February 26, 2019
Air-Traffic Control for Patient Care
In this episode, we talk with Angie Franks, CEO and President of Central Logic, about the importance of real-time actionable information in healthcare.
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January 29, 2019
Life of a Startup CTO
In this episode, we talk to John Orosco, cofounder and CTO for Sansoro Health, who draws on a wealth of experience in software development and integration to share insights on the current and future state of data exchange in healthcare.
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January 22, 2019
Putting Patient Portals into Practice
Discover the power of patient portals to achieve the quadrupal-aim of healthcare with Dr. Lori Posk. Dr. Posk is a practicing internist at The Cleveland Clinic where she serves at the medical director of Cleveland Clinic's patient portal.
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January 9, 2019
The Benefits eCommerce for Healthcare
In this podcast, we meet Tony Paquin, CEO of the iRemedy Healthcare Companies, who shares his expertise in eCommerce for healthcare.
December 17, 2018
Automating Healthcare with Artificial Intelligence
In this podcast, we talk with Justin Adams, co-founder and CEO of Digitize.AI about his experiences in applying artificial intelligence to health care business processes.
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December 17, 2018
Revenue Cycle Reimagined
Revenue cycle management is about far more than billing and collecting and Valerie’s insights reveal there’s a lot more “juice in the orange” when it comes to creating processes that are efficient and effective, pleasing to providers and patients and that can actually improve health outcomes.
December 11, 2018
Clinician Engagement & Governance for Success
In this episode, we meet David Butler, MD. Founder and Principal of Calyx Consulting.
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December 11, 2018
How MSOs Let Doctors be Doctors
In this podcast, we speak with Geeta Nayyar, M.D., M.B.A. about her experiences as the Chief Healthcare & Innovation Officer for Femwell Group Health, a management services organization (MSO).
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December 11, 2018
From Implementer to Innovator
In this podcast, we talk with Dr. Maulin Shah, Chief Informatics Engineer for Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH) about his journey from implementor of electronic health records (EHRs) to Health IT innovator.
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January 19, 2018
Richard Milani, MD: How Innovators Can Improve The Clinical Experience For Patients
We didn’t begin seeing the Clinical Transformation Officer role within healthcare in wide numbers until around 2014. Possibly this is due, in part, to the multi-disciplinary domain of digital health becoming widely viewed as providing an avenue for transforming healthcare at the same time. Today’s podcast with Ocshner’s Clinical Transformation Officer Dr. Richard Milani takes even those with limited knowledge of the role and provides context into how this role fits within the ecosystem of healthcare innovation. Datica's Chief Data Officer, Mark Olschesky, sat down with Dr. Milani while in New Orleans to speak at the HL7 Partners in Interoperability Summit, and visited with him to learn more about the innovations that Ocshner is delivering—and how this health system views clinical transformation.
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Clinical Transformation Officer, Ocshner Health System
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September 29, 2017
Dan Munro: Healthcare’s Technology Gamble
If you have ever wanted to understand how the healthcare system works, today’s podcast with author Dan Munro is a good place to start. As a Forbes contributor, Dan has written countless articles on healthcare policy. His book, “Casino Healthcare: The Health of a Nation: America's Biggest Gamble” is a culmination and extension of what his research uncovered on the subject of the U.S. healthcare. Interestingly enough, he says even after the election, virtually nothing has changed from the time he published the book in 2016. Travis Good sits down with Dan to talk healthcare policy, the promise of a national patient identifier, EHRs, data access and integration in a lively, insightful chat about everything healthcare.
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August 30, 2017
Aaron Neinstein, MD: Emerging Healthcare Data Challenges from Patient Centric Technologies
Never has so much patient-generated data been available. Yet, without a way to organize, digest and make sense of it all, most of these kernels of insight are left untapped. Many digital health companies from coast to coast are working on technologies to remedy that situation. In today’s podcast, we talk to UCSF’s Dr. Aaron Neinstein who gives us a glimpse into some of those promising technologies. He also offers an inside look at the patient-generated data challenges for doctors and what the future may hold for combining this data with what physicians presently can gather in a clinical setting.
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July 25, 2017
Naomi Fried, PhD — How Digital Health Companies Can Help Pharma Innovate Faster
Few in healthcare have as much innovation experience as does Dr. Naomi Fried. As you listen to this month’s podcast that features a chat between Dr. Fried and host Travis Good, MD, you’ll discover the differences between the way pharma and a hospital system innovates, as well as what digital health may add to pharma in the future.
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June 30, 2017
Dr. Sanjeev Arora — Improving rural access to care: the role technology plays and the value of telehealth
The *Healthcare Innovators Podcast* brings Dr. Sanjeev Arora to you this month to discuss how technology plays a role in improved access to care for rural areas. Dr. Arora is the Director of [Project ECHO](http://echo.unm.edu/ "Project ECHO online at UNMHSC") (Extension for Community Healthcare Outcomes). He developed the Project ECHO model as a platform for service delivery, education and evaluation. It took off in New Mexico; now it’s going around the globe. Dr. Arora is truly making a difference in healthcare today and we’re delighted he has stopped by to share his thoughts on healthcare access.
May 9, 2017
Joshua Mandel, MD — FHIR and barriers to widespread adoption of Clinical Decision Support
Our guest in this episode is Joshua Mandel, MD, who is both a physician and software developer. With Mark Olshchesky as host, Dr. Mandel dives into SMART on FHIR and the widespread adoption of Clinical Decision Support. Dr. Mandel shares his experience as a technical architect for the [SMART project](http://smartplatforms.org/) organized by Harvard Medical School and Boston Children’s Hospital, as well as specific projects that are making a difference to clinicians and healthcare.
February 20, 2017
Joseph Kvedar, MD, Author of "The Internet of Healthy Things"
When we look at a more connected healthcare system, few see it as clearly as Joseph Kvedar, MD, author of _The Internet of Healthy Things_. In this podcast, he reveals which pieces of the healthcare industry have embraced connected health and which will have to be dragged to the party. Getting insights from Dr. Kvedar is like Googling the future of healthcare.
January 16, 2017
Luis Saldana, MD: on the Evolving Role of the Hospital CMIO in 2017
The role of the hospital chief medical information officer (CMIO) is evolving. As we begin 2017, healthcare organizations nationwide will be tapping their CMIOs to provide strategies around MACRA, MIPS, physician satisfaction and more. In this latest podcast, Texas Health Resources CMIO Luis Saldana, MD shares his top priorities for 2017 and how those will affect the overall healthcare delivery for his organization. Dr. Saldana expands on the CMIO role and how it is expanding.
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November 15, 2016
Dr. Mark Braunstein: Healthcare in the Age of Interoperability
Today Healthcare Innovators Podcast has a great conversation about "Healthcare in the Age of Interoperability" with Dr. Mark Braunstein, who teaches healthcare informatics at Georgia Tech. In this episode, Travis Good, MD finds out more about Braunstein and his work at the first US university to have a FHIR server for class work. Listeners will learn more about the FHIR-enabled projects that Georgia Tech master-level students are doing in conjunction with research physician clinicians in the Atlanta area. We also prod Braunstein for his personal insight about what is missing in today’s medical education. Listeners can gain deeper insight into this area, by ordering Braunstein’s latest book "[Practitioner’s Guide to Health Informatics](https://www.amazon.com/Practitioners-Guide-Health-Informatics-Braunstein/dp/3319176617)."
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October 26, 2016
Ida Sim, MD: Physician, Researcher, and Entrepreneur
Travis Good, MD pulls up a virtual chair with Dr. Ida Sim in this podcast. Listeners get a clinician’s view of the value of patient-generated data, sensor brands, and where all this deluge of data is going. As a primary care doctor, informatics research and entrepreneur, Dr. Sim provides a take on data that no one else can. She explains datasets and what doctors need better than most, so it’s a rare opportunity to interview her and a treat for listeners who want that inside view of the industry from a clinician’s eye. Catalyze supports the [Open mHealth](http://www.openmhealth.org/) organization and its mission. After listening to this interview learn more by checking the organization out.
October 18, 2016
Charles Jaffe, MD: Why Healthcare Should Expand its View of FHIR
Mohan Balachandran chats with HL7 CEO Charles Jaffe, MD in this podcast presentation. From this segment, listeners will discover more about FHIR and learn why developers and hospital systems shouldn’t wait for a fully baked data exchange standard. Healthcare leaders often raise many questions around FHIR and Dr. Jaffe provides clarity around those questions. With standards as a critical component of healthcare innovation, this FHIR-based podcast is a must for those who can’t get enough understanding of FHIR.