Harlow on Healthcare episode NOW on Demand. Host David Harlow talks with Michael Fraser, Ph.D., is CEO of the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials and Mark Levine, M.D. is the Commissioner of Vermont’s Department of Health.
ICYMI: On Day 9 of our 12 Days of Christmas Posts we are dancing and celebrating the women in health IT. And what better way to hear what they have to say than check out our radio archives for some on-demand episodes.
Harlow on Healthcare episode NOW on Demand. Host David Harlow talks with Joyce Lee MD MPH, a pediatric endocrinologist on the faculty at the University of Michigan.
The timing of our 3rd annual Interoperability Panel Discussion couldn’t be better, following in the wake of National Health IT Week in October. Healthcare attorney David Harlow will once again be our moderator during this 75-minute webcast. Register today!
This week’s Friday Five offers thoughts and advice about cybersecurity from industry leaders in honor of National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Healthcare Now Radio uses SoundCloud to house our shows’ archives and we’ve been tracking which shows get the most listens. See what all the fuss is about and check out the top five shows played in March.
This week’s Friday Five is dedicated to our hosts David Harlow, JDMPH, Matt R. Fisher, Dr. Nick van Terheyden, Beth Houck and Jeff Lin and their upcoming participation at HIMSS18.
By David Harlow JD MPH – As Chief Medical Officer at BaseHealth, Dr. Nick van Terheyden (aka Dr. Nick) serves as the voice of the physician at the company. He provides strategic insights in product development and marketing as BaseHealth works to bring to market a predictive, evidence-based and data-driven population health management platform.
By David Harlow – Dave Chase, co-founder of the Health Rosetta Institute, is seeking to identify and scale successes in health care that deliver on the Quadruple Aim. He is focused on the current state of the healthcare industry as an “extractive” industry, and the need to change it by changing health care benefits and services purchasing behavior among the country’s employers.