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Best Walgreens podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Walgreens 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 ...
 
Tired of liberals and conservatives screaming partisan talking points? We were, and so we created The Politics Guys as a sane and civil alternative. Each week, a liberal and a conservative talk *to*, not at each other, in an attempt to better understand the week in politics & policy. We're not about scoring cheap partisan points or preaching to the ideological choir. We reject the notion that people who see the world differently are either stupid or evil. Our mission is to promote a shared, ...
 
An Adweek podcast series hosted by Nadine Dietz, sharing the human side of game-changing CMOs. How did they get to the top? What rules did they have to break along the way? Who do they see as their role models? How do they inspire and grow their teams to greatness? Tune in to hear the personal success stories behind these incredible leaders.
 
Success for healthcare leaders means staying one step ahead – of healthcare news, changes and emerging strategies. Turn to Allscripts On Call for information, insights and innovations that drive change and provoke action. In each episode, we’ll highlight key challenges facing healthcare and turn to industry leaders to discuss navigating these for maximum success. Start listening today to be part of the future of healthcare.
 
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On this Friday update, Tom and Jenny talk about a trip to Walgreens they took, the origin stories of Jenny’s tattoos, and a discussion about Tom’s Japanese robot collection. Audio version: https://ia601409.us.archive.org/15/items/sidetracks11audio/Sidetracks11_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume Th…
 
It’s Wednesday, April Fool’s Day, 2020, but we wouldn’t play a prank on you guys. Instead we’re doing our regular daily update, talking about Jenny’s newest board games, some articles she was reading about the underlying causes of serial killing, and the ways that she and Tom deal with stress in these uncertain times. Audio version: https://ia60140…
 
In this special episode, Allscripts Ambulatory leader Leah Jones discusses the challenges physician practices face during a nationwide shift to value-based care. Learn how to identify financial and care gaps, and find where your organization can use the support of an expertise partner to achieve the best possible financial and clinical outcomes. To…
 
It’s Tuesday! If you need some cheering up after listening to our Jeffrey Dahmer show, listen to us ramble about working at home, the sociology of English people, and the apparent goat takeover of Llandudno, Wales. Audio version: https://ia601402.us.archive.org/20/items/sidetracks15audio/Sidetracks15_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on I…
 
On this distasteful installment, Tom and Jenny are once again tackling a tale of an infamous Wisconsin wackjob…serial killer, rapist, necrophile, and cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer. Though a seemingly normal child, Jeffrey developed into one of the most depraved American murderers, dismembering his victims and keeping their body parts in his fridge, attem…
 
Hope everyone’s having as good a Monday as can be expected in this crazy universe, but if you aren’t, maybe Tom and Jenny can cheer you up with their silly shenanigans. Audio version: https://ia601503.us.archive.org/9/items/sidetracks14audio/Sidetracks14_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume Three is…
 
On this 13th installment of the Sidetracks show, Jenny gives a teaser about her next true crime book, Tom gives an update on worsening situations around the world and then pivots to talking about how crazy Brazil is, and then somehow Star Trek gets involved. Happy Sunday! Audio version: https://ia601400.us.archive.org/29/items/sidetracks13audio/Sid…
 
On this 78th installment of the Matinee, Tom and Jenny are discussing the creepy French horror series Marianne (on Netflix); the batshit crazy true crime documentary series Tiger King (also on Netflix); and the intriguing psychological/body horror flick Daniel Isn’t Real (on Shudder). Audio version: https://ia601408.us.archive.org/32/items/matinee7…
 
It’s Saturday, dear listeners, and Tom and Jenny are here once again to entertain you with discussions about murderous wrestlers, Navy SEALS, and Steven Seagal’s energy drinks. Audio version: https://ia601404.us.archive.org/5/items/sidetracks12audio/Sidetracks12_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume …
 
Mike, Jay, and Trey open the show with a discussion of the federal government’s economic response to the coronavirus pandemic - both the $2 trillion legislation passed by Congress and signed into law by President Trump as well as the Federal Reserve’s multi-trillion dollar promise to do whatever it takes to keep the economy functioning. After that,…
 
"I always joke that every start up needs a crazy Israeli," laughs Kenny about his Co-Founder, Nadav. Currently approaching its sixth month, these two former attorneys discuss everything nearly any entrepreneur can relate to! From having to share a small studio apartment, to the need to to pivot due to manufacturing & hardware issues, to waking up a…
 
On today’s trip down movie memory lane, Tom and Jenny are discussing a sorta forgotten Ridley Scott film from 1989, the Yakuza cop drama Black Rain, starring Michael Douglas. Audio version: https://ia601506.us.archive.org/17/items/movieretroblackrainfinalaudio/MovieRetro_BlackRain_FinalAudio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The F…
 
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…
 
It’s another Thursday in this darkest timeline, and Tom and Jenny are amusing themselves (and hopefully all of you) by marveling over the batshit insanity of Tiger King, expounding upon animal intelligence, and speculating as to the origins of the “woobie.” Audio version: https://ia601402.us.archive.org/9/items/sidetracks10audio/Sidetracks10_Audio.…
 
“From Beyond” by H.P. Lovecraft Published in The Fantasy Fan (June 1934) “Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment” by Nathaniel Hawthorne Published in Twice-Told Tales (1837) “The Jelly-Fish” by David H. Keller Published in Weird Tales Volume 13, Issue 1 (1929) “The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar” by Edgar Allan Poe First published in The American Review (Dec…
 
It’s Wednesday, and after a brief Baby Cookie interlude, we discuss the sad passing of Stuart Gordon, the batshit insanity of Tiger King (we’ll review the whole series on Sunday’s Matinee show), neighborhood bears, and Terminator sunglasses. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy out there! Audio version: https://ia601406.us.archive.org/4/items/…
 
By examining the four P's of experience design - people, places, platforms and processes - healthcare providers of any size can create a customized, engaging and trust-building experience for patients and staff. Cynthia Sharpe, Theme Park and Museum Principal at experience design firm ThinkWell Group, explains: What makes the best healthcare experi…
 
Tom discusses today’s trip to our closest grocery store (mostly well-stocked; they even had toilet paper!). Audio version: https://ia601505.us.archive.org/15/items/sidetracks8audio/Sidetracks8_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume Three is now available for purchase in print and ebook formats! And no…
 
In this special episode, Mike and Trey suggest reasons to feel at least potentially optimistic about the coronavirus pandemic. Their reasons for optimism cover likely outcomes, government response, and longer term ramifications. They also share some things they’ve found useful in coping with the crisis. (Such as Mike’s recommendation to fellow libe…
 
On this sleazily glamorous installment, Tom and Jenny are delving into some of the most iconic crimes and mysteries of Tinseltown, including the unsolved murder of William Desmond Taylor in 1922; the murder allegations leveled at silent-era comedian Roscoe “Fatty” Arbuckle; the purported suicide of George “Superman” Reeves; the grisly slaying of “H…
 
It’s the Monday edition of the Sidetrack, and we’re talking about how our days have gone so far, plus our appearance on the Conspirinormal Podcast, and discuss the eccentric genius of Edward Gorey. Audio version: https://ia601507.us.archive.org/21/items/sidetracks7audio/Sidetracks7_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Facel…
 
It’s a hung-over Sunday! Jenny briefly discusses adaptations of Edgar Allan Poe stories and recommends some books, like Barry Glassner’s The Culture of Fear, Paul Tremblay’s A Head Full of Ghosts, and a fiction anthology called Perverted by Language, in which all the stories are inspired by the songs of The Fall. We also recommend some bands, like …
 
On this 77th installment of the Matinee show, Tom and Jenny are discussing Netflix’s fictionalized true crime film Lost Girls (based on the Long Island Serial Killer case); the entertaining six-episode Norwegian horror/thriller anthology series Bloodride (also on Netflix); and the super fun, gory horror comedy Satanic Panic. Audio version: https://…
 
On this Saturday edition, Jenny gives a few recommendations for books she likes (including The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins, The Church of Dead Girls by Stephen Dobyns, and Strapless by Deborah Davis), and she and Tom also discuss the John Carpenter biopic of Elvis that came out in the late 70s, starring the one and only Kurt Russell. Audio ver…
 
On this special episode Trey and Ken are joined by Mike. They begin the show discussing the California lockdown, the first of its kind in the country, and the Senate Republican direct payment relief plan. Next the trio talk about the Democratic primary, focused primarily on the primary that wasn't in Ohio. They finish the show discussing social med…
 
"The next thing I know, we have a pretty full gym, but I also didn't know what the heck I was doing," laughs Jared Stein. Currently at 5 CrossFit gyms plus a 30,000 sq ft big box space (all branded WILLYB) Jared shares his experiences from starting in the trenches, searching for space, opening the first two stores, how they expanded, what was invol…
 
On today’s daily update, we reassure everyone that the country still has food, and talk about the crazy games our little Baby Cookie likes to play with rugs and lizards. Audio version: https://ia601407.us.archive.org/27/items/sidetracks4audio/Sidetracks4_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume Three is…
 
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…
 
On this installment of the Retrospective, Tom and Jenny are discussing the 2007 vampire film 30 Days of Night, based on the popular comic by Steve Niles. Thanks Rob for sending us the Blu-ray! Audio version: https://ia601407.us.archive.org/17/items/30daysofnightfinalaudio/30DaysOfNight_FinalAudio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! …
 
On the third of our daily updates, Tom and Jenny talk about their kitty Beijing, and Tom describes a VERY creepy haunted-house situation he encountered in Boston in the 1990s. Audio version: https://ia601505.us.archive.org/8/items/sidetracks3audio/Sidetracks3_Audio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! The Faceless Villain: Volume Thr…
 
“The Man Who Returned” by Edmond Hamilton Published in Weird Tales Volume 23, Issue 2 (1934) “The Disinterment” by H.P. Lovecraft & D.W. Rimel Published in The Californian Volume 3, Number 1 (1935) Audio version: https://ia601406.us.archive.org/21/items/prematureburialfinalaudio/PrematureBurial_FinalAudio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on In…
 
Jenny plugs her board and card games! Tom makes everyone hungry talking about food! Jenny rhapsodizes about hopefully getting to see Nick Cave in October! We sing the praises of our friend the Vegan Black Metal Chef and his awesome cookbook! Audio version: https://ia601505.us.archive.org/20/items/sidetracks2audio/Sidetracks2_Audio.mp3 Video version…
 
Hey, we know a lot of you guys are stuck at home just like we are, so we thought we’d start a new little thing to give y’all some extra entertainment during these trying times. Every day we’re gonna try to upload some fun, shorter videos of us just blathering on about random subjects; on this one, we’re talking about Oliver Harper’s excellent actio…
 
Mike talks with Thomas Philippon, a Professor of Finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University. Professor Philippon is a member of the Monetary Policy Advisory Panel of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and the author of the recently released book, The Great Reversal: How America Gave Up On Free Markets, which they discuss on th…
 
On this heartbreaking installment of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny are discussing four missing persons cases that were recommended to us by listeners. We tackle the Sherri Papini case, in which a woman claimed to have been abducted and then returned three weeks later; the chilling disappearance of Jennifer Kesse from the parking lot of her Orlando cond…
 
On this installment of the Matinee, Tom and Jenny are taking a look at three new movies streaming on Netflix and Shudder. The first of these is the fun, breezy Mark Wahlberg buddy cop comedy Spenser Confidential; the second is an okay but kinda convoluted serial-killer thriller from Spain titled Twin Murders: The Silence of the White City; and thir…
 
Mike and Kristin discuss the many political and policy implications of the Coronavirus pandemic. They begin with a synopsis of the past week and a review of Trump’s address and press conference, the takeaways, the stock market rebound, and their thoughts. Then, they weigh some of the deeper policy issues that this crisis has dredged up - public hea…
 
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…
 
Brad Haley, CMO of IHOP (sometimes now referred to as IHOb) is no stranger to big, bold, daring campaigns. A “cereal” restaurant marketer, as reinforced by the brand's recent product extension of cereal pancakes, Brad points to his key success factors: taking risks, his team, and having best-in-class agency partners. Indeed, the IHOb campaign was r…
 
“The Graveyard Rats” by Henry Kuttner Published in Weird Tales Volume 27, Issue 3 (1936) “The Hound” by H.P. Lovecraft Published in Weird Tales Volume 3, Issue 2 (1924) “The Mystery of Uncle Alfred” by Mindret Loeb Lord Published in Weird Tales Volume 36, Issue 2 (1941) Audio version: https://ia601504.us.archive.org/4/items/alarminganimalsfinalaudi…
 
In this special episode, hear the full conversation between Dr. Geoff Caplea (Allscripts) and three leaders from ECRI Institute. Learn about the work the organization has done in the past decades to promote patient safety. Also hear how ECRI continues to align healthcare, technology and analytics to create solutions for the future. Released for Pat…
 
On this particularly horrific installment of 13 O’Clock, Tom and Jenny are discussing a killer so infamous that he served as the inspiration for THREE iconic horror villains: Norman Bates from Psycho, Leatherface from The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, and Buffalo Bill from The Silence of the Lambs. Yep, we’re talking about Wisconsin’s own Ed Gein, a sto…
 
On the 75th installment of the Matinee show, Tom and Jenny discuss the quite decent surreal horror comedy Girl on the Third Floor (on Netflix); the fantastic, visually trippy Lovecraft adaptation Color Out of Space, starring Nicholas Cage at his very Cageyist and directed by mad genius Richard Stanley; and the arty, strange, horror sci-fi flick Rep…
 
Mike and Jay discuss the state of the Democratic primary in the aftermath of a Biden resurgence. Mike Bloomberg makes us wonder whether anyone can,in fact, buy an election and Mike and Jay give their takes on Elizabeth Warren's "sexism" comments. Then the discussion turns to the political and economic impact of the coronavirus and whether the crisi…
 
On this installment of the Retrospective, Tom and Jenny are traveling back to 1976 to discuss one of John Carpenter’s early films, the urban action flick Assault on Precinct 13. Thanks Dominic for sending us the steelbook Blu-ray of the movie! Audio version: https://ia601403.us.archive.org/5/items/movieretroassaultonprecinct13finalaudio/MovieRetro_…
 
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 …
 
Andréa Mallard, CMO of Pinterest, and Lara Balazs, CMO of Intuit, came together for our second installment of People-powered Growth Fueled by Transformative Technology. Today’s episode is on Platform Amplification, and what better expert to have joined us than Andréa Mallard. Join us all as we dive deep into what’s working, what’s not and what's po…
 
“Unhallowed Holiday” by Olga Marie Cabral Published in Weird Tales Volume 36, Number 1 (1941) “The Lake” by Reddit user CreepyColossal “Five More Minutes, Mommy” by Reddit user JoeDog93 Audio version: https://ia601502.us.archive.org/14/items/chillingchildrenfinalaudio/ChillingChildren_FinalAudio.mp3 Video version: Hey! We’re finally on Instagram! T…
 
In this final episode of our series, Dr. Lorraine Possanza shares the outcomes achieved by the ECRI Institute’s Patient Safety Organization Workgroups, and how their multi-stakeholder teams "ferret out" the most useful information from decades of safety data. The ECRI experts, including Janice Kaczmarek and Dr. Karen Schoelles, also look ahead to p…
 
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