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Becker's Women's Leadership Podcast is an exciting new podcast from Becker's Healthcare which features interviews and conversations designed to empower meaningful dialogue, the exchange of ideas and best practices on what works for women’s advancement.

Becker's Women's Leadership Podcast is an exciting new podcast from Becker's Healthcare which features interviews and conversations designed to empower meaningful dialogue, the exchange of ideas and best practices on what works for women’s advancement.

Location:

United States

Description:

Becker's Women's Leadership Podcast is an exciting new podcast from Becker's Healthcare which features interviews and conversations designed to empower meaningful dialogue, the exchange of ideas and best practices on what works for women’s advancement.

Language:

English


Episodes

Dr. Elizabeth Fox, SVP Clinical Trials Research, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

11/19/2022
This episode features Dr. Elizabeth Fox, SVP Clinical Trials Research, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Here, she discusses her focus on mentoring the next generation of clinicians, St. Jude Children’s research on innovative cellular therapies, how the pandemic has impacted clinical research, and more.

Duration:00:18:09

Pat Keel, EVP, CFO, & CAO at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

11/18/2022
In this episode, we are joined by Pat Keel, EVP, CFO, & CAO at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, to discuss her background, how she is looking at investments & growth, what makes St. Jude Children’s unique from other healthcare organizations, and more.

Duration:00:10:26

Renee Buckingham, President of Humana’s Primary Care Organization, a payer-agnostic subsidiary of Humana

11/13/2022
This episode features Renee Buckingham, President of Humana’s Primary Care Organization, a payer-agnostic subsidiary of Humana. Here, she discusses Humana being a value-based senior focused primary care group, how they adapted to survive the pandemic, ways they are addressing burnout, and more.

Duration:00:17:12

Andrea Eklund, Chief Compliance Officer & SVP at UnityPoint Health

11/5/2022
This episode features Andrea Eklund, Chief Compliance Officer & SVP at UnityPoint Health. Here, she discusses her focus on telehealth as a compliance officer, how she is looking at investments & growth, different ways she is preparing for the future, and more.

Duration:00:10:37

Qualenta Kivett, Executive Vice President, Chief People and Talent Officer at Tampa General Hospital

10/9/2022
This episode features Qualenta Kivett, Executive Vice President, Chief People and Talent Officer at Tampa General Hospital. Here, she discusses her background & what led her to Tampa General, her focus on continuing to evolve, and more.

Duration:00:14:45

Arianne Dowdell, VP & Chief DEI Officer at Houston Methodist

10/8/2022
This episode features Arianne Dowdell, VP & Chief DEI Officer at Houston Methodist. Here, she discusses diversity, equity and inclusion at Houston Methodist, what they’re focused on for the remainder of 2022 and beyond.

Duration:00:13:16

Lydia Jumonville, President and CEO at SCL Health

9/19/2022
This episode features Lydia Jumonville, President and CEO at SCL Health. Here, she joined the podcast to talk about the system's merger with Intermountain, what it means to be a faith-based health system and future growth.

Duration:00:23:07

Tracy Madden-McMahon, President and CEO at Nebraska Methodist Hospital Foundation

8/17/2022
This episode features Tracy Madden-McMahon, President and CEO at Nebraska Methodist Hospital Foundation. Here, she discusses how fundraising has changed in the past decade, how to know where to allocate funds, advice she would give to emerging leaders, and more.

Duration:00:15:56

Michellene Davis, President and CEO at National Medical Fellowships, Inc.

8/5/2022
This episode features Michellene Davis, President and CEO at National Medical Fellowships, Inc. Here, she discusses her work at National Medical Fellowships, the current status of minorities in medical school, how she is working to increase the number of minorities in medical school, and more.

Duration:00:14:33

Susan Gunderson, Chief Executive Officer at LifeSource

8/3/2022
This episode features Susan Gunderson, Chief Executive Officer at LifeSource. Here, she discusses her organization as a leading Organ Procurement Organization in the midwest. She goes on to share what organ procurement was like at the beginning of and during the pandemic, how they have made successful transplants with COVID-19 positive patients, and more.

Duration:00:12:44

Dr. Jocelyn Craig, Medical Director at MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center’s Pelvic Health Center

7/27/2022
This episode features Dr. Jocelyn Craig, Medical Director at MemorialCare Long Beach Medical Center’s Pelvic Health Center. Here, she discusses the need for collaborative care in medicine, the importance of self-care and continued education for physicians, pivotal moments in her career, and more.

Duration:00:10:33

2021 Price Transparency – A Roller Coaster Ride of “On Again” Compliance Requirements

7/26/2022
In this episode, Mike Morris, President and CEO, Xtend Healthcare and Linda Corley, Compliance Officer, Xtend Healthcare discuss the latest how-to s and how-not-to s on Price Transparency and relevant discussion in between.

Duration:00:18:41

Deanna Larson, President at Avel eCARE

7/18/2022
This episode features Deanna Larson, President at Avel eCARE. Here, she talks about how telemedicine has evolved, where it is headed, how it helps with workforce issues, and much more.

Duration:00:12:57

Mary Stewart, Chief Operating Officer at SIU Medicine

7/14/2022
This episode features Mary Stewart, Chief Operating Officer at SIU Medicine. Here, she discusses the different types of automation SIU Medicine is using to ease the stresses of COVID-19, the importance of employees that care, improving rural healthcare, and more.

Duration:00:08:14

Shelby Medina, CEO at Windom Area Hospital

7/12/2022
This episode features Shelby Medina, CEO at Windom Area Hospital. Here, she discusses the challenges of running a critical access hospital, staffing shortages exacerbated by the pandemic, the push for virtual and home health care, and more.

Duration:00:12:29

Diane Hansen, CEO at Palomar Health

7/4/2022
This episode features Diane Hansen, CEO at Palomar Health. Here, she discusses her transition from accounting and finance to healthcare leadership, leadership advice for others, attracting more talent to the healthcare field, and more.

Duration:00:09:43

Phyllis Teater, CIO of The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center

6/30/2022
Phyllis Teater, CIO of The Ohio State Wexner Medical Center, joined the podcast to talk about how health system IT teams are changing and how digital health is evolving.

Duration:00:09:55

Susan Murphy, Chief Experience Officer at University of Chicago - The Pritzker School of Medicine

6/22/2022
This episode features Susan Murphy, Chief Experience Officer at University of Chicago - The Pritzker School of Medicine. Here, she discusses how patient experience has been changing before and during the pandemic, understanding that needs may be different for different types of populations but kindness, compassion, and caring for is almost always what matters the most for all patients.

Duration:00:19:20

Barbara Joers, President and CEO at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare

6/7/2022
This episode features Barbara Joers, President and CEO at Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare. Here, she discusses the challenge of preventative health care efforts for children with the decline of immunizations due to lack of access during the pandemic, dealing with the workforce shortage, equity and inclusivity of pediatrics, and more.

Duration:00:14:37

Kristen Morris, Senior Vice President and Chief Government Relations Officer at Atrium Health

6/3/2022
This episode features Kristen Morris, Senior Vice President and Chief Government Relations Officer at Atrium Health. Here, she discusses the need for insurance coverage and access for healthcare, the importance of telemedicine during the pandemic and going forward, the significance of medical systems having shared access in order to protect rural and underserved areas, and much more.

Duration:00:22:07