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Market Corner Conversations – 4sight Health
36 minutes | Feb 3, 2020
MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: David Fajgenbaum MD, author of Chasing My Cure
Dr. David Fajgenbaum is a survivor, physician-scientist, and disease hunter. David Johnson interviews Dr. Dave about his battle with Castleman disease, in which Dr. Dave experienced how the fragmented research and treatment models for rare diseases harm individual patients. Through his illness and career he’s created an international community that’s collaborating to advance treatment of Castlemans. This approach is a potential template for other rare disease communities. Dr. Fajgenbaum’s book Chasing My Cure: A Doctor’s Race To Turn Hope Into Action is a national bestseller. His personal story of near death and perseverance resonates, and his scientific and medical work is a non-traditional approach that our healthcare system needs. Since recording this interview in early 2020, Dr. Fajgenbaum and his team has focused their efforts to repurpose drugs for rare diseases onto the battle against COVID-19. The post MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: David Fajgenbaum MD, author of Chasing My Cure appeared first on 4sight Health.
28 minutes | Dec 11, 2019
MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Khosrow Shotorbani, CEO & Founder, Lab 2.0 Strategic Services
Khosrow Shotorbani is the CEO / Founder of the Lab 2.0 Strategic Services, and a member of Project Santa Fe Clinical Laboratory 2.0. In Episode 19, Khosrow and David Johnson discuss Project Santa Fe, a recently launched initiative of laboratory leaders working to define future economic valuation and placement of diagnostic services. Since diagnostics direct 70+% of the treatment dollars spent, and the lab holds a treasure trove of data for predictive analytics, Khosrow and colleagues see a revolutionary role for diagnostics executives in the health system c-suite. Khosrow Shotorbani applies his experience as the former President and CEO at TriCore Reference Laboratories, focusing on leadership and innovation, as well as operations, growth, and finances. He led TriCore’s initiatives based on the premise that the utilization of laboratory data should improve health outcomes and lower costs for individuals and populations. Click button below to listen on iTunes. (4sight Health podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) The post MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Khosrow Shotorbani, CEO & Founder, Lab 2.0 Strategic Services appeared first on 4sight Health.
30 minutes | Jun 27, 2019
MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Jeff Dunn, CEO of Redivus Health
Jeff Dunn DO / MBA and David Johnson discuss the realities of cardiac arrest inside the hospital, for patients and clinicians, in Episode 18 of Market Corner Conversations. Survival rates are dreadful, and health systems don’t really have good data about each Code Blue event and how their teams perform during those events. The Code Blue events Jeff experienced during his 10 years as a hospitalist made him a strong proponent of checklists for events where “adrenaline brain” affect performance of complicated tasks. Jeff sees clinical decision applications as a key solution to get clinicians through the intense events with the best outcome as possible, and have accurate documentation of each event. Read more about clinical decision apps in the Market Corner Commentary “A GPS for Cardiac Arrest: In Life-or-Death Moments Clinical Apps Save Lives” by David Johnson and Jeff Dunn. Click button below to listen on iTunes. (4sight Health podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) The post MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Jeff Dunn, CEO of Redivus Health appeared first on 4sight Health.
33 minutes | May 2, 2019
Market Corner Conversations: Merrill Goozner, Modern Healthcare Editor Emeritus & Author
Merrill Goozner passionately points out the stark contrast between well-functioning industries and the US pharma industry, especially its relationship with the government and pharma pricing. Dave Johnson certainly relates to Merrill’s perspective. Merrill Goozner, Modern Healthcare Editor Emeritus In Episode 17 of Market Corner Conversations, Merrill and Dave discuss the ills the pharmaceutical industry has foisted on the US people and economy and the waste in our system. And they explore possible solutions to the dysfunction, while admitting that the change will be drastic. Merrill Goozner is Editor Emeritus of Modern Healthcare, having served as Editor from 2012-2017. During his four decades in journalism, he served as a foreign, national and chief economics correspondent for the Chicago Tribune and as a professor of journalism at New York University. He is the author of The $800 Million Pill: The Truth Behind the Cost of New Drugs. The post Market Corner Conversations: Merrill Goozner, Modern Healthcare Editor Emeritus & Author appeared first on 4sight Health.
42 minutes | Mar 20, 2019
MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Dr. Jonathan M. Zenilman, Johns Hopkins University
Hear how Dr. Zenilman’s residency at Kings College Hospital in the early 1980s, at the epicenter of the AIDS epidemic, started his career in infectious disease, through the CDC, to Johns Hopkins. His pioneering work using data analytics to track the spread of STDs in Baltimore ended up in The Tipping Point, and served as the basis for significant studies of infectious disease and treatment. In Episode 16 of Market Corner Conversations, Dr. Zenilman also discusses his thoughts about the disconnect between the country’s need for primary care physicians and the number of medical school graduates going into primary care. He thinks the misalignment of financial incentives between payers and providers, and between specialists and primary care, drives waste and poor health outcomes. Dr. Jonathan M. Zenilman is a professor of medicine, dermatology and obstetrics and gynecology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, with joint appointments at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health. John is known internationally for his work in infectious disease epidemiology, especially regarding sexually transmitted infections at the CDC, Baltimore City Health Department. He’s a well-known researcher, author and mentor. The post MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Dr. Jonathan M. Zenilman, Johns Hopkins University appeared first on 4sight Health.
37 minutes | Feb 28, 2019
MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Tomer Shoval, CEO & Founder, Simplee
Tomer Shoval, CEO & Founder of Simplee, discusses how his relentless focus on the customer created a payment platform for health systems that actually increases customer satisfaction and improves financial performance. In Episode 15, Tomer shares how his struggles to decipher family medical bills collided with his background in digital commerce and caused him to create Simplee. Big data and user input drive Simplee to deliver consumer-friendly engagement and personalized paths to payment. By offering financial transparency and a tailored, self-service payment options, health systems see higher patient satisfaction, lower costs, and better payment rates. The customer rules! Tomer Shoval and David Johnson co-authored an article recently, called When the Price Is Right: Aligning Payment with Health System Transformation. Click to read it. Click button below to listen on iTunes. (4sight Health podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) The post MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Tomer Shoval, CEO & Founder, Simplee appeared first on 4sight Health.
29 minutes | Dec 18, 2018
MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Deborah Grisko, President & Executive Director, Almost Home Kids
“At Almost Home Kids, our mission is to provide transitional care in a home-like setting to children with complicated health needs, training for their families and respite care.” – Deborah Grisko, guest on Episode 14 of Market Corner Conversations. Debbie and Dave discuss the gap that Almost Home Kids fills for children who are medically fragile, and the amazing outcomes and huge cost savings AHK facilitates. Debbie’s nursing career and experience as the parent of a son with Down Syndrome make her an outstanding advocate for getting children with the most medical complexities the care they need. Transitional care is a a bridge between hospital and home for children who are clinically stable and ready for discharge from a hospital, but whose caregivers might not have all the training needed, or the social services ready that the child needs to move home safely. In 12-bed, home-like facilities, AHK gives these children and families wrap around care and training. Approximately 3 million children in the U.S. have the medical complexity that would qualify for AHK services, and that population is growing 5% a year. The cost per day in a NICU is $3,000-4,000 a day, while care at AHK is $950 a day. All Home Kids is a place where vulnerable children can get the right care at the right time for better health outcomes, at more reasonable costs. Click button below to listen on iTunes. (4sight Health podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) http://www.4sighthealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/4SH-014_-4SightHealth-Market-Corner-Conversations-Interview-with-Debbie-Grisko.mp3 The post MARKET CORNER CONVERSATIONS: Deborah Grisko, President & Executive Director, Almost Home Kids appeared first on 4sight Health.
28 minutes | Apr 30, 2018
Market Corner Conversations: Dr. Toby Cosgrove, Cleveland Clinic
Toby Cosgrove, M.D., former CEO of the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, joins David Johnson in Episode 7 of Market Corner Conversations. Dr. Cosgrove shares how he built a culture of empathy into the entire employee base at CCF to reinforce a patient-first approach. He also shares some results of the employee health program implemented under his direction, which resulted in CCF employees becoming role models for health in their communities. Dr. Cosgrove’s efforts demonstrate how focusing on the human, both patient and employee, produces better health outcomes. (4sight Health podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) http://www.4sighthealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/4SH-007_-4SightHealth-Market-Corner-Conversations-Dr.-Toby-Cosgrove-Interview-1.mp3 The post Market Corner Conversations: Dr. Toby Cosgrove, Cleveland Clinic appeared first on 4sight Health.
36 minutes | Apr 4, 2018
Market Corner Conversations: Dr. Rushika Fernandopulle, Co-Founder & CEO, Iora Health
Rushika Fernandopulle, M.D., Co-Founder & CEO of Iora Health, joins David Johnson in Episode 6 of Market Corner Conversations. Rushika shares how he decided that the incremental change model wasn’t working in heatlhcare. He stopped saying “It’s too hard to change everything, so let’s change something little,” and went on a mission to build a radically new model of primary care from the ground up. Rushika and Dave discuss the success of Iora Health’s primary care practice. Hear how it challenges the basic assumptions of the primary care delivery system in the United States and aims to lower costs while producing better health outcomes. (4sight Heath podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) http://www.4sighthealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/4SH-006_-4SightHealth-Market-Corner-Conversations-Iora-Health-Rushika-Fernandopulle.mp3 The post Market Corner Conversations: Dr. Rushika Fernandopulle, Co-Founder & CEO, Iora Health appeared first on 4sight Health.
34 minutes | Mar 13, 2018
Market Corner Conversations: Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips
Amy Compton-Phillips, M.D., joins David Johnson in Episode 5 of Market Corner Conversations. Amy is the executive vice president and chief clinical officer for Providence St. Joseph Health. She oversees Clinical Care for the system, focused on creating high-value health outcomes for every individual seen. Amy and Dave discuss how her journey from internist to chief quality officer at Permanente Federation, and her current role, have convinced her that platforming can be a successful business model for U.S. health systems. (4sight Health podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) August 23, 2018, Amy Compton-Phillips came to MATTER, Chicago’s healthcare incubator. She presented her perspective on platforming in the industry and at Providence St. Joseph Health, then David Johnson interviewed her, building from her presentation and audience questions. Watch the livestream here. http://www.4sighthealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/4SH-005_-4SightHealth-Market-Corner-Conversations-Providence-St.-Joseph-Amy-Compton-Phillips.mp3 The post Market Corner Conversations: Dr. Amy Compton-Phillips appeared first on 4sight Health.
38 minutes | Feb 28, 2018
Market Corner Conversations: Mike Pykosz, Oak Street Health
In Episode 4 of Market Corner Conversations, Mike Pykosz, CEO of Oak Street Health, shares the bottom-up approach Oak Street takes toward its Medicare Part B members. Oak Street creates a bright spot in low-income neighborhoods in several cities, building its health clinics with a community center, offering classes and educating the community on the value primary care. Oak street treatment teams taking time with each member, building in constant outreach and wraparound services like behavioral health, pharmacy and transportation to improve member health. And results are impressive: clinics see over 40% reduction in emergency department visits by its members. (4sight Health podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) http://www.4sighthealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/4SH-004_-4SightHealth-Market-Corner-Conversations-Oak-Street-Health-Interview-with-Mike-Pykosz.mp3 The post Market Corner Conversations: Mike Pykosz, Oak Street Health appeared first on 4sight Health.
33 minutes | Oct 30, 2017
Market Corner Conversations: Rick Kimball, NFL & Medical Marijuana
In Episode 3 of Market Corner Conversations, Dave Johnson speaks with Rick Kimball about their commentary Mile High Potential: NFL Veterans Tackle America’s Opioid Crisis. The podcast digs into the social catastrophe created by over-prescribed pain-killers and explores the potential of medical marijuana to provide a disruptive, low-cost, non-addictive and highly effective alternative for managing chronic pain and inflammation. (4sight Heath podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) http://www.4sighthealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/4SightHealth-Market-Corner-Conversations-Episode-3.mp3 The post Market Corner Conversations: Rick Kimball, NFL & Medical Marijuana appeared first on 4sight Health.
30 minutes | Sep 30, 2017
Market Corner Conversations: Kurt Waltenbaugh, Carrott Health
In Episode 2 of Market Corner Conversations, Dave Johnson speaks with Kurt Waltenbaugh, the founder and CEO of Carrot Health, an exciting data analytics startup based in the Twin Cities. Carrot Health combines rich consumer data with clinical and claims data to predict future health risk for individuals and populations. With this knowledge, health companies can determine which factors should be tackled to improve health, wellness and quality of life. (4sight Heath podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) http://www.4sighthealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/4SightHealth-Market-Corner-Conversations-Episode-2-Carrot-Health-with-Kurt-Waltenbaugh.mp3 The post Market Corner Conversations: Kurt Waltenbaugh, Carrott Health appeared first on 4sight Health.
42 minutes | Jul 13, 2017
Market Corner Conversations: Paul Walczak, NuVista
4sight Health’s inaugural episode with Paul Walczak, the CEO from NuVista, a remarkably innovative post-acute care company coordinating value-based delivery in southern Florida that achieves superior outcomes at very low costs. (4sight Heath podcasts are also available on Stitcher.) http://www.4sighthealth.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/4SightHealth-Market-Corner-Conversations-Episode-1.mp3 The post Market Corner Conversations: Paul Walczak, NuVista appeared first on 4sight Health.
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