Host Catherine Short (@1sthcc) talks with Kristy Grant-Hart, Founder and CEO of Spark Compliance Consulting about her brand-new book, “How to have a Wildly Successful Career in Compliance.” Hear about how her book is great for those who are curious about becoming part of the compliance profession, but don’t know what the options are, or how to get to a place in the profession where they want to go.
Host Matt Fisher chats with Christine Parent, Associate Vice President at Meditech. The discussion focuses on the background of electronic medical records, the role in assisting transition to value based care and future of functionality.
Hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with renowned addiction expert Dr. Tom McLellan, Founder and CEO of the Treatment Research Institute, committed to promoting evidence-based approaches to drug treatment and drug policy. He discusses addiction as a chronic disorder, the effectiveness of Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) for opioid and alcohol addiction, and the need to improve addiction medicine training for clinicians and health care providers.
Host Beth Houck (@bahouck) talks to Paresh K. Shah and Dr. Andrea Caliri from Mindleaf (@MindLeaf). These two experts are engaging clinicians and practice managers on a daily basis to institute processes and workflows that fit right into the day-to-day engagement in a medical practice. Their work has helped medical practices streamline measurement and workflows to give time back to apply toward patient engagement.
Host Carol Flagg talks to Stephanie Crabb, the Co-Founder and Principal at Immersive, a healthcare data life cycle management company. The conversation focuses on the emerging role of the Chief Data Officer and data governance best practices.
Host Carol Flagg's guests are James Muir, author of the Perfect Close, and Jane Bogue of Xtelligent Media. Part 2 - On this episode Carol continues her conversation with Muir and Bogue and the three dig a little deeper into closing techniques in the digital era.
Host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick talks to Won Chung MD. The discussion offers great insights around correlation with car model, marriage and beyond for health prediction. Linking our buying and social data to outcomes and then offering this for better interventions.
Host Jim Tate's guest is Karim Babay, the Chairman and CEO of HealthSapiens, a nationwide healthcare provider that delivers on-demand access to healthcare anytime, anywhere, via mobile devices, the internet, video and phone.
Hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with David Pogue, long-time personal tech critic and founder of Yahoo Tech. He discusses the great promise in the growth of consumer technology innovations - Apple Watch, Fitbit and voice recognition platforms like Alexa - to transform health care by informing and empowering consumers and providers.
Host Jeff Lin is joined by two security experts to discuss security and compliance in healthcare payments. Tune in as Jon Sternstein, and Noah Dermer answer questions about healthcare payment security, PCI compliance and what healthcare organizations needs to know about protecting data at their organization.
Host David Harlow, JD MPH (@healthblawg)discusses controlling role-based access as a strategy to mitigate risk; OCR decision in MD Anderson sends the message that encryption cannot be avoided; The recent LabCorp breach; Cases of criminal liability for HIPAA breaches.
Hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Shelley Lyford, CEO of the Gary and Mary West Foundation which is dedicated to reducing costs and improving care for America’s seniors. She discusses the launch of Civica Rx – a not for profit entity that will supply low-cost generic drugs to a consortium of partner foundations and hospitals to disrupt monopolies and price gouging in the pharmaceutical industry.
Host Matt Ferrari talks with Dr Aaron Friedman, Healthcare & Life Sciences Technical Lead, AWS Partner Network. They discuss how technology (specifically on the AWS cloud) is helping advance innovation in healthcare including genomics.
Host Matt Fisher chats with Niko Skievaski, co-founder and president of Redox, about healthcare startups, being an entrepreneur and following questions to develop solutions, state of investment into healthcare.
Host Justin Barnes aka @HITAdvisor, hosts a fascinating and insightful show with healthcare investor, Graham Osborn, regarding Graham’s research on the “10 blind spots for angel investors and entrepreneurs”.
Hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Iyah Romm, CEO of Cityblock Health, a venture with Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs aimed at improving care and outcomes for underserved populations in urban areas by deploying tech-based solutions supporting patients and care teams. He talks about Cityblock’s development of digital and telehealth tools that enable real time monitoring of patient data, and a network of interventions addressing social determinants of health.
Host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick talks to Khan Siddiqui, MD CMO for Higi. GPS innovation, medical imaging and the fact that this created technology now used in the Kinect and Gaming AI is better than a 5th Grader. The Higi Insights and potential for this data and its impact on health.