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3 inquisitive millennials who don’t get why healthcare is sooo broken. Many incredible healthcare leaders trying to fix it. 1 podcast. Join your hosts, Abby Mathis, Michelle Messing, and Daniel Kim, as they dive into the complexities of the American healthcare system and learn about what folks are doing to #makeitmakesense.

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3 inquisitive millennials who don’t get why healthcare is sooo broken. Many incredible healthcare leaders trying to fix it. 1 podcast. Join your hosts, Abby Mathis, Michelle Messing, and Daniel Kim, as they dive into the complexities of the American healthcare system and learn about what folks are doing to #makeitmakesense.

    Chris Waugh: Patient Experience Makes No Sense

    Chris Waugh: Patient Experience Makes No Sense

    If healthcare starts and ends with the patient, why is the patient experience becoming more about tech than humanity?

    It makes no sense!

    That's why in this episode, we talk to Chris Waugh, the Chief Design and Innovation Officer at Sutter Health.
    We’re hoping to learn more about the use of human-centered design within healthcare in an effort to make healthcare more human.
    From working with specialized bikes to his tenure at the global design-firm IDEO, Chris helps us break down his work at Sutter to evolve and meet the needs of its patients, and tackle why the patient experience makes no sense.

    • 30 min
    Charlotte Ipsan: Healthcare Representation Makes No Sense

    Charlotte Ipsan: Healthcare Representation Makes No Sense

    If healthcare is for all, why is our leadership lacking diversity?
    How can we create change if we don't bring more representation to the table?

    It makes no sense!

    In this episode, we talk to Charlotte Ipsan, the Chief Administrative Officer at Norton Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky. Charlotte also has over 30 years’ of experience in maternal, women’s and pediatric health care, so we wanted her take from both the administrative and clinical side of why Healthcare Makes No Sense. We’ll dive into her shift from nursing to leadership, the challenges and inequities she has faced throughout her career, and how to encourage more female leaders in a typically male dominated C-Suite.

    • 33 min
    Jaqueline Herd & Katie Boston-Leary: Nurse Sustainability Makes No Sense

    Jaqueline Herd & Katie Boston-Leary: Nurse Sustainability Makes No Sense

    If nurses are the largest workforce in healthcare, why do we have such a shortage of them?
    Is it simply unsustainable salaries and burnout? Or does it go as deep as the core of nurse education and the cracks within healthcare itself? 
    It makes no sense!
    In this episode, we talk to Katie Boston-Leary and Jackie Herd, two very accomplished nursing leaders who are working toward making the nursing profession more sustainable. We tap into their world, as we explore education, hiring and legislative aspects to grasp why the nursing workforce makes no sense.

    • 41 min
    Steve Miff: Access to Care Makes No Sense

    Steve Miff: Access to Care Makes No Sense

    For most hospitals + health systems, care seems to stop after the patient leaves the hospital. Even with all of the healthcare data and information tracking on patients, we are still unable to meet patients where they are. How can we have all of this data, but still lack the means to provide better access to care?
    In this episode, we’ll dive into Steve’s rich history beginning with his immigration from Romania, and how his work at PCCI works to address the needs of North Texas’ vulnerable populations, their partnership with safety net providers and building connected communities of care.

    • 38 min
    Pothik Chatterjee: Healthcare Start-Ups Make No Sense

    Pothik Chatterjee: Healthcare Start-Ups Make No Sense

    Healthcare has been very slow to innovate and is in need of some fresh ideas, but the industry has many regulations and standards that make it hard to do so. Even with all of this start-up energy in healthcare, the practices are still too convoluted and difficult for start-ups to reach broad adoption. 
    Enter Pothik Chatterjee, AVP of Innovation at LifeBridge Health and Executive Sponsor at 1501 Health. He and his team have a unique approach of having providers and payers work together in this "payvider" model and has brought much needed change to the industry. They have managed to pilot and foster the growth of many start-ups within this difficult environment such as Live Chair Health, Baby Life, and Even Health's Cabana.
    With his brilliant mind and expertise, maybe he can help us #makeitmakesense.

    • 36 min
    Connie Savor Price: Staffing + Burnout Makes No Sense

    Connie Savor Price: Staffing + Burnout Makes No Sense

    Staffing and burnout has been a big issue affecting the healthcare industry. We're still not sure why it's such a headache almost two years into the pandemic, but good thing we are joined by the charming and brilliant Connie Savor Price to help us #makeitmakesense.
    As the CMO of Denver Health, she is no stranger to the difficulties of staffing and the weight of burnout. And as the Professor of Medicine (Infectious Diseases) at University of Colorado, she has expert knowledge on the effects that COVID has on the industry.
    Maybe with her guidance we can understand how she is handling this ongoing dilemma.

    • 33 min

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