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Oliver Wyman Health Podcast

Conversations with leaders pioneering healthcare market transformation

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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

Predictions on AI’s Potential to Transform Provider Organizations

"Physician burnout is one of the largest, most significant public health crises that we don't talk enough about," says our guest, Punit Singh Soni, Founder and CEO of Suki, a startup that uses AI-powered, voice-enabled digital physician assistants to shorten the time physicians spend documenting. In this episode, Tom Robinson, a Partner in Oliver Wyman’s Health and Life Sciences practice, chats with Punit about the future of AI and medical scribes. They talk about how Suki aims to ultimately strengthen greater physician-patient rapport. They also discuss how to better automatically translate clinical documents into accurately summarized conversations, the shortfalls many medical scribing companies face in terms of how their business models are set up, and why healthcare is truly ripe for disruption in the AI space.
February 11, 2021

Strategies for Leading an Academic Health System

Steering an academic medical center through a global health crisis demands remarkable humility, a relentless commitment to partnership, and true collaboration. However, what it perhaps doesn’t demand is a one-size-fits-all, traditional healthcare background. On that note, when Alan Kaplan, MD, first began his role as Chief Executive Officer at UW Health in Wisconsin five years ago, this was his first foray into academic healthcare – his prior academic experience limited to his experience as a student attending school. Alan, who’d been a senior healthcare executive for 25 years, learned he was actually the only candidate for the job without an academic background and was chosen for his know-how as a physician leader who understood how to run a business. To share his journey, Alan’s here on our podcast in a conversation hosted by Oliver Wyman partner, Deirdre Baggot, PhD, RN, to discuss physician leadership, provider-sponsored health plans, the importance of having a living strategic plan, what defines an effective partnership strategy, and why diversity of perspective and background among C-suite healthcare leaders serves as a competitive advantage.
January 14, 2021

Predictions on Telehealth’s Looming Innovations

Telehealth innovation is booming as demand for virtual services skyrockets amidst a pandemic. What will happen next, and what kinds of digital health innovations may be around the corner? In this episode of the Oliver Wyman Health Podcast, Sean Duffy, Co-Founder and CEO of the digital care company Omada Health and a member of the Oliver Wyman Health Innovation Center Leaders Alliance, joins Dan Rubenstein, Co-Founder and CEO of the musculoskeletal care company Physera, and Aditya Lingampally, Principal in Oliver Wyman's Health and Life Sciences practice, to discuss how and why Omada acquired Physera in the midst of a pandemic and how they envision their new collaboration unfolding in time. They also discuss the future of remote care and digital health services, predict the state of the future industry, and share why just providing a physician with Zoom capabilities is merely the beginning of transformations to come. 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]
October 8, 2020

Predictions on Employer-Led Change

Healthcare has seen pockets of innovation and has also seen those who've bluntly pushed the envelope trying to drive big change. But even demonstrative change has been challenging and slow thus far. Then, came COVID-19. To what extent is COVID-19 a catalyst for sustained employer change? And what should stakeholders be focused on next? In this episode of the Oliver Wyman Health Podcast, Ellen Kelsay, President and Chief Executive Officer of Business Group on Health, chats with Ashley Smith, Partner in Oliver Wyman's Health & Life Sciences practice, about COVID-19's emerging silver linings for employers, what future industry scenarios may emerge over the next decade, and what the large sector employers she works with are now keeping watchful eyes on. For more information about Oliver Wyman Health, follow us on Twitter @OWHealthEditor, read our online healthcare publication at health.oliverwyman.com, and see our full podcast guest roster: oliverwyman.com/oliverwymanhealthpodcast. Questions or comments? Email Oliver Wyman Health's Editor, [email protected]
September 1, 2020

Privia Health’s Predictions on Medicine’s Future

Before COVID-19, healthcare delivery was primarily focused on a string of disconnected patient visits, with long gaps of time in between each one. Telehealth's boom in recent months is now enabling more people to use their own medical data to advocate for their health and wellness long-term. Tom Robinson, Partner in Oliver Wyman's Health & Life Sciences practice, chats with Keith Fernandez, MD, Chief Clinical Officer of Privia Health, a national physician organization whose online patient cohort represents all age groups, including seniors who quickly embraced Privia’s virtual visit platform during the initial months of the pandemic. On this episode, we also talk about: - Oliver Wyman's Pandemic Navigator, located here: https://www.oliverwyman.com/our-expertise/insights/2020/apr/covid-19-pandemic-navigator.html - Oliver Wyman's Consumer Survey of US Healthcare, located here: https://www.oliverwyman.com/our-expertise/insights/2018/oct/2018-consumer-survey.html - A recent webinar with Oliver Wyman and Livongo (featuring a live sketch artist), which you can watch here: https://health.oliverwyman.com/2020/06/beyond-telehealth.html For more information about Oliver Wyman Health, follow us on Twitter @OWHealthEditor, read our online healthcare publication at health.oliverwyman.com, and see our full podcast guest roster: oliverwyman.com/oliverwymanhealthpodcast. Questions or comments? Email Oliver Wyman Health's Editor, [email protected]
August 5, 2020

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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