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Telehealth Satisfaction from the Patients’ Perspective with JD Power

October 23, 2020: What are the trends and drivers for telehealth adoption and satisfaction? James Beem of J.D. Power runs us through their 2020 US Telehealth Satisfaction Study. They collected data from 200 healthcare firms nationally to understand who...
October 23, 2020
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National Patient Safety Awareness Week, YOTNM Series, Episode 3

Patient safety has always been top of mind in health and given the current environment even more so now. Listen as Kathleen McGrow, DNP, CNIO, RN, MS discusses how technology has a significant role in patient safety now and in the future. Transcript and Video
October 21, 2020
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Erin Gadhavi

Erin Gadhavi, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Initiatives for CareCredit, by Synchrony dives into the need for upfront cost transparency for better care.
October 21, 2020
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CommonSpirit: Technology in Service to the Vulnerable

October 21, 2020: Today’s focus is on caring for the vulnerable. CommonSpirit and Docent Health’s program to help underserved communities will have you at hello. Are we talking client-facing technology? Are we putting something on a phone? Are we...
October 21, 2020
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News Day – Microsoft vs Russian Botnet in CyberWar and The Promise of Mobility in Healthcare

October 2020, 2020: Who's the most influential person in healthcare? Is it Judy? Fauci? Seema? And look out. Nasty Emotet malware is lurking. Is your health system ahead of the cyber terrorists? It’s not enough to just be defensive. Do cybersecurity...
October 20, 2020
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How Payers Can Master Core Administrative Transactions and Deliver a World-class Experience to their Members and Providers w/ Steve Krupa

The adequacy and data sharing capability of a payer's underlying transaction systems will be the rate-limiting factor when it comes to improving the member and provider experience.
October 16, 2020
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Insights on a Post COVID World with Providence Innovation Group

October 16, 2020: Is your goal to drive best in class patient digital experience? YES.  Then Providence Digital Innovation Group’s Insights Reports are a MUST read for you. Joining us today is one of the authors Matt Cohlmia, Executive Director of...
October 16, 2020
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Getting paid with Medicaid, in THIS economy

Rachel Dixon is an expert in the clinical, operational, and technological implementation of telehealth and other innovative digital health solutions in Medicaid-focused organizations. Rachel has worked across the spectrum of care, successfully designing and implementing programs on behalf of payers, primary care providers, mental health centers, and more. In addition to being the President of Prime Health, Rachel serves Colorado as an eHealth Commissioner. We discussed various opportunities and strategies for healthcare startups working with the government as well as how telehealth has evolved in Colorado and beyond. 2:10 - Colorado’s COVID-19 telehealth response 7:30 - How vendors should collaborate with public health programs 11:00 - Getting started working with the government 19:27 - Examples of startups getting government funding 20:23 - The future of telehealth parody reimbursement 26:46 - Examining the business of telehealth for large health systems 32:06 - The Prime Health Challenge (link to program) 39:53 - Prime Health Innovation Summit (link to event)
October 14, 2020
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#28 Getting paid with Medicaid in THIS economy

Rachel Dixon is an expert in the clinical, operational, and technological implementation of telehealth and other innovative digital health solutions in Medicaid-focused organizations. Rachel has worked across the spectrum of care, successfully designing and implementing programs on behalf of payers, primary care providers, mental health centers, and more. In addition to being the President of Prime Health, Rachel serves Colorado as an eHealth Commissioner. We discussed various opportunities and strategies for healthcare startups working with the government as well as how telehealth has evolved in Colorado and beyond. 2:10 - Colorado’s COVID-19 telehealth response 7:30 - How vendors should collaborate with public health programs 11:00 - Getting started working with the government 19:27 - Examples of startups getting government funding 20:23 - The future of telehealth parody reimbursement 26:46 - Examining the business of telehealth for large health systems 32:06 - The Prime Health Challenge (link to program) 39:53 - Prime Health Innovation Summit (link to event)
October 14, 2020
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One of the Best Books You Should Read Right Now with Tom Lawry, AI in Health Series Episode 1

Tom Lawry, National Director for Artificial Intelligence in Health & Life Sciences, publishes his first book AI in Health: A leader’s guide to winning in the new age of intelligent health systems. Transcript and Video.
October 14, 2020
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Mary Ellen Beliveau

Mary Ellen Beliveau, Founder and CEO of Knowledge to Practice shares how her daughter’s battle with congenital heart disease drove her to improving the delivery of value-based care.
October 14, 2020
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News Day – Drex and I discuss Blackbaud, Antitrust, Haven and Telehealth funding cuts

October 13, 2020: Ransomware attacks. What should a CIO’s strategy be? How do you manage third parties? Do you have a critical vendor risk management program in place? Drex and Bill break down the Blackbaud example. Patient first, patient first. It's...
October 13, 2020
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Ep. 74: Self-Sovereign Physician Community – Leah Houston, MD (CEO HPEC)

Dr. Leah Houston, founder and CEO of an early-stage startup called Humanitarian Physicians Empowerment Community. If you are a doctor or physician, this episode is for you. Her solution is to develop a platform that uses self-sovereign digital identities to allow physicians to manage their own provable credentials, cutting the administrative waste involved with provider credentialing. Show Notes •Introduction to Leah's background •What drives you to the healthcare industry? •How did you first hear about blockchain technology? •As a trained physician, when did you realize the flaws in provider credentialing system? •What is the vision for HPEC? •Importance of Self-sovereign Identity •What is a DID? https://www.w3.org/TR/did-core/ •Explain the current process for a doctor to gain medical privileges in a clinic or hospital? •What problems exist for healthcare professionals in regard to provider credentialing? •Blockchain adoption and awareness in healthcare •What are the biggest barriers to adoption? •What does it mean when people say blockchain can provide more trust? •How can HPEC affect the traditional credentialing workflow of a health system? •Can decentralized provider credentialing improve overall digital health technology adoption? •What kind of traction have you had so far? •Can you describe your technology stack? •Cost to build? •What is HPEC's business model? •How did you find your crowdfunding platform? •Physician investors •What other companies are working on similar projects? How are you different? •Outlook for 2021 and beyond •Most influential book you've read – Zero to One by Peter Thiel •Will the future of decentralized identity be hardware based or bio-metrics? •Final Takeaways Health Unchained News Corner https://www.hibcc.org/mediledger-2/ The Health Industry Business Communications Council (HIBCC) recently announced that its Health Industry Number (HIN) System is now available to registered HIN licensees via Chronicled’s blockchain-enabled MediLedger Network. By using Mediledger, HIN pharma industry licensees will both be able to access and use real-time HIN data and incorporate it directly into their live business processes. Manufacturers, Distributors, and GPOs on the MediLedger Network use its Contracts & Chargebacks Solution to ensure pricing contracts are aligned. The solution guarantees that distributors always have valid pricing for customers (Hospitals, pharmacies, clinics, etc.) and that chargebacks are accurate. I’ve interviewed Susanne in episode 66 of Health Unchained. I highly recommend you listen to that episode to learn more about her vision and plans for Chronicled and the MediLedger Network. Health Unchained Links Website: https://healthunchained.org Telegram: t.me/healthunchained Twitter: twitter.com/Healthunchaind Bert’s Blockchain and Healthcare Weekly Newsletter: https://bert.substack.com/
October 12, 2020
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Having a Diversity Conversation with David Butler, MD

October 9, 2020: Dr. David Butler, CEO of Calyx Healthcare Partners joins us to talk Epic, physician burnout, diversity and running a consulting business during COVID. How are we doing with physician burnout? Are doctors still completely fried? Are we...
October 9, 2020
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#65 Why are Both Doing and Being Essential to Achieving Your Goals?

In today’s episode we explore the states of Doing and Beingfrom 40,000 feet.   The state of Doing is associated with accomplishment, competence, knowledge, skills, analysis, and performance.  We think it’s safe to say (based on personal experience J) as a leader you’re probably achieved excellence in many of these characteristics of doing, or you wouldn’t be a leader! These are challenging times both at work and at home for many healthcare leaders.  Many of you are just trying to keep your head above water as you address massive and frequent changes.  And if you’re a high achiever, like most leaders, you highly value doing or action!  The problem is, you may not be aware that Being is equally as important as Doing and there’s an interdependent relationship between the two that directly impacts the outcomes you desire.  Doing and Being is one of the tensions in Pillar 2 -Managing Tensions of the Dynamic Balance Effect that we help healthcare leaders learn to manage and leverage over time. As Elkhart Tolle says, “Doing is never enough, if you neglect being”.  In the episode we also discuss the relationship between Being, identity and goals.  We explore how and why your identity, as a way of Being, has a significant impact on goal achievement. We share some examples of how shifting our approach and prioritizing Being before Doing makes a significant difference in achieving goals. Leveraging Doing and Being is an essential competency for any healthcare leader who wants to make a difference.   If you are one of those healthcare leaders who wants to make a difference we don’t have to tell you twice to listen to this episode!Visit the show notes here for more:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastCelebrate with us!  Feedspot ranked Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast #38 out of the top 55 healthcare leadership podcasts!Email us at [email protected] if you have any questions, we may use your question on a future episode.If you found value in this episode, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Our mission is to start “a movement” of leaders who address the chronic challenges in healthcare through a Polarity Thinking™ lens!  If you're the kind of leader wants to help others, share this with your peers. Celebrate with us!  Feedspot ranked Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast #38 out of the top 55 healthcare leadership podcasts!OTHER RESOURCES YOU MAY ENJOY:We invite you to join our private Resilient and Balanced Healthcare Leader Community in Facebook.  The group provides a safe space for healthcare leaders to connect, support each other and share their experiences during this time of crisis.  To join Click here.
October 7, 2020
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Making Digital Health Gains Last with Accenture Health

October 7, 2020: How can healthcare leaders make recent gains in digital health long lasting? Dr. Kaveh Safavi and Brian Kalis with Accenture join us to share research they did pre and post COVID, right through the lens of the consumer. What do their...
October 7, 2020
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News Day – Will Security Scale? RPM, ML, AI and other fun

October 6, 2020: Healthcare technology has skyrocketed in terms of reducing patient touch points. AI, machine learning and remote patient monitoring tools are more accessible than ever before. Number one rule of thumb; focus on the workflow first,...
October 6, 2020
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March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, YOTNM Series, Episode 2

Hear a personal journey of the importance of timely health screenings to proactively manage your health and wellbeing. Kathleen McGrow, DNP, CNIO, RN, MS, discusses Colorectal Cancer Awareness month in Episode 2 of Year of the Nurse & Midwife series. Transcript and Video.
October 5, 2020
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Year of the Nurse and Midwife (YOTNM) Series

Molly McCarthy, MBA, RN-BC, CNO, discusses 2020 Year of the Nurse and Midwife. Nurses and Midwives account for nearly 50% of the global healthcare workforce. And in the United States, there are approximately 4 million nurses, in a variety of roles and settings—from tertiary care centers to home health, as well as academia, schools, industry, and our communities Transcript and Video.
October 5, 2020
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How Technology is Shaping the Patient Experience with John Barto

Healthcare Evangelist John Barto discusses the impact technology is having on the patient experience. Hear how health organizations are adopting technology to empower patients, unlock health silos and modernize the health experience today. Transcript and Video.
October 5, 2020
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HIT Like a Girl on TWiHIT with Joy Rios and Robin Roberts

October 2, 2020: Today podcast meets podcast. Bill talks to the hosts of “HIT Like a Girl”, Joy Rios and Robin Roberts. Their mission is to highlight and support women who are making major contributions to healthcare IT and technology. They provide...
October 2, 2020
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Behavioral Economics with VAL Health CEO, Karen Horgan

September 30, 2020: For all the technologies that the healthcare industry is rolling out, behavioral economics is at the forefront. What are the behaviors you need someone to be doing? What are the top mistakes health systems make? Karen Horgan, CEO of...
September 30, 2020
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News Day – Why isn’t Big Tech Fixing Healthcare?

September 29, 2020: Cyber threats, ransomware, the addictive nature of Facebook and the biggest tech retail disrupters in healthcare. Why isn’t big tech just swooping in and changing the industry? What makes the Microsoft healthcare plate different from...
September 29, 2020
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Ep. 73: Multi-Party Trust and Data Sharing w/ Rymedi – David Stefanich (CEO) & Dr. Jason Cross (CSO)

Co-founders of Rymedi, David Stefanich, CEO, and Jason Cross, PhD, JD, Chief Strategy officer, discuss their journey to building Rymedi and some recent developments since the covid-19 pandemic. Rymedi is a blockchain healthcare company founded in 2017 to help the healthcare industry collaborate and create value across silos. One really interesting thing I learned is that Rymedi has partnered with Clemson university in South Carolina to help manage their student’s Covid-19 surveillance testing program. Show Notes Rymedi company website: https://www.rymedi.com/ Clemson Covid-19 Testing Program with Rymedi: https://www.clemson.edu/covid-19/testing/index.html Dr. Deborah Birx commends Clemson: https://newsstand.clemson.edu/mediarelations/dr-deborah-birx-commends-clemson-for-covid-19-practices-during-friday-visit/ •Introduction of guests' backgrounds •Origins of Rymedi •How did you first hear about blockchain technology? •Problems to solve - Change Control and Serialization in Supply Chain •How is blockchain adoption and awareness in healthcare going? •David and Jason are involved in IEEE Blockchain Global communities •How has COVID-19 impacted Rymedi? •Clemson university partnership •IoT Smart Connected Devices •General technical specifications (architecture) of Rymedi network •Runs on EOS blockchain protocol •Data storage •Nodes and network incentives? •Data privacy - Realistic technology expectations - HIPAA and GDPR •No plans for a token •Smart contracts and insurance claims processing? •Rymedi User experience workflow •Customers - adoption challenges in different markets •Rymedi team and culture •Industry Partners and concept traction - existing partners and pilot projects •Can you describe the competitive landscape and any direct competitors to your business? •Opinions on Bitcoin •If you had to have micro chip implanted in your body, where would you want it to be implanted? •Final Takeaways News Corner PCC Weekly Survey Results: https://www.pcpcc.org/2020/09/21/primary-care-covid-19-week-20-survey Covid-19 has put a huge strain on our healthcare system and on front-line healthcare workers. According to the latest weekly survey by the primary care collaborate, it’s also put a strain on primary care practices across the US. The survey respondents are from nearly 500 primary care clinicians. 1 in 5 practices report they have clinicians who have chosen early retirement or left their jobs as a direct result of the pandemic. Most clinicians believe that levels of telehealth use are sufficient — or even above what is suitable for patient care. Health Unchained Links Website: https://healthunchained.org Telegram: t.me/healthunchained Twitter: twitter.com/Healthunchaind
September 26, 2020
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Mary Ellen Beliveau shares how her daughter’s battle with congenital heart disease drove her to improving the delivery of value-based care Join us as Mary Ellen talks about starting Knowledge to Practice (K2P) – a subscription-based educational platform that empowers frontline teams to deliver the best quality care to their patients.