What is happening in the employer healthcare market is astounding - perhaps revolutionary. Most of the experts I have spoken with agree that it’s the employers who will be the ...
It’s become increasingly apparent that large employers are rapidly becoming the most disruptive force in American healthcare today. Think Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, JP Morgan Chase, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Comcast, CVS ...
The major theme of this interview is how a traditional healthcare insurance company - Aetna - is redefining what it means to be a payer.They are reorganizing healthcare delivery to ...
Our guest this week - Robert Pearl, MD - has nearly 2 decades of experience leading two of the nation’s largest medical groups. As CEO of The Permanente Medical Group ...
Consumerism - the promotion of consumers' perspectives & interests - is one of the hottest & rapidly emerging topics in healthcare today. Whether you’re a large healthcare delivery network, hospital ...
Friends & Colleagues, After interviewing more than 50 insightful, courageous and accomplished leaders who are literally creating a new healthcare, we are going to turn the tables in this podcast ...
For anyone who doesn’t appreciate the critical importance of healthcare economics in the U.S., consider this: The average price for health insurance in the U.S. for a family of four ...
Social determinants of health (SDOH) represent the largest set of factors in determining healthcare outcomes & utilization. Despite understanding this, a fundamental problem remains: How to motivate & sustain healthful ...
Despite the fact that nearly one in five hospitalized patients is discharged to a skilled nursing facility, inpatient rehabilitation service or into a home health care program - the so-called ...
Episode #40 – MintHealth - A Blockchain Tech-Enabled Platform Empowering Consumers to Make Lasting Healthy Behavior Change
The rapidly escalating impact of chronic disease is devastating populations, employers, payers & economies - both in the U.S. and across the globe. The World Health Organization (WHO) projects that, ...
It’s been said that our zip codes impact our health more than our genetic codes. How do the social determinants of health -- education, employment, public transportation, safe housing and ...
Episode #38: Affordable Concierge Primary Care - Honoring Seniors & Delivering Better Health Outcomes
Friends & colleagues,The care of patients with chronic medical conditions represents a significant dilemma in healthcare today. How do we optimize cost effectiveness while achieving good health outcomes? In today’s ...
Episode #37 - Making it easier for patients & providers to do the right things - an interview with Kevin Volpp MD, Founding Director of CHIBE
Human behavior is, by far, the single biggest lever we have to impact our health outcomes. Yet, despite the profound impact our behaviors have on health outcomes, as well as ...
Episode 36 - Insights into Creating a Model Healthcare System - w/ Dr. Mark Briesacher, Chief Physician Executive & President, Intermountain Med Group
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a model healthcare system? In this interview, Dr. Mark Briesacher provides us with profound insight into how Intermountain Healthcare consistently maintains ...
Episode #35 - Do Employee Wellness Programs actually make Employees Well? - an interview with Al Lewis, Founder of Quizzify
Al Lewis may be one of the most controversial, and respected, figures in the employee health & wellness industry. His insight and candor have earned him various labels and epithets ...
Episode #34 - How Geisinger Thinks About Strategy - an interview with Dominic Moffa, EVP & Chief Strategy Officer for Geisinger
Given the rapid, tumultuous, and unprecedented changes in healthcare these days, there are very few things that are as important to a hospital system or integrated delivery network as developing ...
Episode #33: Lessons on Healthcare Media & Leadership - with Scott Becker, founder & publisher of the Becker’s Healthcare & Becker’s Hospital Review
Friends & colleagues,This week’s podcast episode is unusual in a number of ways. First, we’re posting a bit earlier in the week than usual - to coincide with the Becker’s ...
Episode #32 - Reframing How Doctors Make Clinical Decisions - Dave Slawson MD, International Lecturer in Evidence-Informed Decision Making
Episode #32 - Reframing How Doctors Make Clinical Decisions - an interview with Dave Slawson MD, Professor of Family Medicine & Internationally Renowned Lecturer in Evidence-Informed Decision Making & Information ...
Episode #31 - “Delivering Affordable Healthcare with Dignity” - a Telling Interview with Dr. Josh Luke, former Healthcare CEO and Best-Selling Author
The problem we’ll be addressing in this episode - which is of critical national significance - is the unsustainable burden of healthcare costs. We’ll cover two major issues: (1) tactics ...
Episode #30 - 'Well-Being' with Dr. Raphaela O'Day, Senior Manager of Evidence and Strategic Content with Johnson & Johnson Health & Wellness Solution
How many of us can define ‘well-being’? How many of us understand the factors that enhance it? How many of us think about the issue of ‘well-being’ or do anything ...