The Friday Five – Top On Demand Episodes
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 SondCloud 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 three of our popular podcasts and two of our radio shows.
Here are the most played episodes now on-demand:
#5 – Steve Wigginton on Payment Matters
Host Jeff Lin is joined by Steve Wigginton, CEO of Icario, to discuss how health plans can use smarter communications, driven by data and AI, to improve consumer outcomes and experiences.
Follow and join the conversation with #PaymentMatters.
#4 – Dr. Glenn Littenberg on The Scope with Dr. K
Dr. K sits down with Dr. Glenn Littenberg, Chief Medical Officer of inSite Digestive Healthcare, to discuss how AI will affect gastroenterology, the future of his practice, and his work with American GI organizations/societies.
Follow and join the conversation with #SonarMD.
#3 – Lisa Bari on The Incrementalist
Host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick welcomes Lisa Bari, CEO of SHIEC, to discuss how COVID19 has amplified the need for HIE’s. How states with good HIE’s were able to stand up resources for the pandemic faster. And how HIEs are helping improve distribution of health resources to match needs and fight inequity.
Follow and join the conversation with #TheIncrementalist.
#2 – Beth Mindt, RN, ACO-RN and Dr. Rajohn Karanjai on Health Care by the Numbers:
Host Todd Searls and co-host Jade Jagers are joined by Beth Mindt, RN, ACO-RN Patient Care Coordinator, Diabetes Self-Management Education Director and Dr. Rajohn Karanjai, Internal Medicine Physician and Co-Chief Medical Officer at Sidney Health Center in Sidney, Montana. Together, they discuss the current state of population health, and how maximizing the use of HCC coding, clinical workflows, and collaborative teamwork can be a key to ACO success. Their conversation focuses on first-hand knowledge and lessons learned with successful practice integration under value-based care.
Follow and join the conversation with #HCBTNpod.
#1 – Dr. Amy Abernathy on Tuning Healthcare
This episode features Dr. Amy Abernethy, an internationally recognized oncologist, health data expert and digital health leader. Dr. Abernethy was recently the Principal Deputy Commissioner and Acting Chief Information Officer for the United States Food and Drug Administration. She also held positions of Chief Medical Officer and Chief Scientific Officer at Flatiron, as well as, Professor of Medicine at Duke University School of Medicine. Dr. Abernethy has written over 500 publications, spanning many topics, including real-world data and evidence, clinical trials, health policy, and patient-centered care.
Follow and join the conversation with #TuningHealthcare.