The Becker's Digital Health + Health IT Podcast is the definitive podcast for the people, innovations and technology driving healthcare forward. New 15-minute episodes are released daily with the latest breakthroughs, expert interviews and ahead-of-the-curve ideas for and from the people leading healthcare organizations.
Revolutionizing Surgery: Navigating the Digital Frontier with Dr. Brian Miller, Chief Digital Officer of Intuitive
Welcome to a groundbreaking episode of Becker’s Healthcare Podcast, recorded on November 17, 2023. Join host Scott Becker as he sits down with Dr. Brian Miller, Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer at Intuitive. In this compelling conversation, Dr. Miller delves into Intuitive's digital principles, emphasizing trust and transparency as the foundation of their decision-making and design choices. Discover how Intuitive is shaping the future of surgery by focusing on reducing complications, minimizing training variabilities, and enhancing the efficiency of RAS programs. Gain insights into real-world value with a case study featuring Adventist Health Simi Valley, where digital solutions propelled their RAS program from 38% to 45% market share in just three years. Dr. Miller also explores the challenges of interoperability and identifying true value in the digital space, providing a roadmap for hospitals and health systems. Tune in to learn why executives should invest in AI and ML for surgeon skill improvement and what the future holds for reducing complications during surgery using Objective Performance Indicators. Don't miss this episode as Dr. Brian Miller shares his passion for responsibly using data to predict the best care pathways for optimal patient outcomes and the exciting advancements on the horizon.This episode is sponsored by Intuitive (https://www.intuitive.com/en-us).
Health IT market to grow 11%: 4 report takeaways, 2 more health systems partner with Hippocratic AI + more
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AI and Healthcare: How to Align and Optimize
In this episode we are joined by Tony Oliva, M.D., D.O., MMM, CPE, FACPE, VP and Chief Medical Officer, Nuance, a Microsoft company, as we delve into the transformative potential of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in the healthcare landscape. As healthcare leaders strive to optimize costs and enhance efficiency, their expectations and aspirations for these cutting-edge technologies have surged. We explore the key opportunities that AI and ML present for revolutionizing healthcare, from streamlining administrative tasks to augmenting clinical decision-making.This episode is sponsored by Nuance (https://www.nuance.com/index.html).
Shekar Ramanathan, Executive Director of Digital Transformation at Atlantic Health Systems
This episode recorded live at the 8th Annual Becker's HIT + DH + RCM Conference in Chicago features Shekar Ramanathan, Executive Director of Digital Transformation at Atlantic Health Systems. Here, he discusses integrating multiple technologies as a unified experience, his technology growth strategy, and more.
Randy Farmer, Chief Operating Officer at DHIN
This episode recorded live at the 8th Annual Becker's HIT + DH + RCM Conference in Chicago features Randy Farmer, Chief Operating Officer at DHIN. Here, he discusses parallels between his career in banking and now in healthcare, his growth and implementation strategy for the future, and more.
Heather Callan, the Director of Revenue Cycle Education at Advocate Health Midwest
This episode recorded live at the 8th Annual Becker's HIT + DH + RCM Conference in Chicago features Heather Callan, the Director of Revenue Cycle Education at Advocate Health Midwest. Here she discusses different technologies they use and offer, challenges they’ve faced and how they’ve overcome them, and more.
Good content but…
The audio quality isn’t great and the host’s voice is too soft and she stumbles so much in script reading. Fantastic content though.
Good content, poor delivery
The content is really good and insightful. However, the delivery is poor. The sound quality is also not very good.
Content good, delivery bad
I wish the recording is done better. The voice is so quiet I have to turn it so extremely loud and can still barely hear it. The Reading of the Script is so bad.