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American Healthcare Entrepreneurs and Execs you might want to know. Talking. Relentless Health Value is a weekly interview podcast hosted by Stacey Richter, a healthcare entrepreneur celebrating fifteen years in the business side of healthcare. This show is for leaders in pharma, devices, payers, providers, patient advocacy and healthcare business. It's for health industry innovators, entrepreneurs or wantrepreneurs or intrapreneurs. Relentless Healthcare Value is the show for you if you wan ...
 
We talk with employers, benefits advisors, technology innovators, and other experts in wellness, human resources, and healthcare."Healthcare on the Rocks" is a production of Springbuk. Imagine a world where every healthcare decision is backed and guided by data. Springbuk is the health data analytics solution that equips you with the insights and expertise you need to sharpen your benefits strategy, advance employee health, and contain costs. Unlike legacy data warehouses, we simplify data-d ...
 
Welcome to the HETT - Healthcare Excellence Through Technology podcast. Designed by the healthcare industry, for the healthcare industry, subscribe to stay up to date with the latest in digital health developments to help you on your digital transformation journey. Hear guidance and updates from the digital pioneers and health technology innovators from across the healthcare ecosystem who are leading the response to the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as fostering a digitally-ready culture and dr ...
 
Reiki Radio features the innovators, pioneers and visionaries of Reiki Practice. Guest interviews highlight the importance and value of Reiki Practice in our healthcare settings. Topics focus on subjects like the benefits of Reiki as a healing modality to healthcare providers; relevant Reiki research that is being conducted and has been done; and how Reiki Practice is a complement to traditional Western Medicine. Reiki Radio, which informs, educates and broadens our scope of practice, certai ...
 
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John Marc is the Head of R&D at WeWALK, a startup with the ultimate vision to be a platform that unites the visually impaired community and improves societal integration through mobility. It has created a smart cane and a companion app to bring tech advancements to the standard white cane. Learn about all the features, their design and development …
 
I attended the STAT Summit last week and heard the heart-wrenching story told by Charles Johnson, who is the founder of 4Kira4Moms, which is a group dedicated to improving maternal health equity. Charles’s family is African American. After a planned C-section, his otherwise-healthy wife died an avoidable death because 10 hours after the clinical te…
 
Here in the middle of the “Great Resignation,” wellness programs play a huge role in attracting and retaining top employees. Courtney Schroeder, Well-being Strategy Consultant at WellRight, says the top question used to be “What is my bonus structure?” Now there’s been a shift back to “What is the culture?” Standards are higher for perks and benefi…
 
Over the holiday season here, we’re running some of our favorite episodes from years past. This one is with Mike Schneider, who actually has taken another role since this show was recorded. Other than that, the information that Mike shares during this episode from 2020 is all good. So, let’s do this thing. Disclaimer before we get started here: Thi…
 
In this healthcare podcast, I speak with Peter Hayes, who is president and CEO at the Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine and a national presence in healthcare strategy, innovation, and a frequent keynote speaker. One thing, among many, that Peter said during our conversation struck me. He said it will take a village to fix what ails the healthc…
 
In this episode, UnitedHealth Group National Vice President Cyrus Batheja joins Eric to share his inspirational personal story and how it motivates his desire to break down the barriers to healthcare. During the conversation, it becomes clear Cryus is a remarkable individual. He details his family’s journey to America and his experience growing up …
 
At the beginning of 2021, my guest in this healthcare podcast, Paul Simms, had come up with a set of predictions for 2021. Some came true; some didn’t. But I was fascinated by a bunch of things, one of them being Paul’s sort of implicit and explicit assessment of the context of these predictions. Right now, Pharma is in a weird moment: It’s a confl…
 
In today’s dynamic labor market, it often takes more than a competitive salary and a solid medical plan to attract and retain the best employees. U-Haul, one of the Healthiest 100 employers in the United States, understands that better than most companies. Monique Harty, U-Haul’s Wellness Program Manager, explains that the 76-year-old do-it-yoursel…
 
I was on LinkedIn, and someone was saying, “Oh, there’s no real money in generic drugs. It’s not a huge issue if patients are paying 10 bucks instead of 93 cents for something. It’s not like anyone is getting rich off of that, and it’s not like patient impact here is super meaningful.” This is a pretty common refrain, actually; and from a conventio…
 
In this episode, Lisa Davis, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at Blue Shield of California (BSC) sits down with Eric to talk about BSC's overall Health Reimagined strategy, BSC's Portfolio Product Models, and their new partnership with Google Cloud. In addition, Lisa dives into criminal and counterintelligence and how the overall…
 
Most people who have been in the healthcare industry for a while have heard by now the metaphor about the two canoes. Provider organizations or health systems with some of their payments coming from a fee-for-service (FFS) payment model and some of them coming from value-based arrangements have the challenge of one foot in the FFS canoe and one foo…
 
Our panel of experts from Banner Health, BlueCross BlueShield of South Carolina, SCAN Health Plan and other leading healthcare organizations share case studies and best practices for engaging consumers in decision-making and behavior change to improve health outcomes. Find out why a human-centric approach may help persuade consumers to actively par…
 
This episode’s conversation is about the new Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), the fee disclosure part of it, as well as ERISA and the fiduciary responsibility that self-insured employers are responsible to comply with under the law. Don’t worry, the first thing my guest in this healthcare podcast, Christin Deacon, does is explain these terms,…
 
Leaders from Humana, ProMedica, Health Plan of San Mateo, Alliance of Community Health Plans, and Insignia Health share case studies and best practices for leveraging health data to drive consumer activation, improve health outcomes and reduce costs. Topics include: Using AI, machine learning, and language processing to drive more effective communi…
 
First, let’s talk about reducing administrative waste in the US healthcare system. There was a pretty famous 2019 study by Shrank et al. that estimated about 25% of the $3.6 trillion the US spends on healthcare annually is potentially wasteful. This is each person spending $2500 unnecessarily. Robert Kocher wrote a really interesting article about …
 
In today’s tight labor market, employers are struggling to identify the unique value proposition that they can offer to prospective employees as well as to retain current staff. For example, the importance of - and desire for - family benefits and mental health have risen dramatically over recent years. Another set of hot-button questions for HR le…
 
In this episode, we talk with Jason Nordby, who is a senior account executive and partner at M3 Insurance, specializing in employee benefits and coordinating ongoing service for clients to ensure that their coverage meets their needs. Jason is also M3’s director of employee benefits captive practice. In this role, he serves as a subject matter expe…
 
In “Healthcare on the Rocks - Employee Benefits with a Twist,” we talk with employers, benefits advisors, technology innovators, and other experts in wellness, human resources, and healthcare. Our first guest is Scott McGohan, CEO of McGohan Brabender, one of the largest independent health insurance brokers in the Midwest with offices in Dayton, Co…
 
Panelists: Cara McNulty, President, Behavioral Health & EAP, CVS | Aetna Claire Neely, MD, FAAP, President & CEO, Institute for Clinical Systems Improvement The mental health experience can be daunting and lonely with the stigma attached preventing many people from getting the care they need. With the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated mental health iss…
 
There’s a next generation of digital front doors being created that open up to a patient/member experience that folds in payer, provider, and employer data—plus behavioral data the patient themselves generates when they browse through content in there. Because that’s what it takes for a so-called personalized experience or patient journey to ensue.…
 
Reference-based pricing, the way that most employee benefit consultants use the term anyway, refers to a methodology used by employers to pay providers for services. Usually we’re talking within a fee-for-service (FFS) environment here. The way it typically works ... there are different flavors, but how it typically works is this: Reference-based p…
 
Let’s just start here: As a general construct, insurance carriers have every incentive for health insurance premiums to go up every year. If you’re an employer, that is a material fact. Is it counterintuitive? Maybe. Except if you’re an employer and your premiums are going up year after year, it begs the question why, every single year, the already…
 
Experts from Mass General Hospital, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, AvMed and Appnovation discuss bright spots in consumer engagement and how to reinvent your patient engagement strategies. Panelists: Ana Eberhard, Vice President, Member Experience, AvMed Susie Hume, Director of Digital Strategy, Experience and Delivery at Excellus BCBS Susan Edgman…
 
My overarching thought throughout a lot of this interview was that improving rural health will take everyone remembering to not let perfect be the enemy of the good. If I live in rural America, there’s no subspecialists. Forget about even seeing a garden-variety kind of specialist. I might have to drive hours to even get to a PCP. There are NPs (nu…
 
Here’s the cold hard truth: The whole specialty pharmacy operational model is not built to serve patients, a fact that becomes crystal clear when you’re a patient. Instead, the specialty pharmacy model is, rather, pretty blatantly dedicated to the power struggle for revenue and captive patient populations. It’s war between providers and the whole P…
 
How Payers and Providers Can Drive Better Health Literacy in Underserved Communities Dr. Lisa Fitzpatrick, MD, MPA, MPH, CEO and Founder of Grapevine Health has dedicated her life to improving Health Literacy and diffusing the distrust around healthcare in our underserved communities. During this interview, Lisa shares strategies and tactics to hel…
 
Dr Piya Sorcar is the founder of TeachAids. She leads a team of world experts developing public health education content used in 82 countries. In this episode, we discuss Crashcourse, an education tool that aims to reduce the effect of concussions through interactive and virtual reality digital content. Learn about her journey, funding, creating co…
 
I was listening to a panel discussion and heard Brandon Weber use the phrase the “barbarians at the gate” of the healthcare industry. I think I reached out to invite him to come on the podcast before the end of the segment. But at risk of spoiler alerts, let me sum up what I think is so interesting about Brandon’s insights, which he talks about on …
 
Dr. Talya Schwartz, President & CEO of MetroPlus Health Plan joins Eric on the podcast! Talya and Eric discuss overall strategy and approaches a CEO must consider and how to manage relations with both local municipalities and community--based organizations (CBOs). Talya shares specific examples around how to more effectively build roots within your…
 
Here’s a hot take for you. I just learned what a hot take was last week, so, of course, I needed to get me one on the quick. The thing with hot takes, from what I understand, is that they are open for discussion. What I’m talking about today is something I’ve been thinking about for a while, and I would be interested in your thoughts, since probabl…
 
This conversation starts out talking about the RUC, which is a committee run by the AMA, who has the sole source contract with CMS to figure out how many RVUs any given procedure or service is worth. There are roughly four times as many specialists on this RUC committee as PCPs. You might be able to see where this is going, but let me let our guest…
 
In this healthcare podcast, I’m talking with Brian Klepper. If you haven’t heard of him, Brian’s a longtime healthcare analyst and former CEO of the National Business Coalition on Health. This interview takes off like a shot, as most of my conversations with Brian Klepper do. We’re talking about primary care and its various iterations. We start out…
 
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