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Best Providence St. Joseph podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Providence St. Joseph podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
The purpose of this podcast series is to showcase how leadership is the essential ingredient to address the ever-growing issues and challenges facing the US healthcare industry. As we know, the great majority of these challenges are too complex and wide ranging for any one sector to solve independently. This is where a health ecosystem leadership approach pays more than significant dividends. Solutions which emphasize how the various sectors of the health industry – such as hospitals and hea ...
 
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This week, John speaks with Gail Zahtz about the intersection of system’s design and value in healthcare. They discuss what health systems can learn from Covid-19, the true meaning of value, and what it takes to achieve better patient outcomes. At Centers Healthcare — one of the largest post-acute providers in New York — Zahtz leads their efforts t…
 
This week, John sits down with Stefan Behrens, PhD, co-founder and CEO of GYANT, an artificial intelligence (AI) driven chat tool to help steer patients to the appropriate site of care. Stefan talks about how AI can improve clinical outcomes, and can help health systems and payers lower costs. Most recently, the GYANT architecture is helping triage…
 
Today on Health Care Rounds, we welcome Christopher Robertson, Associate Dean for Research and Innovation and Professor of Law at the University of Arizona. With his diverse background in law and economics, Chris offers a unique and thoughtful perspective on the American health care system. In this episode, he offers unique insights about the unwar…
 
This week, John speaks with Assaf Shalvi, CEO and co-founder of Swift Shift. In creation of his business, Shalvi focuses on the demand for efficiency in home health care. He strives to improve the management and quality of the industry through partnerships of Homecare providers and Health Plans. This episode recognizes the common barriers of low ca…
 
In this week’s Health Care Rounds, John sits down with Dr. Peter Cram, Director of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics at Sinai Health System in Toronto. John and Peter discuss the similarities and differences between the U.S and Canada in health care delivery. Having trained and practiced in both the U.S. and Canada — and as a leading health …
 
Today on Health Care Rounds, John speaks with Dr. Scott Weingarten, CEO of Stanson Health and former Chief Clinical Transformation Officer for Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He discusses the future of improving patient satisfaction and the prevention of physician burnout with new technology in electronic health records. Dr. Weingarten also touches on…
 
Today, John speaks with Dr. Arshad Rahim, a practicing physician and expert in population health and quality improvement at Mount Sinai Health System. He shares with us critical success factors in population health and value based care, and demonstrates his passion for driving patient quality. Dr. Rahim also speaks on the topics of physician engage…
 
This week, John speaks with Brian Peet, the CEO and Co-Founder of DocCom, a digital platform teaching online communication skills for health care providers, to discuss the barriers in health care communication. Along with Peet, Dr. Christian Annese explains the motivation behind DocCom and reveals the born inspiration behind StatChat, a new applica…
 
This week’s guest is Dr. Mark Briesacher, Senior Vice President and Chief Physician Executive for Intermountain Healthcare and President of Intermountain Medical Group. Dr. Briesacher talks about Intermountain’s core values and explains the critical success factors behind becoming a leading integrated health system in the United States. He also dis…
 
John hosts an intriguing discussion with special guest Chris Cullmann, an expert strategist in digital marketing for health care and pharmaceutical brands, and Head of Digital and General Manager with RevHealth. Cullmann speaks on the demands of EHR systems as well as the wide variety of value concepts in healthcare. Chris’ expression for innovatio…
 
This week John speaks with Dr. David Shulkin, former US Secretary for Veterans Affairs and Chief Innovation Officer for Sanford Health. Dr. Shulkin shares with us his passion for the advocacy of veterans and the importance of public transparency. He speaks on the impact of behavioral health in veterans and shares what he worked on to address this p…
 
If you're like most people, you probably don't know the first thing about perioperative medicine. We didn't either, until John sat down with Dr. Zeev Kain, the founder and president of the American College of Perioperative Medicine. We learned that this emerging field of medicine holds a lot of promise for improving surgical outcomes, lowering cost…
 
It’s the question on everyone’s mind — at least those in health care — what’s wrong with our health care system and how do we fix it? This week, John sits down with Dr. Robert Pearl, host of the popular health care podcast, Fixing Healthcare, for a fascinating discussion. Dr. Pearl was formerly CEO of Permanente Medical Group, one of the largest ph…
 
This week, we close out Season 2 of Health Care Rounds with Dr. Andy Lazris. A board-certified internist, Dr. Lazris’ private practice, Columbia, Md.-based Personal Physician Care, is dedicated to providing individualized and comprehensive care for its patients. We found Dr. Lazris on YouTube where he’s better known as the Running Doc Unhinged. Lis…
 
Dr. David Shulkin was Ninth United States Secretary of Veterans Affairs from 2017 to 2018 under President Trump and is the author of the new book “It Shouldn’t be This Hard to Serve Your Country” which was released October 22nd, 2019. He was the Under Secretary of Veterans Affairs for Health from 2015 until 2017, appointed by President Obama. He ha…
 
Other briefs include: Stryker signed a definitive agreement to acquire Wright Medical Group. Amgen will pay $2.7 billion for a 20.5% ownership stake in BeiGene, a research-based, oncology-focused biotech company headquartered in Beijing. The University of Louisville announced that it has completed the acquisition of KentuckyOne Health’s Louisville-…
 
Other briefs include: Insurers will receive $1.59 billion in unpaid subsidies if the federal government follows through on a judge’s order. California’s attorney general put the kibosh on the Adventist-St. Joseph merger. UPMC has begun building a network of hospitals in China. Fifteen drug companies settled an Illinois Medicaid fraud suit for $242 …
 
This week on Health Care Rounds, Darwin Research Group CEO John Marchica sits down with Naomi Fried, Ph.D., founder and CEO of Health Innovation Strategies. Dr. Fried brings a wealth of experience in understanding how companies affect change, from her tenure as vice president of innovation and external partnerships at Biogen to heading up innovatio…
 
In this week’s Our Take, we’re covering the latest events in Biogen, involving their second life for aducanumab. To sign up for the weekly email brief, click here. Other briefs include: California releases its first report on drug pricing, in an effort to improve transparency. Bristol-Myers Squibb-Pfizer Alliance is collaborating with Fitbit for at…
 
In this week’s Our Take, we’re covering the latest events in the Sutter Health antitrust trial. To sign up for the weekly email brief, click here. Other briefs include: California releases its first report on drug pricing, in an effort to improve transparency. Bristol-Myers Squibb-Pfizer Alliance is collaborating with Fitbit for atrial fibrillation…
 
Everyone says that they are a high-performing organization, but which ones really are? Which health care organizations have proven to deliver better outcomes at lower costs? This week, John sits down with the dynamic Brian Klepper, Ph.D., executive vice president of The Valuation Institute. Brian offers examples of unusually high-performing health …
 
In this week’s Our Take, we’re covering the proposed rules to ease restrictions imposed by Stark Law, anti-kickback statute. To sign up for the weekly email brief, click here. Other briefs include: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health and GraniteOne Health signed an agreement to merge. Walmart is testing new health benefits to help employees receive appropri…
 
In this week’s Our Take, we’re covering the latest results from the Medicare Shared Savings Program ACO data, just released last week. To sign up for the weekly email brief, click here. Other briefs include: Dartmouth-Hitchcock Health and GraniteOne Health signed an agreement to merge. Walmart is testing new health benefits to help employees receiv…
 
In this week’s Our Take, we’re covering the antitrust trial for Sutter Health, and implications for future health system mergers. To sign up for the weekly email brief, click here. Other briefs include: Lafayette General Health to merge with Ochsner Health System. CMS finalized a rule for implementing Medicaid DSH payment cuts. Connecticut is worki…
 
Several weeks ago we reported on Capital Rx, a new PBM with a “clearinghouse model” designed to eliminate spread pricing and price variability — and promote greater transparency. This week, John sits down with A.J. Loiacono, a veteran entrepreneur and CEO of Capital Rx. Listen in and learn about what’s wrong with pharmaceutical pricing and how A.J.…
 
In today’s Our Take read-in, we discuss hospital market concentrations and their association with DOJ investigations and inpatient prices. To sign up for the weekly email brief, click here. Other briefs include: Novo Nordisk announced that Rybelsus has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. NUW Medicine, MultiCare Health Sys…
 
In today’s Our Take read-in, we review value-based payment models in oncology. If this is your field, this episode is one you don’t want to miss. To sign up for the weekly email brief, click here. Other briefs include: Capital Rx, a startup pharmacy benefit manager, launches its Clearinghouse Model. The owners of Purdue Pharma, maker of OxyContin, …
 
In today’s Our Take read-in, here’s the lead: “A judge ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay $572 million to Oklahoma for creating a ‘public nuisance.’ The state had sought $17.5 billion in a lawsuit against J&J, contending that the company had engaged in misleading marketing and contributed to the opioid epidemic that has claimed the lives of more than…
 
In today’s Our Take read-in, here’s our lead story: Good Neighbor Pharmacy tops the list of chain drugstores in customer satisfaction, according to a new survey by J.D. Power and Associates. The network of independent pharmacies received the highest overall score among brick-and-mortar chain store pharmacies, with a score of 914 out of 1,000 possib…
 
This week, Bob Roth returns to Our Take to discuss America’s growing aging population and implications for ignoring what he calls the Aging Crisis. Bob’s passion for caring for the elderly stems from his personal experience with his own mother, which led to the creation of Cypress HomeCare Solutions, the Roth family business. Listen to the elder ca…
 
In today’s Our Take read-in, we discuss Commercial Accountable Care Organizations, including updates on programs from UnitedHealthcare, Aetna, Cigna, Humana, and Anthem. To sign up for the weekly email brief, click here. Other briefs include: Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Tufts Health Plan have signed a definitive agreement to merge. Humana files…
 
Dr. Samitt is the President & CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of MN and its parent company, Stella. He came to Blue Cross in July 2018 from Anthem, Inc., where he served as EVP and President of Anthem’s Diversified Business Group, and as Chief Clinical Officer. Dr. Samitt has led sequential health systems transformations, previously serving as Presid…
 
In today’s Our Take read-in, “The FDA announced Tuesday that Novartis submitted the drug application for Zolgensma, the company’s novel gene therapy treatment for spinal muscular atrophy, with manipulated data. The FDA said it is assessing the matter and ‘remains confident’ that the gene therapy will continue to be available to patients.” To sign u…
 
In today’s Our Take read-in, we discuss several CMS initiatives announced last Monday. The email version of Our Take includes several important links to other final and proposed rules from CMS. To sign up for the weekly email brief, click here. Other briefs include: Pfizer signed a definitive agreement to merge its Upjohn division with Mylan. HHS i…
 
In today’s Our Take read-in, we discuss a bipartisan bill to lower drug prices that cleared a Senate committee. On Thursday, the Senate Finance Committee voted 19-9 to advance a bill proposed by Sens. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Ron Wyden, D-Ore., that includes numerous provisions to lower drug prices. The bill, called the Prescription Drug Pricing…
 
In this week’s episode, John sits with military psychologist Dr. Julie Kinn to talk about the latest behavioral health mobile apps and online resources developed by the Defense Health Agency (DHA). Dr. Kinn discusses how DHA’s technology combats the stigma present around behavioral health issues so that both veterans and civilians are more inclined…
 
In this week’s episode, we focus on Intermountain Healthcare’s announcement that it has formed a “comprehensive health platform company focused on elevating value-based care capabilities.” The new organization, named Castell, will be led by Rajesh Shrestha as president and CEO. Shrestha will continue to serve as vice president and chief operating o…
 
Last Tuesday, three judges from the federal appeals court in New Orleans heard oral arguments regarding the ruling made last December in Texas v. United States. The district judge overseeing the case ruled that the Affordable Care Act (ACA)’s individual mandate is unconstitutional and, therefore, the entire ACA must be overturned. This week’s Our T…
 
CMS’ Innovation Center has, through federal grants, helped states address specific population health needs. But what happens when entrepreneurs take healthcare improvement seriously, and are able to find innovative ways to align partnerships to effect change? This week, John sits down with Craig Brammer, CEO of The Health Collaborative and Presiden…
 
Nancy Howell Agee is President and CEO of Virginia-based Carilion Clinic, an integrated health system which serves more than 1 million. Carilion Clinic includes seven hospitals which employs over 800 providers. Prior to becoming CEO in 2011, Ms. Agee service as EVP and COO. During her time as COO, she co-led Carilion’s reorganization from a collect…
 
In this week’s episode, we focus on the Supreme Court’s decision to hear arguments from health insurers, who claim $12.3 billion in losses after the federal government reneged on payments owed to certain payers under provisions in the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Business leaders, including the Chamber of Commerce, had urged the court to review an ap…
 
Why are integrated health systems and academic medical centers increasing their focus on international medicine? What lessons can we learn from our colleagues abroad? Find out this week as John sits down with Dr. Heitham Hassoun, vice president and medical director for Cedars-Sinai International Health and Telemedicine. Speaker Bios Heitham Hassoun…
 
In this week’s episode, John shares some of the results from our fifth annual ACO Executive Survey. Results discussed include: ACO priorities 2019 initiatives Operational issues Factors affecting quality and cost Electronic health record interoperability Partnering activity About Darwin Research Group Darwin Research Group Inc. provides advanced ma…
 
In this week’s episode, John reviews some of the lessons learned from ExL’s 13th Partnering with ACOs & IDNs Summit, which took place in Boston, June 10-11. Briefs include: Anthem signed a definitive agreement to acquire Beacon Health Options. Washington state proposal to pay for hepatitis C drugs using a “subscription” model approved by CMS. Penn …
 
This week, John sits down with Brett McClain, chief operating officer for Dignity Health’s St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, where he recently oversaw the launch of Dignity’s systemwide specialty pharmacy. Brett speaks to the development of the specialty pharmacy through a strategic partnership, how pharma engages with his health system, th…
 
In this week’s episode, John reviews CVS’ move to expand its HealthHub stores to 1,500 by the end of 2021. HealthHub stores have expanded space for health-related products and larger health clinics with a lab for blood testing and screening. They also have a general wellness room used for yoga classes and educational events. We also have our first …
 
In this week’s episode, John reviews Novartis’ new gene therapy for spinal muscular atrophy, priced at more than $2.1 million. ICER, a nonprofit research institute that evaluates the cost effectiveness of pharmaceuticals, said Novartis’ price is within the upper bound of the organization’s value-based price benchmark range. Briefs include: A broad …
 
This week, John sits down with Dr. David Radley, senior scientist for The Commonwealth Fund, and Dr. Trafford Crump, assistant professor at the University of Calgary. Trafford and Dave welcomed John to Dartmouth’s PhD program in health economics and clinical epidemiology back in 2005, and have remained good friends ever since. In this episode, they…
 
In this week’s episode, John talks about the latest bombshell lawsuit filed by 44 states accusing Teva and other generic drugmakers of price fixing. Other briefs include: A house bill introduced to address surprise medical billing. CMS’ guidance designed to eliminate spread pricing. Advent International to acquire AccentCare. Civica Rx announces fi…
 
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