MicrodosingSep 26, 2023
[Series: Meet Paul's Colleagues] Jeff Gourdji
The series wouldn't be complete without a conversation with my good friend Jeff Gourdji. He sits down to talk about healthcare policy, midwest healthcare innovation, and the University of Michigan Wolverines.
[Series: Meet Paul's Colleagues] Adrienne Albright
Adrienne Albright sits down and discusses bloodletting and other things related to medieval science on this episode of Microdosiong.
[Series: Meet Paul's Colleagues] Nicole Diamant
On this episode, Nicole Diamant not only shares great perspectives into the work at Prophet, but she also provides some great career advice overall.
[Series: Meet Paul's Colleagues] Tanisha Shah
Tanisha Shah joins us in this episode. With a background in digital commerce, business analytics, and studying abroad, she brings a very unique set of perspectives and skills focused on the importance of putting consumers at the center of healthcare.
[Series: Meet Paul's Colleagues] Ellie Winslow
Meet another fantastic member of Prophet's healthcare team: Ellie Winslow. A lot of people say they are fast learners, but Ellie takes it to another level. The speed in which she gets up to speed on almost anything (oftentimes on her own for better or worse) is mind-boggling.
[Series: Meet Paul's Colleagues] Alisha Shah
We all wear many hats at Prophet, and Alisha Shah wears several. She kicks off our series, centered around Paul’s coworkers at Prophet and the work they do. Alisha shares her perspectives on always bringing a perspective and balancing strategy, rigor, and creativity.
[Labor Crisis Series] Co-Hosts Geoffrey and Paul's Closing Thoughts
There were so many terrific conversations with Paul and Geoffrey throughout the Labor Crisis Series. It was impossible to know where to begin or end. That said, here are their highlights and take aways.
[Labor Crisis Series] Danielle McCamey, CEO of DNPs of Color
Danielle McCamey, DNP, ACNP-BC, FCCP, CEO of DNPs of Color, and Assistant Dean at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, talks about creating inclusive spaces for today's modern healthcare workforce, and the importance of pulling more nurses up into overall leadership roles of healthcare organizations.
[Labor Crisis Series] Dan Weberg of Ohio State University
Dr. Dan Weberg, PhD, MHI, RN, FAAN talks about the gap in healthcare innovation between technology designed for nurses that lacks nurse input, as well as scaling challenges around service-line-based business models.
[Labor Crisis Series] Whitney Staub-Juergens of HCA Healthcare
Whitney Staub-Juergens DNP-HSL, MSN, RN, CCRN-K, NE-BC is the Vice President of Clinical Transformation and Innovation at HCA Healthcare. She talks about how today's hospitals have technical infrastructures that are struggling to keep up with today's care needs. And that some of these tech and digital gaps have created extra work via "human patches". She also showcases HCA Healthcare's Clinical Transformation and Innovation efforts, particularly as relates to how they are redefining the nurse scheduling experience.
[Labor Crisis Series] Heidi Chumley of Ross University School of Medicine
Dr. Heidi Chumley, Dean of Ross University School of Medicine talks about "social determinants of learning" as it relates to clinical education, and how we need to rethink the pipeline of the next-generation doctors and nurses; where we are sourcing students and educating a more diverse clinical workforce of the future.
[Labor Crisis Series] Jeff Terry of GE Healthcare Command Centers
Jeff Terry, CEO of GE Healthcare Command Centers, talks about how their technology -and others like it- is dramatically reducing the amount of time care teams need to identify, understand, and act on a variety of care delivery needs.
[Labor Crisis Series] Syl Trepanier of Providence Health
Dr. Syl Trepanier, SVP, System Chief Nursing Officer of Providence Health talks about the need to rethink care team, and the challenges associated with getting people comfortable with "not doing" things they have gotten used to doing, as we look to deploy new care models, and have new roles for clinicians and non-clinicians to play.
[Labor Crisis Series] Marcus Osbourne of RightMove Health
Former Sr Vice President of Walmart Health and current CEO of RightMove Health, Marcus Osbourne, sits down with us and discusses limitations in today's standard care teams, and talks about the importance of workforce and business model innovation as it relates to addressing the clinical labor crisis.
[Labor Crisis Series] Jan Jones-Schenk of Western Governors University
Jan Jones-Schenk, Executive Dean Emeritus of Western Governors University, share her perspectives on the importance of leadership coming from the top, beginning with the role and composition of the board of trustees, on down into how organizations view their organization, and whether it's viewed a people business or a set of operations.
[Labor Crisis Series] Keith Carlson, Nurse Coach, Speaker, and Nursing Thought Leader
Few people have spoken with as many nurses this century than Keith Carlson, BSN, RN, NC-BC, host of the Nurse Keith podcast, career coach, and all-around pulse of what it's like to be a nurse in the US. In this episode, he shares what he's hearing and seeing on the frontlines of nursing today.
[Labor Crisis Series] Rebecca Love of IntelyCare
Rebecca Love, RN, BS, MSN, FIEL, Chief Clinical Officer of IntelyCare and TED speaker, shares her perspectives on how health systems today are struggling with nursing challenges largely put into motion over one hundred years ago. As well as how nurses are not only continually expected to do continually do more, but are also expected to bare the risks of system-driven decisions as well.
[Labor Crisis Series] Carrie Berg of Teladoc Health
Carrie Berg, Vice President of Learning and Development at Teladoc Health talks about the importance of using technology to improve human interactions, both with the clinician and the patient, as well as with clinician to clinicians.
[Labor Crisis Series] Hillary Miller of Penn State Health
Hillary Miller, Chief Learning Officer at Penn State Health, sits down with Geoffrey and Paul, and talks about how to rethink healthcare's workforce: From career development to career mobility, and right-sizing the need for certifications - using them when it truly makes sense and being more open-minded around up-skilling entry-level spots when less required.
[Labor Crisis Series] Co-Hosts Geoffrey and Paul's Opening Thoughts
One’s a son of a nurse, and the other is often considered a real son of a *****. Geoffrey Roche joins Paul Schrimpf in hosting a Microdosing series on the current healthcare labor crisis.
The two of them kick things off in this episode with some opening thoughts and questions they hope to get answered in the upcoming series.
[Special] Rising, Outliers, Breakthrough Builders, and Microdosing Podcast Mashup
We're deviating from the normal format in this episode, and inviting you to sit down with a quartet of former colleagues who host a variety of business podcasts. In this episode, we have Mat Zucker, host of Rising, Joseph Gelman, host of Outliers, and Jesse Purewal, host of Breakthrough Builders. If you're interested in other podcasts focused at senior executives, you'll find it interesting. If you're just looking for the next healthcare topic on Microdosing, you might want to sit this one out. :-)
Links to the other podcast: www.breakthrough-builders.com www.rising-podcast.com www.linkedin.com/company/outlierspodcast
[Event: HLTH] Kyle Smith of Noom
Kyle Smith of Noom talks about how Noom is making healthcare a delightful, habit-forming experience for patients.
[Event: HLTH] Philip Parks of H21
Philip Parks of H21 discusses this year's HLTH conference.
[Event: HLTH] Abe Bocinec of Savvy Cooperative
[Event: HLTH] Joel Horsford of Medmo
Joel Horsford of Medmo sits down with us and talks about how they are on a mission to make the imaging process easier to navigate so patients get the best care and know what to do next after their appointment.
[Event: HLTH] Faatin Chaudhury of Zaya Care
[Event: HLTH] Dan Ferris of Iris Telehealth
Dan talks about how Iris Telehealth is lowering the barrier to receive behavioral healthcare in areas of the country where the access traditionally doesn't exist.
[Event: HLTH] Jerrica Kirkley (She/Her) of Plume
Jerrica Kirkley (She/Her) of Plume talks about how Plume is expanding access to healthcare for patients in the trans community. Her team is looking to create meaningful partnerships with employers and health insurance companies at HLTH.
[Event: HLTH] Carol Flagg of HealthcareNOW Radio
Carol Flagg of HealthcareNOW Radio talks about marketing the HLTH conference to exhibitors via radio interviews and a strong social media presence.
[Event: HLTH] Dennis Dailey of Power Press Awards
[Event: HLTH] Taylor McPartland of ScaleHealth
[Event: HLTH] Janna Guinen of the HLTH Foundation
Janna Guinen of the HLTH Foundation gives us a preview to all things HTLH, what to expect at the event next week, and deep dive into the HLTH Foundation and its programs.
[Event: SMASH] Peggy Scoggins of Adept Selling
Peggy Scoggins of Adept Selling talks about what she has learned over the years from collaborating with senior housing operators to improve occupancy.
[Event: SMASH] Mary Cate Spires, Author of On the Map
Mary Cate Spires, CEO, Author, and Reputation Rockstar talks about all things content and reputation. From research to ROI, she touches upon all of the things companies in the seniors space should be thinking about as it relates to their reputation.
[Event: SMASH] Samantha Prinster of M4 Consulting
Samantha Prinster of M4 Consulting talks about how they help healthcare providers and senior living operators meet their goals while providing exceptional care, acting as full-service strategic partner.
[Event: SMASH] Matt Reiners of Eversound
Matt Reiners of Eversound talks about how they empower seniors to live with social connection and a sense of purpose through interactive content solutions and innovative technology.
[Event: SMASH] Julie Podewitz of Grow Your Occupancy
Julie Podewitz is a senior living sales expert with many years’ of experience and a proven track record. Julie has spent time on both the provider and consultant side, all focused on sales and marketing.
[Event: SMASH] Annie McGuire & Joe Goelzhauser of Silver Assist
Joe Goelzhouser and Annie McGuire of Silver Assist talk about how they connect seniors and their families to the best resources, services and communities as they navigate their senior years.
[Event: SMASH] Jessica Rhule of Creating Results
Jessica Rhule of Creating Results talks about how they work closely with their clients’ sales teams to align their sales and marketing initiatives in order to exceed their occupancy goals.
[Event: SMASH] Greg Gifford of SearchLab
Greg Gifford is SearchLab’s Vice President of Search. He’s one of the most popular speakers in the SEO industry and presents all over the world on topics related to Local SEO.
[Event: SMASH] Jennifer Hines - Starting your Post-Acute Consumer Marketing Machine
Jennifer Hines will be speaking at SMASH this year on “Starting your Post-Acute Consumer Marketing Machine”, and she touches on a variety of rapidly emerging needs for more active social media efforts, and a greater degree of marketing maturity in that space.
[Event: SMASH] Jeff Gronemeyer of Conversion Logix
Jeff Gronemeyer, VP at Conversion Logix, talks about senior living’s huge heart, and their new book, “Dating Your Way to Full Occupancy”.
[Event: SMASH] Dan Hutson of Priya Living
Dan Hutson, head of marketing at Priya Living and long-time SMASH Advisory Board member joins us on this episode to introduce us to all things SMASH and what to expect this year. He also touches on his work at Priya Living which provides independent retirement communities people 65+, inspired by vibrant and colorful Indian culture.
[Event: SMASH] An Intro to SMASH (Seniors Marketing and Sales)
SMASH is the leading sales and marketing conference for senior care. In addition to speaking at the event, we'll be collecting stories from other speakers and attendees in this series of Microdosing.
[Op-Ed: Transformation] Datavant’s Recent Acquisition of …Datavant
"Water water everywhere and not a drop to drink" can sometimes be applied to healthcare data. It's in abundance, but it's fragmented. How does the industry bring it all together? Enter Datavant and Ciox, and why I love this new combo.
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[Op-Ed: Transformation] Siemens' New Image with Varian
Siemens acquired Varian in 2021, with the in intent that the combined companies would create a unique, highly integrated portfolio of imaging, laboratory diagnostics, artificial intelligence and treatment for the global fight against cancer with significant potential for increased value creation. We agree, and think it signals a new generation of holistic imaging.
[Op-Ed: Transformation] Teladoc Health's Myths and M&A
In a recent interview with Modern Healthcare, Jason Gorevic - CEO Tealdoc Health, said: “I think all the recent M&A is an example of our strategy that you can’t develop all the components brick by brick and assemble them in a way that is fast enough to stay ahead of the market and respond to consumer needs, and that’s part of the reason why we’ve been acquisitive historically.... We always look at the market in the future, and where we can accelerate our ability to deliver value for our clients faster with M&A, even as we continue to invest in innovation organically." So, if you're not paying attention to Teladoc Health now, you should. And if you really aren't paying attention, we'll bust a couple of common myths.
[Op-Ed: Transformation] Walmart and Sowing the Seeds of Rural Healthcare
Walmart and UnitedHealth Group, two of the world's largest enterprises are teaming up to enable better care delivery through Walmart locations, beginning with many rural locations. How might this reshape rural care as we know it?
[Op-Ed: Transformation] Is David Feinberg Cerner’s Oracle?
David Feinberg joined Cerner last year. Cerner then was subsequently acquired by Oracle. Oracle's founder and executive chairman, Larry Ellison, touts that Cerner is seeking to build a national EMR. What does it all mean? This episode takes a guess.
[Op-Ed: Transformation] Mark Cuban’s Maverick Drug Company
Mark Cuban's "Cost Plus Drug Company" is on a mission to "disrupt the drug industry". When a big name makes big promises the healthcare industry normally gets either excited or cringes. However, I'm finding it's doing neither. In this episode, we share some thoughts and opinions as to why that is.