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#44 Extracting Paternalism from the Patient Experience with Kristen Valdes

Kristen Valdes is the founder and CEO of b.well Connected Health. She is a transformative force in today’s healthcare marketplace, spearheading the conversation on how empowering consumers can transform healthcare delivery. With over 20 years in the industry, she lends her insight on paternalism in healthcare, b.well’s vision for the future of healthcare, and the reconciliation of value-based care with the current ecosystem of consumerism.
December 15, 2021

Olive’s Journey to AI through Robotic Process Automation

Move fast, and fix things. That should be the unofficial mantra of Olive. With nearly $1 billion dollars in funding, they are a dynamo in health tech. In this episode of The Redox Podcast, Olive’s founder and CEO, Sean Lane, takes us on a ride from the visit to his hometown that sparked his hunger for healthcare innovation to the one idea that changed everything. Olive has a big vision for RPA in healthcare, and they plan to get there…fast.
December 7, 2021

#43 Olive’s Journey to AI through Robotic Process Automation

Move fast, and fix things. That should be the unofficial mantra of Olive. With nearly $1 billion dollars in funding, they are a dynamo in health tech. In this episode of The Redox Podcast, Olive’s founder and CEO, Sean Lane, takes us on a ride from the visit to his hometown that sparked his hunger for healthcare innovation to the one idea that changed everything. Olive has a big vision for RPA in healthcare, and they plan to get there…fast.
December 7, 2021

#42 Crashing Primary Care & Dialysis with Dr. Andrew Schutzbank

Dr. Andrew Schutzbank is a Clinical Instructor of Medicine at Harvard, Chief Product Officer at Cricket Health, and was formerly the SVP of Product at Iora Health. We discuss technology adoption and creation in primary care, payment models, business models, and what can be learned in the specialty space, with particular focus in the diabetes world in his work at Cricket. 
June 15, 2021

#41 Epic & Judy's Legacy with Forbes' Katie Jennings

You must have seen the story right? Judy Faulkner, Epic's Founder and CEO took a rare interview with Katie Jennings of Forbes. Long story short, Katie talks with Judy, Niko talks with Katie on this week's episode of the Redox podcast. We get into Epic culture, position in the market, and Judy's perspective on their longterm position in this quickly evolving market. 
April 12, 2021

#40 On the Basics of Pharmaceuticals

Kirk Barnes has spent his career working in the pharmaceutical industry: from drug discovery and development side, to distribution, and, now, aligning digital health strategies with pharma. This isn’t a space I know much about, given its impact in healthcare. Kirk was kind enough to let me get down into the basics around the space and what digital health companies should know as they look to work with pharma companies.
March 8, 2021

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The Redox Podcast

Redox exists to improve healthcare by uniting patients and providers through easily accessible technology. Technology can dramatically improve healthcare. It helps healthcare organizations become more efficient. It gives patients more control of their healthcare experience. And when done right, technology removes distractions so providers can focus on what’s important: their patients.
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Niko Skievaski

Niko Skievaski

Niko is the President & Co-Founder of Redox, a leading interoperability platform powering digital health innovation at more than 700 healthcare organizations. Prior, he worked at Epic, where he saw first hand how the need to solve interoperability is one of the biggest challenges facing healthcare today. He's the Co-founder of 100state, Wisconsin's largest co-working space, and creator of Struck by Orca, healthcare's pivotal book on ICD-10. He has degrees in Economics from Arizona State and Boston University and lives in Boulder, CO with his partner, toddler, and collection of mountain bikes.

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Creating Healthcare IT with Cliff Illig, Co-founder of Cerner Corporation This episode is hosted by Day Zero Advisory Council Member Donald Trigg, Former President, Cerner Corporation.