The Friday Five – Top On Demand Episodes
In 2019 HealthcareNow Radio aired over 300 episodes and each one was eventually added to our archives where listeners had a second chance to hear those enlightening conversations. This week’s Friday Five highlights the top on demand episodes of the past year.
Luis Montes on Payment Matters
Host Jeff Lin is joined by Luis Montes, SVP of Strategic Partnerships at Casamba. They discuss payment models in healthcare and dive into the unique challenges facing post-acute care organizations.
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha on Conversations on Health Care
Hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Pediatrician and public health activist, Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, who exposed the Flint Water Crisis brought on by state and city officials who switched Flint’s water supply. She discusses her book on the crisis, “What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance and Hope in an American City” which exposes government efforts to deny their role, and the ongoing community-wide effort to address the public health crisis.
Maggie Ehrenfried on The Incrementalist
Host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick talks to Maggie Ehrenfried the Managing Director of Development for LifeNet. In the United States, there are over 35,000 emergency-care physicians, but there are no Uganda-trained emergency physicians. LifeNet International is an organization working hard across East Africa to change that with initiatives that are having impact.
Debut Episode of Chief Among Friends
Host Dr. Chris Hobson shares details on a new Report that reveals growing role HIEs play in integration of claims and clinical data. The findings from eHealth Initiative Foundation’s annual survey show majority of HIEs experiencing increasing payer demand for access to clinical data.
Remi Richard on Healthcare de Jure
Host Matt Fisher chats with Remi Richard, Cofounder and Head of Growth for Chronometriq. The discussion focuses on patient engagement and activation, including how to make access to information more convenient; differences between US and Canada in expectations about access to and delivery of healthcare.