Podcast: Joining Technology and Value-Based Care to Provide More Personal Care
Steve Wigginton, CEO of Icario, discussed how value-based care and artificial intelligence are helping health systems and health plans to provide more personalized care and to address social determinants of health.
Healthy Bottom Line: COVID-19 and Marijuana Laws: Why Employee Drug Positivity is on the Rise in Healthcare
Barry Sample, PhD, director of science and technology at Quest Diagnostics, discusses the rise in drug positivity rates among healthcare employees, the reasons behind the rise, and what can be done to combat them.
Podcast: Addressing Provider Burnout and Work Overload: What is the True Purpose of AI in Healthcare?
Punit Soni, CEO and founder of Suki, delves into how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to address burnout among healthcare professionals, as well as misconceptions about the purpose that this technology should serve in healthcare.
Podcast: Health Data and Innovations with Duane Schielke
On this episode of Data Book, CHE speaks with Duane Schielke about health data and innovations.
Podcast: How AI and the Improving Seniors’ Timely Access to Care Act Can Revolutionize Prior Authorizations
Blair Childs, senior vice president of public affairs at Premier, explains how the Improving Seniors’ Timely Access to Care Act could revolutionize how prior authorizations are conducted and how machine learning technologies can help health systems adapt if it is signed into law.
Podcast: Addressing the Dangers of Drug Diversion in Healthcare Settings with Tom Knight
Tom Knight, founder and CEO of Invistics, discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for better solutions for drug diversion, where healthcare employees commit medication theft, within their healthcare organizations and how technology can help resolve the issue.
Podcast: Using Digital Solutions to Address Technology Shortfalls with Citius Tech Senior VPs
In an interview recorded earlier this year, Chief Healthcare Executive Associate Editorial Director Mary Caffrey spoke with 2 leaders of Citius Tech about meeting healthcare challenges with digital solutions.
Podcast: How Person-Centered Technology Can Help Children and Health Systems Manage Mental Health Care
Kate Cordell and Ken Knecht, cofounders of Opeeka, discuss their company’s Person-Centered Intelligence Solution and how it can help children and their families manage and coordinate their mental health concerns as well as the benefits the tool can have on health systems.
Podcast: How Remote Patient Monitoring Can Improve Chronic Disease Management
Tanvi Abbhi and Nora Zetsche, MD, cofounders of Veta Health, discuss the company’s remote patient monitoring (RPM) platform and how RPM can be used to personalize and improve healthcare for patients with chronic diseases.
Waiting for FDA to Catch Up: What Hospitals Can Do to Address Supply Chain and Device Shortages
Peter Urbanowicz, managing director and co-head of Alvarez and Marsal’s Healthcare Industry Group, discusses the FDA’s new focus in addressing supply chain and device shortages posed by the COVID-19 pandemic and what hospitals should be doing in the meantime to adjust.
Podcast: How Technology Can Help Solve Healthcare Supply Chain Issues with Sundar Kamak
Sundar Kamak, global head of manufacturing at Ivalua, discusses the COVID-19 pandemic’s effect on healthcare supply chains and how technology can help alleviate those issues.
Podcast: Adoption of Healthcare Tech in the Age of COVID-19 with Dr Kaveh Safavi
Kaveh Safavi, MD, JD, global health lead of Accenture Health, discusses how the pandemic influenced the speed at which healthcare organizations adopted new technologies and how this adoption is impacting patient care.
Podcast: Home Dialysis Machines and Cloud-Computing with Leslie Trigg
Leslie Trigg, CEO of Outset, discusses how imbedded cloud-computing technology in home dialysis machines can improve quality of care for patients, and how the pandemic has boosted demand for these machines.
Podcast: AI Ethical Concerns and How to Mitigate Them With Alan Payne
Alan Payne, chief information officer at Sensyne Health, discusses some of the ethical concerns regarding the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare and what organizations should do to mitigate potential data security and bias issues.
Podcast: Why the Time is Right for Predictive Analytics
Justin Williams, CEO of Noteworth, discusses how predictive analytic tools can improve the quality of care for patients with chronic diseases, discharged hospital patients, and patients from rural communities.
Podcast: A Healthcare Administrators’ Guide to AI and Predictive Analytics with Carol McCall
Carol McCall, from ClosedLoop.ai., discusses what’s holding back healthcare administrators from taking advantage of what artificial intelligence (AI) platforms have to offer and what the future holds for AI and machine learning in healthcare.
Podcast: Telehealth, Remote Monitoring, and the American Rescue Plan With Waqaas Al-Siddiq
Waqaas Al-Siddiq, founder and CEO of Biotricity, discusses how the Biden-era American Rescue Plan is impacting telehealth and remote patient monitoring and how these technologies will fit into a post-COVID-19 society.
Podcast: Are Vaccine Passports Capable of Keeping Our Data Safe?
Scott Giordano, JD, from Spirion, discusses how data collection on smartphones raises security issues for consumers’ health care data and whether COVID-19 vaccine passports will truly be capable of keeping our data safe.
Podcast: Data Operability Rules and Confusion with Matthew Michela
Matthew Michela, president and CEO of Life Image, discusses his company’s survey that found that most health care organizations are contributing to information blocking despite being aware of regulations put in place to eliminate it.
Healthy Bottom Line: Maternity Care and Today’s Risk Environment
Healthy Bottom Line will focus on policy issues for health system decision makers.
Podcast: ASCs and EHRs with Tara Vail
Tara Vail, chief growth officer of HST Pathways, discusses the lack of EHRs at ambulatory surgery centers and the challenges to adoption.
Podcast: Telehealth Partnerships and Offerings with Brian Wayling of Intermountain
Brian Wayling, assistant vice president of telehealth services at Intermountain Healthcare, discusses use of the technology and a partnership with Amwell.
Podcast: VR to Train Nursing Students with Ryan Ribeira, M.D., M.P.H.
Ryan Ribeira, M.D., M.P.H., co-founder and CEO of SimX, talks to Chief Healthcare Executive about all things virtual reality in healthcare.
Podcast: Leveraging Virtual Care During COVID-19 with Rose Ghattas, R.N.
Blessing Health's virtual health coordinator, Rose Ghattas, R.N., discusses how the health system is using virtual care during the pandemic and how other healthcare executives could do the same.
Podcast: How Text Messages Can Improve A Surgeon's Workflow
Lora Swenson, business manager at KU MedWest, discusses how a text message platform improves workflows and patient satisfaction.
Podcast: Breaking Down the HHS Interoperability Rules
The president of Redox discusses the new HHS interoperability rules, how health systems will implement them, and challenges that might present.
Podcast: How C-Suites Can Help Physicians Experiencing Burnout (Part Three)
Steps executives can take to reduce burnout in their health system.
Podcast: Med School Culture and Introducing New Health Tech (Part Two)
Janae Sharp and Dalton Ruer discuss the culture of med school, learning about new tech and how both affect burnout and the decision to enter the field.
Podcast: Physician Burnout Misconceptions and Tech's Role (Part One)
Janae Sharp and Dalton Ruer join Data Book for part one of a three-part podcast on physician burnout to discuss tech implementation issues and data collection.
Podcast: AI, Big Data and Existing Challenges (Part Two)
Paul Cerrato joins Data Book for part two of a podcast on clinical decision support tools and obstacles that exist.
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