System Execution Podcast
About This Show
The System Execution Podcast is focused on the strategy and systems behind today’s successful companies…with a twist…you don’t just get to see where someone is once and then never hear about them again. Instead, System Execution dives deep into the systems and processes businesses are using and developing today. Then, we check back with them over the year to see how things have changed and what they have learned. Getting your ideas off of the white board and into use takes critical decision making, creativity, and a learning curve through iterations. But these systems often mean the difference between success or failure for your company…And you get to see inside the process.
Your host, Vera Fischer, seeks out business leaders to share their tried and true systems and uncovers a variety of systems and processes, both simple and complex, to use in your organization. Are your systems ready to face the competition?
Proper systems. Proper execution. More sanity.
System Execution Podcast.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 8: Understanding the Healthcare Ecosystem, with Dr. Alan Pitt
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Alan Pitt, M.D., is a Professor at the Barrow Neurological Institute, one of the country’s premier centers of excellence for neuroscience. He has degrees from Stanford University (B.A 83) and the University Arizona (M.D 88). He did postgraduate training in Internal Medicine, Neurology, Radiology and Neuroradiology. Over the past two decades Dr. Pitt has worked at the nexus of computers and medicine, looking for better ways to stitch together our fragmented healthcare ecosystem. He passionately believes that by putting the patient in front of the right person, the patient’s fear and anxiety (and that of loved ones, the nurse, or generalist) can be mitigated by the reassurance such contact provides. This approach avoids needless tests, transfers and worry. In his efforts to transform healthcare, Dr. Pitt focuses on cloud-based solutions leveraging messaging and collaboration with sustainable business models. Dr. Pitt was the healthcare representative to the Digital Arizona Council, a group organized by the State of Arizona’s CIO. He is an adjunct professor for the ASU College of Nursing and Health Innovation and the University of Arizona College of Medicine/Phoenix. In addition to his clinical responsibilities, in 2014 Dr. Pitt was invited to serve as CMO for Avizia, a global provider of telehealth services. In 2011 he was awarded a $100,000 innovation grant from Dignity Health for (Mi)hospital, a novel cloud-based system for patient engagement. Dr. Pitt has been an invited speaker at the state and national level on issues related to telehealth and patient engagement. What you’ll learn about in this episode: Dr. Pitt’s background in Neuroradiology Why people with ideas to fix healthcare often fail The cultural nuances within healthcare that need to be understood if you’re actually going to execute on an idea Why you should accept in kind from a hospital that can’t offer cash What hospitals look for before they’ll offer an in kind partnership How a successful product would slowly expand through a hospital system Why you need to understand an entire ecosystem, and how Dr. Pitt sees this in practice in healthcare Dr. Pitt’s involvement with telemedicine His new podcast Healthcare Pittstop Ways to contact Vinay: Blog: www.heal