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Healthcare Strategies

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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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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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Large payer organizations reported around 10.1 million averted surprise bills and accountable care organizations are flocking to Medicare's Shared Savings program.Από τον Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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CMS has finalized prior authorization policies that please most major provider organizations and a new survey shows that EHR transformation is one key strategy for reducing provider burnout.Από τον Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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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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Amazon has added a health benefits check to its growing range of healthcare capabilities. Meanwhile, value-based purchasing might not be the best solution to health disparities in some care settings.Από τον Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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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.Από τον 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.Από τον 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.Από τον Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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The healthcare sector faces cyber threats on a daily basis, sometimes resulting in disruptions to operations and decreases in quality of care. To ease the risk of cyberattacks and ensure that healthcare organizations are taking steps to safeguard sensitive data, a patchwork of state and federal laws exist. Elizabeth Hodge, partner in the Healthcare…
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When the coronavirus pandemic put society on hold, Americans had to rearrange their priorities and adopt various methods to cope, some healthier than others. Georgia Gaveras, DO, co-founder and chief medical officer at Talkiatry, explains how the pandemic affected mental health in the US, the pros and cons of telemental health, and more.…
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In the aftermath of the 2022 Dobbs vs Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision, patients find themselves navigating a variable legal landscape. While abortion care access may be legal in one state, it may not be in another, and that leaves those in abortion-restriction states, in some cases, traveling out of state for the procedure and putting …
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Healthcare technology innovation and digital health tools have become the backbone of many healthcare processes. How can healthcare leaders best wield these tools in order to make care more affordable and more efficient? With two decades of experience in the healthcare space, Glen Tullman, chief executive officer at Transcarent, shares his insights…
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The American Hospitals Association (AHA) is suing the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) for a bulletin on hospital use of tracking technologies. Meanwhile, CMS cut Medicare reimbursement to physicians.Από τον Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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Virtual reality solutions can enhance clinical outcomes and patient experience, particularly in the pain management arena, but there are numerous challenges to widespread adoption. In a Healthcare Strategies episode, Dr. Henry Xiang, director of the Center for Pediatric Trauma Research at Nationwide Children's Hospital, discussed the research into …
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Healthcare stakeholders have a wealth of digital health tools to choose from, but some tools do not delivery on their promises. On this Industry Perspectives episode, Caroline Pearson, executive director of the Peterson Center on Healthcare, shares how the Peterson Center on Healthcare's newly-released framework can support stakeholders with digita…
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Employees at CVS Health and Walgreens are going on strike over working conditions, and most patients want to send their wearable data to their doctors. Also, the White House released an executive order on artificial intelligence and a proposal to refine the independent dispute resolution process to reduce surprise billing.…
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While artificial intelligence (AI) is not new to the payer industry, generative AI has generated quite the buzz. Ginny Whitman, senior manager of public policy at Alliance of Community Health Plans (ACHP), discusses how payers have reacted to the new tool, how regulatory trends might shape its future, and more.…
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Moving through the value-based care world can be difficult for providers. Jean-Claude Saghbini, president of value-based care enablement at Lumeris, shared what value-based care enablement looks like and how improving data-sharing between stakeholders can reinforce the relationships that are indispensable to value-based care success.…
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Today on Healthcare Strategies | Headlines: Physician-owned hospitals see huge savings compared to traditional hospitals. Average employee premiums and deductibles increased substantially in 2023. Meanwhile, eLearning for electronic health records training could reduce provider burnout, and one hospital is prescribing--and delivering--lower utility…
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In this episode of Healthcare Strategies, Senior Editor Alivia Kaylor chats with Tina Platania, PharmD, Director of Clinical Services at CCS and a certified diabetes care and education specialist, about the role of healthcare providers in continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) coaching and education. CGM has emerged as an essential tool in diabetes ma…
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Kaiser Permanente and striking unions reached a tentative deal after the country's largest healthcare strike. Also, the FDA will set up a Digital Health Advisory Committee, HC3 warned of a new ransomware targeting healthcare, and Medicare Advantage plans' 2024 star ratings dropped again.Από τον Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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The transition to value-based care has been a marathon, not a sprint. However, health systems like Advocate Health have seen success by diving into the world of value-based care. Megan Reyna, MSN, RN, system vice president for enterprise population health at Advocate Health, discusses how to overcome barriers to adoption, technology’s role, and the…
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Kaiser Permanente employees are preparing to strike as workforce shortages, clinician burnout, and low wages drive healthcare workers to extreme measures. Meanwhile, hospitals have seen six months of an upward trend in median operating margins, and NIH invests in AI research for kidney transplants.Από τον Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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For women, health benefits are worth over $1.3 billion less than for men. This results in higher out-of-pocket spending among women and increases the financial gap between the sexes. Andy Davis, principal for Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Health Care practice, and Marielle Farina, senior manager at Deloitte Consulting, discuss this imbalance in health …
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On the federal level, the Biden administration is proposing banning medical debt from credit scores, CMS paused Medicaid redeterminations for 30 states, and the Federal Trade Commission is cracking down on major anesthesiologists in Texas. Meanwhile, Costco is entering the virtual care space with a new partnership and the Texas Tech University Heal…
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As US healthcare continues to move away from fee-for-service and toward value-based care, accountable care organizations are tasked with driving much of that shift through high-quality care management and population health management initiatives. Sheila Magoon, MD, executive director of Buena Vida y Salud ACO and the South Texas Physician Alliance,…
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In an ever-evolving healthcare system, some organizations are responding with new technology, such as Oracle’s new generative AI for EHRs and the rise of virtual nursing. Others have entered new partnerships, such as Dana-Farber’s decision to leave Brigham and Women’s and create a new cancer hospital with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Bl…
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As the maternal mental health crisis in the US progresses, comprehensive reproductive psychiatry may improve outcomes. Sarah Oreck, MD, a reproductive psychiatrist, CEO, and co-founder of Mavida Health, a comprehensive maternal mental health app, explores possible solutions to ongoing problems.Από τον Xtelligent Healthcare Media
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As healthcare continues its push toward health equity, it is crucial not to exclude people with disabilities from the conversation. Colin O’Reilly, DO, FAAP, FACOP, FCCM, of Children’s Specialized Hospital outlines communication and advocacy strategies for designing a health equity platform that accounts for populations with disabilities.…
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As payers and providers seek to reduce care disparities, health equity quality measures—like NCQA’s—may guide their efforts. Bryan Buckley, DrPH, director of health equity initiatives at the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), explains how organizations can shape partnerships and internal processes to align with their health equity qua…
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In this episode, Liz Beatty, co-founder and chief strategy officer at Inato, emphasizes the significance of empowering community research centers to choose trials that cater to their unique needs and patient populations as a pivotal approach to enhance clinical trial diversity and access in the United States, thereby bringing care to those in need …
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As healthcare organizations strive to address the needs of diverse patient populations, they are taking steps to align internal goals and workforce management strategies with this aim. Kimberly Williams, DNP, MSN, RN, NE-BC, and the administrative director at Stanford’s Bass Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Diseases Hematology/Oncology, CAR-T,…
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As the US mental epidemic rages on, direct-to-consumer virtual mental healthcare apps have multiplied. CVS Health Chief Psychiatric Officer Dr. Taft Parsons III joined the podcast to discuss the current mental healthcare landscape and how technology use has impacted it, as well as the rise of consumer-facing digital tools for mental health and thei…
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In this episode, Colin Banas, MD, MSHA, Chief Medical Officer at DrFirst, sheds light on the difficulties of adhering to mental health treatment and emphasizes the role of technology in enhancing care. By identifying obstacles and harnessing the power of technology, healthcare professionals and patients can explore innovative solutions to overcome …
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An analysis published by McKinsey & Company analyzing gender diversity in the healthcare workforce found that female representation drops off in higher-level positions. Gretchen Berlin, RN, Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, discussed the analysis and improvement strategies on this episode of Healthcare Strategies.…
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A recent study published in Health Affairs found third-party tracking technology present on nearly all US nonfederal acute care hospital websites. Two of the study’s authors, Ari B. Friedman, assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, and Matthew McCoy, assistant professor of medical ethics and health policy at the…
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Healthcare stakeholders have been leaning on remote patient monitoring tools to provide chronic disease management support, care management, and adverse event reduction. The coronavirus pandemic honed remote patient monitoring skills and forced higher uptake, but stakeholders continue to face challenges around accessibility and reimbursement. Xtell…
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