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Best Billfrist podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
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Updated August 2020
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The goal is to have A Second Opinion be seen as the go to place for learning how to improve health and health care. Together we will have conversations with the health thought leaders, the entrepreneurs, the clinicians, the policy makers, the business leaders, and the consumers— to better understand how we all can improve health and well-being — of ourselves as individuals, of our families — and of our communities. We achieve this through education and engagement at the nexus of policy, medi ...
 
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Anthony Iton is Senior Vice President for Healthy Communities at The California Endowment, where he oversees the organization’s 10-Year, multimillion-dollar statewide commitment to advance policies and forge partnerships to build a healthier California. Dr. Iton, who holds a medical degree from Johns Hopkins and a law degree and a Master’s of Publi…
 
Robert McDonald served Procter & Gamble for 33 years with the last four as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer. Following his career at P&G, Bob was named Secretary of Veterans Affairs by President Obama in 2014, taking the helm of an organization in crisis. An Army veteran and graduate of West Point, Bob was able to apply his military …
 
Dr. Sarah Chouinard is a rural health expert and Chief Medical Officer at Community Care of West Virginia, a federally qualified health center operating 17 outpatient clinics and 50 school-based centers across 9 counties in central West Virginia. She recently served as National Faculty for CMS’s Transforming Clinical Practice Initiative, and was pr…
 
Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld is a senior associate dean, tenured professor of anesthesiology and director of the “Advancing a Healthier Wisconsin Endowment” at the Medical College of Wisconsin - a $470-million statewide health philanthropy. He serves on the American Medical Association Board of Trustees, and is a combat veteran who deployed to Afghanistan. …
 
Our country is at a historic crossroads: the global coronavirus pandemic has laid bare our country’s racial disparities and inequities in health and healthcare, and the death of George Floyd and other events have sparked a national social justice movement. At A Second Opinion, we seek to better understand how race, structural racism, and implicit b…
 
Bill Lucia is the Chairman, President & CEO of HMS, which provides a broad range of payment accuracy and population health management solutions for healthcare systems – saving billions of dollars annually and helping consumers lead healthier lives. Bill began his career in the life insurance industry, and will share why he made this mid-career chan…
 
Professor Larry Van Horn is a renowned expert and researcher on health care management and economics at the Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management. He serves as Executive Director of Health Affairs and Founder and Director of the Center of Health Care Market Innovation at Vanderbilt. Larry is an advisor to the White House on healt…
 
Ken Misch is the President and Chief Financial Officer of MEDHOST, a healthcare technology company focused on providing robust Electronic Health Records designed to meet the special and specific needs of rural and community health systems. Today, Medhost is a partner to over 1000 facilities in 49 states. And in our discussion today, you will find p…
 
Dr. Jaewon Ryu is President and CEO of Geisinger, a health system that includes 13 hospital campuses, a 600,000-member health plan, two research centers and the Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. One year into leading this forward-thinking health system, Dr. Ryu shares with us their latest cutting edge innovations, how they are leading the …
 
Martin VanTrieste is the President and CEO of Civica Rx, a groundbreaking, non-profit pharmaceutical company that’s innovatively working to address our nation’s generic drug shortages. For years, our domestic drug manufacturing and supply chains have eroded, resulting in shortages of anesthetics, antibiotics, cancer drugs, even sterile IV fluids ne…
 
On June 9th, A Second Opinion joined with the Princeton University Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies and the Center for Health and Wellbeing for our second virtual COVID-19 discussion on the “fiscal, monetary and health policy responses and implications for the economic outlook.” You can hear Part 1 of our discussion in our April 3rd podc…
 
Dr. Dean Ornish is considered the father of lifestyle medicine, pioneering programs that can reverse life-threatening illness with a combination of a plant-based diet, moderate exercise, meditation and therapy. Dean and I have known each other for over 40 years, dating back to our time together at Massachusetts General Hospital. Then, Dean’s ideas …
 
Dr. Julie Gerberding is Executive Vice President and Chief Patient Officer at Merck. She is a vaccine and infectious disease expert who served as former CDC Director under President George W. Bush during my tenure in the Senate. There she led the CDC in responding to HIV/AIDS, SARS, West Nile Virus, and H5N1 avian influenza. She joins us to share t…
 
Dr. Sarah Homitsky is the medical director for the Alexis Joy D’Achille Center for Perinatal Mental Health at the West Penn Hospital in Pittsburgh. Dr. Homitsky specializes in Pregnancy-Related Depression, and the Center is one of the few places in the country to offer intensive mother-baby outpatient treatment for postpartum depression. For more i…
 
Dr. Judy Monroe is the President and CEO of the CDC Foundation. There, she mobilizes philanthropic and private sector resources to support CDCs critical health protection work, managing hundreds of programs across the United States, and in more than 130 countries. The first part of our conversation that you're about to hear occurred before COVID-19…
 
Dr. Eduardo Sanchez is the Chief Medical Officer for prevention at the American Heart Association, the nation's oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. Dr. Sanchez previously served as the Texas Commissioner of Health and has had advisory roles with the CDC, the Institute of Medicine, and the Nation…
 
Matthew Myers is president of the campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, a leader in the fight to reduce tobacco use and its devastating consequences in the United States and around the world. Matt and I worked together on tobacco control when I was in the senate. Now he's turned his attention to the vaping epidemic that has seen nicotine addiction rates …
 
For this episode we’re doing something a little different. We’re taking you on the ground to Lake Nona Medical City in Orlando, Florida. First proposed in 2005, the city was built from the ground up with a new first-class medical school as its anchor - the UCF College of Medicine. Since that time several new nationally recognized healthcare institu…
 
Dr. Julianne Holt-Lunstad is a professor of psychology and neuroscience at Brigham Young University. She is a loneliness and social isolation expert whose research focuses on the longterm health effects of social connections. And she has made the remarkable finding that being socially isolated carries the same health risk as smoking 15 cigarettes a…
 
Senator Frist talks to Dr. Eric Topol, Founder and Director of the Scripps Research Translational Institute, on how COVID affects the heart, when we might see an effective treatment, and the role AI and data can play in beating this virus. Voted Most Influential Physician Executive in a national poll conducted by Modern Healthcare, Dr. Topol works …
 
Last week I joined my longtime friend, Emmy-award winning television host Larry King to talk COVID, the 2020 Presidential election, and my pandemic prediction from 15 years ago. Our interview aired on his show, PoliticKING, which you can find on Hulu and Ora TV. New episodes air every Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30pm ET. Thanks to Larry and his team …
 
Today I’m joined by the innovative Dr. Joe Coughlin – the founder and director of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology AgeLab. Recognizing that our society hasn’t adapted to meet the needs of our growing older generation, the MIT AgeLab was created as a multidisciplinary research program that works with business, government, and NGOs to improv…
 
Today I'm joined by Susan Salka, CEO AMN Healthcare Services. The largest healthcare staffing company in the nation. Susan joined AMN when it was just 18 employees. Rising through the ranks, she now runs this $2.5 billion company that leads the nation in placing nurses, physicians, and other healthcare personnel. She's also an advocate for promotin…
 
Brian Castrucci is the President and CEO of the de Beaumont Foundation, a philanthropic organization focused on improving health at the community level by investing in tools, partnerships, policies, and the public health workforce. Brian is an award-winning epidemiologist who shares with us why it is vital to invest in our public health infrastruct…
 
Alan Levine is the President and CEO of Ballad health, the innovative integrated healthcare delivery system that serves 1.2 million people in 29 rural counties of Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, Northwestern North Carolina, and South Eastern Kentucky. Alan is a longtime friend who is re-imagining our nation's approach to non urban and rura…
 
Today I’m by joined by Will Brady, the Chief of Staff to the Deputy Secretary and Senior Advisor to the Secretary at the Department of Health and Human Services. It’s a long title, but what it means is that Will is at the center of the major policy decisions being made in our nation’s Health Department. Specifically, Will leads the three issues we …
 
You are about to hear a discussion I’m having on the COVID-19 pandemic with my good friend Dr. Marty Makary, New York Times bestselling author, John Hopkins surgeon and brilliant researcher; and Dr. Larry Van Horn, a healthcare economist, professor at the Vanderbilt Owen School of Management and advisor to the White House. We are presenting virtual…
 
Rajeev Singh is the CEO of Accolade, the market leading personalized advocacy and population health solution for employers health plans and health systems. He was also the co-founder of Concur, the global leader in travel and expense management. A Second Opinion is brought to you by Change Healthcare. From patient to provider to payer, Change Healt…
 
You are about to hear a discussion I’m having on the COVID-19 pandemic with my good friend Dr. Jon Perlin, HCA Healthcare’s President of Clinical Services and Chief Medical Officer; and Dr. Larry Van Horn, a healthcare economist, professor at the Vanderbilt Owen School of Management and advisor to the White House. We are presenting virtually to our…
 
You are about to hear a discussion I’m having on the COVID-19 pandemic with Dr. William Schaffner, an internationally renowned infectious disease specialist and public health expert with Vanderbilt University Medical Center; and Dr. Larry Van Horn, a healthcare economist, professor at the Vanderbilt Owen School of Management and advisor to the Whit…
 
Dean Kamen, a friend with whom I've worked on global health issues for two decades, is a world renowned inventor and engineer, whose inventions have literally changed the way we live. In health, he invented the first drug infusion pump, now used and literally every hospital in America. He pioneered water purification systems, to deliver safe drinki…
 
On April 2nd, A Second Opinion joined with the Princeton University Griswold Center for Economic Policy Studies and the Center for Health and Wellbeing to host a virtual COVID-19 discussion on the “fiscal, monetary and health policy responses and implications for the economic outlook.” I was joined by Jessica Metcalf, Assistant Professor of Ecology…
 
Dr. Michael Abramoff is the founder and executive chairman of IDX Technologies, the artificial intelligence diagnostic company that became the very first company in any field of medicine to get FDA approval for completely autonomous artificial intelligence. His remarkable instruments can independently analyze images of the retina for early signs of…
 
Today's episode focuses on telemedicine and telehealth. Today's pandemic with staying at home and sheltering in becoming the new norm across America has catapulted telemedicine to the top of the healthcare delivery system. It provides convenient and rapid and affordable access to healthcare doctors and nurses. Our guest today is Ann Mond Johnson, C…
 
Dr. Victor Dzau is the president of the National Academy of Medicine, the independent, congressionally chartered organization originally created to advise the federal government and advance the wellbeing of the US population. Today, the National Academy's mandate is much broader. It includes members from across the globe and partners with organizat…
 
Brent Shafer is chairman and CEO of Cerner, the largest electronic health record company in the world. We discuss the phenomenal degree of change that we'll see in healthcare over the next five years and the technology driving that change. Visit A Second Opinion's website here: https://asecondopinionpodcast.com/ Engage with us on social media at: F…
 
Today, on A Second Opinion, we bring you our fifth Special Episode on the coronavirus. In times of crisis, it’s critical to learn from those with the most experience. And in today’s episode, we do just that. We bring you trusted information from Dr. Wenhong Zhang, the leading Chinese physician who has successfully spearheaded public health efforts …
 
Today on A Second Opinion, we bring you our third special episode in our continuing series of providing the most up to date coverage on the 2019 novel coronavirus. This is important information you can use today directly from the most trusted source, the CDC. I'm your host, Senator Bill Frist. We're joined today by Dr. Anne Schuchat, principal depu…
 
Today I sit down with my good friend, Dr. Jon Perlin, President of Clinical Services and Chief Medical Officer of HCA Healthcare. For something a little different for us, Jon interviews me in a wide-ranging discussion touching on electronic health records, the 2020 election and its implications for healthcare, how coronavirus changed the world over…
 
Seema Verma is the Administrator for CMS, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. She oversees the federal agency that provides vital healthcare programs to over 100 million Americans. There, she is aggressively pushing regulatory change to reduce administrative burdens on providers and improve transparency and outcomes for patients. I'm yo…
 
I'm excited to be joined by my good friend, Dr. Anand Parekh, who serves as chief medical advisor for the Bipartisan Policy Center. We've worked together since he joined the BPC in 2015, formulating policies related to the obesity epidemic and nutrition, domestic and global HIV/AIDS, business and public health collaboration, social isolation, rural…
 
Today, on A Second Opinion, we bring you our third special episode in our continuing series of providing up to date, real-time coverage on the 2019 novel coronavirus, now known as COVID19 – a global crisis that has come to the United States. We are joined by Dr. Tom Frieden, Director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from 2009 – 201…
 
This our fourth and final episode of a special four part series where we share insights and predictions from our nation's leading healthcare economist. Today, I'm joined by Dr. Craig Garthwaite, an applied microeconomist who is the Herman R. Smith research professor in hospital and health service, and director of the program on healthcare at the Ke…
 
I’m here today broadcasting from the Bipartisan Policy Center in Washington, DC, where we are releasing a major report that has been three years in the making. For listeners who may not familiar with the BPC, it is a Washington, DC-based think tank that actively fosters bipartisanship by combining the best ideas from both parties to promote health,…
 
Today, we are bringing you a special episode focused on rural health. We're broadcasting from Nashville with a live taping entitled solving the rural healthcare puzzle, national state and provider perspectives. Our panel and discussion are organized by the Nashville Health Care Council, the premier healthcare membership association with nearly 300 …
 
Today, I'm excited to be joined by the brilliant Doctor David Cutler, the Otto Eckstein Professor of Applied Economics in the Department of Economics in the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. David's research has directly impacted state and federal health policy. He was a key advisor in the formulation of Romneycare, advised presid…
 
Today on A Second Opinion, we bring you our second special episode in our continuing series of providing up to date coverage on the 2019 novel coronavirus. On February 7th I spoke with Dr. Jay Butler, the Deputy Director for Infectious Diseases with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Dr. Butler has had extensive experience with serious…
 
Today, on A Second Opinion, we bring you a special episode outside of our regular Monday show schedule to provide up to date coverage on the 2019 novel coronavirus. In this episode we cover all you need to know about this threatening virus, including policy, health and innovation. Answer all the basic questions, including how dangerous the virus is…
 
Today I'm joined by my friend, Dr. Sherry Glied, Dean of New York University's Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Sherry has had a brilliant career conducting health care research and actively creating federal health policy and I'm excited to have her with us today. Before her role as Wagner School Dean, Dr. Glied served as the ass…
 
Dr. Pauly has made significant contributions to the fields of medical economics and health insurance. His classic study on the economics of moral hazard was the first to point out how health insurance coverage may affect patients use of medical services. He is considered one of the original architects of the individual mandate and presented it in f…
 
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