HealthcareNOW Radio’s live streaming audience averages 36,000 U.S. listeners per month. The station’s archive of podcast episodes on SoundCloud averages 21,000 plays per month. Here are last quarter’s most played episodes from our SoundCloud channel including three timely episodes about the COVID-19 pandemic.
#5 – Anne Snowdon on The Tate Chronicles
Host Jim Tate talks to Anne Snowdon the Director Of Clinical Research at HIMSS about Digital Health. Anne has an extremely deep and varied background in global health issues such as supply chain, sustainability, innovations, clinical research and works with numerous education institutions.
#4 – Jerry Lepore and Rod Cruz on PopHealth Week
Fred Goldstein hosts a Special Edition discussing transforming how care is delivered and experienced, from the waiting room, to the operating room, to the living room. His guests are Jerry Lepore, President and CEO, MobileSmith Health and Rod Cruz, Healthcare Solutions General Manager, Business Marketing, AT&T Business.
#3 – Dr. Alan Young on Payment Matters
Host Jeff Lin is joined by Dr. Alan Young, Chief Medical Officer at Gyant. Jeff and Dr. Young talk about COVID-19 and ways that the healthcare industry and companies like Gyant are responding to the pandemic.
#2 – John Gorman on Paradigm Shift of Healthcare
The medically underserved have been disproportionately impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s easy to feel helpless, but there are more opportunities than ever to step in and make a difference, according to John Gorman, chairman of Nightingale Partners, an advisory firm connecting capital to payers and providers of care to the medically underserved. Learn how independent providers can reduce the impact of social determinants of health during and after the quarantine, and other opportunities that come to light from a fragmented healthcare industry.
#1 – Deanna Parker, RN on The Incrementalist
And last but certainly not least, on our most listened to episode host Dr. Nick van Terheyden aka Dr. Nick talks to Deanna Parker, RN and Assistant VP of Emergency Services Hardin Memorial discuss communication and the value of Vocera but dive into their challenges on the front line, PPE shortages, and the way everything has changed with COVID-19.