The Friday Five – Top On Demand Episodes
2021 Third Quarter Results
HealthcareNOW Radio streams programming 24/7, with a focus on health information technology and healthcare delivery. The station averages 38,000 U.S. listeners per month; our SoundCloud channel averages 30,000 plays per month. This week’s Friday Five lists the most played episodes on our SoundCloud channel within the last three months including four of our popular podcasts and one of our radio shows.
Here are the most played episodes now on-demand:
#5 – Overrated and Underused: Influencer Marketing
On Overrated and Underused hosts Jen Jennings, Tom Testa and special guest Adrienne Stoner dive into a very hot industry topic – Influencer Marketing. Influencers have been a part of marketing for a long time, but have become a more desirable trend in the age of social media. Tune in as our hosts debate what they consider influencers, how influencers play a role in a healthcare B2B environment, the best ways to connect with and “influence the influencers,” and ultimately what are the most overrated and underused aspects of an influencer marketing program!
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#4 – HealthLaw HotSpot: Fiona McEntee – Impact of Immigration Laws on HC Professionals & Entrepreneurs
On HealthLaw HotSpot host Ericka Adler, Roetzel shareholder and Health Law Practice Group Leader, is joined by Fiona McEntee, Managing Attorney at the McEntee Law Group, for a discussion of immigration challenges doctors, dentists and other health care professionals face when becoming employed in the U.S. They also take an in-depth look the struggle to attract and keep health care entrepreneurs and their health care innovations in the country under the current immigration system and startup visa options.
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#3 – Healthcare Rap: Tell Better Stories, Win Better Prospects
On Healthcare Rap Todd Hartley, CEO of WireBuzz, is in the house to share some provocative thinking about selling in healthcare. When marketers are struggling, is it really because their prospects have short attention spans, or is it because their business stories just suck? Get ready for some truth bombs about what happens when marketers stop innovating, what it means to create rabbit holes, and how to get rid of one-size-fits-all marketing techniques. All that, plus the Flava of the Week about how healthcare is at a crossroads.
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#2 – Tell Me Where IT Hurts: Jessica Cox from Holy Name Medical Center
On Tell Me Where IT Hurts 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. This is all exclusive, breaking industry news, and unique in the industry, so make sure not to miss this story.
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#1 – Value-Based Care Insights: How to Build Rapport Among Financial Leaders and Physicians
On Value-Based Care Insights host Daniel Marino invites Steven Berger and George Mayzell to share: How to get physicians involved in both clinical and financial outcomes; How hospitals have to manage different perspectives to boost revenue; put both clinical and financials under the same umbrella to achieve; Why CFOs have not traditionally worked well with physicians and how it needs to change.
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