode of HealthChangers, a conversation between Cambia employees Laura Dyer and Peggy Maguire, who leads Cambia’s company-wide palliative care and caregiver strategy, on Laura’s experience working and caring for her young son during the pandemic while her spouse was on the front lines of the public health crisis. You’ll also hear a reflection from Alex Drane, the co-founder of Archangels, on how to #LookLoveLift caregivers during the time of coronavirus.
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It’s time to think differently about healthcare, but how do we keep up? Each week P3 Practice Marketing’s (@p3practicemktg) Paradigm Shift of Healthcare brings you the people and ideas that are changing the way we address our health. A lot of the work that ultimately affects a patient’s experience happens behind the scenes, but operations can be just as important to a practice’s financial viability as their patient care or marketing. On this new episode the trio of Michael Roberts (@michaelwroberts), Scott Zeitzer and Jared Johnson (@jaredpiano) discuss tips for providers to make operational improvements that can have an even greater impact during the pandemic. In this episode, you’ll learn opportunities for healthcare operations to be disrupted and ultimately more profitable in areas such as contracting with insurance plans, interactions with medtech companies, and referral agreements with primary care providers.
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Each episode of Tuning Healthcare brings industry experts discussing the defining opportunities in healthcare. In this episode Lumeris (@lumeris) Senior Vice President Nigel Ohrenstein talks to David Zaas, MD, MBA, the CEO of Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Health – Charleston Division and Chief Clinical Officer for MUSC Health, about why healthcare leaders must step up, with academic medical centers (AMCs) leading the way. Preserving the current fee-for-service business model is not sustainable. Instead, health systems need to manage more of the healthcare premium dollar, shift to a patient/customer-centric system, and partner with organizations to drive innovations that drive real change and address the needs of their communities.
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