A practical podcast on the business of healthcare w/ hosts Don Lee and Shahid Shah. The premise behind #HCBiz is that we can't "just innovate". Sure, you may have a great idea, an all-star team and execute flawlessly, but if you don't understand the complex dynamics of the healthcare business you'll never get traction. We'll identify the issues that impede change, explain why they exist and find ways to work with them, through them, or around them. In short, we'll help you create space for innovation in healthcare through technology (HealthIT | HIT | Digital Health) and workflow. We'll also explore health policy, administration and the psychology behind it all. Finally, we help you align your ideas to business incentives, market them to healthcare leaders and get the sale.
Check out all of our podcasts, videos and blog posts here: http://thehcbiz.com/
Produced by Glide Health IT LLC in partnership with Netspective Media.
Direct Contracting: It’s Coming Fast and Will Have a Big Impact on Medicare-fee-for-service w/ Gail Zahtz
The CMS Direct Contracting model has the potential to impact all Medicare fee-for-service patients and doctors in the very near-term (especially in the 10 "Geo" regions). We explain what Direct Contracting is, how it will impact patients and providers, and what doctors should do right now to ensure they are best positioned for 1/1/2022.
Reimagining Public Health Data w/ Prashant Natarajan
The current state of our public health data infrastructure, how the COVID-19 pandemic exposed our weaknesses, and opportunities for improvement. Plus use cases for AI and the importance of story-telling.
Deferred Care and Lower Risk Scores Could Reduce Medicare Advantage Payments in 2021 w/ Dr. Matt Lambert
Medicare Advantage plans may be looking at both a sicker population and reduced payments in 2021. Dr. Matt Lambert shares strategies for weathering the storm.
How Will Patients Securely Connect 3rd Party Apps To Their Data Once Patient Access Rules Kick In? from Health Data Unbound
How can health plans protect their members from fraudulent healthcare apps and bad actors? And how can they ensure 3rd party apps are helpful to their members?
Selling to Health Plans from the Digital Health Growth Summit
Learn about the digital health technologies that health plans are interested in and how digital health startups can get health plan executives to buy the technologies they’re building.
Shifting Healthcare's Culture Toward Openness and Experimentation with Red Hat's Paul Jones
What if healthcare went from a culture of consensus and permission to one of openness and experimentation? We explore that plus open-source software, selling in healthcare, data governance, data quality, and even a little bit of FHIR.