This Week Sarah Richardson stops by to share the insights and learnings around staff experience, digital transformation and we take a walk into the geek world of virtual desktops and what it might mean for Health IT. Hope you enjoy.
Jeff Gourdji, co-Author of the book “Making the Healthcare Shift, The Transformation to Consumer-Centricity” joins me to discuss the five shifts that healthcare organizations need to make to adapt to this movement sweeping across healthcare. Hope you enjoy.
Drex DeFord drops in to discuss Amazon’s broad push into healthcare with the Haven announcement and an AI partnership with Beth Israel Lahey. Plus we discuss Eric Topol’s new book on Artificial Intelligence.
The trends for this year are emerging and Social Determinants and Consumer-Centric Health are two widely talked about items for 2019. David Bensema, M.D. and I discuss where the emphasis for Health IT should be for these two important discussions. Hope you enjoy.
Sometimes it is good to look at a problem through another set of eyes. Microsoft Veteran B.J. Moore just stepped in as CIO of Providence St. Joseph Health one of the largest not for profit health systems in the country. We capture his first impressions and perspective on the potential of technology in healthcare.
Darren Dworkin continues to lead the charge for innovation in healthcare. In this Discussion, we look at the intent and impact of the latest CMS announcements and we take a look at models for innovation. Hope you enjoy.
As John Halamka transitions personally into the Innovation role as a focus following the Beth Israel-Lahey merger we explore health innovation topics. What is the impact of the new rule, how will we structure, and what models are we seeing for innovation in healthcare.
Waystar provides a cloud based RCM solution that serves 450K providers, 5,000 health plans, and over 2 Billion Transactions.
In this episode Matt and I talk about modernizing healthcare experiences with the consumer at the center and technology as the foundation. Our premise is that this is the only way to ensure future relevance in the healthcare value chain.
What if we could provide targeted training for the next generation of female leaders in Health IT that gave them the skills needed to break the glass ceiling. Sue Schade has taken a step in that direction with C-Change.
Wes Wright has the experience of being a large system CTO and now one of the leading IAM providers in healthcare. We tap into both experiences in this wide ranging discussion to explore how Health IT is changing.
Wellpepper completed a randomized control study which showed that digital intervention activated patients earlier in the process to produce greater gains. Moving beyond experience to better clinical outcomes. Anne Weiler and I explore innovation on this episode.
Democrats and Republicans from three administrations spanning decades delivered a HIMSS keynote discussion where they declared bipartisan agreement on consumer centric interoperability. Aneesh Chopra helps us explore what this means for Health IT.
The combination of Voice, ML, AI, and NLP have the ability to make the computer disappear from the exam room. Nuance demonstrated it and Joe Petro explains it in this discussion form the HIMSS floor.
How can technology serve the poor and vulnerable in our communities. In this discussion with Khan Siddiqui. M.D. we explore creative solutions that which establish new touch points to provide care.
Vik Nagjee is someone who has worked with the large health systems to modernize their stack. His focus is on simplifying the architecture to reduce complexity and increase agility. Another conversation from the HIMSS floor.
Executive search firms are busy in Health IT. New roles are emerging and the requirements for existing roles are changing. Check out this discussion from the floor of HIMSS with Nick Giannas from Witt/Kieffer on some of these changes.
Continuing our series of discussion from CHIME/HIMSS 2019 we hear from Tressa Springmann where we discuss the opportunity to transform the call center into a virtual hospital.
Continuing our series of discussion from CHIME/HIMSS 2019 we hear from Andy Crowder the CIO for Scripps Health in San Diego. Andy discusses their focus on building on the foundation of a successful EHR implementation to build a better experience.
Continuing our series of discussion from CHIME/HIMSS 2019 we hear from John Glasser where we discuss a wide range of topics from population health to the future of computational models to see patterns and inform better care.
Continuing our series of discussion from CHIME/HIMSS 2019 we hear from Dr. Nick van Terheyden where we discuss innovation, rediscovering foundations for health and the walking gallery.
Continuing our series of discussion from CHIME/HIMSS 2019 we hear from Joel Vengco SVP and CIO for Baystate Health where we discuss knowing your patient in the world of value based care. Plus innovating with a partnership strategy.
Thank you for your feedback. 2018 was a great season but we have even more planned for the coming year. Check out our Season 2 kickoff show.
How do you create and sustain a culture of innovation? What are the best practices you can refine and embed as part of your organization’s DNA? Ed Marx has gathered stories from 40+ collaborators on fostering innovation in healthcare. In the new book: Voices of Innovation: Fulfilling the Promise of Information Technology in Healthcare which we discuss on this, the first episode of Influence a production of This Week in Health IT.
45,000+ people will be descending on Orange County Florida for HIMSS 2019. It is an Opportunity Rich Environment for those who are prepared. Find out what industry veteran David Muntz recommends to get the most out of the event.
Almost 30 CEOs and CFOs from major health systems came to JP Morgan to present to their bond holders. Find out what everyone talked about. This Week in Health IT.
Thank you for a great year. I didn’t know what to expect when I started this podcast and every aspect of it has exceeded my expectations. On this episode I highlight just a small piece of the great wisdom that these dedicated professionals shared with the show over the past year. Enjoy and Happy New Year.
Value is derived from the application of data in a digital economy. However, getting the right foundation and framework for data in healthcare can be elusive. In this first Case Study episode, we explore this challenge with Dale Sanders the VP of Technology for Health Catalyst.