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The Business of Healthcare Podcast
34 minutes | 14 days ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 78: What Mission-Driven Valued-Based Care Looks Like
Dr. Gordon Chen, chief medical officer at ChenMed, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser for a discussion about how a company turns fee-based care on its head by delivering mission-driven, value-based care to its patients.
34 minutes | a month ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 77: 5G Networks in Healthcare
Martyn Crew joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser for a discussion about 5G — the latest technology standard for broadband cellular networks — and its implication for the healthcare industry. Crew is director of solutions marketing for Gigamon, a Silicon Valley-based technology vendor that counts healthcare providers among its clients.
28 minutes | 2 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 76: Healthcare from the Millennial Perspective
In this episode, host Dr. Bob Kaiser has a conversation with Erin Burns Freeman, vice president with Ackermann Marketing & PR, a firm that specializes in consumer research related to millennial preferences that shape the patient experience in healthcare. Freeman explains how millennials behave more as consumers than as patients in making healthcare choices and what providers must do to adjust to these preferences. How Millennials are Changing the What, When & Where of Healthcare (PDF)
35 minutes | 2 months ago
The Business of Healthcare, Episode 75: The Johnny Appleseed of Healthcare Fixes
Dave Chase, creator and co-founder of Health Rosetta, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser to discuss what has happened since his last appearance on The Business of Healthcare Podcast. Chase provides a refresher on the Health Rosetta, a blueprint for massively replicating fixes he says exist for the healthcare industry but have met with resistance from those who want to maintain the status quo. Chase also explains the organization’s new initiative, the Health Rosetta Employer Program, and discusses his new book, Relocalizing Health: The Future of Health Care is Local, Open and Independent (Seattle: Health Rosetta Media, 2020).
27 minutes | 2 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 74: Modernizing Clinical Trials
UT Dallas alumnus Vrunjal (Veer) Mehta, BS’01 Computer Science, MS’03 Software Engineering, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser for a discussion about how the company he founded — Halo Health Systems — is helping to modernize the clinical trial industry. The company’s technological focus reduces patient burden and helps clinicians use workflow automation, thus accelerating the drug-development process.
29 minutes | 3 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 73: Transforming the Patient Experience in the Digital Realm
Host Dr. Bob Kaiser is joined by Jonathon Hensley, author, speaker, co-founder and CEO of Emerge Interactive, a Portland, Oregon-based digital product agency focused on the healthcare industry. They discuss how leadership can transform the healthcare industry in the digital space by focusing on the patient experience.
27 minutes | 4 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 72: New Approaches to Kidney Care
Misha Palecek, chief development officer at DaVita Kidney Care, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser to discuss the transition from fee-based to value-based healthcare through the lens of kidney disease. DaVita is a company that provides kidney care and dialysis services both in the U.S. and internationally.
29 minutes | 4 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 71: An Inside Look at an Organ Procurement Organization
Patti Niles, president and CEO of Dallas-based Southwest Transplant Alliance, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser for a look into how organ procurement organizations operate. Links discussed: Donate Life Texas: https://www.donatelifetexas.org/ The Joint Commission: https://www.jointcommission.org/
28 minutes | 5 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 69: Agile in Healthcare
Arti Pullins, CEO of Pundit Consultantz, a healthcare innovation and creative services design consultancy, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser to discuss how the healthcare industry can use Agile iterative principles commonly found in software development to become more nimble so that they can more quickly improve their quality of patient care one step at a time.
36 minutes | 6 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 68: Contact Tracing and Other Pandemic Data
Dr. Jonathan Teich, chief medical information officer at Boston-based InterSystems, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser for a discussion about data related to the COVID-19 pandemic. They discuss how contact tracing and syndromic surveillance can help ameliorate the effects of the pandemic and ultimately help control it. They also discuss how streamlining the sharing of electronic health records will help improve industry efficiencies and health outcomes.
37 minutes | 6 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 67: Brain Health
In this episode, host Dr. Bob Kaiser discusses brain health with Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman, founder and chief director of the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas and co-founder of The BrainHealth Project. They discuss the center’s signature program, the BrainHealth® Index, as well as the healthcare industry’s imperative to transition from looking at the brain as a problem that needs fixing to looking at it as a solution that can help answer all other human problems.
27 minutes | 7 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 66: Can Medical Debt be Abolished?
Craig Antico, co-founder and COO of RIP Medical Debt, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser for a discussion about medical debt — its root causes, what his nonprofit does to help people who are burdened with it and solutions for fixing the problems that cause it. Links discussed in this episode: RIP Medical Debt’s End-of-Year Report End Medical Debt Book
35 minutes | 7 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 65: Smart Telemedicine
Host Dr. Bob Kaiser speaks with telemedicine pioneer Dr. Dan Carlin, founder and CEO of WorldClinic, for a discussion about how virtual healthcare delivery has evolved and what the future holds for it in the age of COVID-19 and smart technology. Links Discussed in Episode: McKinsey Telehealth Report Dan Carlin “Profiles in Success” Biography
30 minutes | 8 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 64: Dr. Vivian Lee Discusses Her New Book The Long Fix
Vivian S. Lee, MD, PhD, MBA, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser for a discussion about her new book, The Long Fix, out May 26. Lee, a magnetic resonance imaging radiologist, is president of Health Platforms at Verily Life Sciences, an Alphabet company. Discussion topics include moving the healthcare paradigm from paying for action, also known as fee-based care, to paying for results, also known as value-based care, and how the patient can play a role as co-producer.
25 minutes | 8 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 63: Transformational Leadership for Physicians
Dr. Christopher Hutson, EMBA’20, a graduate of the Alliance for Physician Leadership’s Healthcare Management Executive MBA program at the Naveen Jindal School of Management, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser for a discussion about why he decided to return to school after successful careers as a military officer in the United States Army and a clinical anesthesiologist. They also discuss why transformation leadership skills for physicians are more important now than ever.
30 minutes | 9 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 62: Taking the Helm of a Major Pediatric Healthcare Organization
In this episode, Dr. Thomas Shanley, president and CEO of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, speaks with host Dr. Bob Kaiser about taking the organization’s helm in December 2019. Other topics include Lurie’s vision and strategy going forward, its philanthropic efforts and how the hospital is able to maintain high standards across a wide range of pediatric specialties.
22 minutes | 9 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 61: The Impact of COVID-19 on Healthcare Revenue Cycles
Daniel Karnuta, a senior lecturer in the Organizations, Strategy and International Management Area at the Naveen Jindal School of Management, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser and co-host Dr. Britt Berrett to discuss how hospitals and other healthcare organizations are adjusting to the negative impacts related to their revenue cycles during the shutdowns necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
30 minutes | 9 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 60: Telemedicine during the COVID-19 Pandemic
Dr. Pardeep Shori, MS’19, Dr. Pardeep Shori, a family medicine physician who serves as a medical director in post-acute care management at a post-acute care management company, and regional physician consultant for a national retail pharmacy chain, joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser for an in-depth look at how telemedicine is being used during the COVID-19 pandemic and what implications its current use may hold for the future. Resources mentioned in this episode: American Telemedicine Association Alliance for Connected Care Center of Telehealth and e-Health Law Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services
27 minutes | 10 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 59: Hospitals Are Community Pillars During Pandemic
Dan Springer, CEO of Lea Regional Medical Center (part of Community Health Systems) in Hobbs, New Mexico, joins Drs. Bob Kaiser and Britt Berrett in this special, supplemental episode. They discuss what LRMC and other hospitals have been doing to prepare for the COVID-19 pandemic, the lessons they have learned during the crisis and what their leaders will be doing differently after it is over.
19 minutes | 10 months ago
The Business of Healthcare Podcast, Episode 58: Forget Business as Usual — a Hospital Adapts to COVID-19
In this special supplemental episode, Matthew Troup, president and CEO of Conway (Arkansas) Regional Health System joins host Dr. Bob Kaiser and co-host . They discuss how CRHS has prepared for special emergencies, what he and his staff are learning day by day as they adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic and how these hard-earned lessons will benefit the hospital’s future.
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