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HIT Like a Girl Pod
30 minutes | Jul 14, 2021
Stephanie Denvir Talks HIMSS21
The first big gathering after the pandemic, Stephanie Denvir, VP of Engagement Strategies for HIMSS, shares what to expect from the Global Conference in Las Vegas next month.
34 minutes | Jul 7, 2021
HIT the Trails: Season 6 Preview
Joy and Shereese traveled the country to reconnect with the women in health IT as the pandemic begins to subside. When they landed at the Women's Rights National Historic Park in Seneca Falls, New York, they decided to share their experience of the HIT the Trails journey so far, through this historic lens.
54 minutes | Jun 9, 2021
Ladyboss Interview Series: Kat McDavitt & Mandira Singh
On this bonus episode of HIT Like a Girl pod, we host a conversation between two health IT pros: Kat McDavitt, Principal Advisor & Public Affairs Practice Head at Innsena Communications and Mandira Singh, COO at Collective Medical. Mandira has taken a very unique career path. She was born in Nepal, studied music in India, was recruited for college in the U.S. for opera, and then became an investment banker. She eventually found and fell in love with health IT.
50 minutes | Jun 2, 2021
Ladieboss Interview Series: Kat McDavitt & Jaime Bland
On this bonus episode of HIT Like a Girl pod, we host a conversation between two health IT pros: Kat McDavitt, Principal Advisor & Public Affairs Practice Head at Innsena Communications and Jaime Bland, CEO of CyncHealth. Jaime worked in Qatar for eight years as an operations manager for a troop medical clinic and then was called to serve her country back at home at the Veterans Health Administration in Minnesota. She has a very diverse background and a fascinating professional journey.
54 minutes | May 26, 2021
Ladyboss Interview Series: Kat McDavitt & Angela Ammons
On this special in-between-season episode of HIT Like a Girl pod we're calling the #Ladyboss Interview Series, we host a conversation between to bonafide health IT pros: Kat McDavitt, Principal Advisor & Public Affairs Practice Head at Innsena Communications and Angela Ammons, CEO of Clinch Memorial Hospital.Angela opens up about how not having a traditional educational background has influenced her work as a healthcare and hospital executive in rural Georgia.
2 minutes | May 12, 2021
It's Time to HIT the Trails
We’ll be driving through 25 states, hiking in some beautiful places across the country and meeting up with the women in our communities . We intend to record some podcasts for our next season - and really take the time to get out in nature, reconnect with each other, connect with ourselves and the great outdoors, and eventually end up at HIMSS in Vegas. Our hope is to get inspired and be the change we want to see in the world - whether at home, at work, or in our communities. We are all about strengthening our networks and supporting each other in these crazy times!
55 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Ladyboss Interview Series: Kat McDavitt & Miriam Paramore
On this special in-between-season episode of HIT Like a Girl pod, we host a conversation between to bonafide health IT pros: Kat McDavitt and Miriam Paramore.Connect with Kat & Miriam:Kat McDavitt: Twitter, LinkedInMiriam Paramore: Twitter, LinkedInHIT Like a Girl podcast is supported in part by listeners like you. Become a member of our private Slack community to get bonus content and take these conversations further at https://hitlikeagirlpod.com/community.Support the show by checking out our sponsors! This episode is brought to you by:Chirpy Bird, Inc. Many medical specialties require custom support when it comes to succeeding in value-based care programs. Chirpy Bird partners with specialists of all types. Learn more about their services. www.chirpybirdinc.com.Click here for a transcription of this episode.
24 minutes | Feb 24, 2021
This week, on the final episode of Season 5, we talk with Anne Arnold, Director of Education Programs at the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). She also recently earned a Doctorate of Education from University of Pennsylvania.
30 minutes | Feb 17, 2021
This week, we highlight Danielle Russella, President of Strategic Partnerships at Amwell. She’s worked closely with several organizations to implementing telemedicine and bringing telehealth to market at scale. Through her work, she’s been able to use technology to connect patients with trusted providers.
40 minutes | Feb 10, 2021
Patricia Pinckcombe, a firefighter, paramedic, and aspiring med student out of Philadelphia is such a badass, we get exhausted just listing her accomplishments. This week we talk with her about the way the health of black women is misunderstood and often mismanaged due to implicit bias. She also discusses how we can change the narrative.
29 minutes | Feb 3, 2021
Lee Udall Bennion
Join us this week as we talk with Lee Udall Bennion - well-known artist and founder of small business Mom’s Stuff. Lee talks to us about how - and why - she ended up turning a hobby of making homemade, locally-sourced salves to help her husband who is a potter and a boatman care for his beaten up hands, into a skincare product business. When she was diagnosed with Cushing’s Disease, it became clear that her family’s approach to simple living was no match against the U.S. healthcare insurance.
26 minutes | Jan 27, 2021
This week, we talk with Gwen Holloway, Founder of Healthcare IT Central, a leading health IT industry workforce and career development center, offering tools and resources to help candidates and employers connect, learn, and gain a competitive edge. After 20+ years of success as a digital marketer, content creator, and online community developer, Gwen has turned her focus exclusively to marketing and selling real estate, but she shares her lessons learned with our listeners.
26 minutes | Jan 13, 2021
This week we talk with Karen Horgan, Co-Founder and CEO of VAL Health. Using behavioral economics as the cornerstone of their practice, Karen and her team work on solving issues throughout the whole healthcare ecosystem - payers, digital health, pharma, and more. Join us as Karen shares how the implementation of VAL Health’s behavioral-economics science works to provide their clients with a long-lasting impact.
40 minutes | Jan 6, 2021
This week we talk with Amy Schmid, Director of Strategic Accounts, at Inform Diagnostics - an anatomical pathology company based out of Irving, Texas. Amy is one of the most positive people we’ve met in the healthcare industry and - no joke - if there was ever a zombie apocalypse, we would want to be on her team. Amy’s a true gem of a person and we think you should know her.
33 minutes | Dec 16, 2020
This week we talk with Tjasa Zajc - Communication Specialist at Better. Tjasa shares with us her extensive background in journalism and how it became a pillar to her journey into healthcare. Join us as she talks about her role in designing solutions within her workplace, Better, and her podcast, Faces of Digital Health.
32 minutes | Dec 9, 2020
Lisa Stevens Anderson
This week we talk with Lisa Steven Anderson - President of Q Point Health, the MSO Division for Equality Health. Join is as Lisa talks about her and Equality Health’s efforts to integrate cultural care into healthcare.
30 minutes | Dec 2, 2020
This week, we’re talking to Julie Mann - Chief Commercial Officer at Carium. Join us as Julie talks about her 20 years in Healthcare IT and her current journey in supporting patients remotely in the comfort of their home.
33 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
This week, we’re talking with Amie Mondragon - Dean of Residential Life at Wasatch Academy. Amie gives listeners insights on how COVID has affected the culture of the private boarding school in rural Utah. Join us as Amie talks about despite drastic adjustments from the school and faculty , they are able to continue to build student communities and foster relationships, while remaining safe.
30 minutes | Nov 18, 2020
In this episode, we talk with Maura Little, Executive Director at Cambia Grove - a Seattle-based healthcare innovation hub. Her work revolves around bringing together communities of change makers to transform the healthcare system.
31 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
Rachel Ford Hutman
In this episode we talk with Rachel Ford-Hutman, Founder of Ford Hutman Media. Rachel shares with us her background in journalism and public relations which eventually cultivates her love for story-telling. Now, working as the CEO of her own company focusing on media relations, executive visibility, and thought leadership, Rachel is able to communicate and translate the complexities she learns about healthcare world to the general public.
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