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Rural Health Rising: Making Drugs More Affordable

As rural hospitals work to provide the best quality of care for their patients, while maintaining financial solvency, programs like 340B can help make drugs more affordable. 340B and other programs can make or break a hospitals ability to remain financially solvent. But 340B is currently under threat from the pharmaceutical industry and others who would like to see it discontinued or scaled back. This week, we welcome Jeff Kauffman, Director of Pharmacy right here at Hillsdale Hospital. -| The Health Equity Podcast Channel is made possible with support from Bayer G4A. Learn more about how Bayer G4A is advancing equity, access and sustainability at G4a.health -| This episode originally aired on June 9, 2022 on Rural Health Rising. Listen, follow and subscribe here.
June 29, 2022

A Shot in the Arm Podcast: Where is the Health in Global Security? A conversation with Gayle Smith, CEO of ONE

International efforts are concentrated on securing funding to tackle one of the greatest challenges facing global security today - the fight against AIDS, TB and Malaria. Of course all eyes are turned towards Ukraine and mitigating the impact of Russia’s invasion, but COVID and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine have transformed our understanding of global security, with health – particularly pandemic responses – now a central challenge the World faces. Gayle Smith, CEO of ONE, joins Ben to explore new definitions of global health security, the World Health Assembly in Geneva, advocacy to ensure the Global Fund is fully funded, and what its like to work with celebrities to build popular momentum for social movements.  For more information about ONE and how you can help, visit https://www.one.org/us Directed and produced by Erik Espera, NewsDocMedia.com #StandWithUkraine #FightForWhatCounts #AIDS #HIV #TB #Malaria #WorldHealthAssembly #PandemicsResponses #HarmReduction #GlobalFund #GlobalHealth -| The Health Equity Podcast Channel is made possible with support from Bayer G4A. Learn how Bayer G4A is advancing equity, access and sustainability at G4a.health -| This episode originally aired on June 3, 2022 on A Shot in the Arm Podcast with Ben Plumley. Listen, follow and subscribe here.
June 22, 2022

Up Next for Patient Safety: Are Black and Brown people at greater risk of medical errors in the U.S.?

Are Black and Brown people at greater risk of medical errors in the U.S.? What are federal agencies doing to track and reform practices to make health care safer for those most at risk of preventable harms? Join host Karen Wolk Feinstein and special guests Dr. Cara James, president and CEO at Grantmakers In Health, and Dr. Kimá Joy Taylor, founder of Anka Consulting and a nonresident fellow at the Urban Institute, as they explore health equity issues within patient safety and the work that is needed to create a fair and just opportunity for every person in the U.S. to be as healthy as possible. -| The Health Equity Podcast Channel is made possible with support from Bayer G4A. Learn how Bayer G4A is advancing equity, access and sustainability at G4a.health -| This episode originally aired on November 3, 2021 on Up Next for Patient Safety. Listen, follow and subscribe here.
June 15, 2022

Hello Healthcare Podcast: Where to Start With Health Equity

Let's start with what we believe to be the biggest issue in healthcare: health equity. We like to think that our health system is meant to serve everyone, but we see further disparities when we look at access by race, gender identity, sexual orientation, location, and many other factors.  As healthcare leaders operating in our own tiny pieces of a gigantic system, what can we do? Join Chris Hemphill as they guide us through conversations with some of the people driving change and hear how they're strategizing, leading organizations, and using data-driven approaches.  Leaders mentioned in this week's episode include the following: Dr. Zachary Hermes, Sheetal Shah, Dr. Evelyn L. Lewis, Heather Fernandez, Dorothy Hoffman, Ben Chao, and Priscilla McCloskey.  End Racism in Healthcare Outreach Presentation with University of Chicago Booth School of Business Center for Applied AI: End Racism in Healthcare Outreach This conversation is brought to you by SymphonyRM. For more information about our show or guests, visit hellohealthcare.com.  -| The Health Equity Podcast Channel is made possible with support from Bayer G4A. Learn how Bayer G4A is advancing equity, access and sustainability at G4a.health -| This episode originally aired on August 4, 2021 on Hello Healthcare. Listen, follow and subscribe here.
June 8, 2022

See You Now: Mentoring for a More Equitable Future

Think of the countless individuals seeking care daily in our clinics, pharmacies, hospitals, schools, and all manner of health care setting. To best communicate, understand, and build trust, it’s vital that patients see people in the healthcare workforce who look, speak, eat, pray, and live like they do.  Our healthcare workforce is far from diverse, representative of our population, or a reflection of our communities and the people we care for. And that is problematic. This representation pipeline problem takes root early on in our educational settings.  In this episode, we meet nurse anesthetist, founder and CEO of Diversity in Nurse Anesthesia Mentorship Program, Wallena Gould, EdD, CRNA, FAAN, whose personal experiences led to a recognition of the scope and root problems that prevent innovation from being impactful or scaled, which led to a body of work that has been applied across healthcare to forge a more equitable future. To learn more, visit our website at www.seeyounowpodcast.com. Contact us at [email protected] -| The Health Equity Podcast Channel is made possible with support from Bayer G4A. Learn how Bayer G4A is advancing equity, access and sustainability at G4a.health -| This episode originally aired on February 12, 2021 on See You Now. Listen, follow and subscribe here.
June 1, 2022

Amplify Nursing Podcast: How structural racism is embedded in nursing's origin story; with Patricia D'Antonio

Today on the Amplify Nursing podcast we talk with internationally recognized historian of nursing Dr. Patricia D’Antonio, Director of the Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. Studying the history of nursing has been the joy of Dr. D'Antonio's career and she believes history is one of the most critical methodologies we have to confront the complexities we face in health and helathcare today and to think about how all things are interconnected. Dr. D'Antonio is one of the authors of a white paper examining the history of racism in nursing that will be released along with the 2022 National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing Foundational Report. The Commission's goal is to look at how racism is still perpetuated in nursing and by nurses and to create strategies to combat it. Dr. D'Antonio talks with us about the history of racism in nursing, how historians look at the past, and how structural racism is embedded in nursing's origin story. -| The Health Equity Podcast Channel is made possible with support from Bayer G4A. Learn how Bayer G4A is advancing equity, access and sustainability at G4a.health -| This episode originally aired on February 3, 2022 on Amplify Nursing. Listen, follow and subscribe here.
May 26, 2022

Health Equity Podcast Channel

The Health Equity Podcast Channel features conversations with leaders who are developing the solutions, policies, practices, and mindset to deliver achievable, sustainable and positive change and end health disparities. Tune in and discover ways to close the health equity gap around the world, and be sure to follow and share the featured podcasts in your favorite podcast player.

The premier season of the Health Equity Podcast Channel was produced with support from Bayer G4A. Learn more about their work to deliver equity, access and sustainability by visiting g4a.health.
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