Becker's Healthcare Podcast is an exciting new podcast from Becker's Healthcare which features interviews and conversations with the latest in thought leadership in the healthcare industry.
This episode features Dr. James Kravec, Market Chief Clinical Officer at Mercy Health Lorain and Mercy Health Youngstown. Here, he discusses his focus on strategy & managing patient care, what the health system of the future looks like, pricing relating to cost, and more.
This episode features Erik Decker, Assistant Vice President & Chief Information Security Officer at Intermountain Healthcare. Here, he discusses keeping up with the evolution of cyber security threats in healthcare.
This episode features William Carroll, Vice President of Acute Care & Infusion Pharmacy Programs. Here, he discusses the importance of taking advantage of opportunities, his focus on recruiting & retaining great staff, & more.
This episode features Ayla Ellison, Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Hospital Review. Here, she discusses a recent review of hospital & health system credit rating reports, and the continued trend of layoffs & scaling back of services.
Tune into this episode featuring Jonas Goldstein, Vice President, Strategy and Commercial at Vim. Find out why payers and providers are investing in point-of-care solutions that integrate with traditional EHRs at scale, potential use cases for payer-provider partnerships, and his predictions for the future of value-based care. Jonas also discusses how Vim has grown, its success in signing its 500th provider organization to its flagship technology, and the lessons the company has learned along the way. This episode is sponsored by Vim.
In this episode we are joined by Dr. Shafiq Rab, Chief Digital Officer and System Chief Information Officer for Tufts Medicine, to discuss the impetus behind digital transformation at Tufts Medicine, the pillars of a thriving digital health ecosystem, the next stop on the digital transformation journey and more. This episode is sponsored by AWS.
Rick Shumway, President & Chief Executive Officer at Stanford Health Care - ValleyCareStanford, joined the podcast to discuss Amazon's purchase of One Medical, how care delivery is going to have to change in order for hospitals & health systems to survive, and more.
Laura Dyrda, Vice President & Editor in Chief at Becker's ASC Review and Becker's Spine Review rejoined the podcast to discuss Biden signing the CHIPS Act and the ongoing feud between Tenet & Steward after their $1.1B deal.
This episode features Nathan Kaufman, Managing Director at Kaufman Strategic Advisors and Matterhorn Strategic Advisors. Here, he discusses healthcare expenses growing faster than revenue due to inflation & lack of reimbursement, advice for health systems to mitigate costs & grow revenue, and more.
This episode features Debbie Ford, Chief Nursing Officer at Ochsner Health. Here, she discusses designing new care models, using technology to help ease the burden for bedside providers, building community health centers for at-risk populations, and more.
Tune into this episode featuring Matt McCormick for insight on the behavioral health crisis. Learn about the shortage of psychiatrists that exists, how technology can help reduce the burden on staff, and much more.This episode is sponsored by Amwell
This episode features Cindy Bo, Senior Vice-President, Delaware Valley Strategy and Business Development at Nemours. Here, she discusses her work at Nemours, a TEDx Talk she gave on business lessons she learned by age 5 from her immigrant parents, and more.
No healthcare organization is fully insulated from the economic challenges wrought by the pandemic and other recent industry disruptions. In the current environment, revenue cycle management has become even more high stakes. Without a sophisticated approach to RCM, health systems risk potential financial catastrophe. The good news is health systems don't have to go it alone — there are tools and partnerships healthcare leaders can leverage to improve financial performance. But how can leaders determine which partnerships will be most beneficial for their organization? Join recently retired vice president of revenue cycle at Ascension, Nola Wyatt, in a reflection of her career as she answers this question.This episode is sponsored by R1 RCM.
This episode features Andrea Lee Linna, Partner at McGuireWoods, LLP. Here she discusses the House of Representatives passing the Advancing Telehealth Beyond COVID-19 Act, an OIG Special Fraud Alert about the heightened risk of fraud and abuse with telehealth companies, and more.
This episode features Dr. David Custodio, SVP, President, Summa Akron City & St. Thomas Hospitals at Summa Health. Here, he discusses his transition from practicing physician to leadership, the importance of being a good listener, engaging patients & providers, and more.
In today's episode, we are joined by Damien P. Alagia, MD, MS, MBA, Chief Clinical Officer of Health Systems at Quest Diagnostics, to discuss the role of diagnostic testing in patient care. Tune in to learn more about the integration of diagnostic testing, common challenges health systems face when expanding their diagnostics strategy across the care continuum and how success is defined.This episode is sponsored by Quest Diagnostics.
This episode features Dr. David Custiodo, SVP, President, Summa Akron City & St. Thomas Hospitals at Summa Health. Here, he discusses his transition from practicing physician to leadership, the importance of being a good listener, engaging patients & providers, and more.
This episode features Laura Dyrda, Vice President & Editor in Chief at Becker's ASC Review and Becker's Spine Review. Here, she discusses health plans & insurers focusing more on data & personalization, payers' prices becoming public, and more.
In this episode we are sponsored by Clay Ritchey, Chief Executive Officer of Verato, to discuss what is driving digital transformation, what health system's response is to this drive, how Verato is partnering with health systems to strategize and more. This episode is sponsored by Verato.
This episode features Joseph Zasa, Managing Partner & Founder at ASD Management, which manages outpatient multispecialty and specialty ASCs. Here, he discusses his book “Financial Wisdom for Physicians Running a Successful Practice, Managing Your Personal Finances & Investing for Success”.
This episode features Anita Jenkins, Chief Executive Officer at Howard University Hospital/AdventistHealthCare. Here, she discusses what led her to Howard University Hospital, how they are fighting disparities in healthcare, the importance for emerging leaders to be flexible with their thinking, and more.
This episode features Michelle Cooper, Executive Vice President, Chief Compliance Officer at CommonSpirit Health. Here, she discusses what led her to work in compliance, cyber security & data analytics, the importance of seeking out good mentors, and more.
This episode features Liz Popwell, Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer at Stony Brook Medicine. Here, she joins the podcast to discuss the transition into and what led her to take on her new role at Stony Brook Medicine,
This episode features Julie Sprengel, Division President at CommonSpirit Health - Southern California. Here, she discusses resilience & perseverance in times of adversity, the importance of community partnerships, what led her to health system leadership, and more.
This episode features Dr. Sanjay Shetty, President at Steward Health Care System. Here, he discusses what led him to Steward Health, what the healthcare system of the future looks like, his focus on the health & wellness of staff, and more.
This episode features Leslie Boles, Co-Owner & President at Revu Healthcare. Here, she discusses her work at Revu Healthcare, a female & minority owned healthcare consulting firm, the importance of networking, blazing the trail for young women, and more.
Beth Cavenaugh, Hospice and Palliative Nurse at PeaceHealth & End of Life Educator at Beth Cavenaugh LLC, joins the podcast to talk about her book “The Power and Pain of Nursing”, having compassion & being mindful while providing care, and more.
This episode features Stuart Archer, Chief Executive Officer at Oceans Healthcare. Here, he discusses what he is currently seeing in behavioral health, how Oceans Healthcare works with their community, their different partnerships, and more.
In this episode we are joined by Jason Haselhuhn, Chief Revenue Officer of PrimaHealth Credit, to discuss why providers juggle many different finance partners, how GreenSky exit affects providers, and how PrimaHealth Credit plans to address industry deficits.This episode is sponsored by PrimaHealth Credit.
This episode features Kevin Mahoney, Chief Executive Officer at University of Pennsylvania Health System. Here he discusses pandemic recovery, restructuring reimbursement in order for hospitals to survive, what role hospitals and health systems play in social issues, and more.
In this episode we are joined by Paul Shorrosh, Founder and CEO at AccuReg to discuss the challenges and causes of authorization denials, and real-world strategies to automate determination, submission and retrieval to leave no-authorization denials behind, increase staff efficiency and improve patient engagement and financial experience.This episode is sponsored by AccuReg.
This episode features Aaron Hajart, Southern Region SVP of Service Line and Practice Integration at RWJBarnabas Health. Here, he discusses his transition into his new role at RWJBarnabas Health, his passion for mentoring, the return to service lines as a core part of strategy, and more.
Sriram Vissa, Vice President Medical Affairs and Chief Medical Officer at SSM Health DePaul Hospital, St. Louis, MO joined the podcast to discuss recalibrating after the brunt of the pandemic, minimizing hospital acquired infections, SSM Health's new partnership with Optum, and more.
Ayla Ellison, Editor-in-Chief at Becker's Hospital Review joined the podcast to discuss what the AHA is saying about CMS releasing their proposed payment rules for 2023, and health systems trying to recoup the funds from employees that were overpaid due to a ransomware attack back in December.