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Oliver Wyman Health Podcast

Oliver Wyman Health Podcast

Conversations with leaders pioneering healthcare market transformation

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Using Innovation to Build a Resilient, Personalized System

Accodade's Chief Medical Officer Shantanu Nundy, MD talks with Oliver Wyman's Tom Robinson about what innovations we can take from Covid-19 and apply to the future of personalized care.
October 6, 2021

Organ Donation and Recovery: What You Don’t Know May Surprise You

Although there are 155 million registered donors or nearly half of US adults, transplant waitlists remain long. While the US leads the world in deceased organ donation rates with steady growth and clinical innovations that have helped address the need, there is major room for improvement. Says Alex Glazier, CEO of New England Donor Services, with the right systemwide interventions, deceased donor kidney transplantation could jump by 61% by 2026. Dan Shellenbarger, Partner in Oliver Wyman's Health and Life Sciences Practice, sat down with Alex Glazier, CEO of New England Donor Services, and Kevin O'Connor, CEO of LifeCenter Northwest on the Oliver Wyman Health Podcast to talk about ways in which their organizations are driving improvements in organ recovery and transplantation and why older donors are a key demographic of focus.
August 11, 2021

Your Organization May Be an Attractive Cyberattack Target

Healthcare organizations and those who lead them must think carefully about the efficacy of their security programs to assess how attractive they could be to hackers. In this episode, Jason Crabtree, CEO of QOMPLX, joins Paul Mee, Partner, and Head of Oliver Wyman’s Cyber Platform to discuss cybersecurity.
July 15, 2021

Dr. Sachin Jain’s Most Effective Leadership Strategies

Unleashing latent innovation comes down to commonsense. But not just any commonsense. Radical commonsense. So says Sachin Jain, MD, MBA, President & Chief Executive Officer of SCAN Group and Health Plan, who joins the Oliver Wyman Health Podcast to talk about virtual care, health equity, what consumers want, and SCAN’s work to address homelessness as a healthcare problem. In this show, Sachin and host Tom Robinson, a Health and Life Sciences partner at Oliver Wyman, talk about how leaders can align their management styles with those of the people they work with. Sachin advises healthcare leaders to make their organizations unnecessary by improving the health of the communities they serve. The future of healthcare, he says, is already here. But it’s unevenly distributed. For more information, follow us on Twitter @OWHealthEditor, read our online healthcare publication at health.oliverwyman.com, and see our guest roster: oliverwyman.com/oliverwymanhealthpodcast. Questions or comments? Email Oliver Wyman Health's Editor, [email protected]
June 2, 2021

Eleanor Health CMO on Addressing Racism Among Marginalized Communities

Addressing racism is a marathon, not a sprint. Healthcare leaders must be willing to take the first step to initiate heavy conversations that drive progress. Says Dr. Nzinga Harrison, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Eleanor Health, there is a direct correlation between someone experiencing weathering (a "fight or flight" physiological reaction) to them possibly developing health problems like high blood pressure, obesity, cardiovascular illness, depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, and more down the road. To learn more about weathering, health equity, and more, Elizabeth Southerlan, Principal in Oliver Wyman's Health and Life Sciences Practice, sat down with Dr. Harrison to talk about the psychological burden of racism as an independent risk factor for health. For more information, follow us on Twitter @OWHealthEditor, read our online healthcare publication, Oliver Wyman Health, at health.oliverwyman.com, and see our guest roster: oliverwyman.com/oliverwymanhealthpodcast. Questions or comments? Email Oliver Wyman Health's Editor, [email protected]
May 13, 2021

How Data Analytics Can Combat Chronic Kidney Disease

In honor of National Kidney Month, Bobby Sepucha, CEO of Cricket Health, and Tom Robinson from Oliver Wyman discuss the current state of Chronic Kidney Disease. Learn how Cricket Health’s strategies for detecting kidney disease earlier are helping keep patients rushing to the emergency room, not realizing what’s wrong with them. See some memorable stats from this episode: https://health.oliverwyman.com/2021/03/90--of-chronic-kidney-disease-patients-don-t-know-they-have-it-.html For more information, follow us on Twitter @OWHealthEditor, read our online healthcare publication at health.oliverwyman.com, and see our guest roster: oliverwyman.com/oliverwymanhealthpodcast. Questions or comments? Email Oliver Wyman Health's Editor, [email protected]
March 18, 2021

Oliver Wyman Health Podcast

The Oliver Wyman Health Podcast features conversations with leaders who are pioneering the transformation of the health market. Oliver Wyman’s Health & Life Sciences Practice is a leader in value-based, consumer-centric healthcare, and serves clients in the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical devices, provider, and payer sectors. Topics covered in this series include the business challenges of transforming healthcare from volume to value, consumer engagement, consumer experience, digital health, care delivery models, strategy, leadership, and organization.

Oliver Wyman is a global leader in management consulting that combines deep industry knowledge with specialized expertise in strategy, operations, risk management, and organization transformation. Oliver Wyman is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies [NYSE: MMC]
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