Newly Released Podcasts 8/9/23
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.
What Consumers Want brings the voice of the consumer to the healthcare conversation. Using research and insights, host Stephanie Douglass (@stephmdouglass), VP Marketing and Operations MDRG, and her guests explore key healthcare opportunities through the eyes of the end consumer. This podcast is brought to you by MDRG (@mdrg_inc), a market research firm that unlocks the whole mind for deeper insights.
Consumers want equitable healthcare, and on this episode, we explore the visionary leaders and grassroots start-ups leading the change. Hear from Karen Ashley of Providence about their strategic plan for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
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When it comes to how healthcare works in the U.S., one wonders, who designed it? Well, no one. And that’s the problem. On our newest podcast, Nordic’s (@Nordic_Global) In Network’s Podcast Feature: Designing for Health, Dr. Craig Joseph and Dr. Jerome Pagani speak with luminaries from across the health ecosystem about how to make healthcare work for humans.
Hosts Craig Joseph, MD, and Jerome Pagani, PhD, invite Seattle Children’s CIO Zafar Chaudry, MD. Dr. Chaudry shares his thoughts on the importance of communication and inclusivity in human-centered design, how data play a valuable role in health equity, why the 80/20 rule must be embraced, the benefits of a continuous improvement mindset, and interoperability.
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Tune in to Life-Centered Health Care, and join host Ann Somers Hogg, Senior Research Fellow at the Clayton Christensen Institute, as she discusses the application of disruptive innovation in health care and covers late Harvard professor Clayton Christensen’s other theories, and their potential to transform our health care ecosystem.
Join Mandy Major, Founder and CEO of Major Care, and host Ann Somers Hogg as they discuss the need for disruptive innovation in postpartum care, making doula care mainstream, and the benefits of making care as affordable and accessible as possible.
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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.
Host Don Hardwick interviews Mo Weitnauer, cheif product officer at MRO. Don and Mo discuss the need to exchange clinical data as it directly relates to medical records, including how release of information is becoming a strategic center for health systems.
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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).
Worlds collide as Reed Smith helps us understand his role as Chief Consumer Officer at Ardent Health Services. How is the role structured, what does success look like, and where do data and technology fit in?
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Healthusiasm is an international panel discussion on behaviours, innovations and trends in health and self-care hosted by Christophe Jauquet (@cjauquet), author of Healthusiasm and a global keynote speaker on health business. Every month, he discusses with a panel of experts the positive changes that are shaping the future of our health and happiness.
On this episode, the Healthusiasm panel debates:
-Whether healthcare marketplaces are a trillion-dollar opportunity
-How Neurotechnology could be a blessing and a curse
-If we pay enough attention to “”living with a disease”
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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.
Are non-competes still enforceable for physicians, dentists and other health care providers? Host, Ericka Adler is joined by fellow Roetzel shareholder Adam Hirsch, to discuss recent activity related to non-competes, particularly as it relates to the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) guidance.
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Tune in to What’s My Tagline? where we put the microphone in front of the healthcare marketing, sales, social media, and PR community. On the show, host Carol Flagg (@carolflagg) questions industry experts relative to their occupations on the impact of social media, the evolving role of content marketing, the critical factor of engagement to build brand loyalty, and more.
QHINs aren’t real..or are they? Host Carol Flagg talks with Kat McDavitt, President and Founder of Innsena, a consulting firm focused on the market growth and success of healthcare technology companies and community-based organizations.
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