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Healthcare Strategies

Xtelligent Healthcare Media

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A podcast for healthcare professionals seeking solutions to today’s and tomorrow’s top challenges. Hosted by the editors of Xtelligent Healthcare Media, this podcast series focuses on real-world use cases that are leading to tangible improvements in care quality, outcomes, and cost. Guests from leading provider, payer, government, and other organizations share their approaches to transforming healthcare in a meaningful and lasting way.
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As a healthcare professional your expertise is not only needed in direct patient care, but the healthcare industry needs your clinical knowledge to help solve healthcare's most challenging issues. Join us weekly if you are a aspiring or established healthcare or nurse consultant interested in learning the strategies and systems to launch and grow a successful consulting firm.
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The Compliance Mastermind podcast is a weekly show designed for healthcare compliance professionals where the goal is to provide inspiration, strategies, and tips for your healthcare compliance program and your career. Host Rebekah Latchis will cover everything from the Medicare Shared Savings Program, to productivity, to compliance best practices, to leadership, and everything in between. Rebekah is a lawyer turned compliance officer with over 16 years experience in health care compliance.
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Cheruba Prabakar, MD, a minimally invasive surgeon, board-certified obstetrician–gynecologist, and Founder and CEO of Lamorinda Gynecology & Surgery, discusses the new United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) breast cancer screening guidelines. While the guidelines recommend starting mammograms at age 40, Prabakar expressed concerns ab…
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Medical crowdfunding is one way that patients handle high medical bills. How does this trend reflect on the state of healthcare prices in the US and how can payers and healthcare leaders respond? Divya Sangameshwar, an Insurance Expert and Spokesperson at ValuePenguin by LendingTree, shares the results of a crowdfunding report and discusses these q…
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To make the best health decisions, patients and their physicians must be guided by high-quality, comprehensive information. Jennifer Ford, manager of clinical product management and genomics at MEDITECH, and Jackie Rice, VP and CIO at Fredrick Health, join us to discuss managing the fast-moving nature of genetic information, bringing genomics into …
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How does public health fit into the patchwork of the US healthcare system? Oscar Alleyne, managing director, public health at MITRE, dives into public health data collection and implementation processes and how these overlap with other sectors of the healthcare industry.Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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Unintentional disclosures of adolescents’ protected health information are major privacy and security concerns that providers must navigate. Natalie Pageler, MD, chief health informatics officer and division chief of pediatric clinical informatics at Stanford Medicine Children’s Health, discusses how the use of large language models (LLMs) could he…
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There are growing pains that come with technological advancement in healthcare. In this episode, Paul Wilder, executive director at CommonWell Health Alliance, addresses the increasing importance of interoperability in the healthcare industry, the biggest challenges in his line of work, the nuances of digital healthcare records, and more.…
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In this episode, Hilary Hatch, PhD, clinical psychologist and Chief Clinical Officer at Phreesia, discusses the multiple factors contributing to vaccine hesitancy. Hatch unlocks the definition of vaccine hesitancy beyond social media rhetoric focused on anti-vaxxers and outlines how the healthcare system can combat hesitancy.…
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From telemedicine platforms to electronic health records, digital transformation has revolutionized healthcare. While it has allowed for enhanced efficiency and accessibility, digital transformation is not without its challenges. David Nace, MD, CMO of Innovaccer, joins us to discuss the importance of recognizing the context of specific data, codin…
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When a ransomware attack hit Change Healthcare in February, claims processing halted for providers nationwide, causing significant operational and financial disruptions that are persisting today. Jill McKeon, associate editor at HealthITSecurity, discusses UnitedHealth Group’s response to the cyberattack, the ongoing recovery process, and what this…
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How can health system leaders keep a finger on the pulse of a community effectively to connect patients with the necessary resources and improve health equity? Nwando Anyaoku, MD, GVP, Chief Health Equity and Clinical Innovation Officer at Providence Health, shares how to maintain strong community connections, incentivize providers to be aware of s…
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Remote patient monitoring (RPM) has proved effective in enhancing chronic disease management among adult and pediatric patients alike. While many health systems choose to partner with third-party digital health companies to employ RPM, Phoenix Children’s Hospital decided to develop these tools in-house. In this episode, David Higginson, the hospita…
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Preparing for the future of technology starts with a flexible strategy. Organizations can ensure efficient strategies by emphasizing communication and collaboration, so they are evaluated from different perspectives. Keith Duemling, senior director of cybersecurity technology protection at Cleveland Clinic, shares his thoughts on the future of the …
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The consequential nature of healthcare calls for tools and technology that are fair, equitable, and useful to both patients and caregivers. With the rise of AI comes ethical questions surrounding its use in healthcare, and how it can be used in the most responsible and efficient ways possible. Brian Anderson, MD, CEO and co-founder of the Coalition…
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For providers, digital quality measure adoption and the ongoing shift to value-based care in the healthcare industry often simply mean more tasks to add to their plates. How can policymakers, payers, and other stakeholders better align quality measures with the provider experience and what needs to change about communication around quality measure …
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Bringing APIs into healthcare has been no small task and this Industry Perspectives guest should know. Don Rucker, MD, is currently the chief strategy officer at 1upHealth, but his former role as the National Coordinator National Coordinator for Health Information Technology gave him insight into how healthcare organizations can better collaborate …
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With persistent health data usability challenges across the industry, The Sequoia Project's Data Usability Taking Root Initiative is looking to drive interoperability through existing data standards. Holly Miller, MD, chief medical officer at MedAllies, a health IT network participating in the initiative, discusses the main data usability issues im…
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CMS produced a new tool to help hospitals comply with price transparency rules, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved an artificial intelligence tool that assesses patients' risk for sepsis, and more on today's episode.Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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How can Google make healthcare information more useful and accessible? What is the best role for the cloud in healthcare data management? Aashima Gupta, Global Director of Healthcare at Google, and Kalyan Pamarthy, Group Project Manager for Generative AI and Search at Google, address these questions and share their thoughts on the potential for clo…
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Widespread consolidation in healthcare is threatening the independence of most private practices. However, private practices are vital to the healthcare ecosystem, delivering the high-quality, personalized care that patients need. Moshe Chasky, MD, FACP of Alliance Cancer Specialists, shares what happened when a health system came knocking at his d…
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With cyberattacks on the rise--including the advent of the largest cyber event in American healthcare history, the Change Healthcare event--healthcare leaders are scrambling to refortify their health IT security protocols. Matt DeFrain, managing director of MorganFranklin Cyber, and Tamara Nolan, senior director of Cyber & Operational Resilience at…
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FDA approves an artificial intelligence (AI) tool that identifies heart failure in seconds, the American College of Surgeons shares the best uses for telehealth in surgical practices along with guidelines for integration, and more on today's episode.Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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In this episode, Janpaul Portal, Esq, Managing Director of pharmaceutical and medical device litigation at MSP Recovery Law Firm, sheds light on the complex realm of recent legal challenges surrounding medical devices and pharmaceutical drugs. With a particular focus on sleep apnea devices and insulin pricing, Portal provides valuable insights into…
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In this episode, Rich Birhanzel, senior managing director and global health lead at Accenture, shares the highlights from HIMSS 2024. Specifically, he dives into workforce management and generative AI trends which were the main topics of conversation at the conference.Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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Diabetes management tools attract a lot of physician and patient attention, but some do not live up to their promises. Epic is adding ambient intelligence to its EHRs. Medicaid disenrollments rocket past HHS projections. A proposal in the Senate would offer financial relief to providers affected by cybersecurity crises.…
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In this episode, we talk to Kayla Monfort, the co-director of Activate Allen County, a public health initiative in Ohio that created a database to fuel its health improvement efforts. Monfort discusses how to use data for public health and engage local partners to pool community health data.Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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Is healthcare technology helping or hurting provider burnout? And what can healthcare systems do to offer healthcare professionals more opportunities for work-life balance? These are the million-dollar--or more--questions that healthcare leaders face as they work with a shrinking pool of providers and heavy administrative burdens. Michelle Flemming…
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Pharmacy benefit managers and payers have a lot of influence over prescription drug affordability, but does their traditional working model actually benefit health plan members? Alison Lum, vice president of pharmacy services at Blue Shield of California, shares what needs to change about the PBM-payer relationship to improve prescription drug cost…
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The mental health crisis in the United States has contributed to an increase in suicide deaths in recent years. Kimberly Roaten, PhD, ABPP, professor in the Department of Psychiatry at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and associate chief quality and safety officer for Behavioral Health - Parkland Health, and Jacqueline Naeem, MD, sen…
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In this episode, Stephanie Page, MD, PhD, Co-Director of the University of Washington Medicine Diabetes Institute, Robert B. McMillen Professor of Medicine in Lipid Research and head of the Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology, and Nutrition, discusses the role of male birth control in the global unplanned pregnancy epidemic. Page describes existi…
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Remote patient monitoring tools are increasingly used to deliver cancer care in patient homes. However, the success of these programs depends on various factors, including patient engagement. Glen Peterson, NP, an associate professor of hematology at the University of Colorado Medicine, discusses study findings on the efficacy of an RPM-based outpa…
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In this episode, Alivia Kaylor, MSc, senior editor, and Veronica Salib, associate editor at Xtelligent Healthcare Media, provide in-depth insights into the revolutionary strides defining the landscape of the life sciences and pharmaceutical industry in 2024. Unveiling transformative breakthroughs — including pioneering achievements in gene therapy,…
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The cost of delivering quality care is higher than ever, while payers are looking to downsize reimbursement rates as much as possible. As a result, many rural hospitals have closed or are on the brink of closure, exacerbating access to care challenges. Our editors discuss what is causing rural hospitals to shutter their doors and what some provider…
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With the start of a new year, healthcare executives assess the state of the industry and set expectations for top trends and key strategies that will be widely implemented. Join four Xtelligent Healthcare Media senior staff members as we share what we have been hearing from healthcare leaders about 2024.…
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Automation could take many mundane yet demanding tasks off of providers' to-do lists. Russ Richmond, co-founder and chief executive officer of Laudio, shares why providers should embrace automation and what next steps they can take toward adopting the technology in this final episode of Industry Perspectives.…
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CMS has announced a new maternal health model. Some US healthcare spending trends dropped to pre-pandemic levels in 2022. Additionally, Medicare opioid use disorder treatment falls behind and the US Supreme Court will review an abortion pill.Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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With the increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, awareness of climate change and its health effects is growing. Titus Schleyer, DMD, PhD, Regenstrief Institute research scientist, discusses how health informatics can help enhance resilience against the evolving threats of a changing climate.…
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Technology has become crucial to the nursing profession, but how can healthcare organizations implement new technologies while maintaining personal nurse-patient interactions? Dusti Browning, vice president of growth and client solutions for Conduit Health Partners, shed some light on potential solutions.…
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Cigna and Humana have called off their planned merger in the wake of shareholder backlash. Remote patient monitoring offers a healthy return on investment, according to early estimates. Additionally, CVS Health introduces a new app to integrate healthcare tools for patients and external payer audits quadruple in 2023.…
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NewYork-Presbyterian is home to an innovative maternal mental health program that enlists the work of a multidisciplinary care team centered around doula care to support birthing people in the postpartum period. By employing this community-centered approach, NYP works to make maternal mental healthcare more accessible, closing the gap in the number…
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Sexual health is laden with stigma across our society, but the solution starts with reducing stigma among providers. Daphne Chen, co-founder and co-chief executive officer of TBD Health, explains how one hybrid sexual health clinic--originally designed to serve vagina owners but now open to penis-owning partners as well--seeks to improve access to …
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As artificial intelligence continues to gain traction in healthcare, clinicians will be expected to engage with these technologies more and more. In this episode of Healthcare Strategies, Ronald Rodriguez, MD, PhD, professor of medical education at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, details how he and other stakeholders h…
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Genomics is a burgeoning field, with advancements that affect gene therapies and personalized medicine. Kamal Obbad, chief executive officer and co-founder of Nebula Genomics, offered some context for the field's prominence and recent evolution and provided some insight into what the future might hold for genomics.…
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Researchers from multiple institutions collaborate to create an ingestible, wireless remote patient monitoring device. Healthcare is fourth highest on the list of targets for the world's most dangerous malware.Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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Hybrid care and new technology partnerships are growing trends in the healthcare industry. Frank McGillin, chief executive office at The Clinic by Cleaveland Clinic, gives an inside peek at developing hybrid care models and choosing the right technology partners.Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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