Top 3 Soundcloud Listens in February
HealthcareNOW Radio’s live streaming audience exceeds 25,000 listeners a month. The station’s archive of podcast episodes on SoundCloud is approaching 10,000 plays per month. Below are the three episodes from February on our SoundCloud channel. Additionally, we have also provided three other ways to listen to our live station and explore all of our archived podcasts.
- Live stream our station on your Amazon Echo: Say “Alexa, play HealthcareNOW Radio Station.”
- Play iTunes Podcasts on your iPhone: Say “Hey Siri, search for HealthcareNOW Radio.”
- Other Podcast Platforms to find our archived episodes:
Here are February’s top episodes now on-demand:
#3 Healthcare de Jure: Security, Use & Integration of Wearables in Healthcare with Dustin Hutchison
On Healthcare de Jure, host Matt Fisher chats with Dustin Hutchison (
@DustinHutchison), President and COO of Pondurance ( @Pondurance.) They discuss broad state of security in healthcare, use and integration of wearables and connected devices, whether healthcare specific or consumer, into care delivery and privacy impact as well as care impact.
#2 Conversations on Health Care: Susannah Fox Analyzes Young Consumers’ Push Towards Digital Health
On Conversations on Healthcare, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter (@chcradio ) speak with renowned health industry analyst Susannah Fox (@SusannahFox ) who served as Chief Technology Officer at the US Department of Health and Human Services. Ms. Fox has been studying the growing impact of the internet on health care and discusses her recent report on how young health consumers are accelerating the adoption of digital technologies in the health care experience.
#1 Voices in Value-Based Care: Dr. Michael Sanders on Seeing Cost Reductions after Implementing AI
On Voices in Value-Based Care, host Beth Houck (@bahouck) talks to Dr. Michael Sanders, CMIO at Flagler Hospital (
@FlaglerHospital) in Saint Augustine, Florida. Hear about how the hospital implemented AI and are seeing reduction in costs, length of stays, and readmissions. The successful program has brought clinician buy in and participation beyond expectation. Now even the community has started to buy in. Learn why Dr. Sanders thinks the Community Hospital of today is creating the next generation of health care.