NOW on-demand, Trending NOW episode with host Shahid N. Shah and guest Ryne Natzke, Chief Revenue Officer at TrustCommerce, a Sphere Company.Read More
Find a new podcast or catch up on some of your favorites, here are all the newest episodes released this week on Healthcare NOW Radio. Have a great weekend!
Now on-demand, Value-Based Care Insights host Daniel J. Marino speaks with Jeffry Alan Peters, Managing Principal at Lumina on issues facing medical groups.
By Jason Brown – From initial claim submission to filling additional documentation requests, and responding to payer audits or denials, healthcare provider organizations dedicate significant time and resources to collaboration with payers.
New On Demand Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest Hal Baker, MD Senior Vice President & Chief Digital & Chief Information Officer at WellSpan Health. He highlights his journey from a traditional analog native to embracing and championing technological advancements in healthcare.
New On Demand Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest John Martin, MD, Chief Medical Officer, at Butterfly Network, Inc. John shares his personal interactions with the world of medicine both as a vascular surgeon but also as a patient.
On this episode of The Digital Patient, hosts Alan Sardana & Dr. Joshua Liu speak with Dr. Matthew Sakumoto, Virtualist & Chief Medical Information Officer at Sutter West Bay Region about being a virtual-first primary care doc, tips to improve digital empathy, and working as a team to reduce clinician burnout.
NOW on demand, The Tate Chronicles with host Jim Tate and guest Kel Pults, Chief Clinical Officer and VP, Government Strategy for MediQuant sharing best practices on healthcare data archiving.
New On Demand Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest Rob Brisk, MBChb PhD Chief Scientific Officer for Eolas Medical. Rob shares his journey from being a physician to venturing into the world of AI and emphasizes the importance of clinicians’ involvement in AI developments, highlighting the need for a cautious approach.