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All across the United States, people are banding together to create a healthier future. State by state, city by city, and street by street, visionary local leaders strive to solve the nation's most persistent health challenges. Each month, we’ll bring you an inside view of a different community-based health initiative — an honest look at the challenges communities face and the outstanding solutions they’ve found to address them. Melissa Eagan is the host of the Healthy Communities News podca ...
 
We are at a watershed moment in healthcare. The entire industry is being compelled to question old assumptions and chart a new path forward - in a word, we need to pivot. This podcast hosted by the editorial team at MedCity News will highlight the strategies, the companies and the personalities spearheading this monumental transformation.
 
No issue is more hotly debated, more important to our economy, and more personal to Americans than health care. On The Next Big Thing in Health - a podcast presented by AHIP - we'll speak with top health care leaders about new big ideas that will help make health care more affordable, more available, and more effective. The Next Big Thing in Health is hosted by AHIP President and CEO, Matt Eyles, and Former Fox 5 News Anchor and President of Laura Evans Media, Laura Evans.
 
HFA's podcast series is designed for young adults with bleeding disorders to learn tips for health and wellness. Listen to learn more about managing stress and mental health, maintaining the motivation to work out, weight lifting, yoga, and healthy eating!HFA would like to thank CDC Collaborative Partners, Shire, CSL Behring and CVS Specialty for their support of HFA’s Young Adult Wellness Podcast Series.
 
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Arundhati interviews Carolyn With, the co-founder and CEO of the startup company, Tia. Together, they discuss the biggest pain points in women’s healthcare today and the health inquiries that exist in the space. Carolyn also shares how Tia is tackling these problems, as well as its recent achievements and their growth plans. Episode Resources Conne…
 
COVID-19 may have exposed the cracks in our social networks, but an organization called Papa has been filling in — especially for those who are older and isolated. It’s an on-demand service to provide companionship and assistance to those who need it. In this Healthy Communities News podcast episode, host Melissa Eagan speaks with Andrew Parker, Pa…
 
Dr. Nitin Gupta is the founder of Rivertowns Pediatrics, a very different type of private practice. Having practiced from Newark, NJ to Caribou, ME, he’s landed on a value-based, concierge model that works. Boiling things down, Dr. Gupta told Daniel, “You're spending more time on that computer than you are face to face with that patient. This gives…
 
This is the second of a series of episodes that focus on performance auditing. In this episode, we discuss the importance of balance in your work program - covering each of the four objectives: Effectiveness Efficiency Economy Compliance Link: This episode's web page (riskinsights.com.au/the-assurance-show-49) About this podcast The podcast for per…
 
Scott Heisler, Principal Consultant and Innovation Specialist with Kaiser Permanente and Dan Trencher, SVP of Corporate Strategy with Teladoc Health joined hosts Laura Evans and AHIP President Matt Eyles to discuss the digital tools that are available to help patients address their mental health and wellness needs.…
 
Now that a new Workforce and Innovation Talent Center (or WITC) has opened in the Hill District community of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, host Melissa Eagan speaks with some of those who will make change real, moving forward. Hear from the WITC manager, Sean Ware, a communications and marketing intern already onsite named Julian McGee, and Brett Worms…
 
Daniel sits down with Dr. Kim Blackwell, former oncologist and Eli Lilly trialist who is now the Chief Medical Officer at Tempus, a technology company that has built the world's largest library of clinical and molecular data as well as an operating system to make that information accessible and useful for patients, physicians, and researchers. They…
 
This is the first of a series of episodes that focus on performance auditing. In this episode, we discuss strategic audit planning (a.k.a. forward work planning). For internal auditors, this is similar to annual (or equivalent) audit planning. Understanding your community / public expectations Understanding your elected body / parliamentarians Unde…
 
Daniel sits down with Dr. Pat Basu, President & CEO of Cancer Treatment Centers of America, to discuss his unique point of view on the evolution of oncology care, precision medicine, the changing role of MD MBAs like himself, his early telemedicine work with Doctor On Demand, as well as his time as a Fellow advising the White House.…
 
In this episode, we interview Michelle Carnahan, President of Thirty Madison. We discuss Michelle’s pivot from pharmaceutical executive to leader of a health tech unicorn and what that means for Thirty Madison going forward.Thirty Madison’s mission is to be a human-first healthcare company delivering specialized care and treatment to everyone. They…
 
In this episode, we interview Saeju Jeong, the Co-Founder and CEO of Noom. Founded in 2008, the company’s mission is to help people everywhere lead healthier lives through behavior change. Although today they are best known for their weight loss app, the company is making a push to extend its behavior change platform further into chronic care, supp…
 
Juliet K. Choi, President and CEO of the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF), joined hosts Laura Evans and AHIP President Matt Eyles to discuss her organization’s work to advance health equity, provide culturally relevant resources and information on COVID-19, and improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacif…
 
In this episode we discuss three simple ways to improve the data cleansing process - easier, faster and higher quality. Find the optimal data source (e.g., don't use a poorly structured dataset) Cleanse iteratively - you may not need all of the fields/columns Import iteratively - start with a subset of the data and build on that as needed Link: Thi…
 
Melissa speaks with John White, Senior Advisor, Workforce Initiatives for CVS Health, and Vincent Campbell, Senior Pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church about the WITC launching in Pittsburgh’s historic Hill District, where the average income is currently between $14,000 and $17,000 a year. As Pastor Campbell says, “If there's a thousand people who nee…
 
Arundhati interviewed Sarah Boyce, CEO of Avidity Biosciences. In October 2019, Sarah Boyce joined Avidity as President and CEO, and she serves as a member of the board of directors. Ms. Boyce brings to Avidity extensive operational, commercial and leadership experience in the life sciences industry and has built global organizations, bringing a nu…
 
In this episode, we chatted with Vijay Patel, Co-Founder and Partner at CVS Health Ventures, a $100M fund dedicated to investing and partnering with high potential health technology startups aimed at building towards CVS’ vision of creating more consumer-centric care.We discussed:- The establishment of CVS Health Ventures as a fund dedicated to dig…
 
Hosts Matt Eyles, AHIP President, and Laura Evans are joined by Dr. Johanna Vidal-Phelan, Senior Medical Services Director of Quality and Pediatrics at UPMC Health Plan, for a discussion on UMPC’s work to deliver accurate and up-to-date COVID-19 information to Spanish-speaking plan members.By America's Health Insurance Plans
 
In this episode we discuss the use of risk/performance indicators. These can be used by audit teams, risk teams and integrity agencies. For audit teams, they are useful throughout the audit lifecycle - planning / risk assessment, fieldwork / conduct and reporting. We explore why they are useful, what to do and briefly how to get started. This page …
 
Daniel sits down with Dr. Mark Hyman, Head of Strategy & Innovation at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Functional Medicine – “a paradigm shift in our thinking about disease.” Dr. Hyman says, “We've now got 155,000 diseases in our diagnostic category book, but they're really all driven by a smaller number of common root causes.”…
 
In this episode, we interview Jonathan Bush, the founder and CEO of Zus Health. We discuss his broad vision for Zus as well as some of his learnings from founding and leading athenahealth as well as serving as the Executive Chairman Firefly Health. Zus Health is seeking to enable the new wave of digital-first provider organizations by building a un…
 
In this episode, we sat down with Clara Burtenshaw, Clara is a biotech and life sciences investor with significant transactional, VC, IP, and operational experience.We discussed:-The evolution of the psychedelics industry from a stigmatized counterculture phenomenon to a scientifically robust industry with support from the FDA for fast-tracking dru…
 
Julian Harris, M.D., is a Partner on the Healthcare Services team at Deerfield and Chairman & CEO at ConcertoCare. Launched in 1994, Deerfield Management Company is an investment firm dedicated to advancing healthcare through information, investment and philanthropy — all toward the end goal of cures for disease, improved quality of life and reduce…
 
Daniel sits down with Dr. Robert Pearl, former surgeon and CEO at Permanente Medical Group for 18 years, about the culture of medicine and his new book Uncaring: How the Culture of Medicine Kills Doctors & Patients (proceeds go to Doctors Without Borders). Dr. Pearl provides an unflinching diagnosis of “physician culture” dating back to Dr. Ignaz S…
 
Arundhati interviewed Dr. Robert Pearl who has written a book about how physician culture needs to be urgently reformed to benefit both patients and the healthcare industry. Episode Resources Connect with Arundhati Parmar aparmar@medcitynews.com https://twitter.com/aparmarbb?lang=en https://medcitynews.com/ Connect with Dr. Robert Pearl drrobertpea…
 
Melissa speaks with Joel Helle, Vice President of Physician Services about the feasibility of reaching the CDC’s goal of decreasing HIV infections 90% by 2030. She speaks to Marco Benjamin, National Liaison, HIV/Sexual Health at CVS Health, and Jen Laws, a CDC HIV Ambassador and public health policy consultant, who are both HIV positive and working…
 
Christine (performance audit) and Xiaoyan (data analytics) are Directors with ANAO, the Australian National Audit Office. In this episode we discuss: What ANAO does The five ways ANAO uses data in its performance audits How performance audit teams work with the central data team Challenges with data preparation The benefits of a strong focus on dat…
 
We speak with Stephen Fontz, CVS District Leader, as well asBishop Donte Hickman from the South Baptist Church, which has stood firm against what he calls, “the suburban flight and the urban blight.” He’s been dealing with vaccination hesitancy in his own special way. By way of example, we also hear from one of Pastor Hickman’s congregants, Sonia S…
 
In this episode, we interviewed Michelle Davey, the Co-Founder and CEO of Wheel. Wheel is working behind the scenes to build many of the telemedicine services you're familiar with. Its online platform matches doctors with patients and also enables any company to stand up a virtual care practice. Wheel makes it simple for companies to build virtual …
 
Daniel is a physician who wears many hats: inventor, founder, investor, and startup advisor. This week he sat down with another physician, Dr. Vineeta Agarwala, who has taken her clinical expertise to a whole other industry. Vineeta is a General Partner at Andreessen Horowitz, where she leads investments for the storied firm’s bio fund (overseeing …
 
In this episode of The Pulse Podcast, we interview Connor Hailey, CEO and Co-Founder of Axle Health, a software platform that enables any company to add in-home visits to their patient offering. We cover Connor's penchant for startup and entrepreneurship, Axle Health's founding story and early product journey and how they have scaled to thousands o…
 
Tiina Landau is an internationally recognized sustainability expert and Certified European Financial Analyst (CEFA). She currently works as Sustainability Manager at Neste Corporation, embedding sustainability considerations into new business models and supply chains. She has extensive experience as a speaker in media and seminars and also writes a…
 
In this episode, we sat down with Sangu Delle, the Chairman and CEO of Africa Health Holdings. Africa Health Holdings is focused on building a sustainable healthcare ecosystem in Africa through its network of healthcare facilities that it owns and manages. To date, Africa Health Holdings portfolio companies have served over 510,000 patients through…
 
Arundhati interviewed Dr. Erich Huang, Chief Data Officer for Quality at Duke Health, and the Director of Duke Forge. They talk about why more hospitals are implementing machine learning tools for healthcare, and the challenges of ensuring these models do not yield biased results. Episode Resources Connect with Arundhati Parmar aparmar@medcitynews.…
 
In this episode, we interview Vik Bakhru, MD, former COO and CFO of ConsejoSano and the founding CMO of Circulo Health. We discuss some of the challenges that ConsejoSano faced as they strove to build consumer trust in the medical system amidst the global pandemic and what’s in store for Circulo Health, the nation’s newest managed Medicaid plan.Fou…
 
Erica Toelle is a senior product marketing manager on the Microsoft compliance product team, with focus on information governance and records management. Erica is a long-time member of the SharePoint and Microsoft 365 community, a former Microsoft MVP, a published author, and a recognized expert in the information governance area. In this episode, …
 
Daniel sat down with Dr. Dylan George, a biosecurity and data expert from Gingko Bioworks. Dylan’s career spans academia and a number of roles in the federal government — advising the Obama administration on Ebola and, more recently, advising the Biden-Harris transition team on COVID-19. If data is the new oil, it's also the new way of protecting o…
 
In this episode of The Pulse Podcast, we interview Afton Vechery, CEO and Co-Founder of Modern Fertility, a reproductive health company making personalized fertility information more accessible.Founded in 2016, Modern Fertility is the women's health company making personalized, proactive fertility information more accessible to women everywhere, wh…
 
Neil Batlivala is the CEO and Co-Founder of Pair Team. Neil Batlivala and Cassie Choi, RN founded Pair in 2019 after experiencing how critical a high functioning administrative team is to provide high-quality primary care by building out operations together at leading tech-enabled practices of Forward and Circle Medical. The majority of healthcare …
 
Michael DeCero is an Internal Audit Analytics Manager at TDS, a telecommunications company. In this episode, Michael explains how he helps his audit team use data. Links: This episode's web page (riskinsights.com.au/the-assurance-show-42) Towards Data Science (www.linkedin.com/company/towards-data-science) Michael on LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/in/m…
 
May is Women’s Health month, and Daniel sat down with Dr. Joanne Armstrong, Chief Medical Officer for Women's Health & Genomics at CVS Health, for both a tactical and macro-level look at how we all measure up to the rest of the world in this area — including prenatal, maternal, and postpartum care, as well as breast cancer and the latest studies on…
 
In this episode, we chatted with Dan Knecht, M.D., M.B.A., Vice President of Clinical Product at CVS Health. Prior to this, Dan served as Vice President of Health Strategy and Innovation for Medical Affairs at Aetna, a CVS Health company.What we discussed:● The CVS Health-Aetna merger in 2018 has enabled the joint company to create more customer-ce…
 
Dr. Andrey Ostrovsky is the former Chief Medical Officer of the US Medicaid program. He is now the Managing Partner at Social Innovation Ventures where he invests in and advises companies and non-profits dedicated to eliminating disparities. He also advises federal and state regulators on how to incorporate human centered design into policy making.…
 
Steve Rummel is a Senior Internal Audit Analytics Manager at CVS Health. In this episode, Steve explains how he helps his audit team use data. Link: This episode's web page (riskinsights.com.au/the-assurance-show-41) About this podcast The podcast for performance auditors and internal auditors that focuses on data & risk. Hosted by Conor McGarrity …
 
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