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Managing health extends beyond hospital doors. In an age where technology innovations are king, providers and patients are all asking the same question, "Why is this so hard!?". Until it's Fixed tackles the current problems, tough questions and highlights how health care technology is reshaping the health care system.
 
Do you want to create a healthcare organization that strives for zero harm through principles-based leadership, Lean practices, and real-time, root-cause problem solving? We share conversations with Value Capture advisors, clients, and thought leaders, exploring how to create “habitual excellence” (a phrase coined by Value Capture’s founder Paul O’Neill) by engaging everybody in creating a culture of safety - and learning. Lead your teams to the theoretical limits of perfect for staff safety ...
 
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Early in Dr. Rahul Rajkumar’s career, he wondered how he could help improve health outcomes at a population level. An interest in public policy led him to the realization that, at least in the U.S., the financing mechanisms of the health care industry are “the main lever” that we have to this end. The question of how these mechanisms should (or cou…
 
Mentioned in this episode: https://www.prepaclinic.com https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/where-the-white-coats-come-off/id1568900250 https://prepaclinic.com/?product=book-secrets-tips-tactics-everything-you-need-to-know-to-get-accepted-into-pa-schoolBy Dr. Katie Bean, Dr. Beth Macintire, Shiv Gaglani
 
Dr. Donna Lamb wanted to be a surgeon growing up, but coming from a poor family in which no one had been to college, she was routed into becoming a nurse instead. Today, she leads the National Resident Matching Program which oversees The Match, a high-stakes step in the educational journey of physicians. On this episode of Raise the Line with host …
 
Show notes: https://www.valuecapturellc.com/he55 Welcome to Episode #55 of Habitual Excellence, presented by Value Capture. In today's episode, our guest is Lisa Beckwith, a Senior Advisor with Value Capture. In this episode, Lisa explains the two Shingo Guiding Principles, "Respect Every Individual" and "Focus on Process," and the relationship bet…
 
Nearly half of U.S. adults work as unpaid caregivers, but the essential contribution they make is undervalued, and even often unacknowledged, by employers and healthcare professionals. Alexandra Drane could not abide this, so she co-founded ARCHANGELS, an organization dedicated to supporting and honoring the unpaid caregivers among us. As she tells…
 
Highlights Introduction | The episode begins with a short explanation of what clinicogenomics is and how that relates to our DNA, along with the impact of rare diseases in the United States. 04:42 Roundtable | Allison Pullins and Dr. Ashley Brenton | Callie, Allison and Dr. Brenton talk about what life is like when a family member has a rare diseas…
 
Before he died, Saeju Jeong's father, an esteemed doctor in South Korea, passed down a question for his son to consider: "Why is healthcare overly-optimized for sick care management?" “My father encouraged me to think about how I can do something great for the community,” explains Jeong. Tune in to this episode of Raise the Line to hear how Jeong's…
 
As it trains technicians and medical professionals, many of whom go into healthcare, California’s San Joaquin Valley College focuses on the practical skills necessary to forge a successful career. But in the dramatically new context of the pandemic, the school’s leadership -- including President Nick Gomez and Provost Sumer Avila -- had to reimagin…
 
Welcome to Episode #54 of Habitual Excellence, presented by Value Capture. Show notes, video, and more: : https://www.valuecapturellc.com/he54 In today's episode, our guest is Scott Saxton, Assistant Vce President of Continuous Improvement at Intermountain Healthcare. Scott started his career in manufacturing, at an outstanding company and Lean exe…
 
“There's health equity concerns in everything,” observes Geoffrey Roche, from organ donation, to clinical care, to access of care, to quality of care. “I think everyone within healthcare needs to pay attention and be mindful of what they can do to fix that.” Join host Dr. Rishi Desai on this episode of Raise the Line as he speaks with Roche about w…
 
To train flexible nurses, Dr. Lisa Urban has found, you need to be a flexible educator. As Associate Chief Nursing Administrator at Southern New Hampshire University, Dr. Urban has helped reorient the curriculum and structure of the school’s nursing programs to accommodate students and the forever-changed world of healthcare they will soon be enter…
 
Show notes: https://valuecapturellc.com/he53 Welcome to Episode #53 of Habitual Excellence, presented by Value Capture. In today's episode, our guest is Bill Boyd, a Senior Advisor with Value Capture. He was previously our guest in Episode 32 of the podcast, talking about “Improving in an Experimental Way; A3, PDSA, Kata, and More." Bill also has a…
 
“My superpower is asking questions, and that's pretty good training for just about anything,” says Raise the Line guest Esther Dyson. She has decades of experience as an advisor to and investor in companies in a wide range of sectors -- from education, to healthcare, to information technology. Her current focus is Welville, an organization she foun…
 
“What makes me successful? My simple answer is, 'I tried.'” Today's guest, first-generation entrepreneur Ashwin Damera, seems to embody the humility he advises to others. His personal motto? “Life is to give.” Damera's startup online education company Eruditus/Emeritus partners with top-tier universities such as MIT, Harvard, Cambridge, and Columbi…
 
Audio from a webinar that was presented on October 12, 2021 Presented by Cooper Linton Associate Vice President, Duke HomeCare & Hospice Learning Objectives In this webinar, you will learn practical lessons that can be applied to any setting, not just home care: The fundamentals that guided the Lean journey at Duke HomeCare & Hospice Why committing…
 
Growing up in the Philippines, Dr. Emerson Ea’s dreams of becoming a doctor were dashed by the high cost of education. He studied nursing instead, and realized the work was more than just a science—it was an art. “That was quite a revelation,” he tells host Dr. Rishi Desai, and now he can’t imagine another path. Beyond decades of clinical work, Dr.…
 
Ten years after taking his first opiate-based painkiller after dental surgery, today's guest, Dr. Richard Morgan, was arrested for conspiracy to distribute oxycodone and ultimately spent nine years in prison. “You start to do things that you can't believe you're capable of,” Dr. Morgan says, recalling the progression of his substance use disorder. …
 
A fascination with data drew Dr. Brian Caveney to Labcorp, a lab testing and research company which has processed more than 50 million COVID-19 tests and runs more than half a billion medical tests per year around the world. For Caveney, all of that data provides opportunities for insights into how the healthcare industry can improve. As Chief Medi…
 
Show notes: https://www.valuecapturellc.com/he52 Welcome to Episode #52 of Habitual Excellence, presented by Value Capture. In today's episode, our guest is Patrick Conway, M.D. who became CEO of Care Solutions at Optum in June 2020. Prior to that, Patrick served as a senior executive in residence at United Health Group and Optum. From 2017-2019, h…
 
In the ongoing effort to increase diversity in the healthcare workforce, Dr. David Lenihan believes one key factor is being overlooked: medical school admission policies that prevent a broad enough pool of applicants from being considered. That’s why, when he was Dean of Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine in New York, “we pivoted hard.” Mindful …
 
Highlights Introduction | Callie Chamberlain kicks off the episode with some background on health literacy – the ability of patients to access, understand and use medical information to make health care decisions. 1:57 Interview: Lambert van der Walde | Lambert van der Walde, who lead the publication of the UnitedHealth Group health literacy resear…
 
Helping to lead one of the nation’s most prestigious medical schools is a challenge at any time, but Dr. Vineet Arora is stepping into that role when the fight against COVID is far from over. Although her work as Dean for Medical Education at The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine is new, she is no stranger to Pritzker having served …
 
To his father’s occasional befuddlement, Dr. Zeke Emanuel’s prolific, eclectic, and high-profile career in medicine, academia, and government has been driven less by strategy than basic curiosity: “I do what interests me at the moment,” he tells host Dr. Rishi Desai. The impulse has at times put him at odds with the conventional wisdom, whether it …
 
Highlights Introduction | Callie and Stacey open up the topic of physical access to medical care and provide background information on the state of health care access challenges in the U.S. 01:28 Roundtable: Overview of local access | Dr. Cooper, Megan Callahan and Callie dig into transportation as a social determinant of our health and the role Ly…
 
Oncologist, CEO of Grupo IOV Show notes: https://www.valuecapturellc.com/HE51 In today's episode, we're joined by Carlos Frederico (“Fred”) Pinto, MD, MA. He's an oncologist and he's the CEO of Groupo, IOV, an oncology group of caregivers in Brazil. I've seen him speak at conferences in the U.S. and Brazil, and he always has something insightful to…
 
“If you want to reach marginalized populations in general, but in healthcare as well, you've got to build a bridge based on trust,” says Dr. David Carlisle whose mission, as leader of Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science, is to train people from underserved communities to return home to provide healthcare. From Carlisle’s perspective,…
 
“The issue of prevention needs to be pushed harder,” Dr. Johannes Vieweg asserts, drawing from his experience growing up in Europe. Smart growth and smart leadership are two of Dr. Vieweg's favorite topics, and ones that he knows a thing or two about through his work founding a new medical school and training the next generation of healthcare leade…
 
Discovering your ancestry through a DNA saliva test is commonplace and very popular today, but when 23andMe started offering the service to consumers in 2007, it was breaking new ground. “We started 23andMe with this mentality of being an activist brand. I want to empower people with their own genome. Then I want to empower people to essentially co…
 
"Please don't ever forget why you are becoming a nurse," urges Bonnie Barnes of the DAISY Foundation. "Hold that in your heart always." Barnes has experienced firsthand the tremendous impact that a nurse's skillful and compassionate care can have on patients and families. In this episode of Raise the Line, join host Jannah Amiel, RN to discover how…
 
Dr. Iman Abuzeid and Rome Portlock co-founded Incredible Health after observing a disconnect: The doctors Abuzeid knew complained about understaffing at their hospitals, and yet the nurses Portlock knew complained that it could take months to get a job. “We're like, ‘Okay, this doesn't make any sense,’" Abuzeid tells host Dr. Rishi Desai. While a s…
 
Welcome to Episode #50 of Habitual Excellence, presented by Value Capture. Show notes: https://www.valuecapturellc.com/he50 In today's episode, we're joined by two guests, two leaders from Duke HomeCare and Hospice, part of Duke Health. They are Cooper Linton, Associate Vice President, and Benita Pope, Director of Hospice Services. We also have a s…
 
“I'm really proud of the global response from nurses to this pandemic. They really have stepped into a situation that is high risk, but they continue to care in the most difficult situations,” says Elizabeth Iro, a lifetime nurse and midwife who was appointed Chief Nursing Officer of the World Health Organization in 2017. Her arrival marked a new f…
 
Highlights Introduction | Stacey Dove sets the groundwork with an overview of the challenges facing teenagers when it comes to mental health and getting support. 02:54 Roundtable introduction | Drs. Potter, Stevens and Benhalim introduce themselves and share their background in adolescent mental health and their perspectives from working with child…
 
“I don't want doctors to get ripped off. They are wonderful people dedicated to healing the sick and injured, and they're getting taken advantage of way too often,” says emergency physician James Dahle. His own series of bad experiences with financial advice prompted a flurry of self-education, and he decided to make a business out of sharing what …
 
“It is the nature of our profession to be flexible, because our roles can change,” explains longtime PA and educator Dr. Kevin Lohenry. Physician assistants have had the chance to showcase that flexibility during the pandemic, quickly adjusting and moving into COVID-related roles like ICU support and vaccine efforts. In this episode of Raise the Li…
 
Highlights • Introduction | Stacey and Callie welcome listeners back and tee up the return to a topic from Episode 1—digital access to health care services. • 05:06 Roundtable part 1 | Ty and Rae from Advisory Board join the hosts to discuss the scope of digital inequity: much more than just internet access, the term encompasses digital literacy, c…
 
CEO of Value Capture Show notes: https://www.valuecapturellc.com/he49 Welcome to Episode #49 of Habitual Excellence, presented by Value Capture. Today's episode is another video essay from Ken Segel, the CEO of Value Capture. In his last video, Ken talked about the importance of the “Shingo Principles,” starting with “Create Constancy of Purpose.” …
 
“I don't see a scientific way of saying that one fine day COVID-19 will vanish. We'll have to learn to manage life alongside infectious diseases, whether it's COVID-19 or something else,” says Varun Khanna. As a leader of one of Indonesia’s largest hospital systems, Khanna is currently engulfed with managing the present surge there, but he’s giving…
 
After being thrust into a caregiving role for her elderly grandmother after college, Bianca Padilla was shocked to discover how little support there was for family caregivers -- especially since relatives with no medical experience make up 90% of all senior care. She and her now-husband, Jonathan Magolnick, conceptualized Carewell on their first da…
 
“We have the ability within our profession to quickly pivot in our educational programs because of their short-term nature. We can set the competency and quickly change curriculum,” says Christina Robohm, Regional Dean at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. And that’s just what is happening during COVID as administrators and students adju…
 
“Question everything,” advises Dr. Hanadi Hamadi to future healthcare professionals, but “always remember your lines and your boundaries, your mental health.” In this episode of Raise the Line, Dr. Hamadi joins her colleague at Brooks College of Health Dr. Shyam Paryani and Osmosis' Shiv Gaglani to discuss current trends and recent happenings in he…
 
Director of performance excellence at Legacy Health Show notes and links: https://www.valuecapturellc.com/he48 Our guest today is Samuel Ashby, director of performance excellence at Legacy Health, an organization that Value Capture is pleased to work with and support. Samuel is a certified Toyota Production System leader with twenty five years of L…
 
“Leadership is a science, just like medicine, and there are theories and facts and best practices in leadership that we know work. If you understand them, then you can become a better leader,” says Dr. John Tomkowiak, who has had many opportunities to lead in his long career in medical education. Among the best practices he brought to his current r…
 
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