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Bright Spots in Healthcare

Bright Spots in Healthcare

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Healthcare Design & Experience: A Live Interview with Dr. Erika Pabo, Chief Health Officer, Author by Humana

To be successful in a rapidly evolving and crowded healthcare marketplace, health plans must find innovative ways to connect with consumers where they are and on their terms. While rethinking how to engage consumers, Humana created a fundamentally new service experience to deliver better outcomes and meet the whole-health needs of seniors. During the conversation, Dr. Pabo shares details on the insurer’s journey to create the new service experience — from conception to the marketplace. Hear the trials and tribulations the insurer faced as it implemented Author by Humana and find out how consumers are responding to the new experience. Learn the steps your organization can take a similar approach to elevate the consumer experience.   This episode is sponsored by Insignia Health Insignia Health empowers healthcare organizations and health professionals around the world to assess patient activation and develop strategies for the efficient application of healthcare resources. As activation increases and individuals become better managers of their health, utilization costs decline and patient satisfaction improves. The Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) and over 15 years of health activation research form the cornerstone of a complementary suite of solutions that help clinicians, coaches and population health providers improve health outcomes and lower costs. Today, Insignia Health supports the health activation efforts of more than 250 organizations touching the lives of millions of patients in dozens of countries.
May 7, 2021

Stop the Hardship: Why Providers Should Abolish Patients’ Debt

Every day 79,000,000 Americans choose between paying their medical bills and basic needs like food and shelter. Medical debt destroys the financial stability of large segments of America’s most vulnerable communities and also targets the middle class, driving many families who are barely getting along into poverty. Craig Antico, Co-Founder, RIP Medical Debt and Tammie Jackson, Vice President, Go-to-Market Strategy and Sales, Trans Union discuss why they believe it is a smart business decision for healthcare providers to abolish medical debt. Hear why they believe forgiving medical debt can help improve an individual’s health and wellness, and how providers can benefit from debt forgiveness.
April 29, 2021

GYANT vs. Decoded Health: What is the Best Approach to Create an Exceptional Consumer and Provider Experience

Decoded Health CEO Mark Hanson and GYANT CEO & Co-Founder Stefan Behrens, MBA, PhD, joined us for our first-ever innovation debate to discuss their separate approaches to creating a virtual front door for hospitals and health systems, and how their strategies and tools dramatically change both the consumer and provider experience. This Bright Spots in Healthcare Podcast is Sponsored by Inflect Health   Silicon Valley healthcare innovation hub Inflect Health was spun off from parent company Vituity to form a new nationwide, multispecialty investment partnership, owned and led by physicians and healthcare business experts. Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with offices across America, Inflect Health provides guidance and financial support to early-stage healthcare and health-tech companies building promising solutions that offer to meet the needs of today’s evolving healthcare landscape. With its robust access to frontline providers, health systems, and industry players, Inflect Health connects the capital to innovators to physicians, catalyzing real-time, real-world innovation and disruption unlike anyone else.  
April 16, 2021

Innovative Approaches to Whole Person Care: A Conversation with Fmr. U.S. Sec. of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin, MD

Secretary Shulkin, the 9th Secretary of Veterans Affairs, shares bright spots within the Veterans Administration that may be applicable at private hospitals, health systems and health insurers. The discussion touches on topics including consumer centricity, whole-person care, digital health, mental health and innovation. This episode is sponsored by Insignia Health Insignia Health empowers healthcare organizations and health professionals around the world to assess patient activation and develop strategies for the efficient application of healthcare resources. As activation increases and individuals become better managers of their health, utilization costs decline and patient satisfaction improves. The Patient Activation Measure® (PAM®) and over 15 years of health activation research form the cornerstone of a complementary suite of solutions that help clinicians, coaches and population health providers improve health outcomes and lower costs. Today, Insignia Health supports the health activation efforts of more than 250 organizations touching the lives of millions of patients in dozens of countries.
April 9, 2021

Consumer Activation in Healthcare: Unlocking Power of the Consumer

Experts from Banner Health, Brigham & Women’s Hospital, Highmark, Insignia Health and UPMC Health Plan share success stories and best practices on how increasing activation not only helps consumers become better managers of their health but utilization and costs decline and consumer/patient satisfaction improves. Learn how you can implement their innovative ideas in your organization/
April 2, 2021

Bright Spots in Healthcare

Each week, we feature innovators in the healthcare industry to extract the strategies, tactics, and tools they utilize to generate extraordinary, positive outcomes. We highlight and breakdown these positive deviants, or "bright spots", so you can implement them in your organization.
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Eric Glazer

Eric Glazer

Executive Producer & Host

Eric Glazer is the founder and CEO of Shared Purpose Connect, the company that hosts and produces the Bright Spots in Healthcare podcast. He has over two decades of experience producing leading healthcare events and collaborative projects, launching new telehealth services, and running executive councils for the industry (i.e. Chief Medical Officer Council). Eric also leads Product Innovation and Client Experience for Teladoc Health (SPC is not affiliated or funded by Teladoc Health). Eric holds a BS and MBA in Health Care from Union College in Schenectady, New York.

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