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American Healthcare Entrepreneurs and Execs you might want to know. Talking. Relentless Health Value is a weekly interview podcast hosted by Stacey Richter, a healthcare entrepreneur celebrating fifteen years in the business side of healthcare. This show is for leaders in pharma, devices, payers, providers, patient advocacy and healthcare business. It's for health industry innovators, entrepreneurs or wantrepreneurs or intrapreneurs. Relentless Healthcare Value is the show for you if you wan ...
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A top podcast for healthcare leaders, with over one million downloads, Radio Advisory is your weekly download on how to untangle the industry's most pressing challenges to help leaders like you make the best business decisions for your organization. From unpacking major trends in care delivery—like site-of-care shifts and the rise of high-cost drugs—to demystifying stakeholder dynamics, to shining a spotlight on priorities that may get overlooked, we're here to help. Our hosts and seasoned r ...
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The healthcare industry has been rocked by the pandemic and thrown headfirst into a new era of technological and therapeutic revolution. Yet, in the midst of all this change and uncertainty, healthcare leaders are expected not just to survive, but actually drive value for their organizations, patients, and communities. The problem is, “driving valu…
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Meet Amy Weinland Daughters, an award-winning author and keynote speaker, who joins Bill and Jackie to chat about the powerful impact of handwritten letters in the digital age. Amy shares her unique journey of reconnecting with an old friend, leading to an inspiring project of writing 580 letters to her Facebook friends. Learn about the transformat…
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In Episode 444 of Relentless Health Value, Stacey Richter speaks with healthcare consultant Ann Kempski about two state healthcare laws with unintended consequences: the Certificate of Need (CON) and the Certificate of Public Advantage (COPA) laws. They delve into the original intentions behind these laws, the ways in which they have often failed, …
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In recent years, we’ve seen large retailers like CVS, Walgreens, Walmart, and even Amazon add to their care delivery portfolios, specifically through offering low-acuity primary care services. But it seems like the tide may be shifting. In April, Walmart announced that it’s shuttering its primary care operations and virtual care arm—and it’s not th…
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Chris Mamula, a former physical therapist who achieved early retirement at 41, shares his journey from financial mistakes to becoming a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and a prominent voice in the FIRE movement. Discover practical tips on budgeting, saving during peak earning years, and utilizing retirement calculators. Chris, Bill, and Jackie ch…
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To read the full show notes with links mentioned, be sure to visit our episode page and consider signing up for our free weekly newsletter. Episode 443 of Relentless Health Value pays tribute to the late Marshall Allen, an investigative journalist dedicated to exposing injustices within the American healthcare system. Hosted by Stacey Richter, the …
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Here is the second half of Bill and Jackie’s conversation with Mindy and Scott on the BiggerPockets Money Podcast. They dig into the practical steps on how to start your financial journey as a late-starter. Enjoy! 🔗 Connect with us Buy CUtFI a coffee Record a message for CUtFI Thank you to our sponsors: Personal Finance Club (Use code CUTOFI to get…
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Radio Advisory first started production in April 2020 to deliver timely, critical messages to healthcare professionals navigating the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic. Four years, 200+ episodes, and one million downloads later, Radio Advisory continues to bring insightful conversations and valuable insights to listeners passionate about driving …
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Tae Kim, also known as the Financial Tortoise online, is a former U.S. Army captain, MBA graduate, and finance director turned successful personal finance YouTuber. He shares his journey from being $105,000 in student debt to achieving financial security and discovering the Financial Independence movement. Tae chats with Bill and Jackie about his e…
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In Episode 442 of 'Relentless Health Value,' host Stacey Richter shares an intriguing outtake from a previous episode featuring Andreas Mang, senior managing director at Blackstone, discussing the critical issue of cost management in oncology side effect treatment. The conversation delves into the inefficiencies and patient harms caused by inadequa…
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Bill and Jackie were invited to join Mindy and Scott on the BiggerPockets Money podcast to go through a step-by-step process of how to get started on the path to financial independence as a late-starter, a topic highly relevant to their audience. Take a listen to this week's part one and then tune in next week for part two! 🔗 Connect with us Buy CU…
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Generative AI is one of the most widely discussed topics in the industry today. There is continued excitement, mounting anxiety, and dozens of questions for health leaders to answer. While the healthcare industry has been working tirelessly to adapt to the almost unbelievable rate of change, many organizations struggle with how to ethically impleme…
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Meet Aaron Thomas, an attorney, founder of Prenups.com, and author of the book "The Prenup Prescription." In perfect time for wedding season, Aaron chats with Bill and Jackie about how a proper prenup can not only protect but improve your relationship. As a former divorce attorney who helped hundreds of clients secure favorable settlements, Aaron s…
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To read the full article with show notes, mentioned links and a full transcript, visit relentlesshealthvalue.com In this episode, Abby Burns from Radio Advisory interviews Stacey Richter, host of the Relentless Health Value podcast, during the Raising the Bar Value Summit. They discuss the complexities of defining and creating value in healthcare, …
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Today we're rerunning our episode with Jonathan Clements who is a dear personal friend and a friend of our community. He recently posted on his blog, HumbleDollar, about his final lap around the sun yesterday. Let’s send him our love. 🔗 Connect with us Buy CUtFI a coffee Record a message for CUtFI Thank you to our sponsors: Personal Finance Club (U…
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Kyle Landis-Marinello is a practicing attorney specializing in environmental and energy law. Bill and Jackie dive deep with Kyle into topics such as socially responsible investing, student loan forgiveness, and his book, Personal Finance and Investing: How Anyone can Make More, Spend Less, and Invest Wisely. We also learn about Kyle’s unique financ…
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In Episode 440 of 'Relentless Health Value,' host Stacey Richter engages with David Muhlestein to explore the optimal size for a medical practice, concluding that 10 to 20 physicians supported by a capable team provide the best balance of economies of scale and community integration. The conversation transitions into the challenges large healthcare…
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The rise of generative AI has impacted healthcare in many ways – one of which is that it’s pushing Big Tech toward becoming not just a relevant, but a central player in the industry. And when we’re talking Big Tech, we have to include Google. Google’s activity in healthcare has been turbulent since it entered the space nearly two decades ago, but i…
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Meet the dynamic duo, Alan and Katie Donegan! The Donegans, known for their Rebel Finance School and Rebel Business School, share their insights on living an extraordinary life, both financially and personally. From defining what “extraordinary” means on an individual level to the importance of financial independence and entrepreneurship, Alan and …
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In Episode 439 of 'Relentlessly Seeking Value,' host Stacey Richter discusses the convoluted issues surrounding generic drug pricing with pharmacy consultant Luke Slindee. To read the full article and show notes with links mentioned as well as a full transcript, click here. They delve into the ways traditional Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) explo…
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So far in our series on bespoke care and innovation, we’ve delved into the future of cancer care and the opportunities for equity in precision medicine. But we can’t conclude our series without talking about one of the most exciting developments in the field: cell and gene therapies. We’ve talked about these therapies on the pod before—but like eve…
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Donna Peterson is a retired supervisory special agent and joins Bill and Jackie to cover the essential topic of internet and financial security. Drawing from her extensive background in combating cybercrime with the FBI, Donna shares her expert advice on how to secure personal and financial information against common hacks, the importance of two-fa…
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In this episode of Relentless Health Value we dive into the concept of Cognitive Dissonance in the healthcare industry with Dr. John Lee, an ER physician and chief medical information officer. We explore how healthcare professionals navigate the conflict between their beliefs and actions, especially in large healthcare organizations. Dr. Lee shares…
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It's no secret that healthcare is becoming more and more personalized – or “bespoke” – as increasingly sophisticated diagnostics and therapeutics continue to explode into the market. This vast pipeline is redefining the industry in several ways—but there is real risk associated if the stakeholders responsible for developing, delivering, and paying …
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Christine Benz is the Director of Personal Finance and Retirement Planning at Morningstar. Christine shares her extensive insights into retirement planning, emphasizing the flexibility and adaptability of the 4 percent guideline over the rigid 4 percent rule. She discusses the value of variable withdrawal strategies, the importance of personalizing…
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The Unseen Influence of the RUC on Healthcare This episode of 'Relentless Health Value' features a discussion with Brian Klepper, a healthcare analyst and former CEO of the National Business Coalition on Health, about the powerful yet obscure RUC (RBRVS Update Committee) and its significant impact on the economics of primary care and the broader he…
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There has been a lot of change in the oncology space in the last few years. These changes have brought new pressures, like workforce strain, increased competition, rising spend, and more. While many leaders are worried about the "right now," it is crucial to consider how you can best position yourself for the future of cancer care. That's why, in t…
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In part 2, Jeff York continues his discussion with Bill and Jackie about the financial importance of amicable divorces, the nitty gritty on his investments, and how he was able to "graduate" on his modest salary. The three also dive deep into Jeff's unique lifestyle, the necessity of personal health before and after retirement, and the rewarding na…
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In this episode of Relentless Health Value we follow up on the topic of employer inertia discussed with Lauren Vela in episode 406, turning our focus to third-party administrators (TPAs), administrative services only (ASOs), and health plans. Elizabeth Mitchell from the Purchaser Business Group on Health (PBGH) joins us to discuss the roles of TPAs…
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In this special pop up episode, Bill, Jackie, and special guest Amy Coroso engage in a thought-provoking discussion sparked by a controversial New York Times Magazine article about the FIRE (Financial Independence, Retire Early) movement. The three chat about the article's portrayal of diverse financial independence approaches as well as the articl…
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According to economist Jim Rebitzer and healthcare consultant Bob Rebitzer, the healthcare industry has failed in achieving what many other sectors have accomplished – improving products, while simultaneously reducing costs over time. In this episode, recorded live at The Players 2024 Championship, host Rachel (Rae) Woods invited Jim and Bob to dis…
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Jeff York is a remarkable individual whose journey from custodian to millionaire offers a wealth of inspiration and practical advice. Jeff's story breaks down conventional barriers, showcasing the power of education, financial literacy, and personal responsibility. From his unique investment strategies and the importance of health to his experience…
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For a full transcript of this episode, click here. I’m gonna encore this episode with David Scheinker, PhD, for several reasons; but here’s a big one: Why are we as an industry not doing what David Scheinker suggests in this episode? Why are we not doing, I don’t know, kinds of logical things to reduce admin burden in this country when everyone agr…
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Radio Advisory has commemorated Nurses Week every year since we started production in April 2020. A lot has changed since the early days of the pandemic, but the reality is that we’re still grappling with a workforce crisis defined by rising burnout, turnover, and shortages. Celebrating nurses just one week out of the year will not suffice in addre…
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He’s here, Mr. Money Mustache! Also known as Pete Adeney, the financial independence OG shares his story with Bill and Jackie. From retiring at 30 and starting one of the most popular blogs in the community to the importance of choosing sustainability with your money. The three discuss some of Pete’s most impactful articles (listed below), highligh…
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Optimizing Pharmacy Benefits in Value-Based Care: A Conversation with Dan Mendelson In Episode 435 of 'Relentless Health Value,' Stacey Richter hosts Dan Mendelson from Morgan Health to discuss the importance of integrating pharmacy benefits into the broader context of value-based care. The conversation stems from a LinkedIn post by Mendelson outli…
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As healthcare leaders continue to contend with workforce shortages, technological shifts, and fragile financials it can be hard to predict what the future looks like for their organizations and the transformation that needs to happen to improve healthcare for all. In this episode, host Rachel (Rae) Woods invites the 24th Secretary of the U.S. Depar…
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In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, Tim Ranzetta, co-founder of NextGen Personal Finance, chats with Bill and Jackie on the transformative power of teaching personal finance to students. Discussing stats, stories, and strategies, this episode covers everything from the ripple effects of financial literacy to state-level advocacy for require…
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Five Surprising Facts About Bundled Payments in Healthcare In Episode 434 of 'Relentless Health Value,' host Stacey Richter interviews Dr. Ben Schwartz, an orthopedic surgeon and prolific writer, about bundled payments in the healthcare industry. The discussion focuses on four key surprises related to bundled payments: the all-encompassing nature o…
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