New On Demand Healthcare Upside/Down: With guest Michael Abramoff, MD, PhD, Founder and Executive Chairman at Digital Diagnostics, and Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences at the University of Iowa Hospital and Clinics.Read More
This summer we have asked our radio hosts to invite our podcast hosts on their shows to get to know them. On this episode, Tom Foley talks to Daniel J. Marino, host of Value-Based Care Insights and his producer Lucy Zielinski.
New On Demand Dr. Nick: The Incrementalist: With guest Rob Lowe, CEO of WellSpring a company focused on identifying technology and intellectual property and successfully rolling out that technology.
Now on demand, Health Unabashed episode with guest Frank Westermann, co-founder and co-CEO of 9AM.health, a StartUp Health portfolio company headquartered in San Diego, CA. 9am.health is a virtual diabetes clinic that delivers personalized, affordable, and compassionate care directly to consumers.
Now on demand, Tamara Ward, SVP of Insurance Business Operations at Oscar Health, who shares what happens when you put empathy at the center of the transformation equation. Sometimes starting and failing at transformation is still better than never trying it at all because of what you learn along the way.
New On Demand Healthcare Upside/Down: With guest Alina Czekai, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at Cohere Health. She joins Dr. Nick to discuss, among other things, reducing the burden of documentation requirements on patients and providers.
Our radio station Healthcare Now Radio uses SoundCloud to house our shows’ archives and we’ve been tracking which episodes get the most listens. This week’s Friday at Five lists the episodes played most often on our SoundCloud channel within the last three months.
This summer we have asked our radio hosts to invite our podcast hosts on their shows to get to know them. On this episode, Jim Tate talks to Don Hardwick, host of Follow the (Medical) Record.
New On Demand Healthcare Upside/Down: With guest Hamish MacDonald, CEO and Founder of the Sovereignty Network. They discuss the evolving marketplace of data, privacy concerns, and explain why making patient data available is not just the law but also good business.