Tune In for Nurses On the Air This Week
National Nurses Week begins today and the celebration continues through Florence Nightingale’s birthday on Sunday, May 12th. In honor of this special week HealthcareNOW Radio made sure to include some inspiring and knowledgeable nurses as guests on a few of our favorite shows. Be sure to check out the line-up below and tune in this week. 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:
The Tate Chronicles
Show rebroadcasts at 3:30am, 11:30am, and 7:30pm ET every weekday
From border to border and coast to coast and all the ships at sea. Tune in to hear your correspondent Jim Tate (@JimTate) on The Tate Chronicles. Join him as he cuts through the fog and static that exists at the leading edge of healthcare technology. Come with him as he explores emerging technologies that hold potential to bring beneficial disruptions to healthcare.
On this week’s episode, Tate interviews Gigi Sorenson, Chief Clinical Officer and Vice President of Operations for GlobalMed. Gigi is a RN and holds a MSN degree. She has a deep background in telehealth, telemedicine, and remote patient monitoring.
Harlow on Healthcare
Show rebroadcasts at 8:30 am, 4:30 pm and 12:30 am ET every weekday.
Tune in to Harlow on Healthcare to hear healthcare attorney and award-winning blogger David Harlow (@healthblawg) and his guests discuss the critical issues shaping the future of health IT and healthcare at large. From cybersecurity to AI, precision medicine to health reform, if the topic is trending Harlow is on it.
On this week’s episode, hear Nurses Jeannette Ball and Dana Bensinger from CTG discuss EHR implementations as a vehicle to advance value-based care and learn about other real-world opportunities for change and improvement.
NEW on #HarlowOnHC @healthblawg‘s #HIMSS19 interviews w/ Jeannette Ball & Dana Bensinger from CTG looking at #EHR implementations as a vehicle to advance #valuebasedcare & more #HCNowRadiohttps://t.co/DCVmJjtE0q pic.twitter.com/EdBG87abRF
— HealthcareNOWradio (@HCNowRadio) May 3, 2019
Voices in Value-Based Care
Show rebroadcasts at 5:00am, 1:00pm and 9:00pm ET every weekday.
Tune in to hear value-based programs expert Beth Houck (@bahouck) and her guests discuss the challenges, opportunities, and best practices for reporting under MACRA’s Quality Payment Program on Voices in Value=Based Care. Whether you’re participating in MIPS or as an APM, Beth and her guests will give keen insights and share real world experiences and use cases to help you be successful in 2018 and beyond.
On this week’s episode, Beth talks to Deanna Parker, RN Vice President for Emergency Services at Hardin Memorial Hospital, about a recent initiative to improve staff communication in a way that positively impacts overall patient care.
Show rebroadcasts at 4:00 am, 12 noon, and 8:00 pm ET every weekday.
For years Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick (@healthblawg), has served as a voice on the impact of new technologies on healthcare, earning a reputation as a leading authority on where the future of medicine is going. Combining powers of observation and real world experience, Dr. Nick has seen many predictions come true and makes the case that innovations in healthcare can be accomplished incrementally, not just by moonshot events. Tune in to The Incrementalist to hear Dr. Nick and his guests discuss what the future of healthcare looks like, how we will get there, and what it will take to improve healthcare for all.
On this episode, Dr. Nick talks to Paul Coyne, Founder of Inspiren, about bedside monitoring that can sense activities and individuals to show actual care and even potentially read data from interaction to save documentation and keep tabs on patient and interaction with caregivers. Coyne has a background in nursing.
NEW THIS WEEK on #TheIncrementalist Dr. Nick @drnic1 talks to Paul Coyne, Founder of Inspiren, about bedside monitoring that can sense activities & keep tabs on patients & interaction w/ caregivers
#HCNowRadio #patientmonitoring #patientsafety https://t.co/kMc8k4LsMm pic.twitter.com/cpa3Nt7Foq
— HealthcareNOWradio (@HCNowRadio) May 6, 2019