October 1, 2016
Mark Shapiro, MD, Host of the "Explore the Space" Podcast
It’s been a little over a year since we began examining innovation from all its various aspects. We’ve covered every side, except for the physician side, so in today’s episode, Travis Good, MD gets the practicing physician’s stance on technology and how it is being incorporated into practices, or not. Mark Shapiro, MD, a hospitalist and host of Explore the Space podcast discusses the physician’s part in the development of these technologies and where they could play a more leading role. Additionally, Dr. Shapiro’s shares his favorite guest interviews, helping us to see how healthcare can leverage insights from other industries.
July 22, 2016
Micky Tripathi: a FHIR-side Chat
In this episode, Travis Good, MD conducts a FHIR-side chat with Micky Tripathi, President and CEO of the Massachusetts eHealth Cooperative. The two discuss the upsides and down-sides of the new data standard and dig into the predictions around availability of use case applications and FHIR tools, as well as app portability enabled by FHIR. Despite what many feel about FHIR’s ability to solve all aspects of the interoperability puzzle, Tripathi uses his humor to illustrate how misplaced those sentiments might be. Listeners will also be treated to Tripathi’s thoughts of who the industry dark horse may be in solving the problem with patient-generated data.
June 20, 2016
Grahame Grieve - the future of healthcare interoperability (part 3)
In this episode, Grahame Grieve, Product Director of FHIR for HL7 continues his last interview in a three-part series with Datica. Mark Olschesky, Datica's Chief Data Officer questions Grieve about "The Economics of FHIR and Interoperability" for this last interview. The economics of FHIR is a passionate subject for Grieve for which he recognizes that no pat answers exist. In this interview, Grieve contextualizes the questions and provides possible answers that only time will prove out.
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April 15, 2016
Grahame Grieve - the future of healthcare interoperability (part 1)
*The Healthcare Innovators Podcast* is proud to connect you with Grahame Grieve, Product Director of FHIR for HL7. Grahame hails from Melbourne, Australia and has come to be industry known as the "Father of FHIR." Before creating the Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources, he spent years working with the HL7 standards that assist in transferring clinical and administrative data between software applications. Today, we'll learn a bit more about the background of FHIR and why healthcare subdomains are attracted to the FHIR standard. This is first in a three-part interview series around the FHIR standard and one that will leave you laughing as Grieve shares his favorite answer to what FHIR stands for.
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April 4, 2016
Grahame Grieve - the future of healthcare interoperability (part 2)
In part 2 of our healthcare innovators series, Datica co-founder & president Mohan Balachandran continues his conversations with Grahame Grieve ("The Father of FHIR").
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April 1, 2016
Mark Smith, MD — Chief Innovation Officer of MedStar Health
Dr. Mark Smith shared with us the genesis for the MedStar Institute for Innovation (MI2), which he leads. Change in healthcare requires human connection, opportunity, and open mindedness to respond to unexpected ideas. Learn more with us on the topic of innovation at MedStar.
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March 3, 2016
Thomas Graham, MD, Chief Health Strategy & CIO, Tavistock Group
Dr. Thomas Graham spent time talking about his time leading innovation at the Cleveland Clinic and what he's up to now at the Tavistock Group. We came away with a newfound appreciation to the role of partnerships as critical components to innovation.
December 1, 2015
Robert Wachter, MD - Professor, Department of Medicine at UCSF
Robert Wachter, MD, coined the term "Hospitalist" in the 90s. He's since moved onto examine the role of technology in healthcare organizations, and now sits as the Chair of the Department of Medicine at University of California, San Francisco. He took time out of his day to talk about innovation, digitization, and what healthcare will look like in the near future.
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November 23, 2015
Trey Lauderdale, CEO of Voalte
Trey Lauderdale stopped by to share Voalte's origin story and why he will not rest as CEO until every pager within healthcare has been replaced.
November 6, 2015
Aneesh Chopra - Co-founder & CEO NavHealth
It was with special pleasure that we welcomed Aneesh Chopra, America's first Chief Technology Officer, for a quick discussion around how the government plays a role with healthcare innovation. We learned how the public and private sectors can play together, about the importance of creating new muscles, and the importance of demand for interoperability.
November 3, 2015
Jordan Shlain, MD - Founder, Healthloop
Dr. Jordan Shlain took time out of his busy day practicing as a primary care physician and being a founder of the innovative digital health company Healthloop to discuss the inspiration behind Tincture. We also were witness to the creation of a few new vocabulary terms, which we loved.
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October 28, 2015
Dr. Chris Wasden, Executive Director, Sorenson Center for Discovery and Innovation at the University of Utah
Dr. Chris Wadsen discussed the types of tensions found in organizations, and which can be found in healthcare. This interview is packed full of insight and thoughtful discussion!
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September 3, 2015
Molly Joel Coye, MD, MPH, Chief Innovation Officer, UCLA Health
Dr. Molly Coye joined us to talk about UCLA's innovation process through the topic _"Doer, thinker, delegator: Why all three traits drive decision making that sustains organizational change."_ We learned a great deal about the full life cycle of innovation adoption—from sourcing to evaluating to implementing to operationalizing. Come check this interview out for a candid glimpse into one of the nation's best innovation programs.
August 27, 2015
Joel Vengco - CIO and Vice President Information & Technology, Baystate Health
Joel Vengco from Baystate Health joined us from the TechSpring facilities to talk about the many ways of bringing external innovation into a health system. This interview is jam-packed with a bountiful number of knowledge soundbites geared towards startups. Listen in to understand how Baystate sources, pilots, evaluates, and implements new ideas. What an interview!
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August 17, 2015
Simon Jones - Vice President of HIT Product Strategy at Blue Shield of California
Simon Jones sat down with Travis to discuss two big topics: how to affect behavior change, and building core infrastructure. Simon believes both are central components to accelerating innovation within healthcare, and we tend to agree with him.
August 5, 2015
R "Ray" Wang, Founder and Chairman of Constellation Research
R "Ray" Wang chatted with Travis about the digital transformation of healthcare. Many of Ray's insights were pulled from his new book _Disrupting Digital Business: Creating an Authentic Experience in the Peer-to-Peer Economy_ which published May 5th. We were impressed by his varied background, and engaged in a conversation about business models, culture, and EHRs.
June 11, 2015
Sue Schade, CIO at University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers
Sue Schade, who recently was awarded [CIO of the Year by CHIME and HIMSS](http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/healthcare-information-technology/u-of-michigan-s-sue-schade-named-cio-of-the-year-by-chime.html), joined us to talk about her experience with previously bringing new frameworks and programs into Brigham and Women's in Boston and what innovation looks like in her new post as CIO at University of Michigan Hospitals and Health Centers. We capped it off with some wonderful insight for startups looking to bring innovation into hospitals.
March 8, 2015
Alan Portela, CEO of AirStrip
AirStrip is one of the most exciting up-and-coming healthcare vendors in the industry. Alan Portela, its CEO, was a natural first option to interview for the series. We discussed how to cultivate continuous disruption, the future of interoperability, real-time analytics, the AirStrip Innovation Marketplace, and a few tips for building a great company. What an interview!
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February 20, 2015
Chris Belmont, VP & CIO at the UT MD Anderson Cancer Center
Chris Belmont joined us to talk about how he uses metrics to define success and prove positive impact on healthcare innovations within MD Anderson, and healthcare more broadly. His insight to what metrics matter and how he structures his team was incredible.
January 23, 2015
Wayne Guerra, MD, MBA — Co-founder of iTriage and Lecturer at University of Denver
Dr. Guerra is co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of iTriage, but also an emergency physician and university lecturer on the topic of innovation. He joined us today to talk about ways to introduce your startup to healthcare organizations, culminating in a fantastic story about iTriage's origins. This is an interview you can't miss if you have ever wondered the best ways to sell into healthcare.
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